How Film and Luxury Label Collaborations Can Overshadow Costume Designers’ Work
Pairings between illustrious fashion labels and films with A-list stars make for sure-fire clickbait headlines. But oftentimes, the tactic of using brand name wardrobe to help portray characters and tell the story overshadows the costume designer. Hubert de Givenchy is regularly referenced for Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) little black dress legacy, over the […]
‘Star Is Born’ Cinematographer Charged With Assault During Camerimage
Matthew Libatique, an Oscar-nominated American cinematographer who recently worked on Bradley Cooper's 'A Star Is Born,' has been arrested and charged with assault of public officials during his stay as a guest at Poland's Camerimage film festival.
Thérèse DePrez, Production Designer on ‘Black Swan,’ Dies at 52
Her impressive body of work included 'Living in Oblivion,' 'Summer of Sam,' 'High Fidelity' and 'Out of the Furnace.'
Toronto: Darren Aronofsky Should Make a Comedy, Says ‘Mother!’ Star Jennifer Lawrence
"There's a lot of laughs in the movie," the director told his movie lead and girlfriend during a TIFF press conference on Sunday.
‘Black Swan’ Choreographer Benjamin Millepied Stepping Down as Paris Ballet Dance Director
Millepied, who is married to Natalie Portman, said in a statement that he's leaving for "personal reasons," though French media have reported on tensions around his efforts to innovate at the storied Opera de Paris since he joined 15 months ago.
Cannes: Natalie Portman to Play Jackie Kennedy in Biopic
'No' helmer Pablo Larrain will direct the film about the first four days after the assassination of President Kennedy.
Natalie Portman Sounds Off on Israel, Netanyahu, French Anti-Semitism and the “False Idol” of Oscar
With strong opinions on everything from the Israeli elections ("I'm very, very upset") to Hollywood's worship of awards, Portman will unveil her directorial debut, 'A Tale of Love and Darkness,' her way — all in Hebrew — just a short flight away from her new home in Paris: "I like being a stranger in a place. You’re kind of an outsider, and I think that's what makes you. It's the only way I've ever known."
Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’ Is Being Used in ISIS Newsletters “To Make a Point, Which Is Hilarious”
The director also has been researching an unnamed idea in nursing homes: "We're trained as kids to collect fall leaves and find the beauty in dead leaves, but we're never taught to find the beauty in old people"
Rough Seas on ‘Noah’: Darren Aronofsky Opens Up on the Biblical Battle to Woo Christians (and Everyone Else)
"I was upset — of course," the director says of Paramount testing alternate versions of the $125 million epic as he and the studio break their silence on efforts to appease a small but vocal segment of the faith-based audience: "Those people can be noisy."
New Digital Firm Qloo Raises $3 Million From Hollywood Insiders
Investors in the company, described as "a Pandora for all your life," include actors Danny Masterson and Cedric the Entertainer.
Hollywood Docket: Interns v. Fox; ‘Doing Paula Deen’; Will.I.Am’s Trademarks
A roundup of entertainment law news including a couple of odd moments from a hearing where TV broadcasters pushed Dish Network to hand over documents related to Aereo.
Hollywood Internships Under Fire After ‘Black Swan’ Ruling
The June 11 court decision puts a summer tradition under a microscope: Pay, or risk a lawsuit?