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15 Pop-Culture Costumes That Take Very Little Effort

18 October 2014 3:05 AM, PDT | BuzzSugar | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Halloween is almost here, and if you plan on dressing up, you're going to need a costume! If you don't have the time or the energy to sort through the racks at a costume store or create a look from scratch, we have a few suggestions for pop-culture costumes that you can create using clothing items you probably own. From classic film characters like Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's to more modern ones like The Dude in The Big Lebowski, we've got you covered. »

- Rose-Curiel

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See Famous Scenes from 'Titanic' & More Get the Lego Treatment

16 October 2014 12:19 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Following the success of The Lego Movie earlier this year, it's no surprise that more people have become smitten by the building block toy all over again. And Warner Bros. Pictures is going to keep bringing the Lego fun coming with a Ninjago spin-off coming in 2016, a Lego Batman spin-off in 2017 and The Lego Movie 2 arriving in 2018 (as we reported yesterday). But today, we're bringing you some classic movies getting the Lego treatment. Teenage stop-motion animator and Lego fan Morgan Spence has recreated scenes from films like has recreated scenes from films like Singin' in the Rain with Lego pieces. Watch! Here's a cool compilation of classic movies in Lego form (via Gizmodo): Spence was ommissioned by Warren Elsemore, author of the book Brick Flicks: 60 Cult Movie Scenes & Posters Made from Lego, for this little project, and the result is something really cool. You'll see Pulp Fiction, The Shining, »

- Ethan Anderton

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The 31 Best Chick Flicks on Netflix Right Now

16 October 2014 7:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Why bother going out to the multiplex when the movies you want to see are on Netflix? Whether it's a classic weepie like "An Affair to Remember," an Audrey Hepburn movie, a Jane Austen favorite or "Clueless" (again), here are some of the best chick flicks streaming on Netflix right now. (Availability subject to change.)

1. "13 Going on 30" (2004)

Who doesn't love a good time-traveling romantic comedy, especially one with a big "Thriller" dance showstopper?

2. "An Affair to Remember" (1957)

The classic romantic weepie (as referenced in "Sleepless in Seattle"), starring Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr as lovers whom fate cruelly tears apart.

3. "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1961)

Audrey Hepburn was never lovelier (or naughtier) than as Holly Golightly, a trendy New Yorker with a complicated love life and a cat called, well, Cat.

4. "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason" (2004)

The sequel finds Bridget (Renee Zellweger) in Thailand, where she's tempted to stray with ex »

- Sharon Knolle

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From 'Psycho' to 'Gone Girl': the best director/composer teams

5 October 2014 7:54 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

With this weekend's release of Gone Girl, director David Fincher has once again showcased the unsettling sounds of award-winning composers Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor (above). Ever since 2010's The Social Network, the duo have become a fixture of Fincher's work. The duo's deceptively minimal sound, with subtle motifs barely hiding cold electronic undercurrents, is remarkably well-suited for Fincher's trademark visual aesthetic, in which every smile and doorway can take on an air of menace if the camera lingers long enough. While he has worked with a number of composers before—most notably Howard ShoreFincher has found »

- Joshua Rivera

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On His 90th Birthday, Unseen Photos of Truman Capote in Brooklyn

30 September 2014 9:45 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

In 1955, Truman Capote — already a successful writer, but not yet a household name — rented a basement apartment at 70 Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights. He loved the neighborhood and stayed there for a decade, writing Breakfast at Tiffany's and In Cold Blood there. He also produced an essay, "Brooklyn: A Personal Memoir," published in the February 1959 issue of the great, stylish mid-century travel magazine Holiday. (That monthly is probably best remembered for another essay about this city, E.B. White's "Here Is New York," which first ran there in 1947.) Capote's essay is a florid but charming look at his eclectic neighbors, one that takes a dark turn at the end when he's menaced by a group of young toughs on the street and has to flee. It may be the best appreciation of middle-class Brooklyn life since that other Heights resident Walt Whitman's; its opening line, "I »

- Christopher Bonanos

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'Gotham' co-star Cory Michael Smith discusses slowly building to The Riddler

22 September 2014 11:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Given the limited amount of time he's featured in the pilot for "Gotham," Cory Michael Smith is appearing in a lot of the Fox drama's publicity. In fact, chances are good that if Smith were just playing any old character working in the Gotham Police Department, you'd merely think the guy was a little bit quirky, a little bit weird, a little bit mysterious. Dare I say you might call the character a bit of an... No. Don't use the word "enigma."  The 27-year-old Smith is experiencing a career breakout that stretches back to his Broadway debut in "Breakfast at Tiffany's," a role in the Sundance drama "Camp X-Ray" and a part in HBO's upcoming miniseries "Olive Kitteridge," but it's "Gotham" that has put him on billboards around Los Angeles, an interesting feat for a role that is in the pilot for maybe a minute. Smith plays Edward Nygma in »

