Cannes craziness continues!Stars continue to step out in the South of France this week as the 2018 Cannes Film Festival continues through Saturday. Bella Hadid continued to make waves, as did Jane Fonda, Naomi Campbell, Serena Williams and Pierce Brosnan, who stepped out with wife Keely Shaye Smith.SEE ALSO: Cannes Film Festival 2018: La Toya Jackson, Pierce Brosnan step out on quiet day 9Back in the US, Jamie Foxx stepped out with daughter Corinne, Jenna Dewan rocked a sexy outfit for "World of Dance" promo, Blake Lively accompanied Ryan Reynolds to the "Deadpool 2" premiere and Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez stepped out again together.More of our favorite celebrity sightings this week came from Jennifer Garner, Kathie Lee Gifford, Andy Cohen and Fergie.See the best celebrity sightings of the week below: 35 PHOTOS Celeb Spotter 060: Celebs continue to hit Cannes See Gallery Celeb Spotter 060: Celebs continue to hit Cannes Jamie Foxx and daughter Corinne Foxx posed … [Read more...] about All of the best celebrity sightings of the week, from Cannes to New York City
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You no longer need to be part of society's underbelly to enjoy a drink at Sister Margaret’s School for Wayward Girls. The bar frequented by Deadpool and other mercenaries is coming to New York and Los Angeles to promote Deadpool 2. The pop-up — for fans 21 and older — is part of a promotional campaign between the Fox film and beverage company Mike's Harder. The New York pop-up will be at the Alligator Lounge in Brooklyn, April 26-28 from 7 to 11:30 p.m., and pizza will be served Then the bar comes to Slipper Clutch in downtown L.A., May 10-12 from 7 to 11:30 p.m., and fans will be served chimichangas (naturally). The L.A. pop-up will benefit the nonprofit DTLA Film Festival, which is also conducting the event. Both pop-ups will feature Deadpool 2-inspired Harder flavors, and Harder is offering a chance to win a trip to the film's premiere. Deadpool 2 once again stars Ryan Reynolds as the title character and features Josh Brolin as … [Read more...] about ‘Deadpool’ Pop-Up Bar Coming to New York and L.A.
The center of the Oscar season universe this week is freezing Gotham, where many contenders traveled in advance of Monday night's New York Film Critics Circle Awards ceremony and Tuesday night's National Board of Review Awards, as well as a host of events set up around them in the hopes of currying favor with Academy members. The 81st NYFCC ceremony, which took place at the Tao Downtown restaurant and was emceed by the group's president, Marshall Fine, attracted the attendance of most of its honorees — including best director winner Todd Haynes (Carol), best actor winner Michael Keaton (Spotlight), best actress winner and my tablemate Saoirse Ronan (Brooklyn) and best supporting actress winner Kristen Stewart (Clouds of Sils Maria) — as well as a coterie of notable presenters. The NYFCC, a group comprised of 35 working film critics, this year seemed to gravitate to films set in or about their city: In addition to Carol, which also was chosen as best film, and … [Read more...] about Oscars: Kristen Stewart, Michael Keaton Join Frenzied Last-Minute Campaigning in New York
Throughout the 82nd New York Film Critics Circle Awards, which took place Tuesday night at the Tao Downtown restaurant, the most frequent subject of critical ire was President-elect Donald J. Trump. David Edelstein of New York magazine, who chairs the critics' group, opened the evening by saying its aim was to celebrate "a few of the good things that happened during the shit-show of a year we just had." Later, The Daily Show host Trevor Noah, while presenting the best documentary award to O.J.: Made in America, cracked that he thought we'd learned from the O.J. Simpson trial — until Trump's election in November, which he called "another bad decision based on fame and race." And other presenters like Robert Klein, Jonathan Demme and Baz Luhrmann, as well as some of the honorees — who were originally announced back on Dec. 1 — joined the anti-Trump chorus. As for critical love, the group, which is comprised of 37 New York-based … [Read more...] about New York Film Critics Circle Awards: Taking Aim at Donald Trump Amid the Prize-Giving
Zachary Quinto, B.J. Novak and Edgar Ramirez were spotted in front rows Monday and Tuesday. Sunday night’s SAG Awards made it clear that artists will be making political statements in every way, shape and form during the coming months, and the menswear shows that kicked off Monday in New York only reinforced that idea. From overt messages of protest to the more subtle ways clothes communicate thought and emotion, menswear designers are wasting no time addressing the country’s current mood — and conversely, many are offering an antidote. Welcome to the fall/winter 2017 shows, the chaos and comfort edition. Robert James Off to the side of Robert James’ presentation Monday afternoon, a sign announced his current state of mind, he said: “As the world turns dark around us, the use of clothing as protection becomes more literal than ever." Ohio-born and based on New York’s Lower East Side, James offered up a collection that was largely sportswear-driven … [Read more...] about Protest Signs, Camo Prints Kick Off Men’s Runway Shows at New York Fashion Week