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Celebs who step out at today's Billboard Latin Music Awards in steamy Miami aren't going to get a little thing like humidity get in the way of red carpet-ready hair. And when the weather turns muggy this summer, neither should we. Even though humid weather can cause straight hair to go flat, and curly hair to expand and frizz as the day progresses, E! Style Collective member and celebrity hairstylist Marc Mena has the remedy. To keep your hair photo-ready—even if that means just taking selfies by the pool—try these pro-styling tips. Hydrate beforehand: If your vacation takes you to tropical parts this summer, like Emily Blunt seen here in Miami, get ahead of the hair curve by prepping for the »
No desire to dress the devil! Fashion designer Miuccia Prada gave her two cents on the popular 2003 book The Devil Wears Prada and its big-screen adaptation in a new interview with Italian publication Corriere della Sera this week. Prada, 65, was fully aware of author Lauren Weisberger's fashion tale and the inclusion of her brand's name in the title. She was hardly a fan of the book, and was even more wary of the 2006 movie, which starred Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt, and, Stanley [...] »
Speaking in an interview with John Hazelton in Screen and Telefilm Canada’s Cannes Special supplement due out in May, Villeneuve admits the prospect of tackling a Blade Runner sequel was intimidating.
“Let’s say it wasn’t an easy decision to make,” he said, “because I’m a massive Blade Runner fan, it’s one of my favourite movies.”
The director of Prisoners and Enemy added: “I was massively influenced, like a lot of people, by this movie. And Ridley Scott is a master.
“So I’m going there with a great amount of humility and a great amount of deep joy. And I know I can do it.”
Tom Cruise's latest blockbuster, the critically acclaimed Edge of Tomorrow, got off to a somewhat rocky start at the box office before picking itself up and becoming one of last summer's most welcome sleeper hits grossing over $369M at the worldwide box office. The Doug Liman-directed film, which also co-starred the very talented Emily Blunt, went on to reach an even wider audience when it hit home video, debuting at #1, and managing to make a killing in home video sales raking in another $25-30M. Check out the brand new featurette, which gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the film's epic final battle that featured Cage, Vrataski, and the J-Squad infiltrating the ruins of the Louvre to hunt down the Omega, below: Oscar nominee Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt star in Warner Bros. Pictures' and Village Roadshow Pictures' sci-fi thriller "Edge of Tomorrow," under the direction of Doug Liman. »
While Canadian director Denis Villeneuve is no stranger to the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, having had many titles from his back catalogue screen there, his upcoming effort – Sicario – is something of a watershed, being his first feature-length film to be selected to screen in competition during the event. The film – about Mexican drug cartels – will have a wider release on September 18th, and stars Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro.
The most recent films from Villeneuve include the critically acclaimed Prisoners and Enemy, and the successful director recently spoke to The Montreal Gazette on hearing the announcement of the selection of Sicario, expressing confidence in his latest work.
“It’s my best film yet. It’s the most ambitious in terms of scope. It’s also my most accessible film yet. I take total responsibility for it – whether people like it or not. I had absolute total freedom on the film, »
- Sarah Myles
If you were to ask anyone around The Playlist watercooler what their most anticipated film at the Cannes Film Festival is, you'd likely hear Denis Villeneuve's "Sicario" crop up more than once. "Prisoners" and "Enemy" were very well admired around these parts (and of course, elsewhere too) and the director himself is feeling very confident about his latest work. “It’s my best film yet,” he said at a press conference earlier this month, following the announcement his film had made it into Cannes (via The Montreal Gazette). “It’s the most ambitious in terms of scope. It’s also my most accessible film as well.” It's "...a very dark film, a dark poem, quite violent,” he added, when speaking recently with The Guardian. Starring Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, and Benicio del Toro, "Sicario" centers on a female cop (Blunt) and two male Delta Force rangers who cross from »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Denis Villeneuve offered just a taste of what to expect for his latest in The Guardian on Friday. "Sicario," slang for hitman, stars Emily Blunt as an FBI agent and Josh Brolin as the CIA official who lead the charge against a horrific drug lord on the streets of Juarez, just outside El Paso, Texas. Tasked with doing the deed is Benicio del Toro's titular assassin. Villeneuve said: “a very dark film, a dark poem, quite violent... It’s about the alienation of the cycles of violence, how at one point we are in those spirals of violence and ask ourselves, ‘Is there a solution?' My movie raises the question; it doesn’t give any answer.” It will be hard to avoid comparisons to Steven Soderbergh's powerful "Traffic," del Toro's 2001 best supporting actor winner that also dwelled in the far-reaching runoff of the Mexican-American drug trade. Villeneuve »
