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by: liza darwin

April 30 2014

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Lily Collins tries her hand at a rom-com and a British accent in the forthcoming movie Love, Rosie. Co-starring Sam Claflin and Suki Waterhouse (the model's debut!), the movie hits theaters this fall. For now, watch the trailer in all its awkward glory below. (Collider)

And the newest judge on The Voice is.....Gwen Stefani! The No Doubt singer replaces Christina Aguilera for this season. No word yet on how she'll get along with Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and the other newbie judge, Pharrell, but can't wait to find out. (NY Daily News

Stubhub is no longer just an easy way to buy and sell concert tickets. The company has announced that it will begin producing its own series of concerts kicking off this summer and starring bands like Tokyo Police Club. Get the deets here! (Billboard

While you're waiting to watch Kaya Scodelario and Dylan O'Brien in The Maze Runners in theaters, let these 40 little-known facts tide you over until then. Some of our favorite stuff we learned? Scodelario was always the first choice for the role as Teresa; Will Poulter was O'Brien's on-set fake "boyfriend," and his Teen Wolf hair almost cost him his role as Thomas. And that's only the beginning... (Page to Premiere

So now that we can all agree that #normcore has played itself out, what's next? We vote "Snorecore," "Dormcore," and "Oldcore"... but see all of the hilarious options here. (LuckyMag

Finally, the full list of Star Wars Episode VII cast has been revealed! Along with longstanding favorites like Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher, this round also includes Adam Driver and Oscar Isaac. They're joining Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, Kenny Baker, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow. The film won't be released until December 2015-- how soon is too soon to start the countdown? (Stupid Dope)

Ed Sheeran and Game are teaming up on a new album! According to Sheeran, "It's gonna be two different sides," he said. "So it'll be two CDs. It'll be the way I would do an album, with his help, and the way he would do an album with my features." The English songwriter and the rapper might be an unlikely duo, but that only makes us more stoked to hear the music. (MTV)

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