At least but not last. My golden globes red carpet mini review.
– TOP STORIES OF DECEMBER – CUMBERLOVE It’s a real Cumber-obsession Cumberbatch is currently promoting reaaaally hard the movie for which he will win an Oscar. “The Imitation Game,”. Keira Knightley is supporting also, but where’s her cover? Cumberbatch is the favorite of this year Oscar Season, and just like last year he is the public choice. We’ll see what happens at the Globes, the Globes will tell.
THE PRE-OSCARS CAMPAIGN It’s November, which means that award season is in full swing, and as such the actors starring in award bait are beginning to lay the foundation of their Oscar campaigns. Here’s a battle between two biggest movie of the season. The World War II is main theme this year.
“George Clooney is to Hollywood what Uncle Sam is to America.” Vulture
Tops of October’s Covers Magazines Issue. – THE BAD – Hollywood White Washing – Remember when I was so pissed at Vogue for putting Blake Whatsofuckingever Lively on top of their August Cover ?And the fact that Marie Claire featured her on their biggest year issue? Well now she’s back this month and still promoting her *still* boring as f*ck lifestyle website/blog/company/I don’t even know what that’s suppose to be name.
TOP 20 September Cover of the Year – Biggest Issue
LUPITA NYONG’O X LANCÔME Back on April, right after her successful Oscar season, Lupita won her first big contract with Lancôme. Huge deal. Huge move for both Lupita and Lancôme. PLUS. The first official print ad from Lupita Nyong’o’s Lancôme endorsement deal, came out on June. It’s got an ‘80s throwback vibe, like Lupita is consciously giving us a vintage Grace Jones look. (Celebitchy)
… the illusion of “I can do it too!”
Top Story of the Month : We Have to Talk About Vogue We have to talk about Vogue people. Since Vogue (and Anna Devil Wintour) decided to embrace the idea of feature accomplished women on it’s cover we all agree that putting celebrity was a good idea. Vogue is and always has been so Waspy oriented. It wasn’t a problem in the 80’s, it became one in the 90’s, now it’s clearly a major issue. On top of that Vogue, like every other printed magazine knows the internet fracture and the audience keep on decreasing. It’s a matter of fact. So what did Vogue decided to do ? Make buzz story. Like every other.
The hair color makeover : It has been a trend for almost a year or two. From Nicole Richie to Kelly Osborne, and now True Blood star Anna Paquin, nearly every chick on EARTH under the age of 35 has done it: they dipped their hair in grape Kool-Aid. So do you endorse it ?