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Well this is, uh, interesting! Kim Kardashian is showing off her acting chops in a new commercial for Hype Energy Drink. In the two minute spot, the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star rides a bike dressed as Audrey Hepburn, when she suddenly takes a fall and gets knocked unconscious. We are then transported to Kim's dreams, where she is dressed in head-to-toe Marie Antoinette garb ... complete with pale makeup and a white wig. Once Kanye West's other half regains consciousness she then transforms into a dominatrix with cornrows and even works an edgy bob with lace-up thigh high boots. Yeah, it's weird. The brunette beauty -- who is currently expecting her second child -- previously teased the ad back in April 2014, when she posted several photos from the shoot on Instagram. She was also snapped in Miami that same month dressed as the Hollywood icon during a Parisian-themed shoot! »
- tooFab Staff
Kim Kardashian is the face of Hype Energy Drinks (because why not?), and today the brand released a commercial featuring their spokesperson that goes from trippy to surreal more or less as soon as it begins. We've broken down the spot's strangest moments so you don't have to melt your brain. But if you want to feel like you just took peyote, by all means proceed.Here we meet Kim — for whatever reason dressed like Audrey Hepburn — unconscious on the sidewalk. (Note that bling!) We soon learn she got knocked over while bike-riding, because this ad also doubles as a bicycle-safety warning. While out cold, Kim K. does what anyone would do: dreams of being a slumbering, energy-drink-adjacent Marie Antoinette. Even in this dream world, shameless boob close-ups sell. Doppelgänger Kim looks on and gets — during a slow pan to the ground — a chest close-up of her »
- Dee Lockett
Hype Energy released a new video featuring spokesperson Kim Kardashian, and it is seriously confusing. In the short video, Kim channels famous icons such as Marie Antoinette and Audrey Hepburn. She is shown riding a bicycle and falling off of it (footage that was shot back in April 2014) and then going into a weird dream state. By the end of the video, things just get even more bizarre. Watch above, and then see what Kim had to say during the Hype Energy Drink launch in Nashville back in June. »
Queen of the galaxy! Long before she was pregnant with her second child, Kim Kardashian posed for a photo shoot with Hype Energy (which she reps), doing her best pout face in some of her boldest styles to date—and the pictures were just released for your viewing pleasure! Instead of getting too into detail about the multi-character shoot—which not only called for her to dress in a futuristic leotard, but also to don Audrey Hepburn's famous Funny Face uniform—we're going to show you the photos, in all [...] »
First, Marilyn Monroe and now, Kim Kardashian is channeling Marie Antoinette and Audrey Hepburn! Back in April 2014, we first saw a pic of the 34-year-old reality star wearing clip-on bangs and an all-black ensemble, à la the British icon, and now, we know the mystery shot was taken for her Hype Energy campaign. E! News has obtained a number of never-before-seen photos, which feature the pregnant star sporting epic braids, a sexy body suit with cleavage cut outs and even posing as the former Queen of France—complete with her blond wig and all! . Photos: See more of Kim Kardashian's pregnancy style The images, which are believed to have been taken in »
Theodore Bikel. Theodore Bikel dead at 91: Oscar-nominated actor and folk singer best known for stage musicals 'The Sound of Music,' 'Fiddler on the Roof' Folk singer, social and union activist, and stage, film, and television actor Theodore Bikel, best remembered for starring in the Broadway musical The Sound of Music and, throughout the U.S., in Fiddler on the Roof, died Monday morning (July 20, '15) of "natural causes" at the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. The Austrian-born Bikel – as Theodore Meir Bikel on May 2, 1924, in Vienna, to Yiddish-speaking Eastern European parents – was 91. Fled Hitler Thanks to his well-connected Zionist father, six months after the German annexation of Austria in March 1938 ("they were greeted with jubilation by the local populace," he would recall in 2012), the 14-year-old Bikel and his family fled to Palestine, at the time a British protectorate. While there, the teenager began acting on stage, »
- Andre Soares
As cinema has progressed over its relatively short lifespan, many are already starting to forget, or simply aren’t familiar with, the classic stars of the big screen. Perhaps with the exception of Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland, audiences are becoming less and less acquainted with the likes of classic starlets such as Grace […]
The post ‘Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words’ Trailer: An Intimate Profile of the Iconic Actress appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