- Daniel Fienberg

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What to Watch This Week: 'Godzilla,' 'New Girl,' & More

16 September 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Godzilla"

Indie director Gareth Edwards got a crack at one of the biggest monsters there is in this summer's blockbuster. Bryan Cranston plays a scientist obsessed with government secrets since the mysterious death of his wife Sandra (Juliette Binoche) after a suspicious nuclear reactor meltdown. Aaron Taylor-Johnson co-stars as his son Ford, a Navy guy who discovers that dear old dad's paranoia might actually be worth checking out. Ken Watanabe and Sally Hawkins co-star as scientists studying the real cause of that nuclear meltdown.

"The Fault in Our Stars"

It Girl Shailene Woodley stars in this adaptation of John Green's Ya weepie about a teen named Hazel dying of cancer. Augustus (Ansel Elgort) is another teen coping with the Big C, »

- Jenni Miller

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Review: 'She's Funny That Way' is a creaky throwback comedy with a charming cast

29 August 2014 7:20 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Venice — Your enjoyment of dodgy comedy "She's Funny That Way" will depend hugely on your personal tolerance for coincidence as plot mechanic. How many coincidences need to occur before the characters might as well start saying "a wizard did it" by way of explaining the wherefores of the plot? What's your personal tipping point? Perhaps your answer will depend on genre. Even in sci-fi or fantasy, "a wizard did it" is still a pretty poor explanation unless the wizard has a satisfying motive. In a more realistic genre, the greater the number of coincidences, the greater the strain on audience credulity. The genre of farce, though broadly realistic (there are usually no wizards), is of course often borderline fantastical in terms of the believability of people's behavior and the frequency with which coincidence craps all over the characters' hopes and dreams. "She's Funny That Way" leans heavily on this creaky »

- Catherine Bray

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Emma Ferrer Makes Modeling Debut Channeling Grandmother Audrey Hepburn On 'Harper's Bazaar' Cover

13 August 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Audrey Hepburn’s granddaughter Emma Ferrer emulates her grandmother's signature style and grace in her modeling debut for Harper’s Bazaar.

Emma Ferrer On Audrey Hepburn

Ferrer, 20, poses and is styled in ensembles that are reminiscent of those Hepburn was known for during her years as a fashion icon. Though Ferrer never met her famous grandmother, through photographs and stories she feels as though she’s developed a deep kinship with her.

“I remember seeing a photo of her jumping on a trampoline — I believe this was before I understood that she was famous," Ferrer told Harper’s Bazaar. "But I remember thinking that she looked like a friend I wish I could have had. As a child I couldn't really relate to Audrey Hepburn, the actress. To me, she was family."

As Ferrer grew older, she began to understand her grandmother’s notoriety and legendary status in Hollywood by watching her famous feature films. »

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Audrey Hepburn's Stunning Granddaughter Covers Harper's Bazaar

13 August 2014 9:02 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Meet Audrey Hepburn's gorgeous granddaughter Emma Ferrer.

Good genes clearly run in the family.

Audrey Hepburn's 20-year-old granddaughter Emma Ferrer graces the September cover of Harper's Bazaar, looking lovely channeling the iconic star.

In the accompanying interview, Ferrer talks about her experience having Hepburn as a grandma, though unfortunately, she never got a chance to meet her -- Audrey died in January 1993 of a rare form of abdominal cancer.

Ferrer -- her first grandchild -- was born in May of the following year.

Photos: Gwyneth Paltrow Channels Fashion Icons Madonna, Audrey, Farrah and Brigitte

"The first images I have of her are, interestingly enough, when she was quite young," she says. "I remember seeing a photo of her jumping on a trampoline -- I believe this was before I understood that she was famous. But I remember thinking that she looked like a friend I wish I could have had."

"But honestly »

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Audrey Hepburn's Granddaughter Cover Harper's Bazaar -- See What She Looks Like!

