Actors may have the SAGs or Golden Globes, but members of the beauty department aren't ignored. The Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Guild announced nominations today for image-makers across film, television, and live theater. Makeup mavens
With all of the lights, camera, and action, the world of celebrity seldom fails to amuse. This year was no different: we welcomed royal babies on both sides of the pond, continued our love affair with America (and Dior's) sweetheart, and,
The Hobbit army seems to have grown stronger as it battled back against the highly anticipated sequel to Anchorman (Sorry, Ron Burgundy), holding fast to the number one spot. See where the legend and the rest of the weekend’s debuts
The Hobbits have returned to forge past Katniss’s crew, and Princess Elsa’s Frozen kingdom to snag the top spot. Let’s see where the holiday’s blockbusters landed this weekend: 1. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug $73.7M 2.
Catching Fire seems to be losing steam as Disney’s newest princess, Elsa, took to the throne this weekend, knocking the dystopian tale from the number one spot. With award season contenders creeping up the list, let's see what flicks
While Kanye West tries to trump classism by landing Kim Kardashian on the cover of Vogue, it's her younger sister, Kendall Jenner, who may have the upper hand. The 18-year-old got signed to The Society Management, where she joins the