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Met Gala’s Best Dressed: 16 Stars Who Understood the Assignment

On May 2, stars eschewed the outrageous costumes of past Met Galas and instead ran the gamut from quiet elegance to full-on drama on the steps of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. The night’s “Gilded Glamour and White Tie” dress code was interpreted in myriad ways by attendees who ranged from co-host Blake Lively […]

Oscars: Best Costume Design Winner Jenny Beavan Says She “Nearly Said No” to Designing ‘Cruella’

Thanks to over-the-top creations for Emma Stone like a garbage-truck gown with a 40-foot train, Jenny Beavan won the Academy Award for best costume design for her work on Cruella at the 94th ceremony on March 27, 2022. The nod marked Beavan’s third Oscar win amid 11 nominations, previously winning for A Room With a […]

Oscar-Nominated ‘Cruella’ Hair and Makeup Designer Nadia Stacey on Storytelling Through Daring Looks

Before Cruella de Vil became the ruthless villain and dog-hunting fashion designer we all know, she was Estella. In Disney’s Cruella — an origin story of the title character — makeup and hair are crucial storytellers, as Estella embarks on her journey to finding herself. Played by Emma Stone, Estella often uses makeup and hair as […]

Andrew Garfield Wouldn’t Even Tell Emma Stone the Truth About ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

[This story contains spoilers from Spider-Man: No Way Home.] Andrew Garfield wasn’t going to confirm his appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home to anyone — not even ex-girlfriend and The Amazing Spider-Man co-star Emma Stone. But that doesn’t mean keeping his secret was easy. “Emma kept on texting me, and she was like, ‘Are you […]

‘No Way Home’ and Its Most Impactful Spider-Man Moments

[This story contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home.]  Spider-Man: No Way Home was an extraordinary emotional rollercoaster ride that, even with the leaks before it arrived in theaters, audiences could never have anticipated. And there is a unique trio to thank for the experience. It was Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man (along with 2000’s X-Men) that […]

Emma Stone Closes Deal for ‘Cruella 2’ In Wake of ‘Black Widow’ Lawsuit

Emma Stone has closed a deal to star in the sequel to Disney+ release Cruella. The move is significant being that it comes amid the turmoil caused by Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit against Disney over her compensation for Black Widow, which like Cruella, debuted day-and-date in theaters and on Disney+. Johansson’s lawsuit alleges that her contract […]

‘Cruella’ Sequel in the Works at Disney (Exclusive)

Dalmatians are proving to be Disney’s new best friends. As Cruella heads into its second weekend, The Hollywood Reporter has learned the studio behind the Emma Stone starrer is in early development on a sequel. Cruella director Craig Gillespie and screenwriter Tony McNamara are expected to return for a sequel to the film that stars Stone […]

Box Office: ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Scores Pandemic-Era Best $57M Opening

The North American box office is making major noise as Memorial Day weekend unfolds. John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place Part II grossed $19.3 million on Friday and $14.9 million on Saturday from 3,752 theaters for a projected four-day weekend debut of $57 million. That includes a three-day gross of $47.4 million. (Those estimates could shift […]

Box Office: ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Heads for Mega $57M Opening

The North American box office is loud once again. John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place Part II is making history over Memorial Day weekend, grossing $19.3 million on Friday alone from 3,752 theaters for a projected four-day weekend of $57 million. That includes a projected three-day gross in the $47 million range. All are the biggest […]

Emma Stone Nails Steve Martin’s “F—” Rant From ‘Planes, Trains & Automobiles’

Emma Stone is apparently a huge fan of Planes, Trains & Automobiles and does an excellent impression of an iconic moment from the John Hughes classic. The Oscar-winning actress dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday to talk about her new Disney film, Cruella, before going in the complete opposite direction with the F-bomb rant […]

Emma Stone in ‘Cruella’: Film Review

The actress plays 'One Hundred and One Dalmations' villain Cruella de Vil in this origin story directed by Craig Gillespie and costarring Emma Thompson.

Mark Ruffalo Joins Emma Stone in Yorgos Lanthimos Feature ‘Poor Things’

Mark Ruffalo has boarded Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest feature, Poor Things, joining Emma Stone and Willem Dafoe. The logline for the Searchlight Pictures feature describes it as “a Victorian tale of love, discovery and scientific daring. Poor Things tells the incredible story of Belle Baxter, a young woman brought back to life by an eccentric but brilliant […]