Tag Archive: style


1. Barbara Streisand’s Sheer Pantsuit (1969)

2. Demi Moore’s Bike Shorts with a Bustier and Huge Coat (1989)

Demi Moore's Bike Shorts with a Bustier and Huge Coat (1989)

Image by Darlene Hammond/Hulton Archive / Getty Images

3. Bon Jovi’s Baggy Purple Velvet Tux (1991)

Bon Jovi's Baggy Purple Velvet Tux (1991)

4. Geena Davis’ Pink Tutu (1992)

Geena Davis' Pink Tutu (1992)

5. Whoopi Goldberg as Mary Poppins Meets Barney (1993)

Whoopi Goldberg as Mary Poppins Meets Barney (1993)

Via: WireImage

6. Lizzy Gardiner’s Dress Made Out of American Express Gold Cards (1995)

Lizzy Gardiner's Dress Made Out of American Express Gold Cards (1995)

7. Nicole Kidman as a Curtain with Tasseled Trim (1997)

Nicole Kidman as a Curtain with Tasseled Trim (1997)

She basically dressed as a drawing room.

Image by Kevin Mazur/WireImage

8. Juliette Binoche as Velvet Dracula (1997)

Juliette Binoche as Velvet Dracula (1997)

9. Celine Dion in This All-White Getup (1999)

Celine Dion in This All-White Getup (1999)

She basically wore white pants, a long-sleeved turtleneck, and a fedora.

Image by Stringer / Getty Images

10. Trey Parker and Matt Stone as J.Lo and Gwyneth Paltrow (2000)

Trey Parker and Matt Stone as J.Lo and Gwyneth Paltrow (2000)

Image by David McNew / Getty Images

11. Faith Hill as Technicolor Cotton Candy (2001)

Faith Hill as Technicolor Cotton Candy (2001)

Image by Vince Bucci / Getty Images

12. Juliette Binoche as a Flapper (2001)

Juliette Binoche as a Flapper (2001)

She looks fine, almost, but the Oscars are not a costume party!

Image by Chris Weeks / Getty Images

13. Björk’s Swan Dress (2001)

Björk's Swan Dress (2001)

“Stop looking at me, swan!”

Via: SGranitz

14. Diane Keaton as Charlie Chaplin (2004)

Diane Keaton as Charlie Chaplin (2004)

Image by Vince Bucci/Stringer / Getty Images

15. Sally Kirkland’s Exploding Tent Dress (2007)

Sally Kirkland's Exploding Tent Dress (2007)

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Britpop icons Suede (still known as the London Suede in the U.S.) will release their first studio record in over a decade, Bloodsports, March 19 in the U.S. and March 18 in the UK via INgrooves/Fontana (pre-order it here). The band has already let go the album cut “Barriers”, and now they’ve shared a video for the record’s first official single, “It Starts and Ends With You” (via: pitchfork.com).

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Rank Movie Title (click to view) Studio

