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Runway shows may have come and gone, but the after-effects have major staying power providing us with inspiration for days. In addition to opening our eyes to new makeup trends (like surprisingly wearable two-tone eye shadow), our eyes were plastered on intricate-looking updos, most notably of the throwback, twisted variety. "Twisted hairstyles as seen on the runways are making a big comeback this season," said celeb hairstylist Suzie Kim. At Nyfw we saw roped ponytails at Public School, high twisted-spike buns at Tanya Taylor (shown above) and twisted-down styles at Nicole Miller. With variations of the trend all making the rounds on the heads of celebs like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Zendaya and »
George Miller will be given the Environmental Media Assn. Lifetime Achievement Award Oct. 24.
From the first “Mad Max” in 1979 through this year’s “Mad Max: Fury Road,” Miller’s films often contain messages of eco-concerns. He will be presented the award by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who appears in “Fury Road,” which Miller directed, wrote and produced.
He joins the previously announced honorees: Don Henley (Ema Missions in Music Honoree), Gwyneth Paltrow (Ema Green Parent Award), Kristin Davis (Ema Wildlife Conservation Award), Van Jones (Ema/Greenbiz Global Innovator Award), and Zem & James Joaquin (Ema Corporate Responsibility Award).
The event will take place at the Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank. Paltrow, Davis and the Joaquins are being saluted for their ongoing commitment in raising awareness of environmental issues and inspiring people to take action. Jones is receiving the organization’s inaugural Ema GreenBiz Global Innovator Award for his leadership, leading the efforts of »
- Tim Gray
Director: George Miller
Special Features: Maximum Fury: Filming Fury Road / Mad Max: Fury on Four Wheels / The Road Warriors: Max & Furiosa / The Tools of the Wasteland / The Five Wives: So Shiny, So Chrome / Fury Road: Crash & Smash / Deleted Scenes
‘My world is fire, and blood’ we hear a battle-hardened Tom Hardy croak, as the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Mad Max: Fury Road unfolds on the screen before us. And he’s not wrong – what follows is 120 minutes of gut-wrenching, face-to-the-floor action that drags the viewer along for the ride on what will surely be the most astonishing, relentless, and downright insane film you will see this year.
- Nick Martin
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham were definitely the coolest looking couple at Lax on Friday. Check out the pic ... they look like a duo straight out of an action movie -- something they've both got plenty of experience with. We're guessing neither of them had an issue with anyone getting in the way. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Production got under way last week on Sony's highly-anticipated Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, which will presumably bring this big screen franchise to an end when it hits theaters January 27, 2017. Unfortunately, we have some sad news from Johannesburg, South Africa, with The Sun reporting that stuntwoman/actress Olivia Jackson suffered a horrific accident on the Resident Evil: The Final Chapter set. She has been in an induced coma since Saturday. The stuntwoman suffered head injuries and a punctured lung when a stunt went bad, with Olivia Jackson colliding into a large metal arm. Here's what an unidentified source had to say about the accident.
"It wasn't a very dangerous stunt. She was riding a motorbike in a straight line but due to the scene she had no protective gear or helmet. There is a metal arm which carries the camera along. But it malfunctioned and didn't lift up. It was totally out of her control. »
A British stunt double who worked on Star Wars: The Force Awakens is fighting for her life in hospital after a freak accident on the set of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.
Olivia Jackson, 32, crashed into a metal camera arm whilst shooting a high-speed motorbike chase for the upcoming horror sequel at the weekend.
She has been in an induced coma since Saturday as a result of a punctured lung and head injuries, according to the Daily Mirror.
Jackson has worked as a stunt double for A-list Hollywood stars on several recent blockbusters, including Charlize Theron and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Mad Max: Fury Road and Karen Gillan in Guardians of the Galaxy.
- Tom Beasley
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley says hair dye once ''ruined her life''. The 28-year-old model was desperate to dye her hair when she was younger but has admitted it ended up being a ''disaster''. She shared: ''As for beauty disasters, when I was about 14 I had pestered and pestered my mum to get a box of hair dye with brush-on highlights, and I ended up with two massive peroxide streaks, like a badger. I remember crumbling on to the bathroom floor screaming at my mother, 'You ruined my life!' and sobbing my eyes out. ''At 14, it seemed like the worst thing that could possibly happen to you. I think we bought about 10 boxes of hair dye to try and colour it back and it just ended up a kind of murky red and really damaged. There are no photographs of me for that whole year: my dad could never find photographs of »
When Mad Max: Fury Road hit theaters this May, many were disappointed that it wasn't available in the IMAX 3D format, since IMAX theaters were playing Avengers: Age of Ultron. Now that the summer movie season is over, fans will get to see this action-thriller in the beloved IMAX 3D format for the first time, during a limited one-week engagement starting Friday, September 11. From director George Miller, originator of the post-apocalyptic genre and mastermind behind the legendary Mad Max franchise, comes Mad Max: Fury Road, a return to the world of the Road Warrior, Max Rockatansky.
