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Watch the Charming Short Film ‘Hair’ Starring John Turturro

Already making its premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, short film Hair captures the unscripted dialogue between actor John Turturro and Bobby Cannavale about man’s particularness about their hair. Shot in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Hair is part of rag & bone’s latest film projects and showcases rag & bone’s 2017 spring/summer collection, which is available […]

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‘Blade Runner 2049’ Gets Two Slick Posters Featuring Ryan Gosling & Harrison Ford

Blade Runner 2049 is scheduled to hit theaters this October and today, two promotional posters were unveiled featuring the film’s stars Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford. On Gosling’s poster, his futuristic police cruiser is showcased on a background of cool colors while Ford’s poster shows the decaying head of a massive statue done in warm […]

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Nardwuar Squares Off With Seth Rogen

Nardwuar’s been everywhere over the past couple of months, sitting down with everyone from Sonny Digital, Snoop Dogg, Zane Lowe, and Ugly God to Desiigner, Vince Staples, Mike Dean, and Eric André. This time around, The Human Serviette squares off with a fellow Vancouver native: none other than Seth Rogen. Set at Neptoon Records (Vancouver’s […]

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Beverly Hills’ $100 Million USD Mansion Has Its Own Lavish Video Featuring Girls Covered in Gold

OPUS is the name given to Beverly Hills’ most expensive property as claimed by real estate executive, Drew Fenton. To up all other selling presentations, this $100 million USD mansion actually has its own video trailer — the clip fully showcases the home’s interiors accompanied by sultry models covered in gold. Throughout the teaser, we […]

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Brad Pitt Opens up About His Split With Angelina Jolie and Getting Sober in Candid New Interview

In a candid interview with GQ Style, Brad Pitt addresses his current situation divulging intimate particulars on his life post Angelina, situation with the kids and sobriety. He goes on to reveal feeling helplessly trapped when Child Services were called to interject and taking steps to become a better father by making sure to put […]

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A New Documentary Will Look at Hayao Miyazaki’s Creative Process

Hayao Miyazaki, the legendary Japanese animator and co-founder of Studio Ghibli, is the subject of a new documentary titled Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki. The documentary, from director Kaku Arakawa, starts following Miyazaki in the immediate aftermath of his 2013 retirement announcement. Over the course of the film, Miyazaki explores new creative pursuits before settling on CGI, […]

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Matthew McConaughey & Idris Elba Reveal First ‘The Dark Tower’ Footage

The first trailer for the highly anticipated adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower is finally about to see the light of day. So, to whet fans’ appetites ahead of the release, stars Matthew McConaughey and Idris Elba engaged in a little promotional tweeting today, ultimately revealing two brief snippets of footage from the flick. […]

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More Details Emerge Regarding the Black and White Version of ‘Logan’

After director James Mangold teased the release on Twitter last week, official details have been revealed regarding the black and white rendition of Logan. Dubbed Logan Noir, the monochromatic edition of the film will be shown at Alamo Drafthouse locations across the United States for one night only on May 16. After the screenings, attendees […]

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Bruce Willis Is a Private Detective Trying to Get His Dog Back in ‘Once Upon a Time in Venice’

Bruce Willis just wants his dog back in the upcoming Once Upon a Time in Venice. Helmed by first-time directors Mark and Robb Cullen, Once Upon a Time in Venice stars Willis as Los Angeles-based private detective Steve Ford. The premise of the film? Ford’s home is ransacked and his dog Buddy goes missing, ultimately […]

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