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    A must watch for the hand slap alone tbh.

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    Sean Pen and Robert DiNero

    Wilma Viderama and Demi Lovato

    Demi Lovato

    Demi Lovato and Salena Gomez

    Salena Gomez and William H Macy

    Cheryl Hines, Jane Fonda, and Someone

    Sheryl Hanes and Julie Luis Dryfus

    Katherine Higal

    Selnene Gomes and Jane Honda

    Janes Fonda and Andy Sanberg

    Beth Bears

    Any Sanberg

    Alisha Keys

    Demi Lovato


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  • 02/28/14--18:37: Hugh Dancy on the Today Show

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    "Amazing fan art, that I have never really been exposed to"
    You will now Hugh [be exposed to other fan arts]. You will now.

    Did you like the first episode of the new season Stannibals?

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    Produced by Bloodshy and Avant, a final version now called "You" will be released by Galantis, their new project duo.
    Here is their soundcloud with the final version.

    Supposedly this was submitted for Britney Jean, but was rejected.


    I love this, better than everything on Britney Jean.
    Will always be bitter for what Britney Jean could have been.

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    5 Seconds Of Summer have announced they will be opening for One Direction on the North American leg of their "Where We Are"tour later this year.

    A message from the Australian pop/rock quintet confirming the news and tour dates can be found below.

    "We are soooo excited to be supporting the 1D lads on their "Where We Are Tour" in the USA & Canada this year :-) The tour last year was a wicked experience and helped us take our band to places we never even dreamed possible. Cannot wait to play our new music and rock out in stadiums across North America! It's going to be EPIC. We will see you soon… Big love, 5SOS x"


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    I was hoping for someone new. are you happy with this news ontd?

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    Bret Easton Ellis and director Rob Zombie have joined forces for a drama centred on the infamous Manson Murders of the Sixties.

    Ellis, who wrote American Psycho, and acclaimed musician/director Zombie are developing the project for Fox.

    Seven people were brutally killed in Los Angeles in the summer of 1969, including director Roman Polanski's eight-and-a-half months pregnant wife, actress Sharon Tate. Messages written in blood were found at the crime scene.

    Charles Manson was the cult leader who ordered the savage Hollywood massacre, upon which the limited TV series shall be based.

    Manson was convicted of first degree murder and conspiracy to murder despite not being found guilty of committing the horrific acts himself. The 79-year-old remains in prison having been denied parole a dozen times.

    Ellis and Zombie's series will explore the events leading up to the murders and the after reaction, with the stories of those involved told from changing points of view.

    "I have been obsessed with this insane story since I was a kid, so obviously I jumped at the chance to be involved in this incredible project," Zombie told Variety."After speaking with Bret, I immediately realized that we shared the same vision for this epic madness."

    Ellis most recently worked on erotic thriller The Canyons, starring Lindsay Lohan, which was set in the district where the murders took place.


    Not surprised, but smh at this.

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    Azealia Banks has revealed that she was dropped from her record label XL Recordings after releasing her single '212'.

    The rapper admitted that she was disappointed to be sacked from the label, which is home to Adele, MIA, The xx and Vampire Weekend.

    "I was my own A&R, press team on the internet," she told MTV. "I was kissing the ring over there, I was trying to do whatever I could to make it work, you know?

    "I was kinda sending them tracks... I'd make a song like 'Later' and then no response. Then I made a song like '212' and they dropped me.

    "It was just like, 'wow'. I remember working on that song with so much confidence, like, this is what will get me back in their good graces and then it's gonna be amazing."

    The star also opened up her controversial antics on Twitter, which has seen her accuse Lily Allen of having "ugly" children and wishing death on the Stone Roses, insisting: "I'm just so reactive."

    "It's not that I don't care... One thing I do see is that it creates discussion on issues...racial issues and misogyny. Thank you for participating in my success."

    Meanwhile, Banks recently revealed that she is "literally begging to be dropped" from her current label Universal.


    I see someone's bitter she left XL now that she's been gassed/fucked over by Universal

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    What's the biggest fashion risk you've taken?
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    SHE might look a million dollars in this classy frock but Hollywood siren Winona Ryder has told how she once spent a just 10 bucks – that's £6 – on an Oscars dress.

