Mark Ruffalo praised his The Kids Are All Right costar and Golden Globe Award winner Annette Bening as he stepped into the NBC afterparty on Sunday. He also said they would celebrate by eating, drinking, being merry, and possibly even "making out in public." His castmate Yaya DaCosta also hit the carpet and headed into the bash.
Rev up your Lightcycles, as Tron: Legacy hits theaters this Friday. The plot's cool and all, but we're excited about the characters' geek-chic look. Makeup artist Rosalina Da Silva worked closely with the film's hairstylists, costume designer, and director to capture the high-tech look the characters sport in the film. "My intention in creating these designs and keeping the palette monochromatic was to make sure that the actors totally fit into the set and became a part of it . . . assuming and reflecting the ambiance," she explained. To see how Rosalina achieved these elaborate effects, keep reading.
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W magazine's September issue features a lineup of hot young things, including Emma Roberts, Zoe Kravitz, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World's Mary Elizabeth Winstead. The trio is featured alongside Yaya DaCosta, Jennifer Lawrence, Greta Gerwig, Kat Dennings, and Jessica Chastain in the issue, which goes on sale nationwide on the 24th. The actresses posed for an accompanying photo spread and went on to chat about risqué topics. They said:
- Emma Roberts on doing nude scenes: "I don’t know that I'd do a full-on nude scene ever. I've never had a full-on sex scene . . . but we'll see."
- Zoe Kravitz on intimate scenes: "I'll make a sex scene as uncomfortable as I can just to break the ice."
- Mary Elizabeth Winstead on sex scenes: "I prefer to do a love scene with someone I've just met."
- Greta Gerwig on the awkwardness of sex: "I think a lot of sex is very awkward. Instances of awkward love making probably outspace instances of beautiful lovemaking, at least in my experience."