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You wonder how long Anderson can keep accumulating star actors and creating ever more elaborate microcosms but, judging by this, he's a long way from running out of steam. It's a witty caper-within-a-reminiscence-within-a-flashback set in interwar Europe, through which Fiennes's debonair concierge must flee, protege lobby boy in tow, after an heiress's murder. It's breathlessly paced and breathtakingly designed, but with a solid core – like a fancy cake with an iron file concealed inside.
300: Rise Of An Empire (15)
With the bar for violent historical silliness raised by Game Of Thrones, this sequel pitches recklessly into another orgy of fetishised classical warfare with comic-book effects. »
- Steve Rose
We know it's got to be tough for Sarah Jessica Parker, bouncing from city to city, promoting her new shoe collection. But there's no excuse for the Sex in the City star showing up at her La appearance looking like she literally just stepped off the red-eye (and with bad '80s hair, no less.) Let's start with the hair: the only explanation for this trapped in the '80s, "hair-no-style" is that she thought she could give her face an instant lift by tightly pulling her hair up at the crown (an old Hollywood trick). But leaving all the other scraggly extensions to fend for themselves is no bueno. And poor Sjp needs some zzz's in a major way. We see puffiness and dark circles peeking out from »
Sarah Jessica Parker may just be the most revered style icon out there, thanks to her iconic role as Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City. So when we caught wind that the fashionista was designing a fabulous shoe and accessory collection of her own (in conjunction with Manolo Blahnik CEO George Malkemus III) available at Nordstrom, we certainly had to get the full scoop. Just in time for spring, the actress unveiled her cool collection of pretty pumps, strappy sandals and more at the department store in L.A., and we scored some insight from the star herself about the concept. "There's decades and decades and decades of incredible imagery that you probably have in your head that's meaningful to »
Scorch (Brendan Fraser) and Gary (Rob Corddry) are blue alien brothers on the planet Baab, who work together in their 'Basa' space programme. They're hardly the best of buddies - but when Scorch embarks on a maverick mission to ‘The Dark Planet' - aka Earth - it's up to Gary to save the day. Colourful animated fun with an all-star cast (William Shatner, Jessica Alba, Sarah Jessica Parker). »
What would Carrie say? Sarah Jessica Parker tried out farmer-chic on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on March 5 in fitted, cropped denim overalls, which she paired with Fawn high heels from her Sjp by Sarah Jessica Parker collection for Nordstrom. Admittedly, Parker's Sex and the City character would probably embrace her denim duds (after all, she did wear a tutu around Manhattan), but we just can't get behind the fact that they're overalls. And, yes, some celebs like Julianne Hough and Keira Knightley have embraced the comeback trend -- [...] »
Everyone keeps asking Sarah Jessica Parker about a third Sex and the City movie. And as Ms. Carrie Bradshaw explained to Ellen DeGeneres, "The truth of the matter is, there has been no real conversation about a third movie—at all." "I know there's a story," Sjp clarified, adding jokingly, "whether or not that story is ever told remains truly one of the great mysteries of all time." "People really wanna know," if we'll see the Satc ladies on the big screen again, Ellen pointed out, but even though Sjp didn't have a solid answer to that question, she was still thrilled to have her on the show. And, understandably, Sarah Jessica was happy to be out in sunny »
"Sex and the City" star Sarah Jessica Parker visits "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Wednesday (March 5), where naturally host Ellen DeGeneres has to ask about a third "Sex and the City" movie -- to wild applause from the audience.
"I've been trying to make up interesting answers every time I've been asked this question lately, and the truth of the matter is, there has been no real conversation about a third movie at all," says Parker. "I know there is a story, but whether or not that story is ever told remains truly one of the great mysteries of all time."
The first two "Sex and the City" movies combined to earn nearly $250 million at the box office, so that's not the issue. But getting all four leads back could prove tricky, as they have mixed feelings about revisiting their HBO series characters.
What do you think, fans? Are you dying »
This weekend's "Mr. Peabody and Sherman," a feature-length, 3D animated film from DreamWorks Animation, is already notable in the sense that it's the first film based on characters from the classic series "The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show" that doesn't look like it's going to be a huge financial disaster.
The spritely story of time traveling dog Mr. Peabody (this time voiced by Ty Burrell) and his "pet" human Sherman (Max Charles) is adapted from the "Peabody's Improbable History" segments of "The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show," and was directed by Rob Minkoff (it's his first animated feature since a movie we've never heard of called "The Lion King").
With "Frozen" finally exiting theaters and "The Lego Movie" losing some of its staying power, it looks like "Mr. Peabody and Sherman," a brightly colored, lively movie that will probably rake in some big box office. The premise is appealing and a number of parents »
- Drew Taylor
Jason Robert Brown just might be one of the busiest individuals currently on the theater scene. The composer and lyricist, best known for his off-Broadway hit The Last Five Years, is currently preparing for the release of the musical’s film adaptation and is also on track to bring a new production to the stage: a musical comedy called Honeymoon in Vegas, based on the 1992 film of the same name starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Nicolas Cage. In addition, his newest Broadway offering, The Bridges of Madison County, just opened at the Schoenfeld Theatre.
