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Noah Baumbach comedies are deceptive and unsettling affairs. There is always a sourness alongside the humour. He probes away at the misery and bad faith of characters who, at least initially, seem like comic archetypes. Mistress America, which he co-wrote with the lead actress Greta Gerwig, is typical Baumbach fare. In the breezy early scenes, Gerwig's character Brooke seems like a latter-day version of Truman Capote's Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's. She is an effortlessly stylish New Yorker, beautiful and unconventional. Lonely young college student Tracy (Kirke), soon to become her stepsister, seemingly idolises Brooke and envies her life. »
Happy World Emoji Day everyone! The 232nd most important day in our annual calendar is finally upon us, huzzah *winky face*, *party hat*, *streamers*.
To celebrate this most hallowed of occasions - picked because of the calendar emoji's showing of July 17 - we've used our favourite picture-based word replacements to recreate a few of our favourite movies.
Can you work out what's what from the series of emoji used? Some are simple, others will require you to break out that thinking face a little more. Answers are at the bottom, but no cheating - or sad face, crying face and smiley poo emojis will haunt your dreams.
Scroll down for the answers....
Answers: 1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles | 2. Frozen | 3. Top Gun | 4. Crocodile Dundee | 5. Gremlins | 6. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire | 7. Happy Feet | 8. Supersize Me | 9. Psycho | 10. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels | 11. Breakfast at Tiffany's | 12. Rush Hour | 13. Home Alone | 14. Twilight | 15. 12 Monkeys »
Raiders of the Lost Ark will be making its Royal Albert Hall debut, complete with a full orchestra.
The venue will celebrate the movie's 35th anniversary with screenings on Saturday, March 12 next year, as John Williams's score will be performed live and in full.
Breakfast at Tiffany's at the Royal Albert Hall review: A diamond performance
Gladiator Live at the Royal Albert Hall review: Swords, sandals and a stunning score
"Raiders is one of the most purely enjoyable movies in cinema history, with one of the greatest, most instantly recognisable scores," Royal Albert Hall's director of events Lucy Noble said.
"We've wanted to bring Indy to the Hall for years, and we're delighted to announce that it's finally happening.
"35 years on, this show will allow you to experience the magic of Raiders of the Lost Ark in a totally new way."
The two shows will take place at 2.30pm and 7pm. »
Back to the Future will be screened at the Royal Albert Hall on July 4, but before then you can get a selfie with the DeLorean at the famous London venue.
Visitors to the venue this Monday, June 22 from 11.30am to 5pm - dubbed DeLorean Day - can pose with Marty McFly's famous time-travelling car.
The film will be screened in full as the score is played live on stage by a concert orchestra.
There are matinee (2.30pm) and evening performances (7pm) and tickets are on sale now, priced from £28 to £68.80.
Director of Events at the Hall Lucy Noble said: "Like Marty McFly, we'll be going 30 years back in time next month, as Back to the Future comes to the Hall for the very first time.
"We can't wait to get our flux capacitors powered up for the show, »
There are few films that wouldn't be improved by being screened at the Royal Albert Hall backed by a live orchestra and chorus, but Breakfast at Tiffany's is one that seems made for such special treatment.
Based on Truman Capote's novella, Blake Edwards's 1961 movie is of course a funny, heartbreaking, gorgeous film. It's also one that sounds every bit as good as it looks. Henry Mancini's score won an Oscar, and though it apparently was never written down, it has been restored by Justin Freer.
At the Royal Albert Hall, the score is performed by the Philharmonia Film Orchestra accompanied by the Philharmonia Chorus, and is conducted by Freer.
