Via p.r. agent Karen Hinton, William Langewiesche has now responded in our comments section (as well as elsewhere) to Glenn Garvin’s critical Miami Herald column (linked here) regarding Langewiesche’s 2007 Vanity Fair piece on the Chevron-Ecuador litigation. Show More Summary
Rashida Jones and Cristin Milioti make their red carpet entrances at NBC & Vanity Fair’s celebration of the 2014-2015 television season on Tuesday evening (September 16) at Hyde Sunset Kitchen in Los Angeles. The ladies were joined at the party by Cristin‘s A to Z co-star Ben Feldman, Marry Me actresses Casey Wilson and Sarah [...]
Katherine Heigl and Kate Walsh hit the red carpet while attending NBC & Vanity Fair’s celebration of the 2014-2015 television season on Tuesday evening (September 16) at Hyde Sunset Kitchen in Los Angeles. The ladies are both starring on new shows this season – Katherine on the new CIA spy drama State of Affairs and [...]
Actual hero Jessica Chastain has been speaking out recently about her desire to see a female superhero film, and she brought it up again during a TIFF interview with Vanity Fair for her film Miss Julie. She wants lady superheroes; she wants lady villains; she is our uncaped crusader for justice in the comic movie world. Show More Summary
Vanity Fair did something fun at TIFF: they got a bunch of celebs to sit down and dish on what it’s like to meet their fans! Some recollections are funny while others almost make you want to cringe. Jennifer Garner shared the barbed insult she sometimes gets, while Keira Knightley talked about mistaken identity. Jake Gyllenhaal […]
Jennifer Garner, Jake Gyllenhaal, Reese Witherspoon, and Channing Tatum are just a few of the many celebs featured in this new Vanity Fair video detailing what fans say to them when they are recognized on the street. Some of the responses include: “We don’t wanna talk to you, we just wanna take a picture with [...]
At the beginning of the summer, Vanity Fair market director Michael Carl launched a video series full of soapbox fashion directives and verbal hashtags. Now the Carl’s Crush series concludes with a breakdown of “12 Things Fashion People Literally Think.” Watch the video above for Carl’s musings on reinventions, his... More »
The Little, Brown tome won’t be out until 2016. But that’s a sign that the publisher and Vanity Fair contributor Leslie Bennetts (pictured) are serious about doing their subject justice. From Alexandra Alter‘s New York Times item: In a statement announcing the acquisition, Judy Clain, editor-in-chief of Little, Brown, called Ms. Show More Summary
The author is the journalist Leslie Bennetts, who covers the entertainment industry for Vanity Fair.
Last week, Lena Dunham dutifully supplied her entry for Vanity Fair's application to be a witty person of interest. It contains a veritable hamper of pithy responses to questions about happiness and death and overused phrases. She even included her life motto, which is also a favorite Bill Cosby punch line... More »
Hollywood actors spend much of their time appearing in movies, but that doesn't mean they're immune to the effects of a good tearjerker. In a series of interviews, Vanity Fair asked Hollywood's top actors — including Tom Hardy, Keira Knightley, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carrell — about the last time they cried while watching a movie. Show More Summary
Only a select few people can truly speak from experience when weighing in on the celebrity nude photo hacking. Monica Lewinsky is one of them, and in her latest piece for Vanity Fair, Lewinsky expresses her empathy for what these female celebrities went through.
Emmy Rossum takes some time to get in some pampering at the nail salon on Wednesday (September 10) in Beverly Hills, Calif. Earlier in the day, the 27-year-old actress arrived to work at Warner Bros wearing Elie Tahari for DesigNation, which is available at Kohl’s. Emmy recently shared Vanity Fair‘s video, which was a Q&A [...]
Tesla Motors founder and all-round entrepreneurial dynamo Elon Musk has been named ‘Disrupter’ number one on a list of the world’s most recognisable, powerful and influential identities. Compiled by magazine Vanity Fair, the list is divided into two categories: The Powers That Be, and the provocatively titled The Disrupters. Show More Summary
Yesterday, when Vanity Fair released its New Establishment list—which first debuted in 2008 as "a collection of kingmakers and innovators"—it included a sub-list of nine men and two women. Among the herd were Andrew Ross Sorkin of the New York Times, Bill Simmons of Grantland, Ezra Klein of Vox, and Gawker's own Sam Biddle. Show More Summary
Back towards the beginning of the year, we learned that The Wolf of Wall Street stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill would team up again for The Ballad of Richard Jewell, a story based on a Vanity Fair article about the security guard...Show More Summary
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck are an old-fashioned couple. The 42-year-old "Men, Woman and Children" actress joked in a recent interview at the Toronto International Film Festival with Vanity Fair that she and her famous hubby take "sexy poloroids" instead of storing racy photos on technological devices.
Photo by François Halard/Architectural Digest After working for 40 years as a magazine art director in New York City, most notably at Vogue and Vanity Fair, Charles Churchward found that he no longer got the same energy from the cit...
The omission of people of color and women shows that, even when journos are trying, we're not paying attention
On Wednesday, Vanity Fair released a list of news disruptors, “this new breed of journo-entrepreneurs strike out on their own, cutting to the chase and influencing the masses without (much of) a filter.” They’re defining disruptors in terms of entrepreneurship, but the list is pretty white and includes only two women. Show More Summary