    The Black Swan star has opened up about her thrifty antics and said: “Most of my wardrobe is vintage and I’ve worn dresses to the Oscars that I got for $10.

    "At Sean Penn’s last Haiti gala I wore this vintage dress that I’d worn to a film premiere in 2005.

    “I know that’s kind of a no-no in the fashion world, but why wear something just once if you love it?”

    Actress Winona, 42, who was once caught shoplifting, also revealed that her early thirties were a tough period in her life.

    She said in this month’s Red magazine: “My early thirties were rough.

    "I went through stuff that I would have gone through, and probably should have gone through much younger, but I had spent my twenties working.

    “Even when I was the right age for older roles, people thought of me as being younger.

    "It was tough because I’d had so much success in my early twenties.”


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    It's not degrading, it's cute and sexy!

    In a new interview with MSNBC's Ronan Farrow, Miley Cyrus defended her use of little people and black backup dancers on her Bangerz tour. The 21-year-old "We Can't Stop" singer denied recent criticism that her show is racist and exploitative.

    "It's really funny how serious people take it. And they're like, you're racist. And I'm like, 'Really?'" she told Farrow. "We're like a bunch of kids dancing around in, like, bears, but we don't do choreography," she says of performing with her backup dancer. "They're just like dancing, doing these cute moves and they're awesome dancers like just on their own. It's not me telling them how to be."

    As for the claims that she's exploiting little people? Cyrus said she doesn't worry about that. "No, because we're making them feel sexual and beautiful," she explained. Citing one of her female little person dancers, the "Wrecking Ball singer explained: "We're all about lifting her up and making her feel so sexy all the time, and having her dance -- she's actually an awesome dancer."
    Farrow, 26, also interviewed one of Cyrus' former backup dancers, Hollis Jane, who recently spoke out about feeling "degraded" while wearing a bear costume at the singer's 2013 VMAs performance. Jane said she's not blaming Cyrus, but explained: "Little people need to stop being seen, in my opinion, in the media as jokes."

    Rather than getting worked up about the criticism trailing her Bangerz tour, Cyrus revealed to Ronan that she's been spending her free time watching her favorite movie, 1990's Days of Thunder, starring Tom Cruise and ex-wife Nicole Kidman. "I watched it three nights in a row" she confessed of the racing flick, which introduced the couple to one another. "I want to be Nicole Kidman so bad, slash I'm kind of obsessed and kind of want to -- I don't know if I want to be Nicole Kidman or if I want to be Tom Cruise, because his outfits are better."


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    They have made much of their desire to be “hands-on” parents, but the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are now on the lookout for a nanny for Prince George, it has emerged.

    The couple have put out feelers to find a nanny to help them look after their son when they increase their royal workload in the spring.

    Since the third in line to the throne was born last July, the couple have relied heavily on the Duchess’s mother, Carole Middleton, for help with childcare duties, and have also employed the Duke’s former nanny Jessie Webb, 71, on a part-time basis.

    But after Miss Webb reportedly came to the end of her contract last month, the couple have put out the word to nanny agencies that they are looking for a long-term replacement, whose duties will be closer to a full-time role than the one filled by Miss Webb.

    One possibility is that the couple will want to have the new nanny in place by the time of their three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand in April, on which they will be accompanied by Prince George.

    Kensington Palace has already made it clear that the Duke and Duchess will not be taking Carole Middleton on the trip, and a nanny will be needed to look after Prince George for much of the time during the couple’s hectic schedule.

    Before their son was born, the Duke and Duchess let it be known that they were determined to do without a full-time nanny, and after the birth the Duke proudly spoke of having changed the first nappy.

    The Duke is currently studying agricultural management at Cambridge University, while the Duchess is effectively on maternity leave, making only a handful of official appearances since becoming a mother.

    But the couple’s tour of Australia and New Zealand will mark their return to royal duties, which will take up more of their time than ever following the Duke’s decision to quit his military career last September.

    A Kensington Palace spokesman said: “We do not discuss personal arrangements."

    Whichever nanny they find will surely come highly recommended – but if for some reason it doesn't work out, might we suggest any one of these eight famous nannies from popular culture?