- Ryan Lattanzio
NBC announced Thursday that it will air “Red Nose Day,” a live three-hour event to raise money for children living in poverty in both the U.S. and abroad. The event will feature a number of A-list celebrities, videos produced by comedy site Funny or Die and musical performances from some of today’s biggest artists. Celebrities slated to appear include: Will Ferrell; Jennifer Hudson; Jack Black; John Krasinski; Emily Blunt; Michelle Rodriguez; and Gwyneth Paltrow. See Photos: The Faces of Pilot Season 2015 In addition, the following musicians will appear at the event: Sam Smith; John Legend; and “Voice” coaches Adam Levine, »
- Joe Otterson
"Lip Sync Battle," the Spike TV series based on the celebrity lip-sync duels from Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show," is officially renewed for a second season. Lip-syncing is always good for a silly viral moment, but let's not forget that there's a semi-serious art to doing it well. And while we're at it, let's point out that "RuPaul's Drag Race" is the real HQ for lip-sync sorcery on cable. The premise of "Lip Sync Battle" is that a bunch of celebrities acting like drunken karaoke acts is a riot. Sometimes the juxtaposition of a movie star and a pop song is very funny: Take, for instance, Paul Rudd's seriously impressive work with Tina Turner's "Better Be Good to Me" on "The Tonight Show." Not only did he memorize Turner's every spastic vocal moment, he also lived up to her grit with an impassioned performance. It was comedy, but »
- Louis Virtel
Adapted from Jimmy Fallon’s recurring Tonight Show game, Lip Sync Battle pits A-list celebrities against each other as they mouth the lyrics to famous songs. Its April 2 series premiere drew 2.2 million total viewers, giving Spike its largest audience ever for an unscripted series debut.
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“Lip Sync Battle is a television and viral rock star for Spike,” network president »
Season two will consist of 20 new episodes, slated to debut in 2016.
“’Lip Sync Battle’ is a television and viral rock star for Spike,” said Kevin Kay, president of Spike. “We are thrilled to be renewing ‘Lip Sync Battle,’ whose success is a direct result of the brilliance and creativity of our producers, the brave performers and, of course, the coolest new duo on television, LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen.”
The first season, which has boosted Spike’s exposure both in the television landscape and digital arena, has welcomed the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Emily Blunt, John Legend, Common, the Rock, Justin Bieber, John Krasinski dressed in drag and Anne Hathaway on a wrecking ball.
The series, which launched as a spinoff to Jimmy Fallon’s popular “Late Show” segment, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Now that he’s been booked to helm a Blade Runner sequel that may star Ryan Gosling along with Harrison Ford, it’s fair to say that Prisoners director Denis Villeneuve has officially arrived. But the French-Canadian auteur has really been stunning critics ever since his Oscar-nominated breakout Incendies back in 2010, and the general public is just a little late to the party. Before he heads into blockbuster territory for that sequel, though, Villeneuve will unveil a smaller but also exciting project: drug trafficking thriller Sicario.
Lionsgate just unveiled the first official image from the film, which stars Emily Blunt, Benicio del Toro, Josh Brolin, Jon Bernthal and Victor Garber. Honestly, that cast alone would be enough to get most cinephiles in line for a ticket, but what’s really exciting about Sicario (other than that it’s that rare actioner that’s led by a strong female character, a »
- Isaac Feldberg
In case you were wondering, yes, Chris Hemsworth is still ridiculously good looking. The hunky Hollywood star was spotted in all of his rugged glory while shooting scenes on set of The Huntsman in the United Kingdom yesterday. Dressed in full costume, the actor gave cameras a well-executed hands-on-the-hip pose while totally nailing the whole sun-in-the-eyes stare. Or maybe the sun was actually in his eyes. It seemed like a very bright day. Either way, Chris Hemsworth looks gooooood. Also spotted on set was his gorgeous co-star Jessica Chastain, who flashed an ear-to-ear smile while chatting with another castmate on set. The film, which also stars Charlize Theron and Emily Blunt, is a prequel to »
Marvel Studios confirmed Perlman and LeFauve as writers for their 2018 superhero epic earlier today (April 20).
