Unbreakable bond. When Debbie Reynolds, who died at age 84 on Wednesday, December 28, received the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award back in 2015, it was her daughter, Carrie Fisher, who was there to present it with a heartfelt — and often hilarious — speech. The famously witty Fisher, who passed away one day before her mother on December 27, began her speech, “Not only was my grandmother her mother, she is the grandmother to my alleged daughter. It also turns out that we’re neighbors. … read more

Was it Beatlemania? The unflappable suavity of James Bond? The mystique of Princess Diana? Did Downton Abbey meld upstairs and downstairs in your mind forever? Are you among the millions who wish the wizarding world of Harry Potter was real?
When you pick a direction to go in, is it One Direction? Or maybe your all-time favorite Englishman is William Shakespeare.
Whatever the decade in which you boarded the HMS Anglophile, there’s no question that Americans have harbored a long-running fascination … read more

A group of some of film’s biggest stars are channeling Hollywood’s golden age in a new, gender-swapping video that recalls one of cinema’s most iconic exchanges. In a piece for W’s new “Casting Call” series, the 29 actors and actresses featured in the magazine’s Best Performances issue perform lines from an iconic scene between Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh in Gone with the Wind. While everyone from Brie Larson and Cate Blanchett to Bradley Cooper and Amy Schumer participate in the gender-reversed … read more

Whenever we watch films and TV shows set in the 1940s, we’re instantly enamored by victory rolls. These perfectly-coiffed hairstyles, which were often covered by bandanas, started cropping up around World War II. The ‘do is rumored to have gotten its name from the “victory maneuver” of fighter planes during that era. As men headed to war, women rolled up their hair and sleeves and went to work, according to Pantene celebrity stylist Danilo. “Folding and rolling became a huge and practical beauty … read more

Here we thought two red devil-masked killers was more than enough to handle all the sorority sister-slashing Wallace University could ever want, but now it’s KKT v. three. And guess what else? There are two Kappa babies running around … well, maybe.
Yep, a new killer showed his/her non-face in this week’s new episode of “Scream Queens” — titled “Mommie Dearest” with multiple moments of significance — which aired Tuesday (Nov. 10), and this one’s sporting a Antonin Scalia mask.
Not … read more