Kate Hudson isn't the first to to go bald for her craft. Here are other actresses, from Demi Moore to Millie Bobby Brown, who have shaved it all off for a role.
Filmmaker and former NFL player Matthew A. Cherry has created an animated film on the topic of fathers, daughters, and natural hair that's sure to be a touchdown.
Our favorite Kenyan beauty always slays the red carpet- both fashion and beauty wise. To celebrate the release of her film, “Queen of Katwe,” we picked nine of Luptia’s most mesmerizing beauty looks.
Amal Clooney gave photographers at the Cannes Film Festival more than they bargained for when she flashed a Angelina Jolie amount of leg to the waiting paps.
When Nora Ephron, acclaimed essayist, author of Heartburn, and writer/director of beloved classics like Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve Got Mail, and Julie and Julia, died in 2012, she shocked many—even those closest to her—who didn’t even know she was ill. Now, her son, New York Times writer Jacob Bernstein has made his own film, Everything Is Copy (premiering 3/21 on HBO), interviewing many of those closest to her (including his Carl Bernstein, Mike Nichols, and Steven Spielberg) to unpack just what made Ephron such a magnetic figure. Jacob Bernstein: In the fall of 2012, one of my editors sent me to go interview Lisa Immordino Vreeland who had just done the Diana Vreeland movie The Eye Has to Travel.
Vanessa Bayer and Mindy Weiss; Photo: Kohl’s Didn’t get an invite to the Oscars on Sunday? Don’t fret — “SNL’s” Vanessa Bayer says such awards shows are sometimes best experienced from the comforts of home. For one, an LA red carpet can get “sweaty,” she says, thanks to the bright lights and West coast warm weather. And, you have to tell someone every time you need to use the restroom, so a “seat-filler” can sit in your seat (a production trick to make sure the auditorium doesn’t look too empty to viewers at home).
The road to the Oscars is paved with plenty of other honor-bestowing ceremonies, and the Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards (MUAHS) — honoring those in the official labor union, Local 706, for makeup artists and hair stylists in film, television, stage, and digital media — is the big night for beauty. This year’s event, which took place in Hollywood on Saturday, had Mad Max: Fury Road and American Horror Story: Hotel sweeping awards, doled out in 23 categories by celebs including Tamera Mowry-Housely, LeVar Burton, Kate Flannery, and Johnny Depp. Here, looks from some of the biggest winners of the night.
In the wake of #oscarssowhite and the spate of Asian shows on television (think “Fresh Off the Boat” and “Master of None”), the editors at Yahoo Style started wondering, Why do Asian men get so few big movie roles? To help casting directors, we’ve made a list of the many Asian actors (on TV, stage, and in international cinema) who’d make great leading men. Hopefully one of them will be starring on the big screen soon. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
Over the course of their 32 year tenure, screenwriter/director Joel Coen, and his producer/writer brother, Ethan, have created some of the most memorable female characters in film history. Strong, beautiful, and defiant they are often the backbone of the siblings’ dramatic period pieces and comedic capers. In honor of their latest cinematic release, Hail, Caesar!, out this weekend, we take a look back at the women who have shaped their films — and our lives.
When Seth Grahame-Smith’s reinterpretation of Jane Austen’s classic "Pride and Prejudice" came out in 2009, the idea that the undead could populate the 19th century English countryside seemed ripe for a film adaptation. It’s taken almost six years for "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" to hit theaters, but when it does this Friday, fans will not be disappointed. Starring British actress Lily James as Elizabeth Bennet and Australian up-and-comer Bella Heathcote as her sister Jane, the film breathes new life into a story that has been depicted over and over again.
Kate Hudson checked a major box on her list of career goals when she was asked to voice a character in DreamWorks’ Kung Fu Panda 3, out on January 29. In the film, the actress embodies a determined panda named Mei Mei, which was especially exciting for Hudson’s two sons. Yahoo Style: How excited were your kids when you told them you’d be doing a voice in Kung Fu Panda 3?
‘Back to the Future’ 2015 beauty predictions were less accurate than most other predictions made in the film. (Photo: ‘Back to the Future’/Universal) As of today, the movie Back to the Future takes place entirely in the past. In part II of the trilogy the team travels to October 21, 2015. When the movie was made in 1989, 2015 seemed like it would be a totally different world.
Photo: Can a fashion designer be a true Hollywood star? Just ask Jeremy Scott who, on Tuesday night, became the first style maven to put his handprints outside Mann’s Chinese Theater before a screening of his hotly anticipated documentary, Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer.
Directed by poet Sandra Hochman, the film is about the 1972 Democratic Convention, when the National Women’s Political Caucus (founded by feminist movement pioneers like Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem) is trying to convince the Democratic candidate George McGovern to make abortion legalization part of his platform.
On Wednesday, Oscar-nominated actress Maggie Gyllenhaal divulged that the age-old aphorism “age is just a number” sadly—but truly, and probably not so surprisingly—doesn’t apply to women in film. “There are things that are really disappointing about being an actress in Hollywood that surprise me all the time,” she told The Wrap. Pitch Perfect 2′s Rebel Wilson is being scrutinized for lying about her age.
“There are a lot of myths, and I really wanted someone to tell the truth,” Courtney Love said, explaining why she gave filmmaker Brett Morgen free access to her family memorabilia for the documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, about her late husband, the Nirvana front man. The Tribeca Film Festival screening on Sunday evening was Love’s fourth time seeing the film.
It’s no secret that Hollywood is something of a boys club, but this year’s Sundance film festival — which wraps up tomorrow in Park City, Utah — belonged to the ladies. Related: Girl You Need to Know: Lola Kirke instagram / @oliviacooke_ Olivia Cooke Where She’s Been: If you don’t recognize the 21-year-old Brit from A&E’s Bates Motel, where she plays the cystic fibrosis-stricken love interest to a young Norman Bates, you’ll definitely recognize her as the lucky girl who gets a piggyback ride courtesy of Harry Styles in One Direction’s “Autumn Term” video. Sundance Breakout: In the whimsical, heartfelt dramedy Me & Earl & The Dying Girl, Cooke stuns as a terminally ill high schooler who uses a new friendship with two art kid weirdos to help escape the inevitability that lays ahead. Oh, and the last time a sick-kid movie based on a best-selling YA novel had this much buzz, Shailene Woodley happened.
Today marks Reese Witherspoon’s on-screen journey in the film Wild. Based on a true story, her character Cheryl Strayed treks from the Mojave Desert to Washington State along the Pacific Crest Trail with one large backpack filled with an array of equipment and a pair of REI hiking boots, which she had replaced mid-trip (the company used to replace anything- for life). From desert plains to lush greenery, Strayed’s gear not only carried her life, but the burden of her personal struggles, compelling her to take a hike. To celebrate the film’s debut, and Cheryl Strayed’s unforgiving expedition, here are practical and stylish clothes that work for those long hauls as well as a simple day trek.