For his first lead film role since he passed on Fifty Shades of Grey, Charlie Hunnam is exploring fifty shades of green. In The Lost City of Z (opening in New York and Los Angeles April 14 and nationwide on April 21), Hunnam plays real-life British adventurer Percy Fawcett, who vanished in the Amazon jungle in 1925 while searching for a legendary ancient city. The book was optioned by Brad Pitt‘s Plan B Entertainment, and now it’s a dramatic thriller from director James Gray.
Before Kate Young hit the red carpet at InStyle’s Awards in Los Angeles last week, she was FaceTiming with just one of her many A-list clients. “The James Bond premiere was today in London and Rachel [Weisz] went to that and I was like, ‘Oh that looks good. I like the bag. OK.
“I wouldn’t say that celebrities are demanding the newest looks,” says stylist Erin Walsh by way of explanation. “I would say, in general, I want to share the best with the people that I have the opportunity to work with.
Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller are not chefs at one of the world’s most upscale restaurants, but they play them in Burnt. And that gives them way more expertise than we have on fine-dining etiquette. So at the press junket for their new cooking dramedy, we asked the duo for tips about eating out at the very fancy-schmanciest of establishments. (Watch it above.)
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, two thespians who should be paid the same amount. Photo: Getty Jennifer Lawrence’s essay on Lena Dunham’s newsletter website Lenny about getting paid less than her male coworkers has caused quite a stir. In the piece, she discusses the infamous Sony leak that revealed she and her female costar Amy Adams were paid less than their male counterparts for their roles in American Hustle. It was further proof of the pervasive issue of pay inequality, which doesn’t just affect regular women – it’s also a problem for those who are already privileged and rich. In the piece, Lawrence mentions that while the compensation was unfair, she felt she should have been more diligent about making sure she was being paid the same rate as everyone else.“I didn’t get mad at Sony.
In what might be the most niche fashion controversy to hit New York Fashion Week in, well, ever, downtown designer Maryam Nassir Zadeh is accusing fashion darlings and recent CFDA winners Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel of copying her signature shoes. The shoes are very similar, and unfortunately there was this whole conflict.” Maryam Nassir Zadeh has been making her shoes since 2012.