How the actress—starring in this month's dark comedy Goodbye World—would handle a real-life end of days
When a text reading “Goodbye World” sends itself around the world and the systems society depends on for order are shut down, things can get a bit complicated. And that’s before you factor in bunking with an ex.
In Goodbye World, the dark new comedy from writer-director Denis Hennelly, ... More
DuJour editors weigh in on who had them starstruck and who they'll never unfollow
Each week for The DuJour 5×5, we ask five editors five questions on a different topic. This week’s installment centers on all things celebrity: our most memorable star sighting, the celebrity profile we ate up with a spoon and our contenders for the name of Mila and Ashton's first child.
The Breathe In star on improv, bad girls and how to be a pretend piano whiz
In director Drake Doremus’ Breathe In, an American family finds itself upended by the arrival of Sophie, a dark, brilliant foreign exchange student played by Felicity Jones, the British beauty who starred in Doremus’ Like Crazy and Ralph Fiennes’ recent The Invisible Woman.
DuJour sat down with Jones recently to ... More
Returning for Reign's second season, the actor talks filming in Toronto, doubled for 16th-century France
“I’ve become a real nomad as far as travel goes,” says Torrance Coombs, the star of Reign, CW's historical drama that chronicles the rise of Mary, Queen of Scots. “I like to roam; I don’t even know where home is anymore. I just go where the next adventure ... More
Lance Bass’ online auction site is the new eBay for celebs with a cause. You'll want to stop by
“Celebrities have all this stuff they never use,” says Lance Bass, or in his case, three warehouses in Orlando full of clothes, mechanical bulls and lighting equipment from touring with his world-famous band 'NSYNC years ago. Figuring out what to do with everything didn’t take too long: The solution was ... More
It's been twenty years since Leonardo DiCaprio's first Oscar nomination. Will this be the year the Wolf of Wall Street actor finally brings home the gold?
On a snowy night in New York last week, Leonardo DiCaprio looked out at the crowd of hundreds who had braved the weather to hear him speak at the Ziegfeld Theater about his collaborations with director Martin Scorsese—the latest of which, The Wolf of Wall Street, would be screening later ... More
From impressive politico insults to Shia LaBeouf's retirement tweet, the five most surprising statements of the week
It's only the first full week of the year, and already 2014 is abuzz with ego-stroking and early retirements. Read on for for the most brazen—and revealing—quotes from the past week.
Strong Case Against Meat Lovers
"I see no difference between eating animals and paedophilia. They are both rape, violence, murder."
-Artist Morrissey, a ... More
8 things we learned from the Jonas Brother's lengthy, "PG-13ish" first-person piece for New York magazine
Things are getting real for Joe Jonas, the recently-liberated leader of the oh-so-wholesome-but-now-defunct Jonas Brothers band. Along with the band’s breakup came the realization that their Disney-entrenched image was really just that: an image, created by executives to make the boys seem like a lily-white version of what they really ... More
November brings books about Anjelica Huston, Bob Fosse and more
As we roll toward holiday-blockbuster season and indulge in tales of exactly how gifts end up under our trees, it’s important to note that there are some stories out there that are as fantastical as they are, well, true.
Throughout November, a variety of impressive, exciting books will be released that ... More