May 6, 2014
A string of killer performances, playing troubled men in dark dramas—and one extra—large-popcorn movie-have actor Dane DeHaan poised to become Hollywood’s next great rebel.
November 27, 2013
On his triumphant return to acting in Dallas Buyers Club, the perks of being huge in Portugal, and making people cry (in a good way). Plus: A very special art surprise.
July 16, 2012
They say the only thing more dangerous than being typecast in Hollywood is when people don’t know what to expect from you. But Mila Kunis wouldn’t have it any other way.
September 29, 2009
There’s great irony in the fact that Rob Pruitt is the man putting together the Guggenheim’s First Annual Art Awards, a sort of tongue-and-cheek version of the Oscars for contemporary American art. It’s the kind of irony more befitting a Hollywood film script than the New York art scene. On October 29, before an assemblage of heavyweights in the Guggenheim Museum rotunda, faux-champagne-bottle-in-ice-bucket lamp awards will be doled out to the winners of Solo Show of the Year, Group Show of the Year, Curator of the Year, and Artist of the Year, among a myriad of other categories.
Cary Joji Fukunaga
April 24, 2009
James Franco spots young director Cary Joji Fukunaga, whose first feature involves brutal gangs, desperate immigrants, dangerous train rides, and 2,000 extras.