    Mary Poppins
    Pros: Royal nursery now self-cleaning! (And polo-player Will should be delighted with a nanny who rides horses, even nicked from a carousel.)
    Cons: Over-reliance on processed sugar to make medicine go down. Also: Flighty – takes off for another job as soon as the wind changes. And should Buckingham Palace worry about a mysterious magician getting too close to the royal family? Remember what happened to the Russians.

    Nana, Peter Pan
    Pros: As she is an actual sheepdog with no command of human language, she is unlikely to tattle in the British tabloids.
    Cons: Will and Kate's cocker spaniel, Lupo, is already top dog at the Cambridge household.

    Maria Von Trapp, The Sound of Music
    Pros: The original clothing recycler, turning drapes to dresses. Thrifty Kate would approve.
    Cons: She married the boss!

    Fran Fine, The Nanny
    Pros: Already has tons of experience working for posh families.
    Cons: She also married the boss! (This is becoming a trend.)

    Mrs. Doubtfire
    Pros: She's Scottish, which is important at a time like this.
    Cons: Would George confuse her with great-granny the Queen?

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    Sure, fame comes with a price, but we think these stars deal with a disproportionate amount of body scrutiny. Too fat...too thin...too curvy...what gives?!

    1. Adele

    Powerhouse singer and nine-time Grammy winner Adele was criticized by Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld when he publicly stated, “she is a little too fat, but she has a beautiful face and a divine voice.” The singer, who’s been on a hiatus from the studio since giving birth to her son in 2012, spoke to Vogue about her body image saying: “I’ve seen people where it rules their lives, you know, who want to be thinner or have bigger boobs, and how it wears them down. And I just don’t want that in my life.”

    2. Lena Dunham

    The star and creator of HBO’s Girls made a splash with her nudity on the first season of the show, sending her figure into a tornado of analysis. This year, speculation went a tasteless step further when the feminist site Jezebel proposed they’d pay $10,000 for unretouched, photos of Lena Dunham’s Vogue photos. They pictures were eventually released and showed hardly a change in the star’s figure. She’s openly discussed her own body image issues, particularly being what she’s called a ‘chubby teenager.’ But she refuses to give in to critics, still baring almost all for the camera and explaining that the Jezebel stunt was “messed up.” “They’ve made such a kind of monumental error in their approach to feminism.”

    3. Kate Upton

    Supermodel Kate Upton drew criticism for being “fat” in her famous Sports Illustrated spread and a Victoria’s Secret booker told The New York Times that she was “like a footballer’s wife, with the too-blond hair and the kind of face that anyone with enough money can go out and buy.” But she’s made it her goal to stay true to her roots and atypical model body saying, “I’m sure every designer has a certain person in mind who they would ideally like to wear their clothes, but the problem is that a lot of the time that person doesn’t actually exist, unless she is a 15-year-old model.” The model trains with David Kirsch, whose plan is to keep Upton’s curve in place while toning her in the right spots.

    4. Jonah Hill

    The Oscar-nominated actor, who rose to fame as an overweight teenager in Superbad, went to a nutritionist in 2011 after starring in Moneyball and dropped nearly 40 pounds. He’s said that he started ‘physically running instead of emotionally running’ and worked his way up to 100 pushups a day to lose the weight. But still, his critics are abound and the weight loss has been the butt of many a joke. Since the initial trim down, the star’s weight has fluctuated, prompting harsh speculation from the media.

    5. Mindy Kaling

    The star, who rose to fame on The Office and now on her own show The Mindy Project, has long since battled the body haters, mostly with humor. Her show’s character constantly makes fitness and food jokes, one time saying, “I am not overweight. I fluctuate between chubby and curvy.” But recently, when Kaling was chosen to grace one of four covers for ELLE's women in TV issue, backlash ensued as she was the only woman whose cover featured a close-up shot instead of a body shot. Kaling extinguished the fire by tweeting: ‘I love my @ELLEmagazine cover. It made me feel glamorous & cool. And if anyone wants to see more of my body, go on thirteen dates with me.”

    Rest of the list of 20 - Source

    Putting ONTD's hypocritical body shaming on blast rn.

