Star Scoop: Mila Kunis Crowned Sexiest Woman, Listen to Full ‘Gatsby’ Soundtrack, Kanye West’s Release Date?


FHM has crowned its sexiest woman alive, and it's none other than (drumroll please!) Mila Kunis. The ravishing Russian actress rose in rank from number nine last year to the top of this year's list, beating out River Island Rihanna at number two, Kate Upton at eight, and Taylor Swift at 12. We think this epic interview had something to do with it. [Entertainment Weekly]

Being the loving, caring, sharing GLAM that we are, we just couldn't keep this amazing treat from you. Although The Great Gatsby doesn't hit theaters until May 10th (it premiered in NYC last night with Jay-Z and Anna Wintour in attendance), you can listen to the entire album now at NPR, including the Beyoncé reboot of Amy Winehouse's “Back to Black.” [NPR]

Kanye West is quite the elusive character. So when the only tweet on his Twitter feed reads “June Eighteen,” it could only mean one thing: new music. That's our theory, at least, considering industry insiders have confirmed his sixth album is finished. [L.A. Times]

A film about former VogueParis editor Carine Roitfeld will be released in the U.S. next spring. Cohen Media Group announced that it acquired the rights to Mademoiselle C, which will debut at Cannes this year. The documentary follows the sartorial boss as she launched CR Fashion Book. Does this mean we get a behind-the-scenes look at Kate Upton and those chicks? [Deadline]

Saturday Night Live isn't the only thing bringing Kristen Wiig back. The Bridesmaids farceur is returning in a new indie project, Girl Most Likely. Originally entitled Imogene, the movie debuted at last year's Toronto International Film Festival and was picked up by Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate for distribution and a July 19th release date. [Huffington Post]

Bradley Cooper may have dropped out of Jane Has A Gun opposite Natalie Portman, but he will be starring in Steven Spielberg's new film, American Sniper. The drama, which Cooper will also produce, will tell the true story of late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the most lethal sniper in U.S. history. [Vulture]

We've smelled what The Rock was cooking since his WWE debut in 1996; fast forward to now, and he's about to get his own show on HBO. Dwayne Johnson is set to star in a dramedy pilot on the network about retired athletes living in Miami. He'll be teaming up with his Pain & Gain co-star Mark Wahlberg, who's billed as an executive producer. [The Hollywood Reporter]