Star Scoop: Nicole Kidman Talks Scientology, Jessica Simpson to Star in Her Own Sitcom, and Anne Hathaway Takes on Shakespeare


Nicole Kidman keeps most aspects of her life open, except one. The actress talk to The Hollywood Reporter about some of the shocking scenes in her new film The Paperboy but stayed mum for the most part on Scientology, noting that she supports the beliefs of her adopted children she shares with ex Tom Cruise [The Hollywood Reporter]

While Prince William and Kate Middleton are prepping for a visit from the stork, many are now fawning over his little brother. Town & Country just named Prince Harry as the one of the “40 Sexiest Bachelors.” We’d gladly dye our locks “Bardot blonde” for a chance at the prince’s hand! [Town & Country]

After earning a Golden Globe for her role in the epic Les Misèrables, Anne Hathaway is already brushing up on her Shakespeare. The star is set to take on an updated version of The Taming of the Shrew. Though Hathaway’s specific role in the movie has been set, we’d love to see how she taken on a rough role. Maybe there’ll be another musical number involved à la 10 Things I Hate About You. [The Wrap]

The chicest accessory seen on stars at Sundance this year will be hand sanitizer. In the wake of the flu scare across the country, the Park City Medical Center is set to hand out 5,000 free bottles of the during the film festival to help prevent the spread of germs between all of the handshaking that sure to go on over the weekend. [Vanity Fair]

After her “chicken of the sea” confusion years ago, Jessica Simpson is finally getting the chance to hit her funny bone. The Fashion Star judge announced she’ll be retunring to the small screen in a NBC sitcom based on her life and serve as an executive producer. Get ready for more giggles! [ABC News]

Get ready to mark your calendars and set your Ticketmaster alerts to stun! Rolling Stone has just released its list of 2013’s hottest tours, and there’s no shortage of star power. From Taylor Swift to the Rolling Stones, and from Lady Gaga to the Who, we’ll keep it rocking all year long [Rolling Stone]