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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel welcomed Silas Randall Timberlake into the world in April 2015, but we've only seen a few glimpses of him since. When he stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Justin revealed two heart-meltingly new photos of his little guy. This isn't the first time we've seen Silas, of course - Justin also posted a cute photo during the NBA playoffs and shared an adorable snap on Father's Day. One thing's for sure, though: we still need more, because Justin's already proving to be one of the cutest dads in Hollywood. Keep scrolling to see all the photos we've seen so far. »
- Ryan Roschke
Mornings are child's play for "Mama Bear" Jessica Biel and the fun goes on and on and on and on... The 33-year-old actress appears in a new photo with her and husband Justin Timberlake's baby boy Silas, their only child, which was posted on the Instagram page of the lifestyle email newsletter theSkimm Thursday with the caption, "Well good morning @JessicaBiel." Biel is seen playing with their son, holding him over her shoulder with his dangling feet facing the camera. He is dressed in a striped outfit and his face is not shown. Biel looks like she just finished washing her hair, wearing a towel over her head and a white tank top. She »
Sara Hemrajani on Hollywood’s love affair with its Golden Age…
Since there’s no business like show business, it’s unsurprising that one of Hollywood’s favourite topics is itself. The recent wave of award nominations for Trumbo, including a best actor Oscar nod for Bryan Cranston, is fresh evidence of the industry’s fascination with the so-called Golden Age.
In Trumbo, Cranston plays real-life writer Dalton Trumbo who was jailed and blacklisted for his ties to the American Communist Party. Despite the ban, Trumbo and his peers managed to flout the system using pseudonyms and support from eager filmmakers. He went on to write screenplays for classics such as Roman Holiday and Spartacus.
Following swiftly in its steps is Hail, Caesar!, the Coen brothers’ throwback to the glossy studio pictures of the 1940s. The trailer reveals characters reminiscent of Gene Kelly and Esther Williams, as well as producer »
- Sara Hemrajani
The distributor said on Thursday it had picked up the only authorised independent documentary on Tiffany & Co, Crazy About Tiffany’s.
Gravitas Ventures will release the film in the Us and Canada in select theatres and on demand on February 19, one day after special presentations via Tugg.
Crazy About Tiffany’s is part of a North American home entertainment package that Gravitas Ventures has licensed to FilmRise. The other titles are: Peace Officer, Requiem For The American Dream, The Kids Menu, Raven’s Touch, Last Man On The Moon, Why I’m Not On Facebook and Band Of Robbers. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
Gravitas Ventures has acquired the documentary “Crazy About Tiffany’s” and plans to release the film in theaters and on VOD on Feb. 19.
“Crazy About Tiffany’s” covers the brand’s history, exploring how a simple New York City jewelry store, which opened its doors in 1837, has woven itself into the American culture and consciousness to become a global phenomenon. It includes interviews with Jessica Biel, Katie Couric, Baz Luhrmann and stylists Kate Young and Rachel Zoe.
The documentary is also being released on Feb. 18 through Tugg, the web-based platform that allows consumers to bring movies to their own local theater for fan or group screenings.
“After three years of being afforded a rare glimpse behind the scenes at Tiffany, I’m thrilled to get this film out there, »
- Dave McNary
Read More: Watch: Baz Luhrmann's 'The Get Down' Trailer Beautifully Blends '70s Soul Music and Modern Struggles Ever since it was immortalized by Audrey Hepburn over half a century ago, Tiffany & Co. remains the ultimate ideal in luxury and high fashion, both in New York City and around the world. However, few know what it is really like behind the scenes, but a brand new documentary is here to put all questions to rest. Directed by Matthew Miele ("Harry Benson: Shoot First"), "Crazy About Tiffany's" has been acquired by distributor Gravitas Ventures, who plans to release the film in select theaters and VOD on February 19. The film digs deep into the history and legacy of the famed jewelry store. It's impact on pop culture is covered through interviews with Baz Luhrmann Jessica Biel, Katie Couric and celebrity stylists Kate Young and Rachel Zoe. "It’s a »
- Mike Lown
Marie Claire hosted its first-ever Image Maker Awards at the Chateau Marmont in La on Tuesday night, drawing a bevy of gorgeous stars, along with the men and women who make it all possible. Lupita Nyong'o stormed the red carpet in a navy skintight dress, while Kristen Stewart looked effortlessly sexy in a sparkly outfit. Also on hand for the event was Suki Waterhouse, as well as Nina Dobrev, who once again arrived solo after reuniting with her former flame Ian Somerhalder over the weekend. Inside, Jessica Biel met up with pal Jennifer Garner, who looked like a real-life angel in a pale blue dress. Keep reading to see more highlights from the star-studded evening. »
- Monica Sisavat
Timberlake will also serve as executive music producer for the DreamWorks Animation film, which is based on the famous, frizzy-haired toys. "I have always envisioned bringing the two worlds of film and music together for one epic event," Timberlake said in a statement.
In the movie, Timberlake will voice Branch, previously described by the studio as "a hardcore survivalist who hides his surprising true colors. »
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