By Sarah Nechamkin. Nevertheless, the stars are doing their best to combat the sweltering heat and torrential downpours that have swept our beloved trash capital. All kinds of magic.
When I say interviewing Laura Dern is refreshing, I mean that quite literally. Within five seconds of walking in the door of her hotel suite, she spritzes me with face mist as a reprieve from the degree weather New York City is currently experiencing. Of course, this is just another weekday morning for her.
Laura Dern is the picture of serenity in a powder-blue Lanvin dress, a cashmere cocoon with a regal built-in capelet. The show, which Dern co-created with Mike White and for which she earned a Golden Globe, satirized the wellness industry before that was even a phrase. Now, in a world flooded with mindfulness apps and hair-vitamin gummies and LED face masks, that unhinged outburst now sounds, frankly, justified.
Though both films are sci-fi-oriented and rely on phenomenal special effects, they emanate from very different stables. But there is a common link: Jeff Goldblum. Ten years ago, Goldblum was a respected character actor in offbeat movies that reflected his own unconventional sense of humour. Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin, respectively director, producer and co-writers of Independence Day, wrote the part of underachieving cable guy David specifically for Goldblum.
For our June cover, InStyle editor-in-chief Laura Brown sat down with the five stars of Big Little Lies to hear what they had to say about their hit series, their lives, and their relationships with each other. Each interview, like the show itself, touches on love, friendship, struggle, and ambition — which these women have in spades. Women who are ambitious are cold, calculating, and unsexy — that was the idea presented to my generation.
When words fail, sometimes only a GIF works. Billy Bob Thornton wrote, directed and stars in this charming but edgy good-ol'-boy comedy about a dysfunctional small-town family in Arkansas. Thornton's script is well-observed and creative and his quirky cast features folksinger-songwriter John Prine, T more… Billy Bob Thornton wrote, directed and stars in this charming but edgy good-ol'-boy comedy about a dysfunctional small-town family in Arkansas.
Her showbiz reputation has become that of the self-created siren. It is as if she willed herself, and moviegoers, into believing in her sexiness. In fact, her only self-conscious moment occurred after a rambling discourse about her fascination with world religion.
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