Who is Andy Serkis playing in the upcoming Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens? Well, it turns out that when Annie Leibovitz photographed the movie’s cast for Vanity Fair, she captured Serkis in his mocap suit, and now that photo and his character’s name have been revealed. Read more...
Annie Leibovitz’s recent Star Wars photo set for Vanity Fair was, for many fans, their introduction to new characters whose names sounded silly at first but gradually became less so over time, in the tradition of science-fiction, bands, and bizarre sexual acts. Show More Summary
Thanks to the Annie Leibovitz‘s Vanity Fair Star Wars: The Force Awakens photo spread, we’ve seen some fantastic looks into the characters of the film. Now we’ve got a previously unpublished picture of Andy Serkis all Mo-Cap-Geared up and looking very serious… or should I say Sith-ious, because this picture comes with some additional information […]
StarWars.com recently had an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair photographer Annie Leibovitz about her recent visit on the set of Disney and Lucasfilm's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" directed by J.J. Abrams. Leibovitz shared photographs...Show More Summary
The upcoming Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is getting ready to cast the two actresses who will star alongside Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne. One of the names being considered, reports Vanity Fair, is Kate Upton. Read more...
The recent news that media company Condé Nast - publisher of 140 or so glossy fashion and lifestyle magazines, including worldwide editions of Vogue and Vanity Fair - is putting its money behind a global e-commerce venture is proof, if ever it were needed, that the way fashion and lifestyle [...]
Attending an exclusive dinner hosted by Chanel and Vanity Fair during the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, Xavier Dolan and Mark Ronson came dressed to impress. Showcasing the suit in its updated glory, Dolan wore a gradient number from Louis...Show More Summary
“Her portraits of celebrities, street people, and prom-goers are familiar to many Americans who saw her work in Life, National Geographic, Vogue, the New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, or one of her 18 published photo collectio...
Here’s hoping she gets to sing “The Rains Of Castamere” in her short Game of Thrones cameo. According to Vanity Fair, Danish actress Birgitte Hjort Sørensen appears for a split-second in the trailer for Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode...Show More Summary
"Mad Max: Fury Road" has been hailed as the year's "most surprising feminist triumph" by Vanity Fair and "a feminist piece of propaganda posing as a guy flick" by decidedly more hostile audiences. In any case, considering that Vagina...Show More Summary
Everybody’s favorite blond, Lucky Blue Smith, takes to the pages of Vanity Fair Italia’s May 2015 issue with a new story lensed by photographer Stewart Shining. Joined by his sister Pyper American and other models, Lucky delivers a bold,...Show More Summary
A lengthy expose in the new Vanity Fair claims veteran journalist Barbara Walters wasn't thrilled that Rosie O'Donnell would return to The View. Writer Suzanna Andrews asked the show creator and long-time star if bringing back the liberal comedienne was a good idea. Show More Summary
She talked to Vanity Fair about her new Pixar film "Inside Out"
The cover for Cindy Crawford’s forthcoming book, entitled Becoming, has been unveiled. Vanity Fair reports that the jacket showcases a picture taken by the acclaimed photographer Herb Ritts. We’ve embedded the full image for above—what do you think? This project features essays written by Crawford and approximately 150 photographic pieces. Show More Summary
"I've gone from being very male dominant to being surrounded by magnificent women. I can't help but be a feminist."—George Miller, writer and director of Mad Max: Fury Road, in an interview with Vanity Fair. I have all the thoughts and feelings about this quote. Show More Summary
The Star Wars Universe might not be done with everybody's favorite old smoothy just yet... Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. There's a great interview with writer Lawrence Kasdan over at Vanity Fair as part ofShow More Summary
Did the last episode of Game of Thrones have a hidden death scene? Vanity Fair has slowed down a scene and dug up some possible foreshadowing and book clues to come to the conclusion that, yes, someone may have died without us noticing. Read more...
As part of Vanity Fair's Star Wars issue, Bruce Handy interviewed film scribe Lawrence Kasdan (who has shared writing credits on Star Wars episodes V, VI, and VII). Some of the outtakes were posted Monday afternoon, and scattered throughout were a handful of gems, including how Kasdan first got involved... More »
"Physical culture is in the air just now," reflected P. G. Wodehouse in an article for Vanity Fair published a year before the "gentleman's gentleman" entered the literary canon. The essay described how the "average man" of post-Edwardian...Show More Summary
She’s best-known for her outrageous Carl’s Jr. commercial, however Charlotte McKinney is much more than a pin-up princess. The Orlando, Florida native scored her own feature in the June 2015 issue of Vanity Fair, modeling a retro-style...Show More Summary