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The Venice Film Festival is under way in Italy! Kirsten Dunst, Lena Dunham, and Kate Mara got together for a Miu Miu event on Thursday, while Andrew Garfield promoted his project on Friday. Emma Stone attended the famed festival to premiere Birdman, which also stars Michael Keaton and Edward Norton, and sported a shorter hairstyle for the stop. Keep scrolling for more shots of celebrities at the Venice Film Festival, and be sure to check back over the weekend for more stars! »
This week, Rihanna shows off her modeling skills while on a yacht, Vin Diesel looks like an angel in his latest profile pic and Chrissy Teigen gets hair extensions! And, Hilary Duff takes a private helicopter from Los Angeles to San Diego for an interview, Nicki Minaj shows off her assets in her latest seflie and Lena Dunham proves that only Beyonce can wake up looking like a queen. Plus, John Stamos shows off his ridiculously ripped abs, Miley Cyrus' baby pig and pup play together and Kelly Osbourne hangs with 50 Cent! Click "Launch Gallery" above to see these stars' personal pics and see even more celeb candids in this week's best celebrity TwitPics! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
A cotton candy explosion, bedazzled body chains and a busy bodysuit -- stars are rocking all the wrong trends this week!Lena Dunham just loves a unique look, but she earned the top spot on our worst dressed this week for sporting this wacky ensemble at the 2014 Emmy Awards. The "Girls" star looks like a cake topper in this kooky, mismatched pink confection ... though we do like her new 'do.Amber Rose shocked us all at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night, when she showed up wearing a full-body chain and matching metallic thong. We can't help but be reminded of Rose McGowan's infamous sheer "dress" that she wore to the 1998 VMAs when she went with Marilyn Manson. This nearly-naked look needs to stay in the 90's!And, Taylor Swift usually stuns on the red carpet, but her MTV VMAs look was less than stellar this year. »
- tooFab Staff
As a wise man, and a tedious load of students on their Gap Year application forms, once said, ‘be the change you wish to see in the world’. Via Kickstarter, filmmaker Gillian Robespierre has done just that. Judging modern mainstream romantic comedies with their one-note women and contrived resolutions to be unfit for purpose, she’s made Obvious Child - a very funny, often filthy, genuinely romantic comedy.
There’s nothing pixie-like, or dream girl-ish about Obvious Child’s lead Donna (Saturday Night Live and Parks & Recreation’s Jenny Slate), she’s more raucous imp. A Brooklyn stand-up and book clerk specialising in crude, confessional comedy, we first meet Donna on stage and mid-flow on the subject of vaginal cream cheese, farting and “getting banged out” by her boyfriend. This isn’t a Katherine Heigl movie, »
Look, we can't all be Beyoncé. Lena Dunham proved that notion when she shared an unflattering selfie via Instagram Friday. After a day of press events with Kate Mara in Venice, Italy, the platinum blond Girls actress woke up looking a little worse for wear. "Is this what Beyoncé was singing about?" asked Dunham, her makeup smeared. (She was, of course, referring to the song "***Flawless.") Dunham added that it's "pretty depressing that this look isn't even fueled by one ounce of alcohol." The 28-year-old star also poked fun at her appearance on Twitter, writing, " Realizing I have some of the very specific physical attributes of a woman on trial »
Blake Lively got stung by bees before her 27th birthday - Us Weekly What did Angelina Jolie wear on her wedding day? - People You'll never guess which star has gone nude again - HuffPost Celebrity Jessica Alba is on top of the world - Lainey Gossip Kristen Stewart is blaming past costars for her "bad acting" - Dlisted Ashlee Simpson is getting married this weekend - Et The iPhone 6 gets an announcement date - Pink Is the New Blog Lena Dunham and Allison Williams jet out of Lax - JustJared Will Forte's beard is a little out of control - BuzzFeed Were the Beyoncé and Jay Z divorce rumors all a hoax? - The Superficial Amber Heard goes topless for a magazine spread - Hollywood Tuna »
After looking at musicians, cinematographers, actors, actresses and screenwriters, there was only one natural place to go with our On The Rise series: directors. After all, film is still an auteur's medium, and the director is the one who hires all of the above, stitching together the various elements to create a final product that only they could have made. One of the things that gets us up in the morning with this job is the idea of discovering new and talented filmmakers, and every year brings a huge selection, which we've winnowed down to twelve for the list below. Who joins our previous picks, which have included Ryan Coogler, Ava DuVernay, David Lowery, Morten Tyldum, Gareth Evans, Justin Kurzel, Adam Wingard and Colin Trevorrow? Find out below, and let us know your picks in the comments section. Catch up with all our On The Rise pieces here Desiree Akhavan »
