Star Scoop: Maleficent is Double the Trouble, Heal Hunnam’s Heartbreak, Brad Pitt Calls Out Prankster


Angelina Jolie: actress, philanthropist, director… and tease. We’ve been speculating about her imminent departure from acting, and thought we cracked the code on Jolie’s final silver screen appearance in the upcoming Cleopatra biopic. But we could be totally wrong. While promoting Maleficent before its June 20th China debut, she told reporters, “Maybe I’ll get the chance to play her again.” [The Hollywood Reporter]

Ladies, Charlie Hunnam needs help healing from heartbreak. Though it was his decision to drop out of Hollywood’s highly-anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey adaptation, the Sons of Anarchy star now thinks it might have been a mistake. “It was definitely kind of heartbreaking having to say goodbye to that character and not bring it to life,” he said. Well… we have faith in you, Jamie Dornan. [Life and Style]

Brad Pitt: 1. Vitalli Seduik: 0. Pitt may have been the latest—and hopefully the last—celebrity on the receiving end of Seduik’s antics, but from his own account, Pitt had the upper hand. “I looked down and the nutter was trying to bury his face in my crotch, so I cracked him twice in the back of the head—not too hard—but enough to get his attention, because he did let go,” Pitt told People. No more Mr. Nice Guy. [Variety]

New Yorkers near and far will be traveling to Randall’s Island this weekend for the three-year-old Governors Ball Music Festival, headlined by Outkast, Jack White, Vampire Weekend, and The Strokes. Thanks to Amazonia Beverages, you could be among them. The Adriana Lima-backed brand is kicking off its #UrbanJungle campaign this month and giving away free tickets to the three-day festival. Hurry… you have until June 5th to win! [Governors Ball]

Sinead O’Connor is taking a cue from Sheryl Sandberg for her latest LP. Two months before releasing her 10th album, O’Connor announced that she was inspired by Sandberg’s Lean In campaign, and will rename her disc I’m Not Bossy, I’m The Boss. Hey Bey! [Rolling Stone]

Break out the box of tissues. Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort-starrer The Fault in Our Stars has made history. The heart-touching film about a teenage cancer survivor who falls in love with a cancer patient, set a record on Fandango as the highest pre-selling romantic drama in the site’s history. [Variety]