Total Gross / Theaters Opening / Theaters Open Close
1 Marvel’s The Avengers BV $623,357,910 4,349 $207,438,708 4,349 5/4 10/4
2 The Dark Knight Rises WB $448,139,099 4,404 $160,887,295 4,404 7/20 12/13
3 The Hunger Games LGF $408,010,692 4,137 $152,535,747 4,137 3/23 9/6
4 Skyfall Sony $296,900,000 3,526 $88,364,714 3,505 11/9
5 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Sum. $289,206,000 4,070 $141,067,634 4,070 11/16
6 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey WB $263,820,000 4,100 $84,617,303 4,045 12/14
7 The Amazing Spider-Man Sony $262,030,663 4,318 $62,004,688 4,318 7/3 10/14
8 Brave BV $237,269,198 4,164 $66,323,594 4,164 6/22
9 Ted Uni. $218,815,487 3,303 $54,415,205 3,239 6/29 10/25
10 Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted P/DW $216,391,482 4,263 $60,316,738 4,258 6/8 10/18
11 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Uni. $214,030,500 3,769 $70,217,070 3,729 3/2 7/26
12 MIB 3 Sony $179,020,854 4,248 $54,592,779 4,248 5/25 9/9
13 Wreck-It Ralph BV $178,465,000 3,752 $49,038,712 3,752 11/2
14 Ice Age: Continental Drift Fox $161,168,962 3,886 $46,629,259 3,881 7/13
15 Snow White and the Huntsman Uni. $155,332,381 3,777 $56,217,700 3,773 6/1 9/6
16 Hotel Transylvania Sony $145,490,512 3,375 $42,522,194 3,349 9/28
17 Lincoln BV $143,933,000 2,293 $944,308 11 11/9
18 Taken 2 Fox $139,076,968 3,706 $49,514,769 3,661 10/5
19 21 Jump Street Sony $138,447,667 3,148 $36,302,612 3,121 3/16 7/1
20 Prometheus Fox $126,477,084 3,442 $51,050,101 3,396 6/8 9/20
21 Safe House Uni. $126,373,434 3,121 $40,172,720 3,119 2/10 5/17
22 The Vow SGem $125,014,030 3,038 $41,202,458 2,958 2/10 5/17
23 Magic Mike WB $113,721,571 3,120 $39,127,170 2,930 6/29 9/27
24 The Bourne Legacy Uni. $113,203,870 3,753 $38,142,825 3,745 8/10 11/8
25 Argo WB $110,130,000 3,247 $19,458,109 3,232 10/12
26 Django Unchained Wein. $106,351,000 3,010 $30,122,888 3,010 12/25
27 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island WB $103,860,290 3,500 $27,335,363 3,470 2/10 6/28
28 Les Miserables (2012) Uni. $103,605,000 2,904 $27,281,735 2,814 12/25
29 Rise of the Guardians P/DW $97,152,000 3,672 $23,773,465 3,653 11/21
30 Flight Par. $92,491,000 2,638 $24,900,566 1,884 11/2
31 Think Like a Man SGem $91,547,205 2,052 $33,636,303 2,015 4/20 7/8
32 Life of Pi Fox $91,076,000 2,946 $22,451,514 2,927 11/21
33 The Campaign WB $86,907,746 3,302 $26,588,460 3,205 8/10 11/22
34 The Expendables 2 LGF $85,028,192 3,355 $28,591,370 3,316 8/17 11/22
35 Wrath of the Titans WB $83,670,083 3,545 $33,457,188 3,545 3/30 6/28
36 Dark Shadows WB $79,727,149 3,755 $29,685,274 3,755 5/11 8/16
37 John Carter BV $73,078,100 3,749 $30,180,188 3,749 3/9 6/28
38 Act of Valor Rela. $70,012,847 3,053 $24,476,632 3,039 2/24 6/7
39 Contraband Uni. $66,528,000 2,870 $24,349,815 2,863 1/13 3/15
40 Looper TriS $66,486,205 2,993 $20,801,522 2,992 9/28
41 Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Witness Protection LGF $65,653,242 2,161 $25,390,575 2,161 6/29 9/20
42 Battleship Uni. $65,422,625 3,702 $25,534,825 3,690 5/18 8/2
43 Mirror Mirror Rela. $64,935,167 3,618 $18,132,085 3,603 3/30 8/16
44 Jack Reacher Par. $64,804,000 3,352 $15,210,156 3,352 12/21
45 Pitch Perfect Uni. $64,666,000 2,787 $5,149,433 335 9/28
46 Chronicle (2012) Fox $64,575,175 2,908 $22,004,098 2,907 2/3 6/7
47 Hope Springs Sony $63,536,011 2,441 $14,650,121 2,361 8/8 10/21
48 Underworld Awakening SGem $62,321,039 3,078 $25,306,725 3,078 1/20 3/8
49 The Lucky One WB $60,457,138 3,175 $22,518,358 3,155 4/20 7/19
50 The Dictator Par. $59,650,222 3,014 $17,435,092 3,008 5/16 7/26
51 Total Recall (2012) Sony $58,877,969 3,601 $25,577,758 3,601 8/3 10/7
