New York Fashion Week kicked off this week, and the Venice Film Festival continued, so there were lots of delicious red carpet looks to munch on. Here are three appetizers: Thandie Newton in Stella McCartney, Shannyn Sossamon in Louis Vuitton, and Heidi Klum in mega sparkle. Step inside for the rest: Rachel Bilson, Jenna Lyons, Selita Ebanks, Michelle Williams, Eva Mendes, and more.
The gang from How to Make It in America got together in NYC last to celebrate their upcoming series premiere, which airs on HBO Sunday on Valentine's Day. Stars Lake Bell, Bryan Greenberg and Victor Rasuk were joined by Eddie Kaye Thomas and Scott Mescudi, aka Kid Cudi, on the red carpet. We were able to recently chat with Bryan and Victor about their new Mark Wahlberg produced show — make sure to tune into PopSugar Rush Friday to see our exclusive interview! Lake was thrilled to meet other members of the HBO family, including Entourage's Adrian Grenier and Big Love's Chloe Sevigny.
Josh Lucas joined the cast at the after-party in the Bowery Hotel, which also brought out Kristen Dunst. Ed Westwick and Jessica Szohr had the evening off from Gossip Girl and were caught on their way home, as was Avatar's Zoe Saldana and her boyfriend Keith Britton. The How to Make It in America stars still have lots of press to do before their first episode airs this weekend, but the blizzard currently taking over the Big Apple unfortunately got in Bryan's way forcing him to reschedule a date with Jimmy Kimmel in LA.
I often wonder if I had the bank account that most celebrities have, would I change my hair color, hairstyle, and/or haircuts with more frequency, too? Part of me says yes, while the other part wonders if I'd actually be that brave. At any rate, it's time to tell us what you think of the following celebrity hairstyle changes. Some are a bit more dramatic, while others are more subtle. Cast your votes now!
The hot guys (ugh, other than the mustache) stole the show at last night's premiere of P.S. I Love You in LA. It seems like Gerard Butler and Jeffrey Dean Morgan were pretty into each other, too, judging from the red-carpet game of grab ass (love it). Gerard said, "Jeffrey Dean Morgan rubbing my ass, yeah that's about as good as it gets!" Other excitement included the fact that Mary Louise Parker was looking hot on JDM's arm — yay for them being back together. Hilary Swank looked glamorous showing of her new movie, while Gina Gershon was showing off an interesting two-toned hair look, are you loving or hating it? While the previews make me feel like I might cry through the whole movie, I gotta say that I can't resist the Gerard/Jeffrey Dean Morgan duo.
To see more from the premiere and after party including Lisa Kudrow, Gina Gershon, Harry Connick Jr, James Blunt, and others just read more
It may be rather morbid, but there are a slew of rather smart flicks about the dark world of suicide. Heathers, the quintessential mean-girl movie, and The Virgin Suicides, arguably Sofia Coppola's strongest film, are two such examples. And while Wristcutters: A Love Story, is not as deliciously evil as Heathers nor as visually lush as The Virgin Suicides, it does join the rank of intelligent movies about this depressing topic.
The film follows Zia, played by Patrick Fugit, best known for his starring role in Almost Famous, a young man so distraught over a failed relationship, he decides to kill himself in the opening scene. This is such an impactful way to begin the film, not unlike the powerful first scenes of Carrie or Y Tu Mamá También. From there, the film follows Zia as he is transported to an odd version of hell that he shares solely with other suicide victims. It's a hell that is almost identical to the life he just left, just slightly worse. He works at a pizza joint, appropriately named Kamikaze, and spends his days with an ex-Russian rocker named Eugene. Sound depressing? It is! The movie isn't all bleak, to find out why read more