Star Scoop: Paris Hilton Has a Good Time, Captain Phillips Takes a Toll, Jennifer Ehle Eyes Fifty


You know that little collaboration between Paris Hilton and Lil Wayne that we told you about yesterday? Well, a music video for the “Good Time” single has surfaced. [Rolling Stone]

Getting into character for his highly-anticipated role in Captain Phillips gave Tom Hanks a heap of “mental stress.” “[There's] the anger that goes along with it and the desperation and stuff like that,” he said in an exclusive for The Hollywood Reporter alongside co-star Barkhad Abdi. “You've got to start at 60 miles an hour. It takes its toll.” [The Hollywood Reporter]

On yesterday's Late Night With David Letterman, Hanks went on to reveal his diagnosis with Type 2 diabetes, something that's been attributed to his significant weight gain and weight loss for various roles. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Charlie Hunnam and Dakota Johnson just got some company on the set of Fifty Shades of GreyJennifer Ehle, veteran actress famous for her 1995 role as Elizabeth Bennett in Pride and Prejudice, has been cast as Anastasia Steele's mom in the E.L. James adaptation. [USA Today]

Following its series finale, fans of Showtime's serial killer thriller Dexter were surprised—and maybe even upset—that the title character made it out alive. According to show producer John Goldwyn, that's exactly how Showtime executives wanted it to be. “Showtime was very clear about [Dexter not being killed],” he told Vulture during the New York Film Festival. “When we told them the arc for the last season, they just said, ‘Just to be clear, he’s going to live.’” [Variety]

Fans will have to wait a little longer for The Wolf of Wall Street. The New York Film Festival cancelled its annual secret screening, which was expected to double as the premiere of Martin Scorsese's latest work. [Huffington Post]

What do HAIMThe Civil Wars, and Vampire Weekend have in common? They're all lending a little love to the most infamous prom queen ever. The three acts will join Krewella, Passion Pit, and more on the soundtrack for Carrie starringChloë Grace Moretz. [Entertainment Weekly]

If you've spent any time on the Internet lately, then you've likely come across this hilarious telekinetic coffee prank to promo the October 18 release. [Mashable]

Funny runs in Amy Poehler's family. Her brother Greg Poehler sold NBC the domestic rights to Welcome to Sweden; the successful series was the first English-language sitcom to air on Sweden's TV4. [Vulture]