- The Playlist Staff
If blondes have more fun, then do platinum blondes have even more fun? Dianna Agron decided to lighten up last night, and posted a picture on Twitter of her new platinum blond bob. "Midnight makeovers. @davestanwell makes it happen," she captioned the pic, calling out her hairstylist David Stanwell. Usually our late-night decisions involve making a plate of nachos, but Dianna's midnight move is so much chicer. The Glee star is known for being a blonde, but her new platinum hue and her above-the-chin cut is the perfect mix of edgy and sweet. Dianna is also in good company, with a slew of stars recently going for a blond bob. Lena Dunham got a platinum bowl cut earlier this month, which »
In the second episode of Season One of Mad Men, one of the copywriters is showing the agency to a new secretary, trying to impress her: “You know . . . there are women copywriters!” he claims. – “Good ones?” – “Sure,” he says. “I mean, you can always tell when a woman is writing copy. But sometimes she may be the right man for the job, you know?” Not much has changed since the days depicted in Mad Men. Or at least, not enough. This is still a man’s world – and sometimes a woman will get a writing job not because she is “the right man for the job” but because she is a woman.
In the writers’ rooms I have worked in it was usually myself and a bunch of guys. So I was in charge of the female perspective – and I did not want to be that. I knew that what »
- Christina Kallas
On the Parks and Recreation set in Pasadena, Calif., Poehler was dressed up in a strapless purple gown. Scott, meanwhile, donned a crisp white shirt with a pair of dark dress pants. Both sporting sunglasses, Poehler walked about the set with a coffee in hand, while Scott was staying hydrated with water.
Poehler and Scott were filming scenes for a the latest Parks & Recreation wedding – which could be between Ann (Rashida Jones) and Chris (Rob Lowe). Regardless, it looks like Leslie Knope (Poehler) will be one of the bridesmaids.
Poehler At the Emmys
The red carpet at the Emmys was jam-packed with stars from our favorite shows, like Orange Is the New Black and Girls. We got a chance to catch up with Laverne Cox, Uzo Aduba, and Lena Dunham, who all had very touching stories to share. Who was your favorite celeb on the red carpet? On Allison- BCBGMaxAzria, courtesy of Rent the Runway On Lindsay- Sissae Quipao »
If you think Lena Dunham's afraid of a few critical assessments of her colorful Emmys gown, think again. The Girls creator just released an excerpt from her upcoming memoir that recounts her battle with anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder, and her many fears while growing up as a hypochondriac and germophobe. The 28-year-old's $3.5 million book, Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's Learned, won't be available until September 30, but fans and critics can get a peek at the project in The New Yorker now. Dunham has shared a significant chunk of her deeply personal story with the periodical. »
- Kelli Bender, @kbendernyc
Lena Dunham's boyfriend Jack Antonoff is used to the Girls star changing up her hair color and styles. So it's no wonder the singer is digging her new platinum blond bowl cut. "He's really supportive of all my weird hair whams," Dunham told me on the Emmys red carpet. "He's been very kind about it." But he's also been quite mischievous. "He kept doing weird tests to see if I've gotten stupider once my hair was blonde, like he was trying to get me to add quickly," Dunham said. "But I'm Ok because I could never do math to begin with." As for her pink and red tulle Emmy gown by Giambattista Valli that has caused lots of chatter, »
There's usually one at every awards show—a gown so ridiculous, over-the-top or ill-fitting that you make the immediate "worst dressed" call. Well, let 2014 be remembered as the year that there were two. Both Lena Dunham and Sarah Paulson caused us to do the wrong kind of double take. We're not surprised to see the Girls star in something so...out there, but the American Horror Story: Coven actress is having a Style 180! and Hot Mess Alert! moment at the exact same time. Unfortunately (or thank god), there can only be one "worst." Is the HBO darling in her pajama top and pink peacock bottom? The Giambattista Valli design boasts many elements of a poorly chosen dress: terrible fit, terrible »
Well hear we are the day after the 66th Emmy Awards... or was it the 65th? or 62nd? or 60? It gets so hard to tell what with their refusal to spread the wealth. This number may not be 100% accurate but from my rough calculations anyone/anything who won Emmys last night had, on average, two previous statues.
