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This weekend, Michael Douglas is going to blow all of our minds by portraying the human discoball that was Liberace. Based on HBO promos for Behind The Candelabra, we can already tell that he steps into the bedazzled platform shoes seamlessly; but credit must be given where due and in this case the film’s costume designer deserves some acknowledgement.
Looks like baby Blue Ivy’s days of flying below the radar are over. We’re surprised she made it this long.
In the newest trailer for her HBO documentary, Beyoncé makes the case that she is still a normal person just like the rest of us. And we almost believe her. (Except that we don’t get to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show, land GQ covers, or front H&M ads, among other things.)
Girls returns to HBO on January 13, but to tide us over until then, we’ve got your first look at the upcoming season.
We know fashion designers get their inspiration from some pretty far reaching places, but we’d be lying if we told you that a TV show based on a series medieval fantasy novels would provide the direction for a major fashion show. Nevertheless, the people at Helmut Lang say they were inspired by HBO’s hit program, Game of Thrones.
It never ceases to amaze us how an actor can mold themselves into looking and acting and being just like someone else, and Julianne Moore has done exactly for HBO‘s upcoming Sarah Palin movie Game Change.
If we didn’t know any better, we’d say HBO misses the people who used to tuned in for “Sex and the City.” Rumor has it that the channel will pick up the pilot for a fashion-focused comedy with a female cast set in New York City. Sound familiar?
Until VH1 gets the rights to product a “Behind the Music” special on Lady Gaga, her fans have to do their own research to uncover the Mother Monster’s history. And thanks to the intrepid hunters/rabid fans of Gaga’s at Starcasm, we have photos and video of a small role the lady played on “The Sopranos.”