I adore the shoot Harper’s Bazaar UK have done with their June cover star, Carey Mulligan. Gorgeous doesn’t even begin to cover it.
The photographer was Tim Allen and you can see more pictures here.
“If, like Tarantino, you show up with a megaphone and claim to be creating a real solution to a specific problem, I only ask that you not instead, construct something unnecessarily fake and then act like you’ve done us a favor.
Actor Jesse Williams on the problem with Django Unchained
“Django Unchained” is being projected on screens around the world, out of context: A slim percentage of consumers have any real understanding of what took place during slavery, one of history’s most prolonged, barbaric and celebrated human rights violations. Sadly, for many Americans, this film is the beginning and the end of that history lesson.”
Tom Hanks and Christopher Mcdonald checking out Olivia Wilde’s engagement ring at a New York Knicks game, which she attended with her fiancé Jason Sudeikis
I find it very sad that media makes up bogus stories about women fighting in this industry. Filming The Help was the most amazing experience and yet, that is the film Im most asked about in regards to “fighting on set”. Why do we support the myth that women are competitive and cannot get along?
I think all of the actresses recognized this year have given incredible performances. But more important, they’ve all shown themselves to be filled with generosity and kindness. I’ve done two photo shoots with Jennifer Lawrence over the years and have found her to be utterly charming and a great talent. I’ve told her how beautiful her film work is.
Please don’t allow the media to perpetuate the myth that women arent supportive of each other. Everytime an actress is celebrated for her great work, I cheer. For the more brilliant their performance, the more the audience demands stories about women. With support and encouragement, we help to inspire this industry to create opportunities for women. And as we all know: a great year for women in film, is just a great year for film xxjes”
Gemma Arterton at a pre-BAFTAs dinner last night (left) and at the BAFTAs tonight in Celia Kritharioti (right). I like the Kritharioti, but If only she’d worn the dress on the left to the BAFTAs! She would have been best-dressed by a mile. (Can anyone ID the designer?)
Richard, played by newcomer Jack Reynor, gets everything he wants without asking - often without even trying. A star rugby player, he is intelligent and socially adept, possessing a mature confidence that makes him the golden boy of his Dublin neighbourhood.
Quvenzhané Wallis by Juergen Teller for February’s W magazine