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  • 02/28/14--19:17: Harry Lloyd Post

  • Big Significant Things

    At 26 years old, Craig (Harry Lloyd) seems to be doing pretty well for himself. He has job stability, a supportive family, and is about to start a wonderful new chapter with his girlfriend. With big life changes on the horizon, what better time to lie to your girlfriend so you can go on a road trip by yourself to the south?

    Writer-director Bryan Reisberg, a graduate of NYU film school, says he admires the "humanist American films" of the 1970s and cites films like Five Easy Pieces and Hal Ashby's The Landlord as inspiration. Big Significant Things has its world premiere at SXSW on Sat., March 8 at 4:30 p.m. at the Violet Crown Cinema.
    Edit: watch trailer HERE

    Closer to The Moon

    So excited for both movies


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    We're laughing—and keeping our eyes peeled for superstars—already!

    Jimmy Kimmel is back Sunday with his now-annual After the Oscars special, and a sneak peek of whatever it is he's doing as a follow-up to 2012's Movie: The Movie and last year's Movie: The Movie 2V promises the be his most epic fake film trailer yet.

    The clip starts off with a perturbed-looking Chris Hemsworth being pressed by his mother, played by Meryl Streep with a British accent, to "let it go, it's been 30 years."

    But oh no, Hemsworth will find him—and he will destroy him.

    Whoever he is.

    Cut to a candle-bearing Tom Hanks, dressed as a Franciscan monk, headed down a dimly lit corridor to a cell, where a somehow still very put together Liam Hemsworth resides.

    "He is coming for you," Hanks warns the prisoner, who replies, "Then let him come."
    "As you wish, my son," the monk says, resigned.

    Darn straight, let them all come! We can't wait!

    Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Oscars airs directly after the 86th Academy Awards this Sunday on ABC. Kevin Spacey is the main guest, but the show also promises appearances (most of them probably being the full version of the star-studded trailer—The Movie Threevie, perhaps?) by Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres, Martin Scorsese, Christoph Waltz, Ben Kingsley, Mandy Patinkin, Abbie Cornish, Barkhad Abdi, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Seth Rogen, Morgan Freeman, Andy Garcia, Adam Driver, Queen Latifah, Gary Oldman, Anjelica Huston and more.

    More?! Bring it on.


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    After looking cheerful during a week-long break in Europe, Katy Perry is back in Los Angeles and smiling no more.

    On Thursday - just days after it was claimed she dumped boyfriend of two years John Mayer, 36 - the Roar singer was seen with a downcast expression as she was leaving a Thai restaurant with several friends.

    At one point it appeared as if the 29-year-old - who was dressed conservatively in a black coat over a plain top and plaid mini skirt - was wiping a tear away as she strolled down a street.

    Reps for John and Katy have not returned calls to MailOnline about the alleged split.

    As she walked away from the restaurant, Perry was showing a very sad face, even as her friends chuckled easily.
    The Firework singer did make a big effort to look put together.

    Along with her smart ensemble she had on a Chanel purse around her waist.

    And her face was heavily made up with a red pout and lined eyes that matched darkened brows.

    It's no wonder the beauty, who dined at vegetarian eatery Jitlada, was down in the dumps.

    The same day Page Six reported the Teenage Dream hit maker ended her relationship with the musician after discovering 'text messages on John’s phone from some random girl.'

    The nature of the messages has not yet been revealed.

    The claims are in direct contrast to previous reports that Katy and John's split was 'mutual' and 'extremely amicable,' and that the couple were planning to stay friends after their break-up.

    John, however, has not seemed too concerned about the split as he partied hard at the Blue Note jazz club in Greenwich Village, New York City, on Wednesday night.

    John went solo as he caught a show from renowned pianist Chick Corea, Page Six reported.

    He later posted a video of the evening on his Twitter page, alongside the caption: 'Helluva night.'

    John is reported to have stayed in the venue until the early hours of Thursday morning, with clubgoers telling the website he looked 'worry-free' as he partied while wearing a woolly jumper.

    Prior to the alleged breakup, Katy had been stepping out with several different rings on her wedding finger, sparking speculation she was engaged.

    On Thursday the singer was then seen looking hungover and tired as he stepped out in Soho.

    With a blue backpack over a dreadful black-and-red zip-up sweater jacket and wearing scruffy facial hair, the Continuum singer had clearly seen better days.