We forgot what Lily Collins looked like with long hair! The "Mortal Instruments" star has been rocking a pixie cut since February -- but took to Instagram on Wednesday to debut a whole new look. "A little extension goes a long way. Weaving my way around La #wednesdayweave #onedayinnextdayout #whynotplayaround?" she captioned the photo. In the pic, the 26-year-old shows off some noticeably longer locks, which seem to be the work of hair extensions. Judging by her caption, it seems that the look is only temporary ... so we can expect to see the actress's Audrey Hepburn inspired 'do back soon. Lily has been a big fan of hair transitions in the past. The star previously transformed her super long locks into a lob, then a bob and then debuted a cropped style at this year's Vanity Fair Post-Oscars bash. The star most recently walked the runway during Paris Fashion Haute »
- tooFab Staff
The Locarno Film Festival's announced that it'll screen Hong Sang-soo's Right Now, Wrong Then and Andrzej Zulawski's Cosmos in competition. Also in today's roundup of news and views, the new Film Comment is out, featuring Kent Jones on Pedro Costa's Horse Money, Amy Taubin on Marielle Heller's The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Richard Combs on Richard Lester and more. The Chiseler's posted pieces on Patricia Highsmith, Clifton Young and the late Christopher Lee. An Audrey Hepburn exhibition opens in London today. And Paul Thomas Anderson will write—and may end up directing—a live-action take on Pinocchio starring Robert Downey Jr. » - David Hudson »
Songs On Screen: HitFix recurring feature of tributes by writers to their favorite musical moments from TV and film. Check out all the entries in the series here. There are three great songs from American film, and they are all about rainbows. “Over the Rainbow,” “Moon River” and “The Rainbow Connection” – are the three most quintessentially American songs ever to appear on screen, sung by three quintessentially American characters; and all three stand apart as plaintive cries of lonely souls dreaming of someplace far away..”Waiting round the bend” ”where troubles melt like lemondrops” for “the lovers, the dreamers and me” The things these songs share tell you everything needs to know about the character of 20th Century America. The things they don’t share tell you everything you need to know about how that character changed as the era wore on. Let’s start at the top, and the very top it is. »
- Richard Rushfield
Ron Moody as Fagin in 'Oliver!' based on Charles Dickens' 'Oliver Twist.' Ron Moody as Fagin in Dickens musical 'Oliver!': Box office and critical hit (See previous post: "Ron Moody: 'Oliver!' Actor, Academy Award Nominee Dead at 91.") Although British made, Oliver! turned out to be an elephantine release along the lines of – exclamation point or no – Gypsy, Star!, Hello Dolly!, and other Hollywood mega-musicals from the mid'-50s to the early '70s. But however bloated and conventional the final result, and a cast whose best-known name was that of director Carol Reed's nephew, Oliver Reed, Oliver! found countless fans. The mostly British production became a huge financial and critical success in the U.S. at a time when star-studded mega-musicals had become perilous – at times downright disastrous – ventures. Upon the American release of Oliver! in Dec. 1968, frequently acerbic The »
- Andre Soares
Women in Film has long placed a huge emphasis on its outreach programs, including grants, scholarships, mentoring programs and its Film Finishing Fund, which are all showcased at its annual Crystal + Lucy Awards, whose 2015 theme is Action.
But this year, the organization’s educational and philanthropic efforts on all of these fronts are being super-charged with the addition of two new corporate sponsors, Tiffany & Co. and BMW. They are joining longtime partner Max Mara in contributing to the mission of furthering the creative development of women in the industry and achieving gender equality.
“Women in Film, its partners and allied organizations have brought this conversation to a tipping point — turning the moment into momentum,” says Cathy Schulman, Wif prez. “We not only have to take action, but take sustainable action moving forward. From an organizational sense, we need to root these ideas and activate them to greenlight gender equality.
- Hillary Atkin
There are few films that wouldn't be improved by being screened at the Royal Albert Hall backed by a live orchestra and chorus, but Breakfast at Tiffany's is one that seems made for such special treatment.
Based on Truman Capote's novella, Blake Edwards's 1961 movie is of course a funny, heartbreaking, gorgeous film. It's also one that sounds every bit as good as it looks. Henry Mancini's score won an Oscar, and though it apparently was never written down, it has been restored by Justin Freer.
At the Royal Albert Hall, the score is performed by the Philharmonia Film Orchestra accompanied by the Philharmonia Chorus, and is conducted by Freer.
Unlike last year's Gladiator screening, the film isn't subtitled. It's a more enjoyable experience because of that. With a less bombastic backing, the dialogue isn't drowned out by the orchestra, save for Holly Golightly's over-the-top apartment party. It's a price worth paying, »
We look at the films that slipped through Hollywood's net, from biblical epics to a time travelling Gladiator sequel...