12 August 2014 11:45 AM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Audrey Hepburn's beauty lives on!The actress' granddaughter, Emma Ferrer, is gracing the two versions of the cover for the September issue of Harper's Bazaar. Dressed in a Lanvin gown with fitted black sleeves and a loose-fitting white skirt, the 20-year-old beauty, whose father is Hepburn's oldest child Sean, could easily be mistaken for the late Hollywood star. In another photo, Emma channels her grandmother's elegant poise in a black and white jacket, matching fur stole and wide-brimmed hat. While Hepburn passed away in 1993, a year before Emma was born, there's no denying that her legacy lives on within her. "I remember seeing a photo of her jumping on a trampoline -- I believe this was before I understood that she was famous. But I remember thinking that she looked like a friend I wish I could have had," she tells the mag. "As a child I couldn't really relate to Audrey Hepburn, »

- tooFab Staff

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'Orange Is the New Black' season 2 in review

22 July 2014 12:47 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

We've come to the end of this trip through "Orange Is the New Black" season 2. Thoughts on the final three episodes, and season 2 as a whole, coming up just as soon as I buy a banjolele on Craigslist... "Feeling our feelings might actually make it impossible to survive in here." -Poussey For the sake of this experiment of trying to review a Netflix show as if it were distributed more traditionally, I tried not to get too far ahead of what I was reviewing. And watching at that two at a time pace, I was still enjoying the season a lot, but not feeling quite as bewitched by it as I was in season 1. Then I got to the end of episode 10, with Pornstache's arrest, and decided I just wanted to keep going, unwritten rules of the project be damned, and I wound up watching the season's final five episodes within 24 hours of each other. »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Ramon Zürcher in conversation on The Strange Little Cat

17 July 2014 3:17 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Ramon Zürcher director of The Strange Little Cat, with producer Silvan Zürcher on the left: "I was always fascinated very much by films of Ingmar Bergman because they deal with inner states."

Find out what Lucrecia Martel's The Headless Woman, the interior in Ingmar Bergman, Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany's, Hitchcock's Rear Window basket and Ernst Jandl's poems have to do with Ramon Zürcher's The Strange Little Cat (Das merkwürdige Kätzchen).

Following a press screening of Jacques Demy's Young Girls Of Rochefort, I met up with Zürcher. In the center of Demy's marvelous and innovative musical which features a pastel clad vision of Gene Kelly, are twins, played by Catherine Deneuve and her late sister Françoise Dorléac. In perfect symmetry, Ramon brought along his twin brother, producer Silvan Zürcher to the office of Criterion Collection, off Union Square, where our conversation took place, arranged by »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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Meet July's "Smackdown" Panelists

13 July 2014 9:04 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

The Supporting Actress Smackdown of '73 arrives on July 31st, just over two weeks from now. You need to get your votes in too if you want to participate (instructions at the bottom of this post). If you've wandered in from elsewhere and are like, "What's a Smackdown?," here's how it started.

The Smackdown Panel for July

Without further ado let's meet our panel who will be discussing popular classics Paper Moon, The Exorcist, and American Graffiti as well as the more obscure title Summer Wishes Winter Dreams. All of the Supporting Actress nominees this Oscar vintage were first timers and so are our Smackdown panelists.

Special Guest

Dana Delany

Dana Delany is an actress working on stage, screen, television and now internet. She was last seen starring in "Body of Proof" on ABC. In August you can rate and review the pilot "Hand of God" in which she co-stars with Ron Perlman on Amazon. »

- NATHANIEL R

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'Real Housewives of New York City': It's a doggy funeral for Sonja

27 May 2014 7:47 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

It should be noted that the over-the-top doggie funeral at the end of this week's episode of "The Real Housewives of New York City" was probably the sanest moment in the whole show. At least no one was flinging booze or pulling hair or talking about oral sex. Yes, it was that kind of episode. Needless to say, George was involved. We kicked things off with Kristen bitching and moaning to LuAnn and Heather about Ramona. She did not reach out to her immediately after the glass tossing incident! She brought flowers, but it was an insincere gesture that was also vaguely threatening! Ramona is the anti-Christ! Okay, she didn't say that part, but she might as well have.  Kristen is far harder on Ramona than she is on Josh, who decides to hang out and watch Kristen as she struggles through a paying gig for a workout video. During a break, »

- Liane Bonin Starr

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14 Perfect Shots from the One Perfect Shot Twitter page

6 May 2014 8:02 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Filmmaker Geoff Todd's Twitter account, @OnePerfectShot, is our new No.1 destination for a daily fix of movie geekiness.

The account's mission is to "honour cinema's past and (hopefully) inspire a new generation of perfect shots" and features stunning stills from classic movies. And Pee-Wee's Big Adventure.

