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Mark Zuckerberg had a few choice things to say about GOP front-runner Donald Trump, according to Vanity Fair. The Facebook founder and CEO hinted at the real estate mogul during his speech at Facebook’s annual F8 developer conference last week. Show More Summary
Amal Clooney lays the smackdown on Donald Trump, all without even uttering his name. Classy. [Vanity Fair] If you're convicted of a felony in connection with the murder of your mother, then you should probably expect to lose your law license. Show More Summary
US singer Lady Gaga and British musician Sir Elton John pose as they arrive to the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, California on February 28, 2016. / AFP / ADRIAN SANCHEZ-GONZALEZ (Photo credit should read ADRIAN SANCHEZ-GONZALEZ/AFP/Getty Images) Lady Gaga and Elton John have been very public about [...]
Amy Schumer cracks a LOT of jokes… but the funny lady has had her share of serious situations, too! In extras from the blonde beauty's recent Vanity Fair interview, the 34-year-old explained that she actually has a pretty scary surfing story. The New York native revealed that she wasn't involved with theater in high school. Instead, she [...]
She's America's funniest, raunchiest sweetheart and she looks fabulous in red on Vanity Fair's new cover.
Donald Trump's longtime trashing of Vanity Fair has finally made it to the actual cover of Vanity Fair.
The new Vanity Fair profile on Amy Schumer, written by Bruce Handy, is fairly unremarkable (unless, like me, you’re shocked that a national publication would use the word “comedienne” and feign shock over a female comic working blueShow More Summary
“This troll from Kentucky…”
Ah, the Vanity Fair cover starter pack: photographer Annie Leibovitz, a textured or colored background, Old Hollywood hair waves and a good ol' fancy silk corset. The latest star to embody this winning formula is Amy Schumer, who models the form-fitting piece against a draped... Continue reading
Celebrity profiles are a tricky genre, often likely to take the journalistic equivalent of a soft-focus lens to their subjects. So one tidbit stood out in the profile of It comedian/actress Amy Schumer on Vanity Fair mag’s May cover (the headline? “Amy Schumer Is Rich, Famous, and in Love: Can She Keep Her Edge?”). After noting that the actress […]
Amy Schumer—comedian, role model, viral content machine—looks beautiful as the new Vanity Fair cover girl. And unlike with a recent Glamour magazine cover, she was aware that she was going to be on it. Here's Schumer, with gorgeous Old Hollywood locks, a flattering corset and a remarkably well-groomed armpit on the cover of the esteemed magazine. Show More Summary
What's the opposite of a pathological liar? A pathological truther? No, that’s like Donald Trump or some such. Hmmm, well, whatever you might call a person with an insatiable, irresistible need to tell the truth, that’s what Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence are in their respective Vanity Fair cover stories. ... More »
Fresh off some plus-size controversy with Glamour, Amy Schumer has landed on the May cover of Vanity Fair. The corresponding profile is sort of light on information and/or intrigue of any kind, but Schumer did reveal her prescription for heartbreak. It is, perhaps, what you'd expect:"[Schumer's] apartment, recently purchased, is at the ... More »
The truth is finally out: Jennifer Lawrence is a mean girl. Amy Schumer talked with Vanity Fair about her friendship with JLaw, revealing some truths about the actress' obsession with bidets and that Jen isn't as nice as she thinksShow More Summary
It's no question that Amy Schumer is currently Hollywood's "It Girl". After raking in hundreds of millions of dollars with her blockbuster film Trainwreck, snagging an Emmy award for her show Inside Amy Schumer, and building an A-list squad with Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, it seems like there's nothing Miz Schumer can't do. However, despite [...]
Amy Schumer is red hot while posing for the cover of Vanity Fair‘s May 2016 issue! On rumors circulating her relationship with boyfriend Ben Hanisch: “I feel like right now I’m going to crack down and keep myself more private for that reason. Which feels, you know, kind of counter-intuitive as a comic. But I [...]
A few weeks ago, Better Call Saul fans noticed something suspicious about the episode titles for the second season: On Tuesday, series co-creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould confirmed in an interview with Vanity Fair that the “FRING’S...Show More Summary
An excerpt in Vanity Fair examines the architect's controversial actions during the '30s In journalist Marc Wortman's new book, 1941: Fighting the Shadow War, which examines the United States’s early clandestine role in WWII before officially...Show More Summary
Even actors universally regarded as brilliant have off days: During an appearance on Britain's Graham Norton Show Friday picked up by Vanity Fair, Meryl Streep revealed that there is one performance she's not entirely happy with. "It was The French Lieutenant's Woman," Streep said, noting that she felt her performance...