Star Scoop: Meet Ant-Man, Golden Globes Firsts, Prince Parties with New Girl


He may be fresh off a Golden Globes victory, but Michael Douglas is being cut down to size for his next big gig. The Behind the Candelabra leading man has been cast as Hank Pym, a scientist who creates a shrinking serum to combat foes, in Ant-Man. Douglas will join Paul Rudd on the Marvel project. [USA Today]

Alright, alright, alright! Move over Tina Fey and Amy Poehler! Though you two are a huge reason we tuned into the 71st annual show, speeches from first-time winners like Matthew MccoughnaheyJacqueline Bisset, and yes, you Poehler, made the event that much more amazing! [Huffington Post]

Speaking of firsts, the February 2nd Super Bowl will mark such an occasion for the artist formerly, and now, known as Prince. The music icon will make his first-ever television comedy appearance on Fox's New Girl following the football frenzy. He'll star, of course, as himself. [ET Online]

Jennifer LawrenceAmy Adams, and Steve McQueen may have also taken home Golden Globe honors, but the show itself earned the biggest win of all. Sunday night's live broadcast ranked at a 10-year high with 20.9 million viewers. [Entertainment Weekly]

The Wolf of Wall Street may be based on Jordan Belfort's true story—yes, even that scene happened in real life—but a few sweeping aerial shots and landscape pans in the Martin Scorsese film were make believe. New York City-based visual effects company Brainstorm Digital demonstrates just how much of the movie was helped by—you guessed it—visual effects. [Vulture]

That new ShakiraRihanna single we told you about? It's sexy. It's infectious. It's here! [Vevo]