FILM

Rag & Bone Trades The Runway for Mix Media

Rag & Bone Trades The Runway for Mix Media

  by Lauren Kaplan

If there’s anything Rag & Bone isn’t, it’s traditional, and come Spring 2015, the brand is planning to embrace that notion fully. Instead of sending 6-foot-tall models down a runway lined with top editors and A-listers during Fashion [...]

Tags: film, Alex McWatt, Andreas Laszlo Konrath, Camille Rowe, carmelo anthony, David Neville, fashion week, glen luchford, Marcus Wainwright, models, photography, rag & bone, runway, spring 2015
Okay, James, You Have Our Attention Now

Okay, James, You Have Our Attention Now

  by Lauren Kaplan

Finally, James Franco has found a project that will ensure the kind of publicity he’s been trying to get lately. Franco has chosen to forego Instagram in favor of film for his latest publicity stunt—we mean, project. Call it what you [...]

Tags: film, broadway, documentary, Franco: A Documentary, instagram, james franco, Lisa Vangellow, Palo Alto, Scandal, seth rogan, TheWrap
Casting Room: Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley Sign on For ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’

Casting Room: Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley Sign on For ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’

  by Angel Lenise

You tune in for the promos and press conferences. You sign on for the social media campaigns. You mark your calendars for the premieres, sequels, and revivals of TV, film, and theatre’s most-promising projects. But before new shows and [...]

Tags: film, Adam Driver, Angel Lenise, Carmen Ejogo, Carrie Fisher, Casting Room, Daisy Ridley, David Oyelowo, Domhnall Gleeson, entertainment, gwen stefani, harrison ford, Melissa McCarthy, sarah silverman, Scott Eastwood, Star Scoop, Star Wars Episode VII, Television, Terry Crews
Inside Tribeca: Intimate Portraits of Film Festival Stars

Inside Tribeca: Intimate Portraits of Film Festival Stars

  by Angel Lenise

We’re used to seeing these stars in action. They’re navigating society while in unconventional relationships—like John Lithgow in Love is Strange—or even reuniting with friends to form a barrier of support—like with Maggie [...]

Tags: film, America Ferrera, Angel Lenise, Berenice Marlohe, celebrity, Chris Messina, entertainment, gillian jacobs, Indie Film, Jason Ritter, John Lithgow, Kathy Baker, Maggie Grace, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Max Greenfield, nikki reed, Rory Culkin, Star Scoop, Tribeca Film Festival, Zoe Kazan
Star Scoop: Pharrell is ‘Here,’ Kobe Bryant Gets the Doc Treatment, Mrs. Doubtfire Returns

Star Scoop: Pharrell is ‘Here,’ Kobe Bryant Gets the Doc Treatment, Mrs. Doubtfire Returns

  by Angel Lenise

The Academy Awards may have another chance to get it right. Pharrell dropped “Here,” a ballad he wrote for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which we hope earns him another Oscar nom (and eventual win) for his song-penning prowess. Mr. G [...]

Tags: film, Angel Lenise, cannes film festival, celebrity, entertainment, Kobe Bryant, Mrs. Doubtfire 2, orange is the new black, Pharrell, Robin Williams, Star Scoop, the amazing spider-man 2, Tribeca Film Festival
Keira Knightley Embodies Coco Mademoiselle in Her Third Campaign

Keira Knightley Embodies Coco Mademoiselle in Her Third Campaign

  by Lauren Kaplan

Actress Keira Knightley and Chanel are giving things another go with her third campaign for Coco Mademoiselle, complete with a short film. The latest installment follows a more controversial interpretation of Coco Mademoiselle, which [...]

Tags: film, Atonement, chanel, coco mademoiselle, Joe Wright, Keira Knightley, mysterious, perfume, short film, silver