Today's news you might've missed:
- Lily James is going from "Downton Abbey" to pumpkins and fairy godmothers. The actress has been handed the role of Cinderella in Disney's live-action version of the fairy tale, which will be directed by Kenneth Branagh and star Cate Blanchett as the wicked stepmother.
- Speaking of Disney princesses, not every character qualifies for the title. Merida, the star of 2012's "Brave," will have a "royal coronation" on May 11 to officially crown her Disney's 11th princess. [Inside the Magic]
- TNT isn't ready to leave "Dallas" and its shenanigans just yet. The reinvigorated primetime soap has been picked up for a third season, which should arrive in early 2014. [TVLine]
- Showtime's "Homeland" will be back way before that, though. The network has announced that the third season of the award-winning series will bow on September 29.
- John Krasinski is facing job loss after "The Office" closes its doors May 16, but he won't be unemployed for long. The actor will be a guest star on "Arrested Development" when the series arrives on Netflix with 15 new episodes May 26. [EW]
- Selena Gomez nearly set on the Internet on fire with a sultry photo from the set of her music video for "Come and Get It." [HuffPo]
- Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly turning down gifts for their soon-to-arrive baby, and instead are asking for friends and family to donate to a Chicago children's hospital (with the Chi being West's old stomping grounds). [TMZ]
- Miss Maria Shriver on NBC? She does too. The former politician's wife is going back to NBC News to serve as a special anchor reporting on women's issues. [USA Today]