Wake up to the latest pop culture news, including the raccoon that has stolen the public's heart and John Boyega's defense of his bullied co-stars.
When Ross and Kendall Robbins’s children were born on May 4, aka "Star Wars" Day, they knew they wanted to honor the movie franchise’s legacy.
Kick off Star Wars Day with the latest pop culture headlines, including Gigi Hadid's apology, Heathrow's nod to "May the 4th be with you," and Kanye West's new woes.
The actress, who stars as Rey in the upcoming "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," looks fierce in Vogue, and the Internet is loving it.
Laura Dern seems to be everywhere these days. That’s because she is. She’s the ferocious Renata in Big Little Lies, she’s a recovering drug addict in Wilson, and she has two top-secret roles in Twin Peaks and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. And it’s only March. Her secret to nailing those disparate performances: “You try to find your way in when you read a script.”
Daisy Ridley is a knockout beauty, even with a hairnet. The Last Jedi was recently revealed as the title of the next Star Wars movie, which will hit theaters in December 2017. Die-hard fans of the ongoing series are already going bonkers trying to figure out exactly what the title means.
While Carrie Fisher is most widely remembered for her role as Leia in the Star Wars franchise, she had an extensive and diverse career in film and TV, starting when she was just 15.
Daisy Ridley’s new hairstyle for Star Wars: Episode VIII is veiled under so much secrecy that she recently exercised in between shooting scenes with a pillowcase over her head. At the Teen Choice Awards, Ridley showed off a freshly dyed, cropped bob (with added side bangs, nonetheless) while accepting the award for Choice Movie Chemistry in the film Star Wars: The Force Awakens with her co-star John Boyega.
Not if you ask the hottest designers in the fashion industry! In honor today being "Star Wars Day" (May the 4th be with you — get it?), we’re shedding light and light sabers on some of the coolest Star Wars fashion collabs in the galaxy. Love them, you will.
Daisy Ridley is fighting back against body shaming. The post slammed Ridley for setting “unrealistic expectations” for young women, due to her slender frame. Posting a screenshot of the meme, Ridley wrote: “’Real women’ are all shapes and sizes, all ethnicities, all levels of brave, have families, don’t have families.
Photo: Christian MacDonald for Interview You may not be familiar with the name Daisy Ridley now, but that’s about to change: The British actress, 23, plays lead character Rey in the news Star Wars film, The Force Awakens, out December 18. Carrie Fisher, who reprises her role of Princess Leia in the film, spoke with Ridley for the upcoming issue of Interview Magazine about the newcomer’s Star Wars crush, being considered a sex symbol, and when to say ‘no’ to the wardrobe department. They were like, ‘Is there anyone you particularly look up to?’ And I’m like, ‘Well, Carrie, obviously.’” Daisy Ridley, not in a gold bikini.
Beyoncé’s Frida Kahlo costume makes the list of 2015′s most-wanted Halloween costumes. Photo: Instagram/@beyonce. Confused normal people are milling around thrift stores, and the Blockbuster Video that’s sat abandoned since 2011 has undergone its yearly transformation into a Party City: It must be Halloween! And truly, nothing is sadder than feeling all proud of your Imperator Furiosa costume, only to show up to a party where 50 other people are sporting foreheads full of black grease paint.
For the highly anticipated release of Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, Nixon, the California-based lifestyle brand, has teamed up with Lucas Films to create a limited-edition collection of accessories that celebrates the villains of the film. The goods start at $55 for small leather pieces and ranges to $2,500 for the limited-edition Darth Vader watch. Unfortunately fans of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and the rest of the good guys will need to wait until the follow up collection hits stores next year.
Lupita Nyong’o is on the October cover of Vogue. This one, of course, anticipates her forthcoming role in the buzziest film of 2015: J.J. Abrams’s Star Wars: Episode VII—The Force Awakens. Nyong’o plays a CGI character in the film, but not even Vogue could get any info out of her (other than that she wears approximately 168 dots on her face). The written interview with Nyong’o paints a very fancy, very formal picture in which she lunches with Riccardo Tisci in Paris and says things like, “Yale taught me that it’s about giving yourself permission to pretend,” and, “I will always be a child of Kenya.” But the magazine’s signature “73 Question With…” video reveals a Nyong’o you might want to hang out with IRL. Living in Brooklyn, she takes the subway to work, picnics in the park, and wants to be besties with Misty Copeland (who doesn’t?!).
Jaime King leaving a friend’s house, wearing an exclusive Mighty Fine Star Wars sweatshirt from Kohl’s. Photo: StarTraks Photo Fashion loves to talk about high low. Nothing says, “I know style,” quite like the ability to mix runway fashions with high street pieces—at least not since Anna Wintour paired those stonewashed Guess jeans with a bejeweled Christian Lacroix sweater on the cover of her Vogue debut. Jaime King showed off her own styling prowess while out and about in Los Angeles on Thursday.
“Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” may not hit theaters until December 18, but anticipation is already high and the brand collaborations are in full force. You can expect to see Star Wars branding everywhere from Subway to Verizon, but there’s one collab you can’t miss: Star Wars for CoverGirl. Because, yes, women (like me) love Star Wars, and the beauty looks are a big part of it. The cosmetics brand’s global creative design director and makeup legend Pat McGrath has created six eye-catching beauty looks inspired by the upcoming Star Wars film — some from the light side and some from the dark side.
Amy Schumer Gets Kinky C-3PO & R2-D2 Amy Schumer wearing a Princess Leia-inspired costume in bed with C-3PO & R2-D2. Photography by Marc Seliger forGQ The summer belongs to Amy Schumer. In response to her starring role in what’s sure to be an instant classic,Trainwreck, the comedienne’s commanded attention the world over from afeature in the New York Times to hobnobbing with Jon Hamm on Entertainment Tonight all while effusing her feminist brand of comedy unabashedly. But while everything she does is weird and wild, she’s topped even herself on theAugust cover of GQ .
It's May 4th! Star Wars fans everywhere's favorite day because they get to say to everyone "May the Fourth Be With You!" We at Yahoo Style love any excuse to celebrate these amazing movies (and we also love puns!), so what better way to kick off what will surely be a day filled with Star Wars references, with a slideshow of the best fashion moments inspired by the movie in recent years ? some more obvious than others? but they also make sense.