8 items from 2015
If you did not pack high heels or the correct type of tuxedo (bowties only, no regular ties), then 2015 film festival was “No Cannes Do For You.” From secret screenings to jam-packed appearances by Hollywood royalty and British royalty, Here’s The Party Report’s tour through the best parties at the Cannes Film Festival. Also Read: Cannes: Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara Drama 'Carol' Wins Queer Palm Award Georgina Chapman squates for a chat with Duchess Fergie at amfAR on Thursday night, as Zoe Kravitz, Marion Cotillard, and Michael Fassbender wrangle some paperwork. (Sarah Ferguson) What’s the »
- Mikey Glazer
The annual presentation to media and industry members featured a handful of films that will premiere at Cannes in the coming days: Todd Haynes' 1950s drama Carol and a Macbeth adaption with Michael Fassbender andMarion Cotillard. One of the Cannes festival jury members, Jake Gyllenhaal, was also on hand to preview his boxing drama with director Antoine Fuqua: Southpaw.
But probably the most anticipated, previously unseen film among the Weinstein Co.'s offerings was a two-minute trailer of Tarantino's latest. In the footage, the snowy, gun-blazing Western evoked Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs in its gathering of a group of tough characters. Its large cast includes a number of familiar Tarantino players: Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Tim Roth, »
- Cineplex.com and contributors
Harvey Weinstein will not be charged in an incident in which a 22-year-old Italian model claimed he groped her during a meeting in Tribeca on March 27, prosecutors said on Friday.
“This case was taken seriously from the outset, with a thorough investigation conducted by our Sex Crimes Unit,” said Joan Vollero, spokeswoman for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. “After analyzing the available evidence, including multiple interviews with both parties, a criminal charge is not supported.”
Police questioned Weinstein the day after the alleged incident. The woman accused the Weinstein Co. boss of touching her breasts and hips, police confirmed. The Daily News, which broke the story, reported that the incident took place at around 6 p.m. Friday at the Tribeca Film Center. The Daily News later reported that police arranged for the woman to later call Weinstein and confront him about the incident.
Weinstein is a towering figure in the film world. »
- Ted Johnson and Ramin Setoodeh
Police questioned Harvey Weinstein after the indie studio chief allegedly groped a 22-year-old woman in Tribeca on Friday, a NYPD spokesman confirmed to Variety.
The woman accused the Weinstein Co. boss of touching her breasts and hips, police confirmed. The Daily News, which broke the story, reported that the incident took place at around 6 p.m. Friday at the Tribeca Film Center.
But another source told Variety that there were no official events held at the Tribeca Film Center on Friday night, and the Weinstein Co. shares office space with Tribeca Enterprises. Police could not immediately confirm if the alleged assault took place at Weinstein’s offices or in another part of the building.
An investigation is ongoing and no charges have been filed. Neither the district attorney’s office nor the Weinstein Co. responded to requests for comment. Weinstein is expected to attend the New York premiere of his »
- Brent Lang and Ramin Setoodeh
She wears her sunglasses at night! Just like she does in the front row of every fashion show ever, the ever-so-stylish Anna Wintour sported her trademark sunglasses inside the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood during the 87th Academy Awards show on Sunday, Feb. 22. Vogue's editor-in-chief, 65, who was seated between her daughter Bee Schaffer and power couple Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman, was snapped by eagle-eyed Oscars attendees wearing her sunglasses and elegantly clapping during the show. Us Weekly observers noticed Wintour interacting with multiple A-listers like [...] »
The avant-garde challenge—the challenge where designers go big or go home—is finally here on Project Runway All Stars season 4. It seems that Michelle received inspiration for this week in a Progresso soup commercial. (Seriously, watch that linked video and tell me I'm wrong.) On the runway, judges Alyssa Milano, Isaac Mizrahi, and Georgina Chapman—along with guest judge Nicole Scherzinger—critique the design, in this exclusive clip. »
- Dalene Rovenstine
After the show, it's the afterparty! A-listers gathered at Harvey Weinstein's annual Golden Globes bash on Sunday, and there was no shortage of fun candid moments. Kate Hudson chatted it up with Marchesa designer - and wife of Harvey Weinstein - Georgina Chapman, while Harvey himself was surrounded with a bevy of beauties like Lorde, Taylor Swift, Jaime King, and Danielle Haim. As Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan hit the dance floor, Jennifer Lopez stayed close to her red carpet date and The Boy Next Door costar Ryan Guzman, and Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne got cheeky across the room. Big Eyes' Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz fought over a cheeseburger, and Helen Mirren snacked on french fries; nearby, Jake Gyllenhaal chilled with 50 Cent, and Will Arnett held Ricky Gervais in his arms like a little baby. You won't believe how much fun these celebs had - scroll »
Here comes the bride, all dressed in…Marchesa! E! News has confirmed that Cameron Diaz wore a wedding dress designed by Georgina Chapman and Karen Craig when she exchanged "I dos" with Benji Madden at her Beverly Hills home on Monday, January 5. According to an insider The Other Woman actress actually wore two bridal gowns on her big day. Cameron's choice of designer is yet another shock in a surprise wedding full of, well, surprises. The Sex Tape actress hasn't often opted for Marchesa on the red carpet. In fact, the last time she did appears to be in 2007 (see photo below). That being said, Marchesa is still a popular choice for celebs when it comes to their wedding dresses. »
8 items from 2015
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