Danielle Panabaker might not be able to tell you exactly how long she’s been working on the Vancouver set of the CW series The Flash, but she knows it’s been somewhere around nine months.
“We went up the first week of July to start filming, and I had a friend who got ... More
The late star's most prized mementos are up for auction this month
Artwork, prints, jewelry, furniture and more collectibles belonging to Oscar-winning actress Lauren Bacall will be auctioned this month by Bonhams New York.
The eclectic collection filled numerous homes the actress once owned, including a country house in Amagansett and a Manhattan apartment overlooking Central Park. Among the range are ... More
The Weird Loners actor shares his favorite local spots for shopping, eating, drinking and hiking
Zachary Knighton, best known for his role as Dave Rose in the beloved ABC series Happy Endings, is getting a fresh start. Tomorrow, the actor returns in the brand-new sitcom Weird Loners, a Fox comedy that follows four people living in a Queens townhouse. Knighton plays Stosh Lewandowski, a womanizer who’s ... More
Peter Lindbergh's new photo book captures timeless female beauty
Peter Lindbergh has photographed some of the world’s most legendary actresses, pop stars and supermodels over the course of his storied career—Madonna, Tina Turner and Kate Moss, to name a few—and at the age of 70, he’s still capturing iconic beauty behind a camera lens.
His collection of soft, black-and-white portraits ... More
The actor plays Al Pacino's son in the film Danny Collins
It’s not everyday that Al Pacino personally asks you to star alongside him in a movie, and that is not lost on actor Bobby Cannavale. After starring with Pacino in Glengarry Glen Ross on Broadway two years ago, the pair are teamed up again for Danny Collins. Pacino plays the titular aging crooner (yes, ... More
Sam Claflin on playing bad in The Riot Club and why it feels so very good
Some of the world’s brightest minds study at Oxford. So do the boys in The Riot Club. The latest from An Education director Lone Scherfig, The Riot Club follows a group of upper class Brits who are either members or aspiring adherents of the titular club, a sort of collegiate wolves’ den for the well-to-do.
Of course, ... More
The mother-daughter duo get candid about their refreshingly normal lives
"Yo,” shouts Bella Hadid, the 18-year-old daughter of Yolanda Foster, of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fame, as she saunters into her mother’s photoshoot. It is everything that word can be at once: a greeting, a heads-up and a cutesy out-loud emoji.
Foster, holding a pose with both ... More
It might seem quiet in the small, Arctic settlement of Fortitude—where researchers putter about studying wildlife and the greatest danger to residents might be hostile polar bears—but looks can be deceiving. Indeed, the titular town on Pivot’s Fortitude might appear quaint, but the series opens on a grisly murder and ... More
What really happens on—and off—the set of The Night Shift
Now that NBC medical drama The Night Shift is in its second season, the cast is starting to feel a bit more at home in their adopted home town of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Like any new kid, series star Eoin Macken was overwhelmed by the possibilities when he left his home in L.A.’s ... More
Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs talk filming in 57 different parts of the Big Apple
Growing Up and Other Lies, the second feature from filmmakers Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs, focuses on a group of friends who decide to walk the length of Manhattan. And while the island itself is a little more than 13 miles long, when all was said and done, the filmmakers ... More