Celeb Scoop: Watch the Trailer for Bradley Cooper’s Hit and Run

Plus: Justin Bieber sissies out of a boxing match, Ellen wins the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, E! will livestream the MIB III premiere, and more of today's celebrity news.

Trailer Drops for Hit and Run. Dax Shepard pretty much created Hit and Run from scratch—playing all the positions like in the classic Bugs Bunny cartoon. Luckily, though, there were spots on the cast for his wife Kristen Bell and Jenkintown’s Bradley Cooper.


GQ‘s Justin Bieber Profile. Justin Bieber sissies out of a boxing match, defends Kim Kardashian, and says “bro” a lot as Drew Magary profiled him for GQ. [GQ]

Watch a Livestream of the MIB III Premiere. Will Smith makes his triumphant (?) return to the silver screen as Men in Black III is set to premiere on May 23rd. E! will livestream the premiere on its website. [E!]

Ellen Wins Mark Twain Prize. Ellen DeGeneres is the 2012 recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. The Kennedy Center in D.C. describes recipients as, “people who have had an impact on American society in ways similar to the distinguished 19th-century novelist and essayist Samuel Clemens.” [Inquirer]

Aaron Sorkin to Adapt Steve Jobs. Sony has enlisted Aaron Sorkin to adapt the biography of Apple’s founder into a screenplay. Sorkin won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Social Network and was nominated in the same category last year for Moneyball. [Hollywood Reporter]

Turner Broadcasting Pairs With Funny or Die. Funny or Die—the humor site founded by Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Chris Henchy back in 2007—has announced a partnership with Turner Broadcasting. The deal will make Turner Broadcasting’s digital sales the exclusive seller of Funny or Die’s ad space. It will also give Turner a minority equity stake in the site and allow for TBS and Adult Swim to collaborate with FOD. [The Wrap]