All in Interviews
It's been too long for British humor in America since Hot Fuzz.
A movie about phone sex you can watch with your parents? Yes, please.
Ashley Judd and other names are supporters of the movie, an exciting promise for Harris Doran's future filmmaking endeavors.
People break up over the dumbest things. They become friends for no real reason. Life is like that.
"Objectification versus empowerment comes down to where the power lies."
"It seems like they think there is only room to like one female-fronted band at a time."
Through his legendary band The Feelies, Glenn Mercer handcrafted the sound that labeled them The Village Voice’s "Best Underground Band in New York."
Equity, released at the end of July this year, was promoted as the first Wall Street movie about women, and on television news, as "a women's Wolf of Wall Street."
A long time ago, probably 2012, I interviewed Rotimi for Yahoo! He was an up and coming performer ready to make it big as a one named artist a la Cher.
"Every set is different and you can usually tell a lot in the first five minutes.
"I would say most if not all of my films are loaded with my Chicago past to some degree or another."
“I wrote Confessions of a Wild Child as a young adult book,” she says. “When I took it to my publisher, they said, ‘Oh, no. This is your most popular character. You’ve written seven books about her. We have to put this out for everyone.’"
Now taking over Manhattan, Chani is as beautiful as the models and actresses whose faces her artistry adorns and still at her craft.
For film director and the series creator, Jeffrey Reddick, his arrival as John Carpenter for the social media generation took years of effort.
From Katy Perry to Glee stars, Academy favorites to new it girls, women love Shoji's styles because he designs for every age, skin tone, and body type.
Mr. Deen exudes more professionalism and manners than any other "star" I have ever crossed paths with.
"Everything for me clicked, though, on June 1969 the night that I joined with my gay brothers and sisters at the Stonewall Inn where we fought back against years of harassment from both the police but also from intolerant straight society. My parents were the last two people on the planet Earth to not know I was gay—and at Woodstock, I came out to them too!