Marvel announces Phase 3 slate through 2019: Everything you need to know
The duo were reported to be the studio's top choice for Captain Marvel late last week.
Marvel's announcement made referee to the movie being Carol Danvers's "first solo cinematic adventure", but did not in fact confirm that it will be her first overall appearance on the big screen.
Are there enough female superhero movies? Cosplayers have their say
Carol Danvers was called Ms Marvel and Binary prior taking up the mantel of Captain Marvel.
Captain Marvel opens in cinemas »
Fresh off the announcement that the film will have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, Lionsgate has unveiled the first Sicario image from Prisoners and Enemy director Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming dramatic actioner. Penned by Taylor Sheridan, the story takes place near the U.S.-Mexico border and stars Emily Blunt as an idealistic FBI agent who is enlisted by members of a government task force (Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro) to take out a Mexican cartel boss. This is one of my most anticipated films of the year for a number of reasons. First off, female-led action films are rare, and Emily Blunt is incredible. Secondly, while I wasn’t blown away by Prisoners, I thought Villeneuve’s Enemy was superb. And thirdly, freaking Roger Deakins is the cinematographer, reuniting with Villeneuve after Prisoners. He’s simply the most masterful director of photography working today, and »
- Adam Chitwood
As if we needed another reason to love John Krasinski. The former Office star and Emily Blunt's other half took on Anna Kendrick on the latest episode Spike TV's Lip Sync Battle, which aired on Thursday night (Krasinski is an executive producer of the show). "Jimmy Fallon thinks he's a real good friend of Justin Timberlake's, but he ain't this good of a friend" the actor told host LL Cool J before adding, "Because I'm doing 'Bye Bye Bye'" Cue Krasinski lip syncing for his life to the 2000 hit while performing spot-on marionette moves—and giving the boybanders a run for their »
We're in week three of Spike TV's biggest hit ever, and Lip Sync Battle isn't losing any momentum. This episode brings executive producer John Krasinski in against little Anna Kendrick, which means Vulture is back again for our post-match analysis of who lip-synced it best. Was John Krasinski's cross-dressing performance as Tina Turner enough to beat Anna Kendrick? Roll the tapes!Battle 1: John Krasinski's "Bye Bye Bye" vs. Anna Kendrick's "Steal My Girl" Anna Kendrick knows how to build a performance and embody a character. You can see it even in this somewhat subdued performance of One Direction's "Steal My Girl." That said, the entire performance is really all about the joke that she's stealing Krasinski's wife Emily Blunt, which is fine, but the best way to dis someone in a lip-sync battle is to win it. Krasinski, meanwhile, hits allll the millennial nostalgia »
- E. Alex Jung
Of all the ridiculous teen-pop choreography from the Trl era, the puppet dancing from N'Sync's "Bye Bye Bye" video could be the most (in)famous. John Krasinski paid tribute to Justin Timberlake and company's 2000 hit during Thursday's Lip Sync Battle, mouthing the words with zeal as he mimicked every last move.
"Jimmy Fallon thinks he's a real good friend with Justin Timberlake," the actor says to open the above clip. "But he ain't this good a friend 'cause I'm doing 'Bye Bye Bye.'" Donning a wireless microphone headset, Krasinski »
It was battle of the boy bands in John Krasinski and Anna Kendrick's episode of Lip Sync Battle last night. While Anna made it all about John's wife, Emily Blunt, during her performance of One Direction's "Steal My Girl," John threw it back a few decades - complete with a microphone headset - and performed *Nsync's hit "Bye Bye Bye." While his dance moves were amazing in their own right, Anna managed to steal the show when she had a video montage of Emily play during her performance, which caused John to completely lose it, laughing as Anna ripped open her top to reveal a t-shirt with Emily's face on it. Check out the hilarious battle above, and then relive Anne Hathaway's headline-making "Wrecking Ball" performance from last week's episode. »
(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you haven’t watched Thursday’s episode of “Lip Sync Battle.”) Anna Kendrick and John Krasinski were the latest stars to go head-to-head on Spike’s “Lip Sync Battle” on Thursday. The former “Office” actor kicked off the show with a boy band favorite as he crooned to Nsync’s “Bye Bye Bye,” while wearing Justin Timberlake’s signature headset microphone. Kendrick came back hard, however, with a “song from her heart” as she lip synced One Direction‘s “Steal My Girl” while serenading a video montage of none other than Emily Blunt, »
- Debbie Emery
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