Unlike last year's Gladiator screening, the film isn't subtitled. It's a more enjoyable experience because of that. With a less bombastic backing, the dialogue isn't drowned out by the orchestra, save for Holly Golightly's over-the-top apartment party. It's a price worth paying, »
"Annie Hall" "Annie Hall" is a definitive comic gem from 1977, a watershed romantic comedy that gave great roles to Diane Keaton, Carol Kane, and even Paul Simon. And you better not bring it up around me, because I will be livid. Can't you talk about "Manhattan Murder Mystery" or something? You realize Anjelica Huston plays a poker expert in that, right? "Harold and Maude" Damn, I love Ruth Gordon. One of the top five Oscar speeches of all time, for sure. Bud Cort? What a wonderful performance he gives. What a strange, enigmatic, weird, funnyish movie. Sigh. Too bad if you bring it up one more time like it makes you a sensitive, deep man who can appreciate peculiar whimsicality, I'm going to tie up and torture your improv instructor. "Breakfast at Tiffany's" Unless you're voicing a conspiracy theory that Harper Lee wrote all of Truman Capote's best work, »
- Louis Virtel
Clarke was nominated for a 2013 Emmy for 'Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series' for her work in "Game Of Thrones"...
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- Michael Stevens
'Breakfast at Tiffany's Live' is set to debut at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The world premiere live-in-concert screening will see the iconic movie - starring Audrey Hepburn - shown in full, while it is accompanied by Henry Mancini's Oscar-winning score performed by an orchestra and a choir. Looking forward to the production, Lucy Noble, the Director of Events at the Royal Albert Hall, said: ''This iconic film is famous for many things: Audrey Hepburn's peerless sense of style, the headily romantic atmosphere, an exceptional cat, and - of course - Henry Mancini's timeless score, including the classic song 'Moon River'. ''This unique event will bring the music centre-stage, quite literally, as it is performed live and in full by an orchestra and choir. ''This is 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' as it has never been seen - or heard - before, so grab a pastry »
Audrey Hepburn's sons are at legal war over her hats, scarves and jewelry. Audrey left a storage locker full of memorabilia. Among the items ... posters, costumes, gloves, photos, scripts and awards. The "Breakfast at Tiffany's" star gave her 2 sons -- Sean Ferrer from her first marriage and Luca Dotti from her second -- a 50/50 cut in all the items. But she didn't say who got what ... she expected they would divvy it up. Problem is ... they can't agree. »
- TMZ Staff
Here's a nifty way to get audiences back in movie theaters that actually works: build one underground. The Underground Film Club will host a series of screenings at Charing Cross, the abandoned tube station where big action set pieces for Bond films including "Skyfall" and "Die Another Day" unfolded. Moviegoing Londoners will be treated to subterranean viewings of "Blade Runner," "Some Like It Hot," "Strangers on a Train," "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "Casablanca," "Cinema Paradiso" and "Paddington," which also shot in the station, closed since 1999. Supported by the British Film Institute and organized by Rooftop Film Club, the pop-up cinema heralds London's upcoming all-night tube service expected to begin on September 12. Other events include behind-the-scenes tours and a photography exhibit at Westminster station. Check out a gallery of photos inside the theater here, and more from Mashable »
- Ryan Lattanzio
To date she has appeared in all four broadcast seasons, and will reprise the role once more in Season 5. In 2013, she was nominated for 'Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series' at the '65th Primetime Emmy Awards'.
In 2012, Clarke appeared in "Spike Island". From March to April 2013, Clarke played 'Holly Golightly' in a Broadway production of 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'. In 2013, she also co-starred in the feature "Dom Hemingway". Clarke was cast as 'Sarah Connor' in 2015's "Terminator Genisys". She will also play the lead as 'Nurse Verena', »
- Michael Stevens
The actress, who plays Daenerys Targaryen on the HBO drama, admitted that she did meet with director Sam Taylor-Johnson to discuss the possibility of appearing in the film, but did not go any further.
"I'd done nudity before and was concerned with being labelled for doing it again", she told The Hollywood Reporter.
She admitted that the brief nudity in the play was "a bit bonkers", but said of Game of Thrones: "There are other women who remove items of clothing on our show, »
These hairstyles really pop! Want to try out a new 'do without committing to it at the salon? Look no further than your bathtub. Kid-friendly toiletry brand Paddy's Bathroom put a fun new spin on some iconic celeb hairstyles by recreating them on little kids — with bubbles! Not surprisingly, the results are utterly adorable. To complete the project, the company first polled Americans around the country to choose the most iconic celeb manes of all time, from Audrey Hepburn's chic Breakfast at Tiffany's updo to Jennifer Aniston's [...] »
Happy Birthday, Barbie! Everyone's favorite doll is celebrating her 56th birthday today, and as we well know, she's been many a fabulous thing: a doctor, a vet, a rock star, and, perhaps most frequently, a celebrity! While the blonde beauty is quite the superstar in her own right, in honor of her special day, Us Weekly rounded up her best celebrity incarnations, from Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's to the just-released Shailene Woodley as Tris from The Divergent Series: Insurgent. Scroll down to see Us' [...] »
Julie Andrews, the star of Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music, is one of the most beloved celebrities in Hollywood history. In 1969, she married the celebrated director of Breakfast at Tiffany's and the Pink Panther film series Blake Edwards.
