In the ‘90s, Jason Rail was the hair and makeup artist for cult classics like The Doom Generation, where he designed Rose McGowan’s iconic dark red bob (which he insists is definitely not a Pulp Fiction rip-off). He recently started Instagramming some of the incredible polaroids he took of all our ‘90s icons.
There’s an entire industry dedicated to staging homes for real estate listings. These people (dare I call them con artists?) come into your home and decide how to arrange either your furniture, their furniture, or fake furniture in a way that will make any prospective buyer have multiple orgasms upon entering,…
Parker Posey, a woman responsible for some of the funniest characters in modern film, was decidedly unfunny Wednesday morning, when she posted a tasteless photo on her relatively new Twitter account.
A middle aged man and his neuroses. A young free-spirited woman who inexplicably admires him. A lot of nervous rambling. Yes, my sweets: the new Woody Allen joint is about to arrive!
Flashback Film Friends is a series in which a Jezebel staffer watches a movie she or he has seen a million times, with a staffer who has never seen it once. Then they discuss—just like friends.
OK, it might be a little Big Love, but nobody gives a look like Parker Posey gives a look.
Winona! Christina! PARKER!
Actresses Parker Posey and Amber Tamblyn attend The Cinema Society and Artistry screening of 'Warm Bodies' after party at Penthouse at Hotel Rivington on January 25, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)
Jan (Parker Posey) is the best Emmy speech giver in the business. That's why she created JA,N Studios — Just Act, Naturally — for young eager students to come and learn her craft. What a pro.
In this week's TV round up, Fred Willard explains himself, Louis C.K. wears a dress, Samantha Bee exposes the rebellious nature of nuns and Stephen Colbert demonstrates how the Bible and Fifty Shades of Grey are pretty much the same thing.
Vicariously, anyway! The Tribeca Ball 2011 At The New York Academy of Art was just what it sounds like: a little elegant, a bit bohemian, a lot fascinating.
When you're dealing with the 12th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards, you know the clothes will be worth watching. And, at the Beverly Hilton hotel, were they ever: