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I did it! I finally presented an installment of my "Guess the Movies" puzzles where one of the movies was never guessed. To be honest, I don't really intend for you to never guess all the movies, but to create a puzzle where only one doesn't get guessed, I think, is a pretty good day as it means I created a damn near perfect puzzle. In all honesty, I'm impressed people guessed #8, #12, #13 and #16, but it was #5 that stumped you all and I actually included it along with #21, which I thought might throw some of you off, but #5 is an image from Joon-ho Bong's 2009 film Mother, definitely not an easy one. That said, here are the answers to this latest graphic. If you want to browse the graphic before seeing the answers don't scroll below the image below or just click here to visit the post or on the picture »
- Brad Brevet
Congratulations to Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick! Kourtney has given birth to a baby boy, their third child together, E! News has confirmed. The couple's new son was born on Sunday, which is also his big brother Mason 's fifth birthday! The proud parents also have a daughter, Penelope, 2. "The family is freaking out with joy," a source told E! News. "What an amazing coincidence." Kim and Khloé Kardashian threw a swanky Breakfast at Tiffany's-themed baby shower for their big sis last month at the Montage hotel in Beverly Hills and Kourtney celebrated again a few days later an early-Sunday-morning trip to Ihop with her best pals. Dress code? »
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Rosewood! The Pretty Little Liars came back together - after a shocking summer finale that culminated in beloved villain Mona Vanderwaal's (Janel Parrish) demise - for a special Christmas episode Tuesday night. The glistening, snowy streets and festive decor was a sharp contrast to the usual Halloween special viewers are used to. But despite the change of holiday, the episode gave fans legitimate scares peppered with some answers, and in true Pll style - even more questions. Spoilers Ahead! Spencer (Troian Bellisario) is out on bail for the murder of Bethany Young »
- Stephanie Robbins, @stephrobbins
A photography exhibition celebrating the life of Audrey Hepburn has been announced by the National Portrait Gallery.
Hepburn's film posters will be shown, as well as magazine spreads, publicity shots and behind-the-scenes photos of films such as Sabrina.
Others include the Breakfast at Tiffany's star in her Broadway dressing room, and childhood photos of Hepburn doing ballet.
The exhibition marks the 65th anniversary of Hepburn's performance at a West End night-club called Ciro's, which is now the building that houses the National Portrait Gallery's public archive.
Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon will run from July 2 until October 18, 2015. »
Twice the fun!Just days after she attended a "Breakfast At Tiffany's"-themed shower with her famous siblings, Kourtney Kardashian celebrated her second baby shower on Sunday, heading to Ihop with her gal pals for a pajama party. "I have the best friends in the world! Sunday morning 9am Ihop in our pajamas! #fancyBabyShower," the expecting star wrote while posing for a group shot.Wearing red PJs, a matching headband and a "Happy Baby Shower Kourtney" pin, the mother-of-two sported a huge grin as she sipped hot chocolate in front of a giant cake.The weekend was full of celebrations for the Kardashian/Jenner clan! The eldest Kardashian sister held a "Nightmare Before Christmas"-themed party for her son Mason's fifth birthday on Saturday night -- and Khloe Kardashian went all out! The reality TV show star attended in costume as Sally, the ragdoll who falls for Jack Skellington, from the flick. »
- tooFab Staff
Why have one baby shower, when you can have two?! Kourtney Kardashian went from one extreme to another when she celebrated her second baby shower on Sunday, Nov. 16, heading to Ihop with her buddies for an early morning pajama party. The pregnant Kardashian, who is expecting her third baby with love Scott Disick imminently, had already enjoyed an elegant, Breakfast At Tiffany's themed family celebration on Wednesday, Nov. 12 at the Montage Hotel and Resorts in Beverly Hills. But on Sunday, the reality TV star's black tuxedo dress [...] »
Normally when there's this much blue to be seen at a baby shower, we'd get suspicious. But the theme of Kourtney Kardashian's surprise shower was her favorite movie, Breakfast at Tiffany's, so unfortunately all the luxurious Robin egg blue to be found at the Montage the other day was purely in keeping with the legendary jewelry purveyor's signature color. Regardless, of course, Kourtney's shower was absolutely gorgeous, and we've got exclusive inside footage for you right here. Cameras were rolling for Keeping Up With the Kardashians and they of course captured every detail, from the floral arrangements, to the glittering teeny tiara hair combs adorning the place settings, to the fabulous »
It's a Kardashian style showdown!Kourtney Kardashian donned a black tuxedo dress that showed off plenty of cleavage at her "Breakfast At Tiffany's"-themed baby shower in Beverly Hills on Wednesday.The glowing mama-to-be wore the low-cut Lbd with comfortable black oxford flats and a mini Chanel handbag. The "Kourtney & Khloe Take the Hamptons" star took to Instagram to share a sweet snapshot from the lavish soiree, writing, "Baby shower brunch! #breakfastAtTiffanys." While Kourt had plenty of designer duds to choose from for her special day, she reached for a dress right from her younger sister Kim Kardashian’s closet. Mrs. Kanye West first wore the fancy frock to the E! Upfronts in New York City back in April 2013. Kim stepped up the sexiness by adding black pointed-toe pumps and a sleek 'do. We think these famous siblings both look beautiful in the basic black dress, but we prefer Kourtney's funky footwear. »
- tooFab Staff
Kourtney Kardashian celebrated her baby shower in true Beverly Hills fashion today! The pregnant Keeping Up With the Kardashians star had her close friends and fam, including sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, by her side earlier today during a swanky soiree at the Montage hotel. The 35-year-old mother of two draped her growing baby bump in a sleek black coat dress that showed off her legs. Kourt was all smiles while arriving to the party. Inside the bash, which was themed Breakfast at Tiffany's, Kourt, Kim, Khloé and Kylie hung out together at the brunch table and posed for pics. Khloé and Kylie matched in chic white ensembles while Kim looked casual »
Kim Kardashian was clad in a black jumpsuit and matching blazer for her sister Kourtney's Breakfast at Tiffany's-themed baby shower in La on Wednesday. The lavish brunch, which was held at the Montage in Beverly Hills, also brought out Khloé Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and Kim's 1-year-old daughter, North West, who wore a tiny Balmain blazer identical to her mom's. One lady who wasn't on hand for the fun was Kendall Jenner, who seemed to be sorely missed by her sisters; Khloé shared a photo of their tablescape on Instagram, writing, "We miss you our little croissant @kendalljenner." Kourtney is currently expecting her third child with boyfriend Scott Disick; the couple is already parents to son Mason and daughter Penelope, and it was recently reported that the new baby will be a girl. Last time most of the world saw Kim, it was in her latest racy photos for the Winter issue of Paper magazine, »
Does that dress look familiar? Kourtney Kardashian celebrated the upcoming arrival of her third child with longtime boyfriend Scott Disick in a Breakfast at Tiffany's-themed shower on Wednesday, Nov. 12, in Beverly Hills. Photos: Kourtney's pregnancy style The Kourtney and Khloe Take the Hamptons star, 35, of course had plenty of wardrobe options for her special day, but she reached for a frock right from her younger sister Kim Kardashian’s closet. The black tuxedo dress shows plenty of cleavage and leg thanks to a plunging neckline and A-line skirt. [...] »
Halloween is 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. »
Breakfast at Holly Golightly's, anyone? The Upper East Side brownstone that appeared in 1961's Breakfast at Tiffany's is for sale and the four-story pad will only run you about, oh, $8 million. Some brief cinematic history: While the film's interior scenes were shot on a constructed set, the building's exterior—chic emerald doors included—was used for many primary shots throughout. The movie made actress Audrey Hepburn a household name, and for good reason: Who wouldn't fall for the doe-eyed, pixie cut-pioneering ingénue? Golightly would meet and eventually fall for neighboring tenant Paul Varjak (played by George Peppard) in the classic romantic comedy. The »
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
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)
3. "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1961)
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
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 Shore—Fincher has found »
- Joshua Rivera
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
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
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
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.
- Jenni Miller
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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