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Los Angeles, March 24: Do you want to know the looks that are gaining fashion ground? Accordion pleats and fishtail braids are trending on the red carpet.
People.com presents a weekly roundup of the looks that are trendy right now:
* Up: Accordion Pleats: It's a very specific kind of folding that seems to be resonating among celebrities - Dianna Agron was seen in a Miu Miu dress featuring accordion (or knife) pleats, and other actresses including Amanda Peet and Sasha Pieterse are following her lead. Expect to see a whole lot of non-flat-front minis, midis and maxis and perhaps even a few pleated culottes this spring.
Up: Fishtail Braids: Ice cream, flip-flops and beachy plaits. Once you start spotting those. »
- Lohit Reddy
var brightcovevideoid = '3360522398001'; Kristin Cavallari doesn't believe in vaccinations - for her children, anyway. The former reality starlet was considerably more restrained than Jenny McCarthy while defending her own anti-vaccination stance to Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live Tuesday. "I'm just a mom. I'm trying to make the best decision for my kid," she said. "There are very scary statistics out there regarding what is in vaccines … We feel like we're making the best decision for our kids." Cohen's question was spurred by a Fox interview Thursday in which Cavallari admitted to not vaccinating her kids to a disbelieving Lisa Kennedy, »
- Alex Heigl
Also starring Allison Janney, Sam Rockwell, Amanda Peet, William H. Macy, Molly Shannon and Felicity Huffman, Trust Me is the second feature film written and directed by Gregg who made his directing debut with Choke, an adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk's novel. Trust Me tells the sharp, comic story of Howard Holloway (Gregg), a down-on-his luck agent for child actors and truly one the last good guys left in Hollywood. After discovering a 13-year-old acting prodigy (Sharbino), he is poised to close the deal of a lifetime which would catapult his tween client and, at long last, himself, into the big time. With the support of his gorgeous new neighbor (Peet), he must wrangle the actress' volatile, overprotective father, dodge a scheming producer (Felicity Huffman), and outwit his uber-slick »
- Pietro Filipponi
The ninety minute film follows the story of Howard Holloway (Gregg) as a failed child actor turned agent whose strong morals continue to make him unsuccessful in life, all until he meets teen actress Lydia (played by Saxon Sharbino), a fourteen year old talented actress whose alcoholic father is a major setback in her life. Howard promises himself that he won’t let the chance of a lifetime to represent Lydia slip away in this captivating black comedy about a generally ruthless business.
The film stars not only Gregg and Sharbino but also Amanda Peet, Felicity Huffman, Sam Rockwell, William H. Macy, Molly Shannon and Paul Sparks and was produced by Keith Kjarval, Aaron Gilbert, Mary Vernieu and many more. »
- Catherina Gioino
Oh, say it isn't so! While we absolutely loved countless gorgeous gowns seen on our favorite celebs tonight at the 2014 SAG Awards, there were a few major misses on the red carpet, too. When it came to rounding up the worst dressed celebs on the night, we were sadly disappointed to see a number of talented actors among the bunch. Cate Blanchett can usually do no wrong in our eyes, but in the case of her pale pink Givenchy gown, we had to avert our eyes from the unflattering design. The oversized ruffle detail added unnecessary volume to her statuesque figure, and the sparkly sequined trim felt much too juvenile for the elegant actress. Amanda Peet also stepped out in a curious »
Jack & Jill reunion alert! Sarah Paulson and Amanda Peet have come a long way since their CW sitcom days, but the longtime pals still gave off a hipster-Girls, vintage-and-thrift-shop-lovin' vibe tonight on the red carpet at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards. Paulson was wearing a white, ruffly dress with a petticoat-reminiscent full skirt, a striking contrast to Peet's gothic, long-sleeve, intricately embroidered gown with mesh cut-outs. (Maybe she should have switched with Paulson, a star of American Horror Story: Coven.) Paulson is in the house tonight in support of nominated costar Jessica Lange, and Peet is of course married to Game of Thrones cocreator David Benioff, whose »
Starz Digital Media, the digital and on-demand distributor that’s a division of Starz, will release the pic on digital and VOD platforms in May ahead of a June theatrical release.
Pic is the second written and directed by actor Gregg (“The Avengers,” “Agents of Shield”) after “Choke,” his 2008 adaptation of the Chuck Palahniuk novel. In “Trust Me” he co-stars with young thesp Saxon Sharbino alongside Sam Rockwell (who also appeared in “Choke”), Amanda Peet, Allison Janney, William H. Macy, Molly Shannon and Felicity Huffman.
Dark comedy’s storyline centers on a down-on-his-luck talent agent determined to achieve Hollywood success with a 13-year-old star (Sharbino) he’s discovered. Film was produced by Unified Pictures’ Keith Kjarval, Savage Bunny’s Mary Vernieu and Gregg, »
- Gordon Cox
"Trust Me," a comedy that premiered earlier last year at the Tribeca Film Festival, has just been acquired by Starz Digital Media, the digital distribution subdivision of Starz. Director Clark Gregg, of "The Avengers" and "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D" fame, also stars in the film about a Hollywood agent who finally has a chance at notoriety after discovering a 13-year old child prodigy. The Playlist was able to catch the film in Tribeca. You can read their review of the film here. Read More: 2008 Sundance Film Festival interview with Clark Gregg for debut film "Choke" Starz Digital Media's releases include "Free Samples" starring Jess Weixler, Jason Ritter and Jesse Eisenberg and "Shanghai Calling" with Daniel Henney, Eliza Coupe and Bill Paxton and another Tribeca gem, the upcoming documentary about rock band The National called "Mistaken For Strangers." "Trust Me" stars Sam Rockwell, Amanda Peet, Allison Janney, »
- Eric Eidelstein
Starz Digital Media, the digital distribution unit of Starz, has acquired all U.S. rights to Clark Gregg’s comedy “Trust Me,” the company announced Wednesday. Gregg, who plays Agent Coulson on ABC’s “Agents of Shield” as well as in “The Avengers,” stars alongside Sam Rockwell, Amanda Peet, Allison Janney, William H. Macy, Molly Shannon, Felicity Huffman and Saxon Sharbino. The film premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival and will be released on digital and VOD platforms in May 2014, four weeks before its June theatrical release. Also Read: The National Documentary ‘Mistaken for Strangers’ Getting Theatrical Release in March »
- Jeff Sneider
Starz Digital Media has acquired Us rights to Trust Me from UTA.
The film will go out on digital platforms and VOD in May, one month before the June theatrical debut.
Trust Me premiered at Tribeca 2013 and follows a down-and-out children’s agent who discovers a starlet with enough promise to turn his career around.
Morning news is about to become more dramatic than you ever imagined - and you'll get to watch it all unfold in a new made-for-tv movie. Lifetime is adapting former New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter’s book, Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV, into a television movie. The book chronicles the fierce rivalry between two flagship morning news programs: ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's Today. The story focuses on the intrigue surrounding the 2012 ouster of former Today anchor Ann Curry, who left the show when the NBC stalwart began to lose the ratings race to Gma. »
- Melissa Locker
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