Buzz Bites (7/30/12): Selena Gomez And Nat Wolff To Star In 'Feed The Dog' Film

Selena Gomez shares her next role in upcoming film, "Feed The Dog."

+ Selena Gomez has begun work on new film, Feed The Dog. She and costar Nat Wolff had a table read for the script over the weekend. Also, peep Sel's cute new haircut she got for the flick. (Just Jared Jr.)

+ The London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony dazzled with dancers, fireworks, and of course athletes from around the globe. It also showcased one of Britain's biggest and best imports: music. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Blur, Dizzee Rascal, Underworld, Amy Winehouse, and Muse's songs were featured. Arctic Monkeys and Paul McCartney performed live. (MTV News)

+ In conjunction with the Opening Ceremony, the Olympic Opening Concert took place over in Hyde Park. Watch Duran Duran's performance of "Wild Boys" and Snow Patrol performing "Chasing Cars." (Billboard)

+ Justin Bieber wasn't kidding when he referred to the "As Long As You Love Me" video as a "short film" in a tweet. Check out the video preview, which shows the dramatic tension between Michael Madsen and Justin. The full short film drops on Wednesday. (MTV News)

+ dished on a new Justin Bieber song, which the Biebs shared with him on a plane and revealed it was written for Selena Gomez. "[Justin] taps me on the shoulder [and says], 'Yo, I want to show you this song I produced and wrote,'", who liked the song, said in an interview. (Just Jared Jr.)

+ Reason #5,736 why you should not do drugs: You could get banned from an entire country. Snoop Dogg was busted with marijuana in his suitcase when he was en route to a concert in Norway last month. The country has banned him for two years. (E!)

+ Hilary Duff's final installment of her Elixir book trilogy, True, is not out until next year, but she revealed the cover art and an excerpt on Twitter. Peep it here. (Just Jared Jr.)

+ You didn't make it to Newport Folk Festival over the weekend? Me neither. But thanks to technology and NPR we can stream and download entire sets from First Aid Kit, Alabama Shakes, Wilco and more. Good job, interwebs! (NPR)

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