Another week, another seven days of celebrity stories you may have missed. Luckily for you, we have all the latest and greatest stories from the entertainment industry right here now. 

So sit back and enjoy as we run you through what is happening in the world of glitz and glam. Without further ado, here are the stories shaking up the world of the celebs this week. 

Obamas in talks with Netflix over a new show 

According to a senior adviser to former US President, both Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, are in talks to produce a new series which will highlight inspirational stories from outstanding individuals. 

Eric Schultz told the New York Times: "President and Mrs Obama have always believed in the power of storytelling to inspire. Throughout their lives, they have lifted up stories of people whose efforts to make a difference are quietly changing the world for the better.

"As they consider their future personal plans, they continue to explore new ways to help others tell and share their stories." 

Jon Favreau to write new Star Wars TV series]

Ironman director, John Favreau, is going to be the next writer to take on the world of Star Wars. The announcement drew some criticism, due to it being announced on International Women's Day. 

In a statement outlining his excitement towards the project, he said: "If you told me at 11 years old that I would be getting to tell stories in the Star Wars universe, I wouldn't have believed you. I can't wait to embark upon this exciting adventure."

Paul Newman gave topped up Susan Sarandon's fee to close pay gap

In a bid to make sure equality was more forthcoming, Hollywood actor, Newman, gave some of his fee towards Susan Sarandon's salary for the 1998 thriller Twilight which they co-starred in.

She told BBC Radio 5 Live: "Emma Stone once came forward and said she got equal pay because her male stars insisted upon it and gave up something of theirs. That happened to me with Paul Newman at one point, when I did a film with him ages ago."

She added that Newman had "stepped forward and said, 'Well, I'll give you part of mine'. So yeah, he was a gem."

Selena Gomez almost died after kidney transplant

Francia Raisa, the woman who donated a kidney to Selena Gomez, revealed that Gomez almost died after the operation. 

The 29-year-old donated a kidney to 25-year-old Gomez who suffers from Lupus last year.

Speaking to W Magazine Raisa said: "Recovery was hard... Selena did have a complication, too. A few hours after our surgery, I woke up and had a text from her that said 'I'm really scared'.

"My kidney was very active, and when it turned I broke an artery. They had to take her into emergency surgery and get a vein from her leg and build a new artery to keep my kidney in place. She could have died."