Hollywood is in the business of representation. Actors pretend to be others, directors control artistic images, PR departments manage their clients’ images, and agents—if Entourage’s totally convincing portrayals are to be believed—claw each others’ eyes out to represent actors. But Hollywood also fairly regularly…
Jennifer Lawrence made $52 million in 2015. That number is slightly down this year, but she’s still leaving most leading woman actors in the dust.
Only celebrities are allowed to be pregnant and still work. They can afford nannies, and entire film shoots are scheduled around their pregnancies. Pregnant ladies in Hollywood are like spiders. The Hollywood studios scream when they see a spider and want to get rid of it, but then a good producer reminds them that…
After examining every Best Actor and Best Actress winner in Oscars history, Fusion’s Molly Fitzpatrick noticed something intriguing: the top-winning job for the Best Actress category is “Wife,” and the top-winning job for the Best Actor category is “Criminal.”
In a crackling profile in the new issue of GQ, Cate Blanchett gets candid (and increasingly tipsy) with writer Zach Baron. The portion of their conversation that focuses on gender in the film industry—a topic Blanchett is ready to move beyond—is particularly worth reading:
While promoting her new role as Lady Macbeth, Oscar-winning French actress Marion Cotillard gave an interview where she said some fascinating stuff.
Last night, Chris Pratt showed Conan that the only way to not over-act is to have only one facial expression for every emotion. That expression? Motherfucking Blue Steel.
Jamie Dornan is not a serial killer, but he plays one on TV. And sometimes on the London Underground! The Irish actor told the Los Angeles Times that, in order to prepare for the first season of the BBC series The Fall, he briefly stalked a woman on the train.
Mischievous forest imp/ famous wearer of clothes Cara Delevingne has announced that, at only 22, she will soon be stepping away from modeling to focus instead on her singing and acting, a career move that has never backfired on anybody.
Are you a team player who takes direction well and is outgoing but works well with others?Also are you punctual, reliable and oh by the way, a very good swimmer who can pretend to drown? Well do we have the gig for you!
According to /bent, MoMA made this homage to Tilda Swinton back in November, when they honored her during a gala. Let's just use it as an excuse to be entranced by her acting and stunned by her range. Also, if you have not seen Orlando, remedy that with a quickness.
Award-nominated actors, you might as well give up telling self-deprecating jokes in the mirror and put down the quote books you're mining for award speech inspiration; you're never going to top the speech Emma Thompson gave at last night's National Board of Review Gala, or the bomb-ass intro Meryl Streep gave for her.…
12 Years a Slave star Lupita Nyong'o, who made a documentary about albinism in Kenya: [People with albinism] "are the one group of people that unify all races. Having come to the United States — it was the first time that I really had to consider myself as being black. To learn what my race meant. Because race is…
Amani Starnes is a working actress who happens to be racially ambiguous. Hollywood is basically the Baskin-Robbins of racism (so! many! flavors!). Mix the two well and you get a forehead slapping concoction that would be hilarious if it weren't tragically true. You get the new web series "The United Colors of Amani."
Model and actress turned writer Jennifer Sky is best known for her work as Amarice on Xena: Warrior Princess or as Cleopatra on Cleopatra: 2025 but as she's written today, it was her time spent modeling that made more of negative a impact on her life than years of casting couches ever did.
Richard Simmons plays some sort of evil insanator on General Hospital, and on Friday, he turned the crazy up to full volume and crashed a wedding in the absolute best way possible. Seriously, this is outstanding TV.
Lindsay Lohan was a no-show at the premiere of The Canyons, but James Deen was there, and he found it very hard to watch himself on screen. In fact, he couldn't really watch at all.
While there are approximately 1 billion jobs that are more difficult than being a struggling actor, there are few that seem as depressing and demoralizing. Not only are actors constantly forced to put on a smile and head out to auditions where they will face near-certain rejection, but they're also always being told…