Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr to perform at Grammys, and more news to note
January 14th, 2014
07:30 PM ET

Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr to perform at Grammys, and more news to note

Today's talk you might've missed:

  • The Recording Academy is making up for its lackluster nominees list with a strong lineup of performers for its awards show. The event, coming up on January 26, will now also feature Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr as part of a Beatles-centric special set that'll include other acts like the Eurythmics. [HitFix]
  • We kind of love the idea of Johnny Depp as Dr. Strange, as one casting rumor has suggested could happen, but it looks like that gossip might not be based on truth. [Deadline]
  • Tina Fey's Golden Globes joke about Leonardo DiCaprio - that he gets with a lot of supermodels - definitely walked a thin line between spot-on and crass. But it was also, it seems, pretty true: he left the ceremony after winning the Golden Globe for best actor in a comedy and made a beeline for the lips of his model girlfriend, Toni Garnn. [GossipCop]
  • We were feeling a little left out that we hadn't had a chance to see Orlando Bloom's "Romeo and Juliet" on Broadway, but now we can try to see it on the big screen. A recording of the production will be available in more than 2,000 movie theaters across the U.S. from February 13-19 (to coincide with Valentine's Day, naturally). [People]
  • The execs behind Showtime, the geniuses that they are - or are at least today - have rightly renewed Lisa Kudrow's "Web Therapy." [NYMag's Vulture]

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