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Marisa Tomei Cast As Lesbian Billionaire On 'Empire' Season Two

Marisa Tomei has been cast in the FOX program "Empire" as Mimi Whiteman, a billionaire mogul who loves "fashion, hip-hop and women," according to reps. Tomei's character will be a recurring one. Tomei is just one of many already announced guests on season two of the show, which includes spots from Chris Rock, Alicia Keys and Lenny Kravitz.

Beastie Boys Will No Longer Perform Live

The Beastie Boys have revealed that they will no longer play live following the passing of founding member Adam "MCA" Yauch. Speculation about a possible reunion was sparked after the remaining two Beastie Boys filed a trademark application for the group's name for use in live performance. They were contacted by Pitchfork about the potential of any live shows without MCA.

'Clueless' Musical Is In The Works

A musical version of the 1990s rom-com "Clueless" is happening, according to Amy Heckerling, who directed the movie. She says that the production will not feature an original score, instead featuring familiar songs. "I've written what they call the book, and it's a jukebox musical," she told Entertainment Tonight. She didn't specify what songs will be included in the staging.

Duck Dynasty's John Luke Robertson Ties The Knot

"Duck Dynasty" star John Luke Robertson has tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Mary Kate McEacharn. The wedding took place on June 27 and the pair opened up about their special day with Us Weekly and says they're excited to begin their life together. "I had an amazing time!" John Luke told Us in a statement. The blushing bride added, "It was one of the best days of my life!"