52 Titanic 3D Par. $57,884,114 3,674 $17,285,453 2,674 4/4 6/7
53 American Reunion Uni. $57,011,521 3,203 $21,514,080 3,192 4/6 5/31
54 ParaNorman Focus $56,003,051 3,455 $14,087,050 3,429 8/17 1/3
55 This Means War Fox $54,760,791 3,189 $17,405,930 3,189 2/17 6/14
56 Project X WB $54,731,865 3,055 $21,051,363 3,055 3/2 5/17
57 This Is 40 Uni. $54,460,000 2,931 $11,579,175 2,912 12/21
58 The Woman in Black CBS $54,333,290 2,856 $20,874,072 2,855 2/3 5/3
59 Paranormal Activity 4 Par. $53,900,335 3,412 $29,003,866 3,412 10/19
60 The Devil Inside Par. $53,261,944 2,551 $33,732,515 2,285 1/6 3/22
61 Parental Guidance Fox $52,761,000 3,368 $14,554,053 3,367 12/25
62 The Odd Life of Timothy Green BV $51,833,281 2,717 $10,822,903 2,598 8/15
63 Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Sony $51,774,002 3,174 $22,115,334 3,174 2/17 5/10
64 The Grey ORF $51,580,236 3,208 $19,665,101 3,185 1/27 4/19
65 Red Tails Fox $49,876,377 2,573 $18,782,154 2,512 1/20 6/7
66 The Possession LGF $49,130,154 2,860 $17,732,480 2,816 8/31 11/22
67 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days Fox $49,008,662 3,401 $14,623,599 3,391 8/3 12/20
68 Sinister Sum. $48,086,903 2,542 $18,007,634 2,527 10/12 1/3
69 Beauty and the Beast (3D) BV $47,617,067 2,625 $17,751,905 2,625 1/13 5/3
70 Savages (2012) Uni. $47,382,068 2,635 $16,016,910 2,628 7/6 9/6
71 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel FoxS $46,412,041 1,298 $737,051 27 5/4 10/25
72 Moonrise Kingdom Focus $45,512,466 924 $522,996 4 5/25 11/1
73 The Three Stooges Fox $44,338,224 3,482 $17,010,125 3,477 4/13 8/16
74 Red Dawn (2012) FD $43,883,000 2,781 $14,276,668 2,724 11/21
75 Here Comes the Boom Sony $43,703,852 3,014 $11,816,596 3,014 10/12
76 Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (in 3D) Fox $43,456,382 2,655 $22,469,932 2,655 2/10 5/28
77 Resident Evil: Retribution SGem $42,345,531 3,016 $21,052,227 3,012 9/14 11/11
78 The Cabin in the Woods LGF $42,073,277 2,811 $14,743,614 2,811 4/13 7/12
79 What to Expect When You’re Expecting LGF $41,152,203 3,021 $10,547,068 3,021 5/18 8/2
80 Finding Nemo (3D) BV $41,069,643 2,904 $16,687,773 2,904 9/14
81 End of Watch ORF $40,900,000 2,780 $13,152,683 2,730 9/21
82 Rock of Ages WB (NL) $38,518,613 3,470 $14,437,269 3,470 6/15 8/16
83 Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Fox $37,519,139 3,109 $16,306,974 3,108 6/22 9/20
84 Lawless Wein. $37,400,127 3,138 $10,001,982 2,888 8/29 11/29
85 That’s My Boy Sony $36,931,089 3,030 $13,453,714 3,030 6/15 7/22
86 Trouble with the Curve WB $35,763,137 3,212 $12,162,040 3,212 9/21 12/13
87 The Watch Fox $35,353,000 3,168 $12,750,297 3,168 7/27 10/18
88 Step Up Revolution Sum. $35,074,677 2,606 $11,731,708 2,567 7/27 10/4
89 Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds LGF $35,025,791 2,132 $15,583,924 2,132 2/24 5/17
90 Frankenweenie BV $34,818,954 3,005 $11,412,213 3,005 10/5
91 Silver Linings Playbook Wein. $34,671,000 745 $443,003 16 11/16
92 2016 Obama’s America RM $33,449,086 2,017 $31,610 1 7/13 10/11
93 House at the End of The Street Rela. $31,611,916 3,083 $12,287,234 3,083 9/21 12/20
94 The Guilt Trip Par. $31,207,000 2,431 $5,290,629 2,431 12/19
95 The Pirates! Band of Misfits Sony $31,051,126 3,358 $11,137,734 3,358 4/27 8/5
96 Joyful Noise WB $30,932,113 2,735 $11,225,190 2,735 1/13 3/22
97 Chimpanzee BV $28,972,764 1,567 $10,673,748 1,563 4/20 8/9
98 The Five-Year Engagement Uni. $28,835,528 2,941 $10,610,060 2,936 4/27 6/21
99 Monsters, Inc. (3D) BV $27,916,000 2,618 $4,774,686 2,618 12/19
100 Cloud Atlas WB $26,797,277 2,023 $9,612,247 2,008 10/26
Summary of 655 Movies on Chart:
Totals: $10,381,398,337
Averages: $15,849,463

