Kate Moss celebrates summertime on the June 2013 cover of Vogue UK. The model shows the world how to do summer vacation fashion right.
For the photo shoot, Moss took a trip to St. Barts to sport retro, chic and glamorous looks for the summer. And there’s no better summer setting then hopping aboard a luxurious boat owned by the editorial’s photographer, Patrick Demarchelier.
“It started with the idea of glamour and I think Kate Moss epitomizes that,” said Vogue fashion director Lucinda Chambers. ”Patrick suggested his boat and his boat is beautiful and so then it became about thinking what …Read more
The Dalai Lama’s new book, “Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World” hit stands this week. While there was a time when the Dalai Lama was merely being introduced to the US through Hollywood-types like Richard Gere, the Dalai’s super star status as a spiritual celebrity has since been well and truly established.
Taking on the task of breathing the words of wisdom down a microphone onto a book on tape/cd/mp3/kindle-file is Charlie Sheen ‘s dad, otherwise known as “The West Wing” president and “Apocalypse Now”-great Martin Sheen.
Audible.com is releasing the Sheen version of the book, and has kindly provided the interview with activist and actor Mr. Sheen below.
Jonah Hill stars as Noah Jaybird in this film about a babysitting session gone wrong, or horribly right, depending on your disposition.
Directed by David Gordon Green, the film stars Jonah Hill (“Superbad,” “Cyrus”), Sam Rockwell (“Conviction,” “Moon”), JB Smoove (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”) and Ari Graynor (“Lucky,” “Fringe”). The clip by Smoove is particularly funny, “know what I mean?” …Read More
Oscar-winner Charlize Theron talks about her first role in front of the camera in a few years on the film “Young Adult,” which re-teams “Juno” writer Diablo Cody with “Up in the Air” director Jason Reitman and a cast that includes Patrick Wilson (“Little Children,” “Hard Candy”), Elizabeth Reaser (“Twilight,” “The Good Wife”) and funny-man Patton Oswalt (“King of Queens,” “Big Fan”).
Slated for release on December 16, 2011, “Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows” follows the Christmas 2009 release of Guy Ritchie’s “Sherlock Holmes” with Robert Downey Jr. in the title role and Jude Law as Dr. Watson. Rachel McAdams returns as Irene Adler as the famous detective and his sidekick try to bring down their arch enemy Professor Moriarty (played by “Mad Men’s” Jared Harris)!
The 2009 release grossed more than a half-billion dollars in box-office globally and, this time with international star Noomi Rapace in the project (from the Swedish-language “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” franchise), the Warner Bros. team hope to repeat their earlier good fortunes.
With thanks to Warner Bros, check out all the cast interviews below!
Although the film doesn’t officially open until December 21, 2011, Tom Cruise, Paula Patton and team MI-IV are currently jetsetting across the planet promoting their action flick, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. We’ve got plenty of photos coming in from today’s premiere in Tokyo, Japan, and below are the official Paramount Pictures video interviews with the film’s cast.
Tom Cruise, as we’re all sure to be reminded by this installment of the franchise, is still one of cinema’s all-time biggest box-office stars,Paula Patton is the gorgeous teacher from the provocative film “Precious,” Simon Pegg, of course, is best known for his fan-fave work on ”Shaun of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz,” Jeremy Renner received an Oscar-nomination for “The Hurt Locker” and will soon appear as Hawkeye in “The Avengers,” and, rounding out the interviewees below is Josh Holloway, who was one of the stars of the hit show “Lost.” …Read More