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  • Elizabeth Banks on surrogacy: 'I definitely think I’m still judged'

    Elizabeth Banks, director of 'Charlie's Angels' and 'Pitch Perfect 2' feels judged for having used a surrogate to bring her children into the world.

  • Tracee Ellis Ross Speaks the Truth: Women Are 'Valuable And Powerful And Entertaining'

    Last night, every woman in the room was donning her invisible Wonder Woman cuffs at the Women in Film’s Crystal + Lucy Awards, held at the Beverly Hilton.

  • Halle Berry Shows Major Leg, Plus More Supersexy Looks From the Vanity Fair Oscars Party

    After the Oscars wrap up, the hordes head to the Governor’s Ball. But for most, the ultimate destination is the ultra-exclusive Vanity Fair Oscar party — wall-to-wall A-listers.

  • Oscars Burning Question: How Do Stars Pull Off the Dress Quick-Change?

    Elizabeth Banks wore a frothy Versace strapless gown to the 2010 Oscars that was sewn onto her body. Banks made the switch without breaking a sweat, dislodging a hair, or smudging her makeup. “Our clients that change, change in the car,” says her stylist, Wendi Ferreira, part of the Wendi & Nicole styling team.

  • Elizabeth Banks Changed Into Heels Eventually — But Her Flats Were So Cute She Didn’t Have To

    Elizabeth Banks wore a black dress to Jimmy Fallon’s afterparty. Like many stars, Elizabeth Banks hit the Hollywood circuit on Sunday night after the Golden Globes. Spotted at Jimmy Fallon’s afterparty in Los Angeles, the 42-year-old actress wore a black minidress with elbow-length sleeves by Haney and accessorized with a silver clutch.

  • Here’s the totally important reason Elizabeth Banks won’t be directing “Pitch Perfect 3”

    We were super bummed when we heard that Elizabeth Banks would no longer be directing Pitch Perfect 3, but now that we know…

  • Drake’s “Hotline Bling” Gets Reimagined by 13 Celebrities

    Few music videos in 2015 caused as much of a stir as “Hotline Bling” by Drake, the cover star of the latest issue of W Art. Watch, as Bryan Cranston, Amy Schumer, Kristen Wiig, Seth Rogen, and more celebrities, try to top the song that spawned a thousand memes with a dramatic reading of the megahit.

  • Red Lips Rule at the Venice Film Festival

    Kristen Stewart rocked an oxblood lip at the Venice Film Festival. Just take a look at this year’s Venice Film Festival attendees. Last night Kristen Stewart hit the red carpet for the premiere of “Equals” wearing a stunning Chanel couture gown from the fall 2015 collection but it was that rich, oxblood lip by makeup artist Pati Dubroff that got us talking. Dubroff was also behind Dakota Johnson’s rosy red pout at the premiere of “Black Mass” on Friday night.  Elizabeth Banks, Dakota Johnson and Paz Vega wore red lipstick at the Venice Film Festival.

  • Diane Kruger, Rihanna, and Hailee Steinfeld Win Best Dressed

    The stars are swanning about along the canals of Venice for the 72nd annual Venice Film Festival. Diane Kruger, a fashion industry darling if there ever was one, channeled old world Hollywood glam at the opening ceremony in an embellished silver Prada gown with a cascading train. Meanwhile, across the Atlantic, Rihanna attended a wedding in a kimono-style printed lavender robe dress by Dries van Noten. From Hailee Steinfeld in Miu Miu to Lily Aldridge’s off-duty look, here are the rest of this week’s best dressed.

  • Selena Gomez & Amanda Seyfried Opt for Sexy Summer Looks In This Week’s Best Dressed

    Among them was Selena Gomez who was spotted in New York City wearing a Balmain crop top and high-waist black trousers while promoting her newest single Good For You. The actress brought some edginess to the premiere of Ted 2 in New York in a sleek LBD and braids inspired by cornrows.

  • Anna Kendrick in Alexander McQueen Is Pitch Perfect

    "Pitch Perfect" is back and better than ever. The leading ladies—Elizabeth Banks, Anna Camp, Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, Hailee Steinfeld, Rebel Wilson, and more—are traveling around the world in style in preparation of their film coming out on May 14. Banks, who's always been a fashion star and has added director to her list of responsibilities for the comedy sequel, continues to show off her sartorial chops. With designer pieces from Emilia Wickstead, Peter Pilotto, Elie Saab, and more, she never seems to play it safe—and that's a good thing.