This article contains a spoiler for Gladiator.
If you're one of those frustrated over the quality of many of the blockbusters that make it to the inside of a multiplex, then ponder the following. For each of these were supposed to be major projects, that for one reason or another, stalled on their way to the big screen. Some still may make it. But for many others, the journey is over. Here are the big blockbusters that never were...
The late Michael Crichton scored another residential on the bestseller list with his impressive thriller, Airframe. It was published in 1996, just after films of Crichton works such as Jurassic Park, Rising Sun, Disclosure and the immortal Congo had proven to be hits of various sizes.
So: a hit book, another techno thriller, »
The Egot crew is one of the most exclusive clubs in Hollywood, and it seems that there's no dearth of performers on the cusp of claiming that title. Now, yet another Hollywood legend is poised to join that historic group.
Helen Mirren is the latest candidate for an Egot -- the distinction bestowed on someone who's won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony -- after she snagged a Tony on Sunday night for best lead actress in a play for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in "The Audience." Mirren also won an Oscar for playing Her Royal Highness in "The Queen," and has a whopping four Emmys -- three for her leading role on BBC miniseries "Prime Suspect," and another for once again portraying QE2. Now, Mirren is only one spoken-word album or audio book narration away from nabbing that Grammy, and that sweet Egot title. »
- Katie Roberts
While the Tonys were being handed out Sunday night, TVLine wasn’t just watching the awards, we were deciding the winners — or, in some cases, “winners” — in a few categories of our own invention. So which performers and performances from the black-tie back-slap made the cut — and which should have been cut? Read on, find out and — best of all — hit the comments to weigh in yourself!
PhotosCritics’ Choice Television Awards 2015: Allison Janney’s Big Kiss, Taraji’s Cookie Moment and More in Photos
Nicky Hilton's new beauty range is inspired by Elizabeth Taylor. The 31-year-old fashion designer has teamed up with Smashbox cosmetics - which is owned by Estée Lauder - to create three cat eye kits themed around her three favourite cities, New York, Los Angeles and London. Nicky - the sister of Paris Hilton - admits she turned to the makeup worn by late acting legend Taylor and other iconic actresses for ideas as she aims for that classic Hollywood look when putting her face on. When asked who inspires her when it comes to beauty, she said: ''Elizabeth Taylor, Bridget Bardot, Audrey Hepburn. They were classic beauties who all had signature makeup looks.'' Nicky - who is getting married to Todd Meister in a few weeks - was personally approached by Davis Factor, who co-founded Smashbox with his brother Dean, to create a cosmetic range and she »
'Breakfast at Tiffany's Live' is set to debut at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The world premiere live-in-concert screening will see the iconic movie - starring Audrey Hepburn - shown in full, while it is accompanied by Henry Mancini's Oscar-winning score performed by an orchestra and a choir. Looking forward to the production, Lucy Noble, the Director of Events at the Royal Albert Hall, said: ''This iconic film is famous for many things: Audrey Hepburn's peerless sense of style, the headily romantic atmosphere, an exceptional cat, and - of course - Henry Mancini's timeless score, including the classic song 'Moon River'. ''This unique event will bring the music centre-stage, quite literally, as it is performed live and in full by an orchestra and choir. ''This is 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' as it has never been seen - or heard - before, so grab a pastry »
Audrey Hepburn's sons are at legal war over her hats, scarves and jewelry. Audrey left a storage locker full of memorabilia. Among the items ... posters, costumes, gloves, photos, scripts and awards. The "Breakfast at Tiffany's" star gave her 2 sons -- Sean Ferrer from her first marriage and Luca Dotti from her second -- a 50/50 cut in all the items. But she didn't say who got what ... she expected they would divvy it up. Problem is ... they can't agree. »
- TMZ Staff
Twin Peaks, Season 2, Episode 11, “Masked Ball”
Written by Duwayne Dunham
Directed by Barry Pullman
Aired December 15, 1990 on ABC
“There is also a legend of a place called the Black Lodge, the shadow self of the White Lodge. Legend says that every spirit must pass through there on the way to perfection. There, you will meet your own shadow self. My people call it the Dweller on the Threshold. But it is said, if you confront the Black Lodge with imperfect courage, it will utterly annihilate your soul.” - Deputy Hawk
The long-awaited revival of Twin Peaks returned from its own horrific limbo in the Black Lodge earlier this month, when David Lynch announced on Twitter that he’d worked out a deal with Showtime to honor his original commitment to direct the third season—only six weeks after he’d walked away from the project in a similarly public fashion. »
- Les Chappell
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