Star Scoop: Ryan Gosling Thinks He Can Dance, GOT Headed to a Theater Near You, Lip-Sync with J. Law


Hey girl… Ryan Gosling’s next movie could have you dancing in the street. After portraying a conflicted crime lord in Only God Forgives and a circus act-turned-bank robber in The Place Beyond the Pines, Gosling is slated for a lighter role in a biopic about famed musical director and choreographer Busby Berkeley. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Game of Thrones showrunners may have teased that the show will end after seven seasons, but series creator George R.R. Martin seems to think the world of Westeros has more to offer… on the silver screen. “It might need a feature to tie things up, something with a feature budget, like $100 million for two hours,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “Those dragons get real big, you know.” [Huffington Post]

Because it’s Thursday, and it wouldn’t be complete without a mention of Dior’s great dame, here’s a deleted scene from American Hustle, with Jennifer Lawrence lip-syncing to Santana’s “Evil Ways.” All the more reason to buy the Oscar-nominated film on DVD when it’s released March 18th. [Buzzfeed]

Television subscribers are cutting the cord. A report from research firm SNL Kagan states that “for the first time over a full-year period” cable and satellite subscriptions fell. While the 251,000 net loss is minuscule compared to the 110 million households that pay the likes of Comcast and Time Warner Cable each month, SNL Kagan suggests the number will accelerate, especially with millennials opting to view content online. [Variety]

Calling all New York City parents! Nymphomaniac: Vol. 1 is the next feature in Landmark Theatres’ “Rattle & Reel” film series where you can bring your baby to the not-suitable-for-babies screening. [Variety]

Need to get Kate Winslet’s attention on the red carpet? Just present her with a sketch of that epic scene from that epic movie. A fan did just that at Tuesday’s Divergent premiere when he handed Winslet a replica of the Rose drawing from 1997’s Titanic. And yes, it made her blush! [ELLE]

Our beauty editor sent an email blast this morning, asking the #GlamFam if we remembered reading The Giver in middle school. Why, you ask? Because after a decade of false starts, a film adaptation of the award-winning novel is finally coming to theaters… with Meryl Streep, Katie Holmes, and Taylor Swift to boot. [Slate]

Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer started on the world wide web… and now they’re here. The pair behind Comedy Central’s new Amy Poehler-backed show Broad Cityparodied Drake’s “Started From the Bottom,” making sure to pay homage to his labelmate Nicki Minaj and hip-hop producer Missy Elliot in the process. [Vulture]