Still can't compete with Spike Jonze's skate video using the same tune.
One-act play set to showcase fashion brand's latest styles
Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill are collaborating on a play that Opening Ceremony will produce as its New York Fashion Week presentation, WWD reports. Jonze, who won an Academy Award this year for his screenplay for "Her," is also slated to direct. [WWD]
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We can't decide if this is hipster nonsense or as delicious as a chocolate wall: WWD reports that Opening Ceremony will be replacing its usual show at New York Fashion Week with a one-act play directed by Spike Jonze, who is also co-writing the script with Jonah Hill. (Hill will... More »
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Spike Jonze’s “Her” made its debut in theaters last year. This refreshing and bold narrative emphasizes how connection unfolds in a society where technological advancement can potentially substitute substantial and tangible human contact. Set in Los Angeles in the near future, “Her” features Theodore Twombly — a kind, lonely and introverted man who’s trying to […]
Oscar-winning director Spike Jonze — the 44-year-old responsible for Hollywood hits such as "Her" and "Being John Malkovich" — had some bold advice for advertising executives while speaking on-stage at the Cannes Lions festival Monday, according to PageSix. Show More Summary
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