Jennifer Aniston goes for 'Cake,' and more news to note
February 10th, 2014
06:15 PM ET

Jennifer Aniston goes for 'Cake,' and more news to note

Today's talk you might've missed:

  • Jennifer Aniston has landed a sweet new role. The actress is set to star in and executive produce a movie called "Cake," in which she'll portray a woman who becomes obsessed with the suicide of a woman in her chronic pain support group. [Deadline]
  • In TV casting news, everyone's favorite "O.C." bad boy, Ben McKenzie, has a new gig. He's been cast as young Commissioner Gordon in Fox's "Gotham." [Variety]
  • To prepare for her third baby boy, Gwen Stefani rounded up some of her favorite girls. The singer had a baby shower over the weekend that included Gwyneth Paltrow, Nicole Richie, Rachel Zoe and Chelsea Handler. [People]
  • For those who were hoping to catch Lauryn Hill's show in New Jersey, they'll have to watch her performance of The Beatles' "Something" on "Letterman" and be satisfied, since that's all they're going to get.
  • Jimmy Fallon's bromance with Justin Timberlake will be just as strong now that he's on "The Tonight Show." JT will join his BFF during his first week as "Tonight's" new host, along with U2, Lady Gaga and Arcade Fire. [Billboard]
  • Your dreams have been answered: The Boss has cooked up 15 new tour dates in the States starting April 8. [BruceSpringsteen.net]
  • Channing Tatum's "Magic Mike 2" script will be inspired by Matthew McConaughey, which we think is an amazing idea.
  • Marie Claire magazine is under the impression that you want to read Kristen Stewart's love poems, so go ahead and click on it - we won't tell! [Marie Claire]

Filed under: While you were working
'Game of Thrones': The season 4 preview you've been waiting for
February 10th, 2014
11:35 AM ET

'Game of Thrones': The season 4 preview you've been waiting for

"Game of Thrones" really knows how to take care of its fans.

To prepare the masses anxiously counting down to the debut of season four, there's a new trailer - and this one's no tease.

On the contrary, we get a full 15 minute-look behind the scenes of season four, including interviews with the cast and crew. "Game of Thrones" isn't returning to HBO until April 6, but this clip should help ease the wait.


Filed under: Game of Thrones • television
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