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Oz the Great and Powerful dominated the box office this weekend, raking in $80 million nationwide in ticket sales, but it could never have come to be if Judy Garland hadn’t donned ruby slippers and tapped her heels three times nearly 75 years ago. The Wizard of Oz has had no shortage of on-screen interpretations, but we’re taking a look at three of its best: the Disney film in theaters now, 1978′s Motown/Michael Jackson version The Wiz, and the original 1939 flick that started it all.
As we learned from the Los Angeles premiere of Oz: The Great And Powerful, three leading ladies mean three times the red carpet fun. Tonight, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, and Mila Kunis broke out some of their best press tour ensembles yet to fête the collab-happy Disney film in London. But who looked best? Well we know our pick — what about you?
Pretty soon, Oz will be the great, the powerful, and the ubiquitous. A whole horde of companies are collaborating with Disney’s latest film and releasing lines inspired by the movie’s characters.
It may be a Disney film, but with a trio of leading ladies like Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, and Rachel Weisz, you can be sure the style at the Oz: The Great And Powerful premiere was anything but child’s play.
From Beyoncé‘s showstopping (literally) performance to the Destiny’s Child surprise-but-not-quite reunion, last night’s Super Bowl half-time show was pretty epic. You can relive the magic in video form over here and keep reading for photographic evidence that, as Anderson Cooper has pointed out, “it’s her world and we’re just living in it”.
Tune in with us to assess the style choices of Hollywood’s major players at tonight’s Golden Globes ceremony.
We think we were gymnasts in a past life.
Uhhh, this is just a little weird.
Celebrities and über-nerds alike descended on San Diego yesterday for the first of four days of panels, previews, and crazy costumes otherwise known as Comic-Con. Among them? The cast of Twilight, Oz‘s Michelle Williams and Mila Kunis, and a whole slew of Star Wars faves.
Michelle Williams and Emma Stone always rock the red carpet with their own distinct style. So when the two leading ladies stepped out in floral frocks on Thursday, we naturally had to pose the following question: who wore the style better?
Fashionable ladies like Rachel Roy, (the other Michelle Williams, Ivanka Trump, and Lauren Bush Lauren attended the Clarins Million Meals Concert to benefit the FEED Foundation in New York last night.
Yesterday while you were trying to decide whether to love or hate that custom Versace liturgical robe Nicki Minaj wore to the Grammys, the good people of Great Britain were hosting the British Academy of Film and Television Awards — and stars like Meryl Streep, Viola Davis and Penelope Cruz got all gussied up for the occasion.
It really was only a matter of time. Oscar-nominated actress Michelle Williams has finally joined the cadre of young, hip actors who have modeled for some iteration of the Band of Outsiders brand. Herewith, the Polaroid pictures that announce her turn as the face of Boy. Band of Outsiders.
Yesterday everyone who’s up for an Oscar (and a few people who aren’t) gathered at The Beverly Hilton Hotel for a lunch celebrating the fact that it’s an honor just to be nominated. And while we don’t have a say in who will actually win the awards, we can determine right here and now which actress was best-dressed at luncheon.
There is an unspoken law that if a female actress plays an iconic figure in a movie, she will be photographed as such for every magazine cover and article pegged to its release. Case in point: Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe. It’s interesting and clever the first time around, but it gets stale really quickly, which is why we’re incredibly disappointed with GQ’s February cover, though Williams’ heart-wrenching profile inside makes every requisite bra-and-panty shot worth it.
We did quite a few double takes at last night’s Golden Globes. This thing looks like that thing! That thing looks like this thing!