How Terrence Zhou Became Fashion’s Favorite Bad Binch

Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. A spider whose body resembles two inner tubes. A mermaid with a silk damask tail. A neon butterfly. A goth octopus clad in all black. Terrence Zhou’s designs take fashion’s current mood of meme-ready surrealism (for proof, just look at this […]

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M. Night Shyamalan Thinks Of Bruce Willis As A ‘Big Brother’

By Corey Atad. Published: 12 hours ago The director of “The Sixth Sense” is sharing his love for Bruce Willis. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, M. Night Shyamalan was asked about the actor, who retired from acting last year due to the effects of aphasia. READ MORE: Bruce Willis Is Surrounded By All His […]

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Florence Pugh and Zach Braff’s Complete Relationship Timeline, From Start to End

2020 was a big year for Florence Pugh—and her career has only gotten bigger. After breakout roles in Midsommar and Little Women (for which she earned an Oscar nomination) and a buzzy performance as Yelena Belova in Black Widow, Pugh is one of Hollywood’s buzziest young stars, with roles in Don’t Worry Darling and the […]

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Singer Anita Pointer Of The Pointer Sisters Dies At Age 74

By The Associated Press. Published: 3 mins ago Last updated: 36 secs ago Anita Pointer, one of four sibling singers who earned pop success and critical acclaim as The Pointer Sisters, died Saturday at the age of 74, her publicist announced. The Grammy winner passed away while she was with family members, publicist Roger Neal […]

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The Glossy, Glorious Return of Adult Contemporary Pop Music in 2022

On her sophomore album Hold the Girl, Rina Sawayama, the breakout British artist known for the mashup style of her 2020 debut—Y2K pop meets nu-metal meets ‘90s R&B—doubles down on her sonic signature. This time, she hones in on the sounds of early 2000s adult contemporary radio, updating them with stadium-sized drum fills and stomping […]

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Vicky Krieps Hopes Corsage Reminds Women They Can Be ‘Difficult’ and Still ‘Shine’

In Marie Kreutzer’s new film Corsage (out Dec. 23), we meet Empress Elisabeth of Austria on the cusp of her 40th birthday. As the 19th-century empress once wrote in her diary, it’s the age where “a person begins to disperse and fade, darkening like a cloud.” The line is voiced in the film, revealing so […]

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Uniformed Is About to Be Your New Everyday Uniform

Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. After producing her beloved, ’90s-inspired namesake line for a decade, Jennifer Chun was getting a little burned out. The process had become “so routine that I wasn’t thinking outside the box anymore,” she recalls. “I would produce two seasons and then […]

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All About Adam Shulman, Anne Hathaway’s Husband and Father of Her Two Children

From her breakout role as Princess Mia Thermopolis in 2001’s The Princess Diaries to her Oscar-winning performance as Fantine in 2012’s Les Misérables, Anne Hathaway has been a household name in Hollywood for decades. But Hathaway has made a point to keep her personal life private—including her nine-year marriage to Adam Shulman. Hathaway surprised fans […]

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Charlotte Wells: ‘Adults are locked in the roles that they perform for kids’

The Scottish filmmaker behind breakout indie Aftersun explains the complex process of portraying memory in cinema. Cinema is rooted in the exploration — and manipulation — of memory. This notion feels ever true in Charlotte Wells’ directorial debut Aftersun, a quietly devastating portrayal of a summer holiday shared by a young girl and her father […]

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