STEINER: It was a great collaboration. Carey’s lovely. She was all in for the part, and it’s a taxing part. It’s very interesting. I know she’s getting a lot of accolades. But she was great. We had three weeks of prep, which is a very short time, so we went in full steam ahead. We did, I think, maybe two or three fittings, and honed her closet, and then things changed here and there, throughout. But you make a kind of closet for her. Certain things are for specific scenes, and other things can kind of float around a little bit more. So, that’s how we did it. We had a couple of fittings throughout the shooting, when we made the nurse’s dress. That was actually towards the end of our shoot. … [Read more...] about The Art Of Craft: ‘Promising Young Woman’ Costume Designer Nancy Steiner Fashions Looks For A Woman Forever In Disguise
And while Phillips certainly isn’t shy about standing out in a crowd, this will be the first time he’s posting in his skivvies. SAXX says it’s not just about showing off the underwear though. “Our mission is to support men in stepping outside their comfort zones to drive positive change,” the rep says. “And Dude With Sign, with his sarcastic messages that spotlight the things we’re all really thinking but can’t find the nerve to say, is the ultimate embodiment of that.” … [Read more...] about The ‘Dude With Sign’ Launching an Underwear Campaign Is Peak 2021 (and It’s Only January)
The Best Watches Under $1,000 (Women’s) 7. Tag Heuer Formula 1 The Tag Heuer Formula 1 is one of the best deals in terms of brand recognition. Tag Heuer is one of the biggest names in the Swiss luxury watch world, making this sub-$1,000 Formula 1 a steal. But don’t let the attainable price tag deceive you: this watch brings premium materials and a very versatile, classic style. The mother of pearl face and stainless steel build makes the watch easy to wear with everything from jeans and a tee to a dress. And, thanks to a sapphire crystal face, there’s no need to worry about inevitable knicks or scratches. … [Read more...] about The Best Watches Under $1,000
It might’ve been tougher for him in Braveheart because it was so physically demanding and it wasn’t like they did Braveheart for five months on Broadway. So he was figuring things out on the day. I didn’t have the anxiety of, is this going to work? For me, the anxiety was, am I going to screw it up? I wasn’t searching for Troy, or trying to reinvent him. We had to catch up Jovan as Cory and the little girl [Saniyya Sidney]; they were the two new actors. She is a firecracker. We did the scene, when they’re singing and then Jovan starts breaking down. I said, “Look, you just take care of your big brother.” She was like, “OK.” And she gives him the hug and did all that stuff. She’s just so innocent, she doesn’t even realize she’s under pressure. … [Read more...] about Denzel Washington Q&A: Can SAG Award Winner Notch Third Oscar?
There’s conflict throughout the seven-episode first season (really, six episodes and a Christmas special), but outside of an hour where James second-guesses whether he should have euthanized a horse, that conflict is always intentionally skimpy. A key source of tension in one episode is that Siegfried has a cold! In another, James regrets letting Tristan — who has yet to successfully pass his own vet school exams — look after Tricki Woo, the indulged Pekingese cat of the wealthy and eccentric Mrs. Pumphrey, played by Dame Diana Rigg in one of her final roles. Even the central love triangle, in which James moons over local farmer Helen (Rachel Shenton) while she dates the wealthy Hugh (Matthew Lewis), is played in miniature: Hugh’s clearly not right for Helen, but his worst sin is lying about the condition of a bull. … [Read more...] about ‘All Creatures Great and Small’: A Welcome Return to Simpler Times