Fun? Check. Fearless? Check. Cosmo girl? Double check.
Demi Lovato snagged the title of Cosmopolitan for Latinas’ Fun Fearless Latina of the Year Award in NYC last night. The Mexican songstress opened up to E! News exclusively about her half-shaved head stunt back in March and her latest hair color du jour. The 21-year-old wore a black and yellow Fausto Puglisi skater dress at the award ceremony, pining back her freshly dyed tresses in a messy updo. Just hours before the red carpet, the “Heart Attack” singer debuted the latest installment to her Crayola crown inspired hair colors (which took hours to complete by the way) on Twitter.
Check out Kristen Stewart‘s directorial debut for Sage + The Saints‘ music video “Take Me to the South”!
The 24-year-old actress shot the video in both Nashville, Tennessee and Los Angeles as part of Buffalo David Bitton’s “Blank Check Series.” David Ethan Shapiro co-directed the vid.
“Working with Sage + The Saints for my directorial debut was a fantastic and rewarding experience,” Kristen said. “I’m extremely proud of what I and my co-creators at Starlight Studios have accomplished, and grateful for the Buffalo Blank Check Series for facilitating our creativity and artistic vision.”
Check out Kristen‘s directorial debut below!
Robert Pattinson is currently getting plenty of praise for his role as a damaged drifter in The Rover, with multiple critics calling it the best performance of his career.
According to Pattinson, who recently sat down with ET Canada at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival to talk about his two films debuting at the festival — The Rover and Maps to the Stars — he fought hard for the role, which he had to audition for despite his formidable status in Hollywood.
“I’m so bad at auditioning, and I was terrified that I wasn’t going to get it,” Pattinson admitted to ET Canada. “I really, really fought for it.”
In the film, Pattinson plays Rey, who becomes an unwitting accomplice to Eric, a ruthless, hardened ex-soldier (Guy Pearce) in a post-apocalyptic world.
“It’s a character that doesn’t really have any constraints,” he said. “It’s not really specified where he’s from or what his desires are or even his mental state and I felt really relaxed doing it because you could just do whatever you wanted, basically.”
Check out the video to hear Pattinson’s thoughts on director David Cronenberg, who he pairs up with in Maps to the Stars after previously working with him in 2012′s Cosmopolis.
Ahead of the film’s premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, the first Clouds of Sils Maria trailer has landed online for director Olivier Assayas’ (Summer Hours) seductive new drama. Starring Juliette Binoche and Kirsten Stewart, the film revolves around an aging actress (Binoche) who is gearing up to star in a new production of the play that made her famous years ago, only this time she’ll be taking on the “older woman” role while a confident younger actress (Chloe Grace Moretz) tackles the lead. The pic looks like a fantastic meditation on life, jealousy, and sexuality, and Binoche appears to turn in a very strong lead performance. Stewart is impressive here as well, playing the loyal assistant to Binoche’s character.
Hit the jump to watch the Clouds of Sils Maria trailer. The film will screen in competition at the Cannes Film Festival and IFC Films will release the pic stateside later this year.
Drinking Buddies fans, show yourselves! (Everyone’s hand should be raised.)
The trailer for director Joe Swanberg (Drinking Buddies, 24 Exposures) next project is here. Just as in 2013?s Drinking Buddies, Happy Christmas stars Anna Kendrick. This time around, Kendrick is joined by Swanberg, Melanie Lynskey, and Lena Dunham in a dramedy about a hard-partying twenty-something who, after a breakup, moves in with her brother’s family over the holidays. That move prompts her sister-in-law (Lynskey) to rethink how her own life is going and what she wants from the future.
“It was interesting in this because my character doesn’t know when to shut up,” Kendrick told EW about on-set improv. “That’s a lot easier than listening in improv.”
Watch the trailer for the film, which premiered at Sundance earlier this year, below:
Happy Christmas is on iTunes June 26 and in theaters July 25.
It was all in a day’s work for Kristen Stewart on the set of her directorial debut.
And we love seeing Stewart’s cuddly side!
“We hosted Kristen Stewart for her directorial debut at the distillery. We are proud to announce the video is finally done and will be released shortly,” read a post on the spirits purveyor’s Facebook page.
Ahead of its Cannes Film Festival premiere, three new Maps to the Stars clips have gone online. David Cronenberg‘s latest film follows an archetypical Hollywood dynasty including a writer of self-help manuals, his wife who manages the career of their 13-year-old son, and their daughter, who was recently released from a sanatorium where she was treated for criminal pyromania. The plot also includes Havana, an actress who wants to remake a movie that starred her now-deceased mother. These new clips feature most of the main characters, and they provide a sense of unease as well as Hollywood satire. I don’t know if that will be the overall tone of the movie, but there’s definitely something quietly unnerving about these clips.
Hit the jump to check out the clips [they're slightly NSFW because of language]. The film stars John Cusack, Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska, Robert Pattinson, Olivia Williams, and Sarah Gadon. Maps to the Stars opens in France and Italy on May 21st. A U.S. release date has yet to be announced.
Ever since we heard that Kristen Stewart was a new face of Chanel, we’ve been dying to see how the line’s creative director and head designer Karl Lagerfeld would style her for his ads. After all, the starlet has a very different look than the ethereal blondes Lagerfeld has tapped for previous campaigns (like Keira Knightley, Blake Lively and Diane Kruger). And as you can see in the first-look video from the ad shoot below, her edgy beauty was played up in cornrows, winged liner and some seriously beautiful clothes.
Stewart had a long working relationship with Chanel — she’s been to its fashion shows and worn Chanel to the Met Gala — before Lagerfeld asked her to model this collection (which he shot himself in Paris). And, she tells PEOPLE, he’s not at all as intimidating as someone of his stature in the fashion world might seem.
Actors Kellan Lutz (The Twilight Saga, The Legend of Hercules) and Anton Zetterholm discuss their latest film, Tarzan.