Diane Lane won the Sarasota Film Festival’s Award for Cinematic Excellence on Saturday for her work in Eleanor Coppola’s first feature film, Paris Can Wait. The movie premieres May 12, which gives Lane the perfect press tour opportunity to reflect on the need for women directors.
Broadcast network television has been hemorrhaging viewers over the last several years. The increasing popularity of complex, well-written cable dramas like Mad Men and Breaking Bad has raised the bar for TV. Networks like the perpetually-ailing NBC are slowly figuring out that they can no longer get by with a few…
Before Jessica Biel became a married lady, every morning she hesitantly donned an overly-starched uniform with a name-patch that read "Please Be My Husband" on it. But now that she's got a ring on it, she can rock ANY outfit she wants! At least, according to her friend and stylist.
Superfoxes Josh Brolin and Diane Lane are divorcing after eight years of marriage, according to their reps: "It was a mutual decision. It was amicable. It's not ugly, it's just over." (Guh.) It's the second marriage for both of them. Although this means our fantasy of James Brolin, Barbra Streisand, Josh and Diane…
Welcome back to Midweek Madness, in which we try not to get injured by the jagged detrius masquerading as gossip in Ok!, In Touch, Life & Style, Us and Star. This week, Royal Wedding wackiness is in overdrive; Khloe Kardashian is miffed that people think she looks "massive"; and Star totally didn't mean to call Katie…
You'd expect the 13th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards to give good clothes. And they didn't disappoint.
The second annual Governors Awards at the Grand Ballroom, Hollywood and Highland, brought out starpower — and clothes to match. We're not saying that's always a good thing...
Yes, it was on Friday, but we couldn't bear to not bring you to the 2010 Barnstable-Brown gala in Louisville, Kentucky, where the stars went on a (julep-fueled?) Derby fashion spree.
It is a tradition at the Kentucky Derby that all in attendance drink mint juleps and wear fairly ridiculous looking hats. This year was no exception:
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The Orpheum Theatre's opening night gala for 2009 Outfest, the annual queer film festival, featured the Lane-Brolins, the Soto-Bratts, Lisa Kudrow, Chaz Bono, Christina Ricci, dad-rock jeans, and a whole lot of tight satin.
Right now, the latest on Chris Brown is that he was booked for making criminal threats, not domestic abuse. The reason?
VH1's 14th Annual Critics' Choice Awards, held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, reminded us why we love awards season: everyone in Hollywood was there, and most of them looked incredible.