Note: RELEASE DATE shows all movies that opened in a given time period and their total grosses. WIDE RELEASES shows only movies released in 600 or more theaters and their total grosses, grouped by wide release date. LIMITED RELEASES shows only movies released in less than 600 theaters and their total grosses, grouped by release date. CALENDAR GROSSES shows all movies playing during the indicated time period, both new and holdover, and their grosses (or estimated grosses) during that time period. Movies released outside the indicated time period are shown in italics. Click here for a full explanation of the various box office sections


— taken from boxofficemojo.com image taken from thepursuitofsassiness.com

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Kim Kardashian Talks Kanye West Baby: “We Feel So Blessed and Lucky”

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Kim Kardashian is pregnant with Kanye West‘s baby: That’s one way to end 2012 on a high.

Early this morning, the mama-to-be broke her silence on the happy news, and took to her official blog to share her feelings with her fans in a post titled, appropriately enough, “New Year, New Beginnings.”

See Kanye announce Kim’s pregnancy onstage!

“It’s true!” she wrote. “Kanye and I are expecting a baby. We feel so blessed and lucky and wish that in addition to both of our families, his mom and my dad could be here to celebrate this special time with us.”

Kim’s father, lawyer Robert Kardashian, died in 2003, while Kanye’s own beloved mother, Donda Westpassed away after undergoing plastic surgery in 2007.

Check out Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s Road to Baby

“Looking forward to great new beginnings in 2013 and starting a family,” Kim went on in the short and sweet post. “Happy New Year!!! Xo.”

Oh, we think it will be.

 

–by gina serpe for eonline.com. image from fxexaminer.com

 

Ronnie Wood, 65, weds Sally Humphreys, 34, in secret ceremony… with Rod Stewart as best man

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The bride wore her mother’s simple wedding dress. For the groom, the only nod to his wild side was his bright pink socks.

They had promised it would be a low-key affair – and Ronnie Wood and Sally Humphreys were true to their word as they married yesterday.

The Rolling Stones guitarist, 65, made the 34-year-old theatre producer his third wife in a brief ceremony in the eighth-floor penthouse suite at the Dorchester hotel in central London.

Sally looked every inch the blushing bride as she arrived at her wedding reception at The Dorchester on Friday in a traditional white gown with new husband Ronnie grinning in his navy suit clutching a packet of cigarettes.

The bride accessorised her three-quarter length sleeved off-white dress with a ruby red heart necklace and bright lipstick.

Her layered taffeta gown complimented her slim figure while Ronnie looked dapper in his tailored suit with checked detail.

The low-key ceremony was attended by close family and friends and in a secret location.

According to the Daily Mirror newspaper, the couple was spotted leaving the ceremony looking blissfully happy together.

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Wood picked his former Faces bandmate Rod Stewart as his best man at the private celebration for family and friends.

Rod was accompanied by his wife Penny Lancaster, while Leah Wood, 34, Ronnie’s daughter by second wife Jo was also in attendance.

Eldest son Jesse, 36, was joined by his pregnant Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton while younger son Tyrone, 29, was also there to watch his dad tie the knot.

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Famous guests included Sir Paul McCartney accompanied by wife Nancy Shevell, who looked stunning in a green and fuchsia wrap around dress.

The pair left their reception around 8.30pm with the bride looking demure in a salmon pink dress and  tailored coat, the newlyweds treated onlookers to their first public kiss as man and wife.

After knowing Ronnie for several years, Sally has previously gushed about her romance with the Start Me Up performer. But the pair kept everyone on their toes after telling fans they would marry in early 2013.  She said: ‘Ronnie was married and then Ronnie wasn’t married. I have had boyfriends, then I didn’t have a boyfriend. It had to wait until everyone was clear. But I definitely feel like I have ended up in the right place.’

Ronnie has been married twice before, firstly to Krissy Findlay – the mother of his son Jesse – from 1971 to 1978.  Wood split from his second wife Jo, 57, in 2008 after an alcohol-soaked affair with 21-year-old cocktail waitress Katia Ivanova.

Following that there was a liaison with Brazilian model Ana Araujo, with whom he split after growing tired of her obsession with fame and a short-lived fling with promotions girl Nicola Sargent, 25. His divorce from Jo, to whom he was married for 24 years, was finalised last year. In the candid interview with the Evening Standard earlier this year, Sally admitted that she’s not really a fan of the age difference between her and her husband-to-be. She said: ‘There is an age gap. I would prefer it if there wasn’t but there is but maybe I’m a bit older and he’s a bit younger at heart.’ And putting the negative criticism from their naysayers to rest, Humphreys said that she believes the gap of three decades will serve them well.

 

–by lucy buckland for dailymail.co.uk

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