According to announcement from Fox Searchlight on Tuesday, director Wes Anderson's upcoming stop-motion movie 'Isle of Dogs' will be released April 20, 2018. The movie, which is set in Japan, follows a.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
At least, this is exactly what happened with the feather brows trend on Instagram — a look originally posted as a joke by the makeup artist and Instagram star from Finland known as Stella Sironen —.. Source: Hello Giggles -
Here are all the pop culture references we could find in Season 1 including Pink Floyd, Stanley Kubrick, Wes Anderson, David Lynch and a ton more. Ryan tucked so far into Legion he took a Klonopin, ate.. Source: GameSpot -
Bill Murray, who may or may not have started a cult without telling us, doesn't have a lot of acting gigs on his schedule in the immediate future. He'll lend his voice to Wes Anderson's upcoming.. Gothamist
The Creation are the definition of a cult band. They only existed for a brief spell—formed in 1966, fell apart in 1968— but during those months, they bore a sound that could’ve made them stars... Pitchfork
Wes Anderson’s films have a very distinctive and recognizable visual style, one that’s a product of a deep understanding of cinematic history. A short video by French actress Candice Drouet takes a.. The Verge
"Look, there’s Angelyne." Our tour guide to the stars pointed to a woman in the lane next to us riding a hot pink Corvette. She looked pale and ageless, like hummus that had been moulded into the.. City A.M.
Valentine’s Day is upon us, and whether you’re planning a fancy night out at your favorite restaurant or flopping onto the couch with single friends, let’s face it, at some point you will be.. Business Insider
Swedish international clothing retailer H&M's share price fell 2.76 per cent in trading today after it reported disappointing Christmas sales figures.
The group's total sales in December rose six.. City A.M.
We’re totally tearing up as we watch these touching holiday commercials. From Wes Anderson‘s H&M ad starring Adrien Brody to German company EDEKA’s commercial about the true meaning of Christmas.. Just Jared