This week has been a crazy one in Hollywood, and we’ve got all the scoop right here. Check out what the entertainment biz has going on this week.
- Jeremy Renner, Jennifer Lawrence and Andrew Garfield top IFC’s list of the Top Ten Actors and Actresses to Watch in 2012.
- Sorry guys, Snooki is officially off the market. She has confirmed her pregnancy and engagement to fiancé Jionni.
- Scotty McCreery will be the new voice of the elimination song for American Idol contestants who get the boot starting today. He’ll cover Tim McGraw’s Please Remember Me as the losing contestants learn their fate.
- Can’t get enough of culinary reality shows? Around the World in 80 Plates is a new show by Bravo premiering May 9. Twelve chefs travel the world, learning local customs and cuisines while participating in a marathon of culinary challenges. Ultimately, they’ll face-off in a kitchen takeover where they will reinvent the menus for world-renowned restaurants and their owners.
- Raven Symoné takes her talents to Broadway, where she’ll be the newest actress to play Deloris Van Cartier in Sister Act, produced by Whoopi Goldberg.
- FX has renewed “Justified” for a fourth season of 13 episodes. We know people really like that show, so it’s news to us.
- Directed by Lee Hirsch, the documentary Bully, which profiles bullying in schools across America, has received an R rating from the MPAA. In Canada, the Consumer Protection B.C. has given the film a PG rating, allowing school-aged children to watch it in theaters.
- Oscar winner Jean Dujardin is at the top of the box office in his native France. He stars in The Players, which is currently no. 1 at the box office, and The Artist, which ranks no. 2.
- TLC has decided to cancel All-American Muslim. After a solid premiere — with 1.7 million viewers — back in November, interest seemed to wane. Its finale in December only drew 900,000 viewers.