Together, the two had one of the most successful marriages, lasting more than four decades years until Edwards’ death in 2010. In an interview with Good Morning Britain on Thursday, Andrews revealed that she is still coping with his passing.
Video: 'The Sound of Music' Turns 50!
"I'm still dealing with [his death]," Andrews told Kate Garraway, host of the morning talk show. "There are days when it's perfectly wonderful and I am myself and then it's suddenly [it'll] sock you in the middle of your gut and you think, 'Ah God, I wish he were here.' But he is in a way. I think one carries that love always."
Marriages don't usually have a very long shelf-life in Hollywood »
One down, three to go. "A" successfully landed a Liar in jail, just as he/she threatened Alison (Sasha Pieterse) on Tuesday's Pretty Little Liars. The rest of the girls desperately tried to decipher who Varjak could be, Ezria called it quits and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) flirted up a storm - literally. Read on for what else happened in Rosewood this week. Plus! We're trying something new for recaps after being absolutely floored by readers' sleuthing. Tell us who you think A is in the comments section or by Tweeting @people with the hashtag #PLLTheories, and your theory could be »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
Big "A" means business. The Pretty Little Liars villain has moved past sending threatening text messages to straight-up violent attacks. But which characters finally sealed their flirtation with a kiss? Here's what happened Tuesday night: Biggest Moments • Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) visited Alison (Sasha Pieterse) in jail now that they knew she wasn't A - but Hanna (Ashley Benson) refused. Honestly, we were with Han on this one. Even if Ali wasn't the person currently terrorizing their lives, she was the source of some serious childhood trauma. Ali wanted to tell her lawyers what »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
Big "A" means business. The Pretty Little Liars villain has moved past sending threatening text messages to straight-up violent attacks. But which characters finally sealed their flirtation with a kiss? Here's what happened Tuesday night: Biggest Moments • Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) visited Alison (Sasha Pieterse) in jail now that they know she isn't A - but Hanna (Ashley Benson) refused. Honestly, we're with Han on this one. Even if Ali isn't the person currently terrorizing their lives, she was the source of some serious childhood trauma. Ali wanted to tell her lawyers what Mike »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
There are only a few weeks left until "Pretty Little Liars" finally reveals who A is! You know, for the millionth time. But now that Alison Dilaurentis has been cleared in the A-game, the list of suspects is growing at an exponential rate. At this point, anyone could be the "Pll" puppet master, but one thing's for sure: tensions are rising in Rosewood. And we're not just talking about the sexual tension between Spencer Hastings and literally every man on this show who isn't Toby Cavanaugh. Sigh, their vague breakup is still so raw. *crying*
The Liars Join Team Ali, Aria Looks Out For Mike
Last week the little liars learned that Alison definitely didn't kill Mona Vanderwaal because whoops, she faked her own death only to be murdered. Hate it when that happens. Obviously, this whole situation is super awkward for the liars, and their new mission is to get Ali out of jail. »
- Mehera Bonner
Yes, it's Valentine's Day. But I say bah humbug to V-Day. I haven't even fully recovered from Christmas and New Years to think about celebrating yet another holiday wrapped up in crass commercialism & consumerism (insert smiley face here). So, it's in that spirit that I post this entry - your picks for the best inappropriate, unorthodox Valentine's day movies! Films that are contrary to what is usual, traditional or accepted, with regards to this particular holiday. So, no "Love Story," nor "Love And Basketball;" no "Love Jones," or anything else affirming love in the title. No "Breakfast At Tiffany's," "Sleepless In »
- Tambay A. Obenson
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