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Following up a previous post for an Inception teaser trailer, here is the official theatrical trailer (next page) from the director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight). Inception hits theaters July 16.
['Whenever you see a rainbow in the sky, you can rest assured knowing that Robert Pattinson just had an orgasm.']
Figurative painter Richard Phillips sheds light on some of America's most recognized faces in "Most Wanted", a piece commissioned exclusively by VMAN magazine.
['When tweens witness Zac Efron flip his hair in high-definition, they instantly lose their virginity just like that.']
Set against step-and-repeat backdrops (walls plastered with sponsor logos, which Phillips describes as "utterly worthless and completely harnessed to commerce"), photos of Robert Pattinson, Zac Efron, Chace Crawford, Justin Timberlake, and Leonardo DiCaprio are reinterpreted in pastel portraits, illustrating the temporal stages in the lives of these most-in-demand male celebrities.
['And on the seventh day, the Mattel factory burned to the ground and Chace Crawford rose from the ashes like the most perfect Ken doll gleaming in the sun.']
['Every time Justin Timberlake sings in falsetto, a puppy gets castrated. Bob Barker approves.']
['Do you think Leonardo DiCaprio is still mad at Kate Winslet for letting go?']
On a grander scale, Phillips begs the question: to what end does it behoove a young man to have that particular label behind him? "Pick me, LV, for your next campaign - don't we look gorgeous together?" And what happens to these pictures of icons leaning against icons? They disappear into pixel dust, shedding light on the collective, willful naivete of our culture that believes the distinctions between the two can be so easily parsed.
Artwork: Richard Phillips | Captions: Michael K | Article Text: Aimee Walleston | Contributing art editor: Dominic Sidhu
Leonardo DiCaprio shows off what appears to be a slimmer 'him' on the beaches of Ibiza, Spain yesterday (August 4, 2009)...no doubt impressive to the itsy bitsy teeny weeny bikini clad ladies that joined him for some water time fun. More here.
Distinguished, dashing, and looking like a classic movie star from Hollywood's golden age, Leonardo DiCaprio accepted the Ensemble Performance Award for Revolutionary Road at the 2009 Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala yesterday in Palm Springs, California. A humble DiCaprio told the Associated Press, "I’m just doing what I know how to do, and that’s make movies and hopefully get people to go see them so I can continue to make more movies."
Leonardo DiCaprio is featured in the 10/5 issue of Parade magazine. Just back from attending his grandmother "Oma's" funeral, DiCaprio is pensive...telling Parade "I feel like a whole era in my life is over." But not all is gloomy for one of the world's biggest stars. The passing of his grandmother seems to have changed the way DiCaprio feels about lots of things...finding love, getting married, starting a family, and living life outside of his career. ( CONT'D + Photos)
Leonardo DiCaprio and Knut, a polar-bear cub born in captivity at the Berlin Zoo, grace the cover of this year's Vanity Fair Green Issue (May 2007). Shot on location in both Berlin and Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon (southeast Iceland), it seems only fitting that these two be paired...an environmental activist and a symbol of what we stand to lose to global warming. (Click here to see the photo)