True, we haven’t actually seen Nicole Kidman’s face move in quite a few years. but perhaps that will help lend an air of regalness to her portrayal of Princess Grace Kelly. Kidman is starring as Grace in the new film “Grace of Monaco,” which chronicles Kelly’s life as a film actress, erstwhile monarch and muse. The film also stars Tim Roth, Parker Posey, and Milo Ventimiglia. We can’t wait. [FashionIndie]
We’ve been waiting for Melissa McCarthy’s next move post-”Bridesmaids,” and we are so happy she’s going to be in a new movie with Jason Bateman. In “Identity Thief,” Jason and Melissa go toe-to-toe over a stolen identity and mountains of debt. Very stoked for this!
Have you ever seen the movie “Taken”? It stars Liam Neeson as a tough dad whose daughter gets abducted and sold into sexual slavery by a dude she meets at the airport. I saw it on a plane which seemed highly inappropriate, considering the daughter runs into trouble at the airport, but whatever. This parody of “Taken” is actually exactly what it would be like if my dad starred in the movie, instead of super intense Liam Neeson. [Gorilla Mask]
Uh, look up! There’s a long-skinny (Ami’s term) coming your way! Run! Hide! Tetris, the game, is reaaaaaaaaaaaal! [Buzzfeed]
High fashion films have a track record of being consistently gorgeous. I’m not talking about, say, “The Devil Wears Prada” (though I will never not argue that it’s one of the best movies ever), but rather the type of high-brow videos that result from collaborations between fashion houses and illustrious directors. Take, for instance, Martin Scorsese’s short for men’s fragrance Bleu de Chanel, David Lynch’s campaign for Dior’s Lady Dior, or the Yves Saint Laurent La Nuit de L’Homme ad created by “Black Swan” director Darren Aronofsky — as you can see, efforts of this ilk have seriously beautiful outcomes. Keep reading »
Costume designer Colleen Atwood created the dynamic showstopping costumes for Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart and the like in the new movie, “Snow White And The Huntsman,” and in this exclusive video, she shows the costumes from the movie, and explains the motivations for all of her design decisions. Watch, and don’t forget to check out “Snow White And The Huntsman,” out on June 1!