No matter how great any one performance or show is, is it seems downright criminal to only honor that one thing. Think of how many people couldn't have Emmys for acting because of, say, Bryan Cranston's 5 statues for Walter White. I wish more voters would think of it that way. There's no argument among anybody who has watched it, even off and on like myself, that he didn't do great work but is his work 5 times greater than Jon Hamm's best work as Don Draper? 3 times greater than Michael C Hall's work as Dexter? »
- NATHANIEL R
After the show, it's the after-party ... and last night, there were quite a few of them around town!When the three hour Emmy telecast ended on Monday, stars divided and conquered a number of different celebrations around Los Angeles.Many winners made their first stop at the Governors Ball, which was held right next to the ceremony itself at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Guests at the swanky event included the cast of "Breaking Bad," Julianna Margulies, Stephen Colbert, Claire Danes, Mark Ruffalo and many more.Videos: The 6 Can't-Miss Moments from the Emmy AwardsBut the real action went down once the stars high-tailed it to the network bashes.Judging by the photos alone, the HBO soiree at the Pacific Design Center was the place to be. With boyfriend Joe Manganiello nowhere to be seen, Sofia Vergara was spotted getting down with Derek Hough on the dance floor -- and having »
- tooFab Staff
It was night of hits and misses! The 2014 Primetime Emmys brought out some equally amazing and terrible red carpet looks -- and there are definitely a few stars who need to look for new stylists, Asap. Photos: 2014 Emmy Awards -- Red Gowns Rule the Red Carpet!We're not sure what Sarah Paulson was thinking when she decided to go with this look. Not only does the material look cheap, we'd also like to bet it's pretty itchy. Maybe the "American Horror Story" star should stick to a more simple design next year. Once again, Lena Dunham made our worst dressed list. The "Girls" star looks like a walking piece of cotton candy in this ombre pink frilly skirt. Plus, we're not really sure what's going on with the awkward blouse pairing. Photos: 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards -- All the Red Carpet Fashion!And while Laura Prepon usually nails her red carpet looks, »
- tooFab Staff
Given the way HBO’s Veep wrapped its third season, Michael Ausiello had one burning question for star Anna Chlumsky when they chatted at this year’s Emmys red carpet: Might the series’ title change to reflect Selina Meyer’s new position as commander-in-chief?
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Sadly, you’d need to have a WikiLeaks-style operation to get info out of the actress, who protects spoilery tidbits about the series info as though they were state secrets. (Also, as she notes, the cast begins Season 4 rehearsals today, »
Like the lawyer she plays on TV, The Good Wife‘s Christine Baranski chose her words carefully when Michael Ausiello asked her about the CBS drama’s upcoming sixth season — specifically, whether her character actually will make the leap to Alicia and Cary’s new firm.
“It’s pretty funny to imagine Diane Lockhart with her fabulous outfits and her handbag and her whole thing going to that funky, loft-like space and feeling kinda comfortable with it,” the actress said with a coy smile.
Video Good Wife‘s Julianna Margulies Previews Midseason Love for Alicia
Also of note during Baranski »
NBC’s Monday-night airing of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards drew 15.6 million total viewers and a 4.2 demo rating (per finals), down 13 percent from last year’s NFL-boosted telecast on CBS.
Related Emmys: Sherlock, Breaking Bad, Coven, True Detective, Many Repeat Winners Grab Gold
Compared to the most recent Emmycast to not have an NFL lead-in (ABC, 2012), NBC’s numbers were up 17 and 8 percent, scoring the event’s second-best audience in eight years and matching its second-best demo delivery in seven years.
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Facing off against the Emmys… »
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