Common has offered up his newest single "The Ladder" which appeared on his new mixtape Catch the Throne, released by HBO as an addition to their series Game of Thrones. The release features a host of top MC's singing Game of Thrones inspired tracks and includes work by Wale, Daddy Yankee, Big Boi, Magazeen and Snow tha Product.
Cartoon Network has confirmed plans to reboot the classic animated series "Tom and Jerry," "Scooby-Doo" and "Bugs Bunny." Each of the shows will come back in a different guise with "The Tom and Jerry Show" coming back as a series updated in HD. "Scooby" will return to the small screen as 22-minute comedy special called "Be Cool, Scooby Doo."
Ed Helms has reportedly signed on to appear in the new comedy "Epic Fail." The film centers on a dysfunctional and heavily armed secret wing of the Special Forces that go on a do-or-die mission to save America. Helms is developing the project alongside producer Nicky Weinstock and the project will feature a script by Mike Arnold and Chris Poole. Helms will star in the role of the Walrus.
Paul McCartney has confirmed that he has plans to compose the music for a new animated feature. He revealed the news during an interview with a California public radio station but did not reveal the title of the film or the timeline.
Jennifer Lopez has hit the cover of the current edition of InStyle Magazine. The 44-year-old pop icon appears in a long multi-colored tank top on the mag, which they dubbed their "Color Issue." The cover comes at a busy time for J.Lo, who also recently released her new single "I Luh Ya Papi," featuring French Montana.
"Gilmore Girls" star Lauren Graham made a special guest appearance on the Celeb Week edition of "Sesame Street." Her segment, called "Author," was taped last summer but was posted to YouTube earlier this week. In the clip Graham helps teach kids about writing, which is a fitting lesson as her first novel "Someday, Someday Maybe" was a best seller last year.
Andi Dorfman has reportedly signed on to appear as the new "Bachelorette." She appeared on the most recent season of "The Bachelor" and made a dramatic exit after a rocky suite date with Juan Pablo Galavis. Dorfman is an Atlanta based assistant District Attorney but says she's looking for more in her life than just a career: "I'm looking to find that great love. I have a great life."
Following up a slow box office run, the Coen Brothers' latest acclaimed drama "Inside Llewyn Davis" looks to find a wider audience as it heads to the home market amid an eclectic week for new releases. Also hitting stores this week will be the Christian Bale-starring thriller "Out of the Furnace," period piece "The Book Thief" and Jason Statham's action film "Homefront."
Taylor Swift is splitting from Paula Erickson, her publicist of seven years, according to Billboard. Erickson's Nashville-based Erickson Public Relations has handled Swift's career since the latter's self-titled debut album in 2006. Erickson reportedly informed the singer's management team that she is resigning this month.
Jason Sudeikis has reportedly signed on to appear in the upcoming new film "Fletch Won." The film will be an extension of the mid-80s franchise starring Chevy Chase. Sudeikis will appear in the leading role as journalist I.M. Fletch. The film franchise is based on a novel series by Gregory McDonald. The first novel was published in 1974 and was followed by 11 more books in the series.
Todd Chrisley has shut down the persistent rumors that he has been living in the closet. Speaking with People the "Chrisley Knows Best" star said that he's at peace with the rumors but tells fans not to expect a coming out party. "There's no coming out. What you see is what you get. I am what I am. Other people's opinions of me are just not my business," Chrisley tells People.
Tool has shut down rumors that the band has completed a new album. Front man Maynard James Keenan said in a statement, noting that the rumor was born of a joke from band member Adams Jones. "Last night, Adam Jones, in a private conversation with fans attending the Portland Tool concert, joked that the band's new album was not only finished but coming out the next day."
Eric Church has released a new music video for his track "A Man Who Was Gonna Die Young." The new video picks up where his last video, "San Destino Rising: Movimiento De Una," left off. It finds a young woman visibly shaken after being given a second chance by an older woman who says, "This time, you're going to have to show me that there are no bounds and restrictions."
Jared Leto says he has already dinged up his newly won Oscar for his role in the film Dallas Buyers Club. The 30 Seconds to Mars rocker explained who happened to his golden trophy while speaking with the Huffington Post. "I was carrying it down the stairs and, boom, I hit it against the stairs, the railing, and I put a little nick in the back of it," said Leto.
Keith Urban has revealed the full date list for his upcoming 'Raise 'Em Up' tour. The run is set to kick off on July 12 in Calgary, Alberta and will cross the entire United States before wrapping up in Puyallup, Washington in September. The tour's name tips its hat to Urban's duet with Eric Church.