The actress has hired Matthew Newton to write and direct her next film Eve despite numerous domestic abuse allegations against him.
Emma Watson eyes social media: 'I love what it can do and how it brings people together, but used in the wrong way, it's incredibly dangerous'
When the first trailer for The Huntsman: Winter’s War came out three months ago, it was hard to know who audiences were supposed to root for in this Kristen Stewart-less prequel to 2012’s Snow White and the Huntsman. Did the preening, power-hungry Ravenna really kill Freya’s baby?
Daisy Ridley is not Keira Knightley. (Photo: Getty Images)
In separate pieces in The Hollywood Reporter, both Barbra Streisand and Jessica Chastain pull back the curtain on what it’s like to be a woman in Hollywood. The two, who have seven Academy Award nominations between them, talk about their experiences as minorities in the film industry, and where they see it going. “What does ‘difficult’ mean, anyway?” Streisand, who has long been dogged by rumors about on-set behavior, asks. “[Women are] just measured by a different standard.
“The stars aligned for these 2 wonderful people. I love this couple, especially @jessweixler You are the most beautiful friend. Im so proud of you,” Jessica Chastain wrote on Instagram. Photo: @chastainiac/Instagram
Jessica Chastain at the European premiere of ‘The Martian’ on September 24 He’s about to take on the sinister organization SPECTRE — but could James Bond handle a foe as formidable as Jessica Chastain? In a new interview, the two-time Oscar nominee revealed that she dreams of playing a nefarious Bond villain. Here are three other celebrities who have recently thrown their hat in the ring, Oddjob-style, for the dream job of Bond villain. Helen Mirren During a 2013 fan campaign to cast Mirren as the first female Doctor Who, Dame Helen announced that she wasn’t interested — but she would be interested in fighting James Bond.
The new sci-fi hit The Martian may be set in the future, but its soundtrack is decidedly retro. The film is full of disco tunes from the likes of Vickie Sue Robinson, The Hues Corporation and Donna Summer, much to the chagrin of stranded astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon), who can’t stand the genre (the tunes were left behind by his ‘70s-era-music-loving commander, Melissa Lewis, played by Jessica Chastain). It’s one thing the guy has to feast on nothing but potatoes for most of the time, and you know, is cut off from direct human interaction for a year-and-a-half. It’s the disco that really drives him nuts.
This printed gown is made from 64% organic linen with tulle petticoats made of recycled materials. Last week, H&M released its 2014 sustainability report. Today, it celebrates the launch of its 4th annual Conscious Collection, a capsule collection of clothes made from recycled materials that’s also made for the red carpet. The dictionary defines sustainable as, “the ability to be sustained, supported, upheld, or confirmed.” More specifically, “the quality of not being harmful to the environment or depleting natural resources, and thereby supporting ecological balance.” Well, fashion depends almost entirely upon natural resources, from water to cotton, and then there’s the problem with the word sustained: fashion gets off on change.