EW talked to the talented composer »
- Andrea Towers
Matthew McConaughey is being hailed for his role as an HIV sufferer in Dallas Buyers Club and for his part in HBO's acclaimed series True Detective. He has escaped his romcom image and is tipped to take the best actor award tonight
By the end of the night, west coast time, it could all have been worth it for Matthew McConaughey. If he nets the best actor Oscar for his portrayal of the Aids sufferer Ron Woodroof in Dallas Buyers Club, then his dramatic weight loss, his bold choices and the careful repositioning of his screen talent will have paid off.
Many of the stars lining up with him outside the Dolby Theatre, following their annual red carpet stroll down Hollywood Boulevard, will have nothing more to worry about than the forecast of heavy rain. But for those in the running for a major prize at the academy's 86th awards, »
- Vanessa Thorpe
A night of sparkly distraction for most film lovers, but a veritable six-month industry in Hollywood, the Academy Awards will finally be dished out tonight. And once you've exhausted the Oscar-party cocktails and made the annual wisecracks about Sarah Jessica Parker's absurd dress, there's not much in it for you if you haven't seen the films in competition.
Happily, 19 of the nominees across various categories can now be viewed online, if you fancy doing some pre-ceremony prep work. Blinkbox has the widest range, including best picture nominee Captain Phillips, sure-fire best actress winner Blue Jasmine, best foreign film hopeful The Great Beauty and documentary favourite The Act of Killing. Amazon Instant Video (the recent reincarnation of LoveFilm), meanwhile, can help you out with Ernest & Celestine, »
- Guy Lodge
We Are What We Are (18)
The story of an archaic backwoods family with very good reasons for their insularity, this spends such a long time laying out its twisted domestic set-up, it's almost as if it's in denial about being a horror movie (remade from a Mexican original). It's a wise decision. If you don't know the family's Big Secret already, it would be a shame to spoil it; let's just say it pulls the story into real shock and gore territory.
The Book Thief (12A)
- Steve Rose
"I think so much reality television -- and the women that dominate culture today -- are pretty unfriendly towards one another," she says. "They use language that's really objectionable and cruel and not supportive. I like to remember that Carrie and the other woman in 'Sex and the City' were really nice to each other."
While that stance can certainly be debated, it's hard to deny that Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda were anything but the best of friends. Sjp says that's why everyone liked -- and still likes -- Carrie so much.
"She was a really good friend," Parker says. "That's why they can forgive those very apparent flaws and selfishnesses. She was a deeply devoted friend, and I think women »
Sarah Jessica Parker is shooting down reports she's ready to take over Anna Wintour's editor-in-chief position at Vogue. In a recent interview with Haute Living, the 48-year-old actress said, "[That rumor] started because we had lunch a couple weeks ago. We were waiting at the elevator bank, and I was saying goodbye. We do have lunch occasionally. I was in no way positioning for that job, and she's not going anywhere, thank goodness. There are about 1001 people far better suited than me who are equipped to take on such a massive, important role, but I'm definitely not the one." And there you have it. While Sjp won't be taking over the Vogue editor-in-chief position, she did »
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- Alyse Whitney
I was shopping at Nordstrom the other day when I saw a sign for an upcoming appearance of Sarah Jessica Parker to launch her new shoe line at the store. I immediately geeked out- should I go? I want to, but think I might embarrass myself too much! The Sjp Collection is available starting today.
Sjp doing her own shoe line. Seems like a no-brainer right? We asked Sarah Jessica Parker at a pop up preview of her collection in New York the obvious question: 'What took so long?'
"What took me so long? I think is just ...
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Somewhere in the world, Carrie Bradshaw is shaking her head. Sex and the City's beloved leading lady Sarah Jessica Parker, who covers British Harper's Bazaar's April 2014 issue, believes Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha were part of "a more innocent time." "I think so much reality television -- and the women that dominate culture today -- are pretty unfriendly towards one another," the 48-year-old star, perhaps nodding at the Real Housewives franchise and other reality hits, told the fashion mag. "They use language that's really objectionable and [...] »
The actress - who played Charlotte in the HBO series and film spin-offs - said that there is still demand for the show a decade after the original series ended.
Speaking on The Jonathan Ross Show, Davis said: "If the fans weren't interested I don't think it would ever happen. It was a struggle to get both the first movie and the second movie made, partly because we're a franchise starring four women over 40 and that just frankly doesn't happen.
"It's only from our fan support that anything ever happened ever in the film region. I think the third if it does happen is because people talk about us, we're still on the air, there is the fan support and so it means a lot to us. »
Michelle Obama is reportedly taking her charm to Parks And Recreation for the show’s season finale. How do we think Leslie Knope will fare alongside the first lady? [Splitsider] We know you watched (or at least DVR’d) last night’s premiere of The Americans’ second season. So now that you’re in full ’80s mode, check out the show’s star, Matthew Rhys, recite the intro from his favorite TV series of the decade, The A-Team. Ever wonder how Sarah Jessica Parker stays so positive? The former Sex And The City star revealed that she doesn’t Google herself and stumble across negativity from her haters. We’re glad Sjp knows better than to give in to the folks »
- Rahsheeda Ali
Want to know how Sarah Jessica Parker remains so down to earth? She doesn't listen to the critics or fans who say negative things about her. "I don't read anything," the 48-year-old fashionista reveals in the latest issue of Harper's Bazaar U.K. "I don't Google myself. Good God, no! I have absolutely no constitution for that. I'm curious about everything, except what people have to say about me. It's the random cruelty I really don't understand. It's not good for us. I don't know, you know, how we go back in time to a better place." Parker says she thinks people loved her Sex and the City character Carrie Bradshaw so much because "she was a really good »
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