Topic: Cannes

Everything You Need To Know About Blue Is The Warmest Color, The Film That Won Cannes

Everything You Need To Know About Blue Is The Warmest Color, The Film That Won Cannes

The Cannes Film Festival ended yesterday with a film called Blue Is The Warmest Color taking home the top honor, the Palme d’Or. Last year, Amour won the Palme d’Or and went on to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture. We aren’t European or film snobs, so we didn’t know what the heck Amour was until we finally looked into it not long before the Oscars. But we aren’t making that mistake again! More »

Crush Links: ANTM Loses Iconic Judges

Crush Links: ANTM Loses Iconic Judges

Nicki Minaj is still “traumatized” from her kiss with Madonna at the Super Bowl. (Celeb Dirty Laundry)

• In honor of 4/20, celebrities who have no problem lighting up every once in a while. (Celebuzz)

• Brad and Angelina will be walking the red carpet at Cannes right after they got engaged. Pretty good timing, eh? (Lainey Gossip)

• If you donate to President Obama‘s campaign, you could win the chance to have dinner with him and George Clooney. (The Stir)

• Not that we were still watching America’s Next Top Model, but it sucks that Tyra Banks fired Nigel Barker and Jay Manuel as judges. (Have U Heard)

• Lindsay Lohan and her enabling father Michael Lohan were involved in yet another bar brawl last week. (Celeb Dirty Laundry)

The Good, Bad, and Good (But Upsetting) Films from Cannes

The Good, Bad, and Good (But Upsetting) Films from Cannes

Cannes is underway, and if you (like us) don’t have the luxury of hanging out in France to see the rough cuts of hot new movies and witness the bidding wars, our roundup is the next best thing. We’ve got the deets on which films are looking good and which have alrady flopped. This year there seems to be an interesting dichotomy between films that had great buzz: There were those that either met or exceeded expectations (and got some financial backing for their efforts), and then those that were well-done but highly disturbing in terms of subject matter. More »