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Kirsten Dunst Was ‘In Shock’ When Melancholia Director Lars Von Trier Called Himself A ‘Nazi’ At Cannes

Kirsten Dunst Was 'In Shock' When Melancholia Director Lars Von Trier Called Himself A 'Nazi' At Cannes

The following is a guest post from our friends at Luckymag.com.

“Just don’t write the ‘she’s back!’ thing. I wasn’t ever away! Sorry I wasn’t inSpiderman 4 a year after I was in Spiderman 3!”

Kirsten Dunst and I have known each other for 10 minutes, but already we’re in the weeds. She doesn’t want a boring celebrity profile written about her. And she hates pieces that proclaim her return to acting. Well, what kind of Kirsten Dunst story does she want told? More »

The Rum Diary Costume Designer Says Johnny Depp ‘Feels’ Costumes More Than Looks At Them

The Rum Diary Costume Designer Says Johnny Depp 'Feels' Costumes More Than Looks At Them

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Alice in Wonderland. Nine. Little Women. Married to the Mob. Edward Scissorhands. These are just a few of the projects that Colleen Atwood has made even more memorable via her wildly creative eye and skilled hand. As of late October, you could check out her latest work in the The Rum Diary, a riotous big-screen version of the Hunter S. Thompson novel set in Cuba circa 1960, starring Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Read on to hear what Atwood (who is currently putting the finishing costume touches on the lavish Snow White and The Huntsman, out next year) had to say about dressing such horrible eyesores… More »

Gallery: Zooey Deschanel’s Off-Camera Outfits Match Her On-Camera Costumes

Gallery: Zooey Deschanel's Off-Camera Outfits Match Her On-Camera Costumes

The following is a guest post from our friends at Luckymag.com.

Doesn’t it seem like the best—or at least most loved—actors always bring some bit of their own personality to their roles? Audrey Hepburn was just so Audrey Hepburn. Marilyn Monroe was just so Marilyn. And many of today’s biggest stars, from Tom Hanks (always comes off as so damn nice) to Jennifer Aniston (ever so girl-next-door relatable) just have that thing where you feel like you’re watching them, even as they transform into other characters.

The same can certainly be said of Lucky fave, Zooey Deschanel. More »

The Walking Dead Star Sarah Wayne Callies Dressed Up As Julia Roberts’ Pretty Woman Hooker One Halloween

The Walking Dead Star Sarah Wayne Callies Dressed Up As Julia Roberts' Pretty Woman Hooker One Halloween

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Zombies are scary. And as fierce mom Lori Grimes on The Walking Dead, actress Sarah Wayne Callies spends the bulk of her time battling the undead in the backwoods to keep her family alive. Suffice it to say, the show doesn’t give her much opportunity to glam up—mascara is obviously a pre-Zombie epidemic luxury. “I get the backhanded compliment a lot,” she says. “When people meet me they’re like, ‘oh, you’re actually not bad.’” More »

Garbage’s Shirley Manson Approves Of Controversial ‘Video Games’ Singer Lana Del Rey

Garbage's Shirley Manson Approves Of Controversial 'Video Games' Singer Lana Del Rey

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Lana Del Rey, the voice behind hit song “Video Games,” has been getting a lot of flack in the music blogosphere. Initially positioned as an indie artist named Lizzy Grant, it’s fairly obvious that Lana’s look and sound is more pop than anything, which has irked plenty of music snobs. Admittedly, we’re not necessarily exempt from being snobs ourselves, but manufactured look and lack of “indieness” aside—we think her music holds up. More »

Heather McDonald And Boss Chelsea Handler Share Designer Shoes

Heather McDonald And Boss Chelsea Handler Share Designer Shoes

The following is a guest post from our friends at Luckymag.com.

We’re suckers for comedian Heather McDonald’s expert celebrity impressions and quirky facial expressions on E!’s Chelsea Lately. So we were super-excited when we got the chance to chat and shop with the star at New York mega retailer Daffy’s last week for the brand’s 50th anniversary celebration. She gave us the scoop on her life behind the scenes, Chelsea Handler’s shoe fetish and even picked out some fall must-haves. More »

Juno Temple Wants To Be A Lingerie Designer

Juno Temple Wants To Be A Lingerie Designer

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The teenage trollop Juno Temple so boisterously plays in new film Dirty Girl would certainly not approve of the outfit the English actress is wearing today. Dressed head-to-platform-bootied-toe in Miu Miu, Temple, 22, looks ladylike and New York-y. And absolutely nothing at all like Danielle, the hot-pants-wearing Oklahoman hell raiser who is the heart and soul of the movie.

Lucky sat down with Temple to get her take on the film and its fashion—the movie meticulously mines the ’80s for everything from music to puffy pink paint­ to feathered hair. More »

Jessica Chastain Is A Big Fan Of Keeping Up With The Kardashians

Jessica Chastain Is A Big Fan Of Keeping Up With The Kardashians

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Jessica Chastain never looks anything but classy. And today is no exception. When I enter the interview suite at SoHo’s comfy-chic Crosby Hotel, I find her decked out in killer Armani heels and a little black (and very expensive looking) blazer. Something about Chastain seems so “Serious Actress” that I’m almost afraid to ask the Julliard-trained star, who can currently be seen in Take Shelter, about, you know, clothes. More »

Tatiana von Furstenberg Wanted Coming-of-Age Film Tanner Hall To Be Set in Any Time Period

Tatiana von Furstenberg Wanted Coming-of-Age Film Tanner Hall To Be Set in Any Time Period

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Tanner Hall, the first feature-length film from Tatiana von Furstenberg (yep, the designer’s daughter) and Francesca Gregorini, follows four boarding school seniors making their way, messily, to adulthood. Fernanda (Rooney Mara) pursues an affair with an older married man; Lucasta (Amy Ferguson) grapples with a surprising attraction; Kate (Brie Larson) uses her sexuality to drive a teacher nearly mad; Victoria (Georgia King) sits back, pulls the strings and manipulates the whole lot. Through it all, you’ll probably find yourself gazing at Fernanda’s excellent high-heeled boots and cozy plaid coat and wondering, “hmmn, what year is it anyway?” More »