There’s a possible solution to white male angst that white men seem to have not discovered, and Patricia Clarkson is right on the money in explaining exactly what this solution entails.
I'm not saying Patricia Clarkson should have won an Academy Award for Easy A, but it is one of the great travesties of the 21st century that she didn't. Clarkson turns 54 today, and will be celebrating with Stanley Tucci, three blowtorches, a Carvel Cookie Puss, and a handle of gin in my imagination.
It was around 26° last night when the amfAR New York Gala kicked off Fall 2013 Fashion Week. For some attendees, it was important to be somewhat weather-appropriate. Other folks just went right ahead and wore sheer dresses and showed plenty of skin, hypothermia (and good taste) be damned.
Actress Patricia Clarkson holds on as she rides in the Muses Mardi Gras Parade through the streets of New Orleans, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012. (AP Photo/Bill Haber)
You thought royal mania had died down. You thought wrong. Apparently Prince Harry calls Pippa Middleton "Foxy Filly." Scintillating. All this and more will be revealed in a TV special called Crazy About Pippa, which airs next week on TLC. You know, the freakshow network. As one reporter points out: "Since Pippa…
You know a salute to Alec Baldwin (like this one at the Museum of the Moving Image) will be funny. But chic? What a pleasant surprise!
The Metropolitan Opera's season premiere may have been controversial, but the culture-lovin' (or fronting) stars' clothes were an unambiguous hit.
We're kinda psyched for Easy A, the story of a high school girl who decides to own her slut-shamed image with a Prynne-esque scarlet A, so you'll be glad to know the premiere, at L.A.'s Chinese Theater, was pretty swell.
The 2010 Independent Filmmaker Project spring gala at The DVF Studio in New York brought out Tamblyn and Bledel and Clarkson and Sigler. But, because we love you, we're starting you off with Zachary Quinto.
The Metropolitan Opera gala premiere of the crusade-themed 'Armida' attracted a huge number of stars: Chloe, Maggie, Ginnifer, Julianne - you get the picture. And whether or not they're actually Rossini-lovers, they certainly looked the part!
It's totally demode to do just one look on Oscar night! The ceremony's only half the deal; at VF's annual shindig, it's a whole 'nother ballgame. And plenty of stars skip the ceremony — but everyone goes to Vanity Fair.
Julie and Julia's NYC premiere at the Ziegfeld Theatre brought out not just Meryl and Amy, but Babs, Ray-Ray, Gayle, and... Katie Lee Joel? Anyway, all of them looked hot. Temperature-wise, that is.