Haunted by his turbulent past, Mad Max (Tom Hardy) believes the best way to survive is to wander alone. Nevertheless, he becomes swept up with a group fleeing across the Wasteland in a War Rig driven by an elite Imperator, Furiosa (Charlize Theron). They are escaping a Citadel tyrannized by the Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne »
Read More: Review: 'Mad Max: Fury Road' is the Best Action Movie of the Year "Mad Max: Fury Road" is finally racing to where it's always belonged: IMAX. Fresh off winning the Fipresci Grand Prix earlier this week, George Miller's critically acclaimed sequel is being re-released in IMAX 3D theaters across the country starting September 11, giving newbies and diehard fans alike the chance to see every car crash, explosion and catapulting War Boy on the biggest screen imaginable. The action epic stars Tom Hardy in the titular role opposite Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Zoë Kravitz. According to IMAX, "The release of 'Mad Max: Fury Road' will be digitally re-mastered into the image and sound quality of 'An IMAX 3D Experience®' with proprietary IMAX digital re-mastering) technology." Head over to the IMAX website for showtimes. Read More: 'Mad Max »
- Zack Sharf
The federation, comprised of 500 of the world's top critics, will honour Miller its Fipresci Grand Prix 2015..
The award will be presented to the Australian writer/director/producer at the opening ceremony of the 63rd Annual San Sebastián International Film Festival on September 18 in San Sebastian, Spain.
Since its early 2015 release, Mad Max has become one of the best-reviewed films of this or any year, earning a 98 per cent fresh rating on the online review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, which lists Mad Max: Fury Road as the 12th best-reviewed film of all time.
Miller said he was proud of the Aussie cast and crew, "big time".
"Their skill set, their unfailing grace under pressure. This was a tough movie to make. It's so lovely to have our many labours acknowledged in this way. »
- Inside Film Correspondent
No one's immune to those awkward teen beauty blunders, and that includes Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. As a Victoria's Secret Angel alum and all-around bombshell, Rosie's rarely caught in less-than-flattering photos. And apparently, that covers any embarrassing childhood candids as well, because when a home hair dye experiment ended in disaster for the supermodel, she managed to duck out of family photos for more than a year. "When I was about 14 I had pestered and pestered my mum to get a box of hair dye with brush-on highlights, and I ended up with two massive peroxide streaks, like a badger. I remember crumbling on to the bathroom floor screaming at my mother, 'You ruined my life!' and sobbing »
Every so often, and in increasingly rare numbers, a big budget Hollywood extravaganza comes along and negates the crushing conditioned cynicism built into our cinematic receptors. Walking into a franchise reboot of a series that hasn’t received fresh blood in nearly three decades, following a trilogy of films having starred an infamously fallen matinee idol, forecasts were dubious at best for George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road. Premiering out of competition at Cannes just prior to receiving its worldwide premiere, the seventy year old originator of the iconic series defied all expectations to create a beautiful and intense action film, standing as one of the best sequels to arrive in well over a decade. Stuffed with innovative visuals, bloody violence, insanely choreographed car chases and serving a rudimentary feminist allegory coursing through the usual arid bromide of commonly testosterone laced genre, the film is unforgettable testament to the »
- Nicholas Bell
Mad Max: Fury Road is a masterclass in how to make an action movie. Anarchic, over-the-top, wildly ambitious, aesthetically insane and absorbing from first frame to last, it’s a post-apocalyptic masterpiece that hits you like a runaway train. But even as the visuals more than live up to the adjectives of the title, with cacophonous, vividly rendered battle sequences that outdo perhaps any road movie in history, it’s also a savagely intelligent watch, packed with fascinatingly complicated characters, a fierce feminist thrust, an unusually well-realized setting and a deceptively simple narrative that just plain works on every level.
