Claire and Cameron’s Barr Mansion wedding in Austin combines the swanky glamour of The Great Gatsby with their adorable personalities and stellar sense of humor. The emotional wedding ran the gamut from holding back tears during first looks to giggling through the ceremony. Show More Summary
British actress Carey Mulligan was anxious when she played F. Scott Fitzgerald's American heroine Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann's 2013 adaptation of "The Great Gatsby."
Art Deco is an iconic design style from the 1920s that was recently given a new lease of life thanks to the movie The Great Gatsby. Geometric, angular shapes and symmetry are some of the key features of the art deco style, which produce some beautiful graphic designs when used as backgrounds, frames and patterns. Show More Summary
Is this real life? Ok, so maybe Harry Styles isn’t leaving One Direction, but he did ditch the band to hang out in LA while Liam, Niall, and Louis were at the Great Gatsby Ball in London.
Niall girls, look away!! It looks like our precious little Irish boy has found a lady love of his own! Niall Horan went out with his fellow bandmates to the Great Gatsby Charity Ball on Thursday evening in London — and he left the event with someone VERY familiar. [ Related: One Direction Looks Dapper On The Red [...]
One Direction is on point! At a charity Great Gatsby ball Wednesday night, three members of 1D showed off some impressive looks on the red carpet. [ Related: One Direction Are Officially A Foursome! ] Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, and Liam Payne all looked fab in dapper and well-fitting suits as they posed for pictures. We especially loved [...]
Following on the heels of Claire Danes (Romeo and Juliet), Nicole Kidman (Moulin Rouge) and Carey Mulligan (The Great Gatsby), Baz Luhrmann has discovered his new leading lady, who will make her acting debut in The Get Down, Luhrmann's new Netflix Original Series set to debut in 2016.
Would you buy a book called Trimalchio in West Egg? Scribner didn’t—the publisher asked F. Scott Fitzgerald to change the title of his novel, which we all know as The Great Gatsby. Readers judge a book not only by its cover but its title. Show More Summary
Meg Waite Clayton on The Great Gatsby, which was published 90 years ago yesterday. Read TIME's review of the book. Patti Smith's favorite books. Biographile interviewed Lily Brooks-dalton about her memoir Motorcycles I've Loved. PopMatters shared an excerpt from the...
F. Scott Fitzgerald always wanted his novel "The Great Gatsby" to become a "consciously artistic achievement." Today, it is just that. His American classic is mandatory reading across English classrooms. T here was a time, however, when no one wanted to read about Gatsby and his lost love, Daisy. Show More Summary
When people ask what the Great American Novel is, there's really one answer you can take seriously. "The Great Gatsby," which had its 90th birthday on Friday. Compared with F. Scott Fitzgerald's masterpiece, all the others contenders...Show More Summary
The Great Gatsby, that quintessential American classic, was first published 90 years ago today. Over at Scribner Magazine authors ranging from Anthony Doerr to Christopher Beha remember their first encounters with the novel, and Time has republished its original review of the novel.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is a staple of high school English classes and best 20th century books lists. Although Gatsby fans have likely merely ogled Leonardo DiCaprio or Robert Redford in the titular role in one of theShow More Summary
“The Great Gatsby” turns 90 this Friday. The story, with its legendary tragic hero, may feel as familiar as the Charleston, but how much do you really know about the great American novel? To celebrate, the publisher is reissuing a commemorative edition with that famous jacket art by Francis Cugat. And on the Scribner Web site, you […]
F. Scott Fitzgerald's great American novel was a flop—until it was deployed overseas. One day in 1937, F. Scott Fitzgerald stepped into a Los Angeles bookstore hoping to grab a copy of The Great Gatsby. Scouring the shelves, he couldn’t find anything with his name on it. Show More Summary
By F. Scott Fitzgerald / Scribner Magazine This is the first in a coming series of Scribner features on F. Scott Fitzgerald to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the publication of The Great Gatsby. Who hasn't tried new ways to save money? In this excerpt from A Short Autobiography, F. Show More Summary
Written, directed by and starring Joel Edgerton (writer of The Great Gatsby, Zero Dark Thirty, Warrior) comes a new psychological thriller that looks scary as fuck. Now, I know what you’re going to say. “This doesn’t look scary, shut up.” To me, the fact that I know people like this is all too terrifying. Have […]
From Slate comes an answer to the question: “Why did it take so long for The Great Gatsby to be recognized as a masterpiece?” Pair with our own Sonya Chung‘s review of the novel.
F. Scott Fitzgerald as he was beginning to think of Gatsby, in 1921. Once upon a time, there was a bright, successful young novelist. He had had great acclaim, and sales, with This Side of Paradise (1920), published when he was only 23 years old. Show More Summary
Go back to 1920s New York.