    Rounding out his strange ensemble was a pair of faded blue jeans with a blue bandana hanging from his waist.
    The Grammy winner appeared as if he hadn't showered in days as he wore his dirty locks untamed. He also had facial stubble that wasn't entirely groomed.

    A source told Us Weekly of the pair's split earlier this week: 'They've had rough patches, but this may be for good.'

    It's not the first time the couple have broken up, since they first started dating in 2012, as they had a brief split in March before later reconciling.


    Do you check your partner's phone/email/Facebook, ONTD?

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    Lynn Shepherd sets off storm of protest by suggesting Harry Potter author has 'had her turn' and is harming others' prospects

    The British crime novelist Lynn Shepherd has found herself at the centre of a storm after she called on JK Rowling to stop writing because she has "had [her] turn", suggesting that other writers need "room to breathe".

    Writing in the Huffington Post, in a piece provocatively headlined "If JK Rowling Cares About Writing, She Should Stop Doing It", Shepherd claimed that Rowling's first adult novel The Casual Vacancy "sucked the oxygen from the entire publishing and reading atmosphere". Admitting that she had never read a word of Rowling's writing, Shepherd said that "Rowling has no need of either the shelf space or the column inches, but other writers desperately do", and asked the bestselling author to hang up her pen.

    "By all means keep writing for kids, or for your personal pleasure – I would never deny anyone that – but when it comes to the adult market you've had your turn," wrote Shepherd, author of historical crime novels including Murder at Mansfield Park, Tom-All-Alone's (US title The Solitary House) and A Treacherous Likeness (published in the US as A Fatal Likeness). "Enjoy your vast fortune and the good you're doing with it, luxuriate in the love of your legions of fans, and good luck to you on both counts. But it's time to give other writers, and other writing, room to breathe."

    Published despite a warning that her intervention would be seen as sour grapes, the blog was immediately deluged with hundreds of angry responses. " As a successful author and freelance writer, I read this with my mouth hanging open. I don't think there is anything lower than publicly dissing another author – WITHOUT EVEN READING THEIR BOOKS," wrote author Robin O'Bryant. Another reader called the article "absolute rot. And, really, a bit shameful", adding: "An artist begging another artist to abandon their art because others can't compete? It's like the song Jolene, only a lot more pathetic."

    The row quickly spread to Twitter, where writer Mark Chadbourn said Shepherd's piece was an example of "how authors can shoot themselves in the head, via a catastrophic misunderstanding of how publishing works", and the award-winning Paolo Bacigalupi called it "zero-sum author thinking", adding: "If you think other people's success diminishes you, don't be a writer."

    But the ire didn't stop there: Rowling's fans have been taking to Amazon, where they have been leaving a deluge of one-star reviews for Shepherd's previously well-regarded novels (a Guardian review of Tom-All-Alone's called it "admirable", with the "necessary eye for squalor, meticulous research and deft plotting"). Now on, its US version The Solitary House has 59 one-star reviews, the majority written this week, ranging from "I've never read any of your books, and now I never will!", to "There is no way I could support an author (or anyone else for that matter) who has such a terrible outlook."

    Similarly, A Fatal Likeness has 28 one-star reviews, including one which suggests Shepherd "just literally murdered [her] career". Murder at Mansfield Park now boasts 15, with one reviewer judging: "It's been done before and done better. Shepherd does not have the skills to write a compelling novel. She should take some notes from JK Rowling's excellent Cuckoo's Calling."

    Speaking to the Guardian today, Shepherd apologised for upsetting writers and readers alike, explaining that she had "only ever meant to raise the issue of how hard it is for new writers to get noticed and how publishing is much more of a zero sum game than people often think".

    "Many writers face the same challenges and frustrations when they're just starting out, and JK Rowling did herself," Shepherd said. "She's been a phenomenal success since then and has millions of fans who are passionate about her books. That's an amazing achievement. With hindsight I'd have written my piece an entirely different way, as I never intended it to upset anyone, and I'm very sorry that it did."

    The Guardian

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    Kitchen Nightmares fans are ecstatic about the return of Amy’s Baking Company. Problem is, the long-awaited sequel appears to have been postponed. Even worse, a promising Dr. Phil episode featuring Samy and Amy Bouzaglo is also on the chopping block. What gives?

