It was yet another star-studded evening in California on Sunday, as the industry’s most respected entertainers stepped out for the 21st annual Hollywood Film Awards. Taking place at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the ceremony benefitted the Motion Picture & Television Fund — a charitable organization dedicated to providing various resources amongst the entertainment community — and was hosted by James Corden for the third year in a row.
Commenting on Margot Robbie's look at the "Goodbye Christopher Robin" premiere, one social media user said: "I can't breathe! She is so amazing! She looks so damn cute."
Fans think Sarah Hyland, left, and Lucy Hale look alike. Lucy Hale recently posted a sweet snap hugging her friend — fellow actress Sarah Hyland — and fans were quick to notice the similarities between the two. It’s clear Hale is well aware of the pair’s look-alike status.
Margot Robbie might have gotten married over the weekend, and no one saw it coming. Last week the actress landed in Australia wearing a navy blue T-shirt that said, “Say ‘I Do’ Down Under” and featured a map of the her home country. The shirt is actually from an organization called Say I Do Down Under that advocates for marriage equality in Australia.
Surprisingly, that seems to have happened to Margot Robbie’s character, Harley Quinn, in a few different trailers for her upcoming movie, Suicide Squad. According to a side-by-side clip posted by YouTube user BleedingCool, the trailers that aired in the United States show much shorter, more revealing shorts on Harley during a scene when she walks by her fellow cast mates.
[Photo: Getty] Vanity Fair’s cover article on Margot Robbie has caused quite a stir lately - but not for reasons you might assume. Writer Rich Cohen has been labelled “sexist” and “creepy” on Twitter for describing the 26-year-old Australian actress as a “girl next door” and comparing her to a “second-semester freshman”. [Photo: Twitter/AlannaBennett] Branded as a sexist article and one that perpetuates lazy stereotypes about Australia on Twitter, Roxane Gay, writer and bestselling author of book Bad Feminist was one person to call him out, saying: “I mean… she’s a 26 year old movie star. The only freshmen is the guy with his d**k in his hand, aka Rich Cohen.”
The Oscars’ reputation as the least risky red carpet may make them slightly less fun to sport-watch than, say, the OTT looks at the VMAs. But the relatively sedate approach to red carpet dressing makes the Academy Awards the best source of style inspiration. After all, most of us not named Miley Cyrus wouldn’t be caught dead in a shirt made of silver suspenders — but for prom or a big night out, plenty of women would want to channel Margot Robbie’s gold goddess dress or Charlize Theron’s show-stopping Dior gown. We found affordable versions of some of our favorite Oscars looks from last night.
It used to be that you could tell a member of “new Hollywood” by the dress she wore to an awards show: something youthful, prom-like and, quite possibly, a bit pouffy. But not anymore. These days, Hollywood’s up-and-coming class is chock full of fashion-forward females who can hold their own at an awards show. Wearing designers from Gucci to Chanel Couture and Calvin Klein Collection, these young women bring just as much magic to their red carpet dressing as they do to the roles they play onscreen.
If you dress up as a cat or a witch for Halloween, you’re probably kind of boring. If you dress up as a sexy cat or witch for Halloween, you’re definitely boring.
The front row during fashion week is often times more glamorous that the catwalk itself. Celebs, socialites, and industry insiders are strategically placed in seats along the runway, not only so they can have the best view of the collection, but also so the rest of us (and the many photographers) can have the best view of them. We’ve rounded up our favorite front row beauty looks from fashion week. Click through to see everyone from Kylie Jenner to Bella Thorne.