Here are our personal 14 favourite shots:

1. North by Northwest

Perfect shot from North By Northwest (1959) DoP: Robert Burks | Dir: Alfred Hitchcock pic.twitter.com/q67FGcM6m9

— Perfect Shots (@OnePerfectShot) May 5, 2014

2. Badlands

Perfect shot from Badlands (1973) Cinematography:Tak Fujimoto (et al) | Dir:Terrence Malick pic.twitter.com/ufNKGp9EU4

— Perfect Shots (@OnePerfectShot) May 4, 2014

3. Reservoir Dogs

Perfect shot from Reservoir Dogs (1992) DoP: Andrzej Sekula - Dir: Quentin Tarantino pic.twitter.com/Zhrq1QjMK4

— Perfect Shots (@OnePerfectShot) May 4, 2014

4. Psycho

Perfect shot from Psycho (1960) DoP: John L. Russell - Dir: Alfred Hitchcock pic.twitter.com/3XEtsmadki

— Perfect Shots (@OnePerfectShot) May 2, 2014

5. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom »

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Audrey Hepburn's 85th birthday: Google pays tribute to Hollywood's fair lady

4 May 2014 2:33 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Today would have been Audrey Hepburn's 85th birthday, as recognised by Google's doodle. After a bizarre and traumatic childhood she went on to be a Hollywood great. We profile a singular star

It used to be said that you can't be too rich or too thin. We now no longer believe this. Bankers and hedge fund managers are too rich; and now the celebrity magazines and tabloids lead the choruses of "Look how skinny's she's got!" The nicer way of saying the same thing, and making it a compliment, is to call the person elegant.

Audrey Hepburn came to be synonymous with this form of elegance. Even in her early films, her height, her skinniness and her wistfulness combined to get her noticed. In the unhelpful role of Chiquita in The Lavender Hill Mob, she attracts the attention both of Alec Guinness and of the camera: a woman visually »

- Alex Cox

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Carl Reiner Doles Out 5 Cents of Wisdom for Comics at the La Jewish Film Festival's Tribute to Sid Caesar

2 May 2014 10:58 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

"My pleasure." After receiving a heart-warming thanks from the director of the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival Hillary Helstein, Carl Reiner shouted his response with classic comic timing from his seat in the Saban Theatre Thursday night. Befitting the actor's legendary status as a stand-up comic as well as acclaimed writer, actor, and director, Reiner didn't miss a beat when a fortuitous moment of quiet allowed him to respond to the career commendation, and then proceeded to replace silence with stories and laughter during his lengthy Q&A, which featured many more A's than Q's.  The Opening Night Gala of the 9th Annual Lajff featured plenty of stars, memories, and two very special tributes to the late Sid Caesar and Marvin Paige. Paige, a casting director, was given a special video presentation of some of the films he worked on, including "Breakfast at Tiffany's," while Caesar was honored with a »

- Ben Travers

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Carl Reiner Doles Out 5 Cents of Wisdom for Comics at the La Jewish Film Festival's Tribute to Sid Caesar

2 May 2014 10:58 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

"My pleasure." After receiving a heart-warming thanks from the director of the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival Hillary Helstein, Carl Reiner shouted his response with classic comic timing from his seat in the Saban Theatre Thursday night. Befitting the actor's legendary status as a stand-up comic as well as acclaimed writer, actor, and director, Reiner didn't miss a beat when a fortuitous moment of quiet allowed him to respond to the career commendation, and then proceeded to replace silence with stories and laughter during his lengthy Q&A, which featured many more A's than Q's.  The Opening Night Gala of the 9th Annual Lajff featured plenty of stars, memories, and two very special tributes to the late Sid Caesar and Marvin Paige. Paige, a casting director, was given a special video presentation of some of the films he worked on, including "Breakfast at Tiffany's," while Caesar was honored with a »

- Ben Travers

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Hollywood legend, Mickey Rooney, dead at 93

7 April 2014 8:37 AM, PDT | SmellsLikeScreenSpirit | See recent SmellsLikeScreenSpirit news »

Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney has died at the age of 93. Born Joseph Yule Jr. in 1920s Brooklyn, Rooney's career began at an early age on stage with his vaudeville acting parents. From there, at age 6, he went on to make his first film Not to Be Trusted (1926), and thus began a decade long career with MGM making silent films. When it comes to child stars, there's Rooney and there's everyone else. While modern child stars are lucky to be in 2 films a year, Rooney starred in upwards of nine movies a year, including the Depression-era Andy Hardy comedies he made with fellow child star Judy Garland. Like a lot of child stars, he struggled to find great parts as an adult and his tabloid life seemed to overshadow his film output. He was married nine times over the course of his life, but no marriage was more notable than the one to Ava Gardner. »

- Matthew McKibben

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