    The continued Yelp and Facebook drama surrounding Amy’s Baking Company has kept Kitchen Nightmares fans satisfied as they wait for the return of Gordon Ramsay. Unfortunately, it looks like viewers will be kept waiting for at least another week or two. Despite an earlier FOX announcement claiming that Kitchen Nightmares would return on February 28th, viewers have noted that the episode has disappeared from local TV listings.

    This is not the only switch-up involving Samy and Amy Bouzaglo. The two were supposed to join Dr. Phil for a candid chat this afternoon, but this has also been postponed. Instead, an episode entitled “A Lying, Cheating, Violent Husband or a Wife’s False Accusations?” is set to take the place of our favorite crazy restaurateurs.

    Although a rep for Kitchen Nightmares told Biz Journals that a scheduling change was to blame, disappointed viewers remain unconvinced. Some wonder if rumors of Samy’s impending deportation could be coming into play, with FOX possibly choosing to put the show on the back burner until the current legal drama is cleared up.

    Samy and Amy Bouzaglo have yet to address these developments on Twitter. Instead, they’re focused on sharing admittedly beautiful cake photos. The dynamic duo still boasts a huge following of avowed haters, but they’ve replaced their infamous all caps rants with nearly civil responses — including the following gem: “You are evil and not welcome here.” Although she failed to speak up via social media, Amy did email the AZ Central News an update. “Unfortunately right now we really can not say anything. But we can say that they have begun to realize that they have underestimated my husband and I, and our unwillingness to allow them to exploit us is becoming very clear.”

    Why do you think FOX decided to postpone the Kitchen Nightmares premiere? Did Samy and Amy put their feet down and scare off Gordon Ramsay? We doubt it. Sound off in the comments section below!


    So you willingly sign up to be on Kitchen Nightmares twice, then decide to film an episode of Dr. Phil - all while selling merchandise and promoting your original appearance on KN - but you're being exploited. Okay.

    Edit: Video won't embed but Amy loses her shit in a video interview with local AZ news. Says 'Kitchen Nightmares' should be changed to 'Blood Diamonds'. This happened in September but they're only freaking out about it now by the way...

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    Marc Jacobs has a powerful ability to capture the spirit of our times with a measured dose of both intelligence and perversion. Last night in Paris, he revealed that 64-year old actress Jessica Lange – who’s having a comeback with her bewitching roles in the series American Horror Story – as the face of his first beauty campaign shot by David Sims. With a haunting voice that Jacobs describes as “almost narcotic”, Lange is captured reciting the lyrics to Judy Garland’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” – a chilling take on the dark fantasy world of The Wizard of Oz. It’s only fitting that fashion’s greatest provocateur would cast Lange – who played a damsel in distress in John Guillermin's infamous 1976 remake of King Kong – in a defiant and unprecedented subversion of the youth-obsessed world of beauty. Here, Marc Jacobs talks Dazed through his Jessica Lange obsession.

    Dazed Digital: Why Jessica Lange?

    Marc Jacobs: I love Jessica, I mean I think we all love Jessica. This was really about her and I feel like the film was a sort of gestural moment, where people would look and see what they wanted to see and hear what they wanted to hear. I asked her to recite 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow', which has a lot of meaning for me and is something I’ve really gone back to. I mean, her voice I find almost narcotic, and there’s something so… It’s a bit like with me – there’s this hope and this wish and desire, but there’s always this sort of edge of melancholy or darkness. She’s just a strong woman who, again, I find so beautifully inspiring. What we really wanted from her was for her to be herself.

    DD: Why does 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' have such a personal resonance for you?

    Marc Jacobs: For many reasons. I mean I feel like I’ve really gone through fashion. In a sense, Oz is what fashion is to me. You know, there’s this sort of black-and-white life, and then there is this other world when you walk into fashion that turns to colour. But within all this glamour and superficiality we sometimes lose our insides. I don’t want to get too heavy, but it’s our spiritual side. Although the idea of surface can be so delightful about fashion, it’s important to return to something very meaningful. You need to embrace all of that surface and then come back to the comfort of home, you know?

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