Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) in “Fifty Shades of Grey” is a completely different person from the character who appears in “Fifty Shades Freed”. Instead, it looks like she’s slightly smirking in her scenes, as if she’s fully aware of the unbelievable situations she finds herself in in “Fifty Shades Freed”. The movie is the final instalment in the “Fifty Shades” trilogy, based on the book of the same name.
Kan tried to set Chiew up with her friends before they confessed their feelings to each other . This Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. Carolyn Kan and Chiew Huan Chong’s story is one of chance encounters and lessons in love.
Kate and Joel were never invited to each other’s birthday parties when they were classmates. On her first day of Primary 1 at Tao Nan School, Kate Tan was told by her form teacher to hold hands with one Joel Yang, who would remain her “class partner” until they were in Primary 6. It was “yucky”, laughs Kate, now 30 and an e-commerce strategist with Publicis Media.
Navigating dating in the digital day and age comes with its own set of rules, and even a new vocabulary. We reach out to some 20-somethings for a little help in deciphering some of the latest social-media dating courtship lingo, and get their expert take on what to do when you get blue-ticked or benched.
Rohim (left) and Alifa had to date on the sly because of her conservative parents. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. Unknown to the “very conservative” family within, Abdul Rohim Sarip, then a second-year law student at the National University of Singapore, had more than charity on his mind.
Pia swiped right on Nathan – the rest is history. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. The pictures on Nathan Masters’ Tinder profile were… obscure, to say the least.
When Simon Yong walked into the Prince of Wales Pub one night in 2006, his eye was immediately drawn to the stage. The virtuoso guitarist had gone to the Little India pub to check out a friend's band, and was an instant fan - at least of one band member.
Older Singaporean couples often reminisce about how they used to take their partners dancing at Studio M at The Plaza Hotel, or how their relationships reached new heights on a cable car ride to Sentosa. Today, you get things rolling over a game of cosmic bowling, and hit new relationship #goals in the comfort of Gold Class.
Elvina got to know Luca through a Facebook friend request. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. When fashion photographer Elvina Farkas received a friend request from one “Luca Milone” on Facebook, she was surprised.
June and Ben first met on a 30-minute coffee date in the middle of the work day. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. The OkCupid match came up at 98 per cent, suggesting that Singaporean e-commerce entrepreneur June Fong should hook up with one Ben Attard.
Since 2013, private tutor Ashley Wong has, by night, retreated into the world of the Defense of the Ancients - or Dota 2.
It took under 15 minutes at India Emporium, his father's electronics store on High Street. She said hello, he said hello, and Kishin and Alka Ramchand's Happily Ever After was under way.
It’s amazing how “Narratage” managed to get by censors with just a PG13 rating. Did they actually watch the film? Granted, it’s a hefty 140 minutes long, but it’s a troubling thought that they would award this film a mere PG13 rating, when the plot and subject matter are so disturbing.
The ostensibly simple premise for Japanese romantic anime “Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?” later evolves into a surprisingly deeper and more complex story that requires a fair level of thinking and processing from audiences. It uses a combination of traditional 2D hand-drawn animation and 3D animation for vehicles and mechanical objects. Story-wise, main character Nazuna (Suzu Hirose) is revealed to be more than a pretty face.
“Tornado Girl” is a Japanese romantic comedy that’s an adaptation of the manga “A Boy Who Wished to be Okuda Tamio And A Girl Who Drove All Men Crazy”. The film revolves around the main character’s efforts to woo the eponymous “Tornado Girl”, who seems irresistible to all men. “Tornado Girl” is directed by Hitoshi One.
It shows how both characters learn to cope with the switches, even though they cannot remember each other’s name after the switch. It features the voice talents of Ryunosuke Kamiki (Taki Tachibana), Mone Kamishiraishi (Mitsuha Miyamizu), Masami Nagasawa (Miki Okudera), Etsuko Ichihara (Hitoha Miyamizu). It concentrates on two characters and their ordinary lives - if they can’t achieve their goals, the world would not suffer for it.
American college kid Jesse (Ethan Hawke) is on his way to Vienna, Austria to fly back to the States after his trip to visit his now-ex girlfriend in Madrid goes awry. French Celine (Julie Delpy) is heading to France to see her grandmother.
If you’re a fashion and pop culture junkie, or a cinematic daydreamer who often relates real life experiences to those witnessed on film, you’ll love this dreamy new tome by fashion industry icon Hal Rubenstein. The Looks of Love: 50 Moments in Fashion That Inspired Romance, is like VH1′s Pop Up Video in book form, providing little known details and the author’s first hand insights behind everything from Courtney Love’s initial wardrobe choices (she handmade all of those baby doll dresses, btw) to Dior’s elaborate haute couture shows in Paris to how to replicate that iconic gray off-the-shoulder sweatshirt worn by Jennifer Beale in Flashdance. “I don’t think the idea was never not with me,” Rubenstein tells Yahoo Style upon explaining the impetus behind the book. “I have always been fascinated by how powerfully certain pop-cultural images insinuate themselves into our emotional behavior.” Enlisting pals such as Calvin Klein, Debra Messing, John Galliano, and Michael Kors to chime into the conversation, Rubenstein offers a enlightening and gossipy read, a touchstone for anyone who lived through these moments (or wishes that they had). As for his favorite moments? “I won’t ever forget the hysteria of John Galliano freaking everyone out at Versailles with his Amazonian warrior collection for Dior inspired by The Matrix,” he says. “I had the pleasure of introducing my friend Versace to South Beach.