James Franco and Zac Posen-clad Winona Ryder paired up for a screening of The Iceman in NYC last night. The co-stars greeted each other with a kiss when posing with their leading man Michael Shannon on the red carpet. Their thriller The Iceman is out in limited release in the US this Friday, May 3, and is a based-on-a-true-story tale of a hitman leading a double life.
In addition to this film's upcoming release, James has a lot on his plate. He is headed to the Cannes Film Festival in a couple of weeks to screen his directorial project As I Lay Dying and will also be in London in May making Good People with Kate Hudson. Additionally, James will direct and star in Garden of Last Days, a big-screen adaptation of a novel by author Andre Dubus III.
It was hard to take our eyes off the front-row beauty at this week's MBFWA — with a slew of Aussie women stepping out to support local fashion designers, we were treated to all sorts of hair and makeup adventures. From model/photographer Candice Lake's bare face and bold coral-red lips, to Gracie Otto's deep red and Lara Bingle's burgundy version, it was pretty clear that a strong lip is still going, well, strong, while Phoebe Tonkin's smoky eyes and bronzed skin had us keen to recreate the look (BYO divine khaki green peepers). Of course, we couldn't be too biased — some stars in the US also had some ace looks we loved this week! Step this way for prettiness galore.
As we hit the halfway mark of the 69th Venice Film Festival, the stars are really starting to bring their beauty A-games to picturesque Italy. The Festival is always bursting with big names and even bigger beauty moments, and we're especially impressed with Kate Hudson's glossy blonde mane, Vanessa Hudgens's quick hair change and Selena Gomez's effortless beauty look at the Spring Breakers premiere. We're gearing up for a beauty smorgasbord of up 'dos, smoky eyes, bold lips and red carpet-worthy manicures, so be sure to check back in as the Festival continues to see all our favourites, up close and personal.
Let's just say, the Venice Film Festival glamour was on high alert all weekend long. Between Gucci's Women in Cinema awards and the brand's Gucci Premiere fragrance launch party, the red carpet was buzzing with stylish ensembles from the likes of Blake Lively, Salma Hayek, Charlotte Casiraghi, and Brit Marling. Blake, the face of Gucci Premiere, struck a sexy note with her embellished burgundy-hued Gucci Premiere cocktail dress, while Salma took a slightly more romantic approach in a black Gucci beaded number. That's not all — we spotted Laetitia Casta in a stunning peachy Elie Saab Couture creation at The Master premiere, Winona Ryder in a dramatic black lace Dolce & Gabbana gown for The Iceman premiere, ceremonies host Kasia Smutniak in yet another gorgeous Valentino gown. If you've missed even a moment of the Venice Film Festival style action, you've come to the right place. See the best looks from all angles now.
The Venice Film Festival is under way! Things kicked off Wednesday with the premiere of Kate Hudson and Liev Schreiber's The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Both Kate and Liev brought their significant others. Kate made the rounds with Matthew Bellamy, while Liev stuck close to Naomi Watts. Zac Efron rolled into town ahead of At Any Price's debut, while Winona Ryder popped up to show off The Iceman. The festival will continue through next week with stars like Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, and Joaquin Phoenix heading over for photo ops, interviews, and gondola rides. We're excited for more red-carpet glamour — click through to see what's already gone down!
We're looking back at many of our favourite celebrities during their old-school days. Plenty of leading ladies got their starts before an audience as cheerleaders, including Cameron Diaz. Britney Spears was out on the hardwood herself playing with her basketball team, and Tom Cruise showed an early interest in action on the wrestling team. Blake Lively liked to joke around well before she nabbed a big-screen part. Click through to see the stars back in the day!
Never one to shy away from provocative storytelling, Marc Jacobs has become just as well known for his bohemian-meets-sexy ads as for the clothes he creates. With famed shutterbug Juergen Teller lending his signature brand of no-frills photography to Marc's campaigns for the last 14 years, we've come to expect nothing less than memorable editorials. From his longtime friend Sofia Coppola starring in a series of the perfume ads poolside in 2002 and Winona Ryder's cheeky shopping spree spread in 2003 to Elle Fanning's retro gamine vibe for A/W 2011, the campaigns have always featured a mix of cool-girl style and pop-culture quirk. And of course, who could forget Victoria Beckham's doll persona peeking out of bags and garment boxes in Spring 2008? To celebrate Marc's 49th birthday today, we've culled his best and most striking campaigns throughout the seasons — click through to see them all.
As much as the red carpet is about the over-the-top gowns, it's also about the snazzy accessories; it's a symbiotic relationship that works. The dresses at the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards definitely wowed us, but the unique selection of earrings was also impressive. Everyone from Rosario Dawson to Julianna Margulies to Kim Kardashian to Jane Krakowski chose to frame their pretty faces with standout earrings. The mix included hoops, drops, art deco designs, studs, and colours galore. Click through to see 15 of our favourite SAG red carpet earrings.