“It is the vision of the director that takes an ordinary movie and turns it into a work of art,” Stone said before announcing the nominees. “These four men and Greta Gerwig created their own masterpieces this year.
After the 2018 Golden Globes, most celebrities were spotted hitting up an after-party or two. Unfortunately, Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone didn’t…
At this Sunday's Golden Globes, many actresses are expected to dress in black on the red carpet, in a silent protest of sexual harassment. Now we've learned that they may also be wearing a more explicit accessory: a Time's Up solidarity pin.
Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone already have a lot in common: They’re both young, Oscar winners, and mega talented. But when they sat down for a joint interview with W, they found out they were more alike than they realized. Together, the two Hollywood BFFs answered the tough questions: the first album they bought, their favorite Halloween costumes, scariest memories and even their porn names. "Chelsea Thunderbird would've been the perfect porno name," Stone quips.
Actress Amber Tamblyn: "Our movement is big. And a black dress is just the beginning of the darkness that will be drained from every industry across the country by the time we’re done. That’s a promise.”
As the past several weeks have revealed, sexual misconduct has been far too prevalent in Hollywood, but the entertainment industry is now cleaning house. The #MeToo movement and public accusal of powerful men in Hollywood is a movement that requires many, but big name actresses like Angelina Jolie and Reese Witherspoon helped spread the word significantly. For their annual roundtable, The Hollywood Reporter gathered together six top actresses with major releases this season to talk about their work – and, naturally, the conversation quickly shifted to the ongoing sexual harassment issue in Hollywood. "There is a history of abuse against women in our industry, and it's never been addressed," said Jessica Chastain. "I'm devastated by all the stories that have come out because it's heartbreaking, but at the same time I feel hopeful because we're not ignoring it anymore." SEE ALSO: 'One Tree Hill' women accuse show runner of sexual harassment, pen powerful group letter Alongside Chastain, the roundtable brought together Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, Allison Janney, Mary J. Blige, and Saoirse Ronan. "The entertainment industry is kind of the stage on which you can see the inner workings of problems that are all over the world," said Lawrence. "If a flight attendant comes forward about a pilot, it doesn't end up in the news because nobody knows about it. That doesn't mean that there's less sexual abuse going on anywhere else in the world, in any other place of work. But fortunately, we're starting the conversation now." Stone pointed out the link between the gender wage gap and sexual harassment, both of which stem from unequal power between men and women in any given industry. Lawrence recently spoke about her experience with sexual harassment in film, and wrote an open letter to Hollywood about pay inequality in 2015. Chastain described movie deals that took longer to settle on her pay rate because the production was waiting to settle up a male costar's check first. "I believe that things will change because this is making other women say, 'Me too,' 'Me too,' 'Me too' — it keeps happening every day because people are tired of sitting around with that secret that holds them prisoner," said Blige. "Women have been going through this since they were children." The actresses shared the experience of being dismissed as "difficult' when they stood up for themselves or feeling that their jobs were threatened if they were too assertive. "The onus isn't on women," Chastain emphasized. "Society has a way of blaming victims: You didn't come out soon enough or you're not asking for enough money. But the onus is on others not to abuse their power." Read the full interview here. WATCH: Jennifer Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon speak out about sexual harassment in Hollywood
Emma Stone is that rare breed of celeb who manages to toe the line between aspirational role model and BFF. Sadly, the chance of tapping Stone for advice of any kind seems miniscule, so until we manage to breach her inner circle of friends, we'll have to make do with stalking her red carpet beauty looks. Turns out, there's a lot to choose from: We're talking colorful cat-eyes, throwback hairstyles, and vibrant pastel hues — and those are just three of the five trends she always has on rotation.
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Emma Stone has stepped out wearing a satin pajama set from the highly anticipated collaboration between H&M and British designer Erdem. The collection isn't set to debut until Nov. 2, but the Oscar-winning actress got her hands on it first, and wore a look recently on Chelsea Handler's Netflix talk show, Chelsea.
When we had the chance to talk with TV royalty like Billy Eichner and "This Is Us" star Chris Sullivan, we found out who their first-ever celebrity crushes were.
Emma Stone updated her shoulder-length platinum blonde hair with a set of extensions for her role in the upcoming new Netflix show 'Maniac.' See the star's new look here.
Dior Makeup brand ambassador Bella Hadid attended a launch event for the fashion house in Los Angeles on Thursday night. To celebrate Dior’s new ‘Pump ‘N’ Volume Mascara’ campaign, the 20-year-old model wore a style for the designer that she’s worn before — the extremely popular sheer, structured corset gown from Dior’s spring/summer 2017 ready-to-wear collection. The see-through gown hails from Italian fashion designer Maria Grazia Chiuri‘s first collection as the artistic director of Dior, which was was met with mixed reviews.
These days, stars let their accessories do the talking. Whether it’s supporting Planned Parenthood, GLAAD, or the ACLU, politically-savvy celebrities are turning the spotlight on themselves on the red carpet onto causes near and dear to them with hats, purses, pins, and more.
The Oscars aren’t just about the best in movies – even when best picture debacles happen. They’re also about showcasing gorgeous beauty looks, including debuting products many don’t know about yet. Cases in point: these actresses and their glam products.
One of the hottest trends of the night was gold, and we’re not just talking about the statues handed out. Several actresses stepped out in outfits that looked awfully similar to the man of the night, Oscar.