Last night I saw The Rum Diary and was totally blown away by just how beautiful Amber Heard is. Seriously, the girl has flawless skin, amazing eyes, a perfect pout and great hair. It's so not fair but instead of being envious you find yourself just being captivated by her. We've dug a little deeper and found that while Amber tends to stick to her tried-and-tested formula of a red lip and a structured, slick-at-the-sides, high-on-top hairstyle, it's by far the only beauty look which she pulls off with ease. Take a closer look at the show-stopping beauty looks in her arsenal now.
You know that friend who always has a crazy story to tell about one time he was "so drunk"? The tale meanders into several different tangents, and by the time you get to the middle, you've forgotten how it started and realize the story is going nowhere. And yet, you don't mind listening because you're highly entertained the whole time. That's basically The Rum Diary. Johnny Depp stars in the film as Paul Kemp, a journalist who takes a job at a struggling newspaper in Puerto Rico in the 1950s in the adaption of Hunter S. Thompson's novel. He's excited to be on the island and eager to get to work, but he's relegated to writing horoscopes and profiles on tourists. Kemp fights to cover some of the region's more important issues, but he loses his focus on work whenever his favourite pastime comes into play: drinking.
Thanks to the proliferation of rum in the area and his ever-willing drinking buddy Sala (Michael Rispoli), there are always plenty of opportunities for various adventures. Kemp sobers up long enough to get involved with a morally questionable project, lured by charming but crooked businessman Sanderson (Aaron Eckhart). Or more accurately, he's lured in by Sanderson's temptress of a girlfriend, Chenault (Amber Heard). Though Kemp has a few ambitions when the movie begins, they mostly devolve into afterthoughts as he becomes more consumed with his alcohol-soaked lifestyle and his crush on Chenault. It parallels the film's similar lack of direction; though a few plot threads are introduced, they're all abandoned in favour of portraying Kemp's partying ways on the sandy shores of Puerto Rico.
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It's been red carpet central at FabSugar this week, and with the celeb-studded crowd at Victoria's Secret and the Versace for H&M collection, there was no shortage of red carpet looks for our top ten best dressed this week. It girls Vanessa Paradis and Poppy Delevingne worked their signature, cool-girl aesthetic while Australia's Next Top Model's Montana Cox slipped into a summery white frock for the Who's Sexiest People party. And last but not least, Victoria's Secret bombshell Adriana Lima looked illegally hot at the after party in a backless, electric blue Emilio Pucci number. Want to find out who else was on our style radar this week? Click through to find out.
Meet the newest bombshell on the block, actress Amber Heard. The blonde beauty, who has an upcoming role in The Rum Diary alongside Johnny Depp, got our attention just yesterday at Elle's Women in Hollywood tribute. Add the plum-hued Dolce & Gabbana strapless dress she wore to the Spike TV Scream Awards, and prior to that that stunning scarlet Elie Saab number, and you've got an impressive red carpet CV. We should have seen this coming back in August, when the young starlet appeared at the TCA Summer Press Tour in a black "Mod Marilyn" dress by contemporary label Honor. Is she channeling the iconic bombshell in her choices? We hope so! Click the slideshow to see her Amber's back catalogue.