Audiences should be advised, however, that Mad Max is not the movie they might think it is – instead, it’s an infinitely better one. This isn’t a direct sequel to the Mel Gibson-led predecessors, nor is it really Max’s movie. Yes, the Road Warrior plays a central role, »
- Isaac Feldberg
Get the details on Sandra Bullock's new man - Us Weekly Who's set to perform on the VMAs red carpet? - HuffPost Celebrity The latest update on Michael Fassbender's relationship - Lainey Gossip Harry Styles speaks out for a very important, surprising cause - Dlisted Even in a makeup-free selfie, Beyoncé runs the world - Et Rosie Huntington-Whiteley describes her sheltered upbringing - JustJared Emma Watson is looking more and more flawless - Hollywood Tuna Kelly Clarkson's latest cover will blow your mind - Pink Is the New Blog Lindsay Lohan had quite the rough night at a wedding - The Superficial Bask in Lana Del Rey's new video - popbytes »
Darryl Dawkins is dead at age 58, sources say - Us Weekly Katy Perry steals the show, even when she's not performing - HuffPost Celebrity Here's how Greta Gerwig fares in her new movie - Lainey Gossip Is he Ok?! Usain Bolt gets knocked over by a Segway - Dlisted What Hollywood does that insults the Lgbt Community - Et Look who bumped into Rihanna at dinner! - JustJared Rosie Huntington-Whiteley even makes workouts look fierce - Hollywood Tuna Mariah Carey will release . . . a children's book? - Pink Is the New Blog Ariana Grande heats up the stage in Indonesia - The Superficial »
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Mad Max: Fury Road 3-D Blu-ray, 2-D Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD Warner Home Video 2015 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 120 min. / Street Date March 24, 2015 / 44.95 Starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Josh Helman, Nathan Jones, Zoöe Kravitz, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Riley Keough, Abbey Lee, Courtney Eaton, John Howard, Richard Carter, Iota, Angus Sampson, Jennifer Hagan, Megan Gale, Melissa Jaffer. Cinematography John Seale Editor Margaret Sixel Original Music Tom Holkenborg Written by George Miller, Brendan McCarthy, Nick Lathouris Produced by George Miller, Doug Mitchell, P.J. Voten Directed by »
- Glenn Erickson
From director George Miller, originator of the post-apocalyptic genre and mastermind behind the legendary “Mad Max” franchise, comes “Mad Max: Fury Road,” a return to the world of the Road Warrior, Max Rockatansky. Haunted by his turbulent past, Mad Max believes the best way to survive is to wander alone. Nevertheless, he becomes swept up with a group fleeing across the Wasteland in a War Rig driven by an elite Imperator, Furiosa. They are escaping a Citadel tyrannized by the Immortan Joe, from whom something irreplaceable has been taken. Enraged, the Warlord marshals all his gangs and pursues the rebels ruthlessly in the high-octane Road War that follows. Mad Max: Fury Road featured: Director: George Miller Tom Hardy as Max Rockatansky Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa Nicholas Hoult as Nux Hugh Keays-Byrne as Immortan Joe Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as The Splendid Angharad Riley Keough as Capable Zoë Kravitz as Toast the »
Guy Ritchie made it a family affair at the New York premiere of "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." on Monday night. The director hit the red carpet in style with his two oldest sons, Rocco Ritchie and David Banda, and his new wife, Jacqui Ainsley. The boys both looked dapper for their dad's big night. Rocco sported a crisp, white button-down, navy pants and white sneakers while his younger brother opted for a classic black suit with a black shirt. Rocco, who turns 15 today, and David, 9, are Ritchie's kids with ex-wife Madonna. Before jetsetting to the Big Apple for the premiere, the kids watched their father marry Ainsley in Wiltshire, England on July 30. The model, who is mom to the newlyweds' three kids, Rafael, 3, Rivka, 2, and Levi, 13 months, looked beyond beautiful in a sheer, caped Temperley gown. Ritchie matched his bride in white pants and a blue suit jacket. The pair »
- tooFab Staff
Wow! Have we seen some unexpected things at the cinema this year! Shocking movie scenes are the things of legend. When they happen, they can make the film a "must see" or a "must leave." Quite simply, they are the thing that oftentimes get us to fork over our hard earned loot. And other times, they have us closing our eyes, squirming in our chair, or reaching for that empty popcorn bag to use as a vomit catcher!
Despite how many times we see a shocking scene, we never grow tired of them. Sure, not every movie can be The Crying Game or The Sixth Sense, but many times we will settle for merely a 'good' shock simply because so few films have them. As any discerning movie watcher will tell you, a shocking moment in and of itself isn't enough to make a movie good. However, if it works »
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