Ah, the timeless question of how much weight actors lose or gain for roles! You would think, by 2018, journalists would stop asking this question, especially when actors like Anne Hathaway are preparing for the criticism far in advance. And while it’s true that some roles require intensive, physical transformations,…
As the breadth of accusations against Harvey Weinstein seem to grow exponentially, more Hollywood fixtures are speaking out about their experiences with sexual harassment and more. This weekend, that grew to include Michelle Pfeiffer and Uma Thurman.
You’ve seen the highly questionable facial hair; now you can watch the trailer for the upcoming adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express starring Kenneth Branagh as somebody who is alleged to be Hercule Poirot.
HOLLYWOOD, CA - MAY 07: Actress Michelle Pfeiffer (L) and actor Johnny Depp arrive at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Dark Shadows' at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on May 7, 2012 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
In an interview with Parade, Michelle Pfeiffer (who is lovely) attempts to convince the world that her new movie Dark Shadows is not the latter-day Burton/Depp self-indulgent cinematic queef you think it is. Or wait, it is. But this is a good part:
[On the set of New Year's Eve, the likely vom-com from the people who gave you Valentine's Day. This darker hair is reminiscent of Married To The Mob, is it not? New York, February 23. Image via Pacific Coast News Online.]
Between Christian Bale's turn as a slapstick Jesus, whatever the hell was going on with Helena Bonham Carter, and one celebrity's areola on display, there was a lot to take in during the subtle moments of last night's Golden Globes.
Michelles turn heads with their elegance — even when they're wearing acid-washed jeans.
This fall, MoMA is inviting art lovers to consider the work of the contemporary mixed-media artist who brought us PeeWee's Big Adventure, and the sight of an entire dinner party singing Harry Belafonte's Banana Boat song: Tim Burton.
*Inspired by Shirley MacLaine's assertion that the best parts for actresses fall into one of the above categories.