As Blood Ties premiered, Marion Cotillard’s beehive was the talk of the town—as was her Dior gown. She stars in the crime drama that her partner, Guillaume Canet, wrote and directed.
There’s no skimping on glamour at the Cannes International Film Festival. This year Steven Spielberg heads the jury evaluating new movies from Sofia Coppola, James Franco, the Coen brothers, and more.
Justin Timberlake donned his now-signature suit and (bow)tie, with wife Jessica Biel on his arm, for the screening of Inside Llewyn Davis, in which he plays a ’60s folk singer-songwriter.
Another year, another round of graduates—and another lineup of famous faces to guide them into the “real world.”
Obama’s Morehouse speech stirred up real debate. “I was raised by a heroic single mother,” he said, “but I still wish I had a father who was not only present but involved.”
Sadness and anger follow the murder of politician Zohra Shahid Hussain, killed just a week after historic elections.
In an emotional scene outside a Karachi hospital, men reacted to Hussain’s death on the day she was shot. Her murder came the night before parts of Karachi went back to the polls to take part in a re-vote.
The 138th Preakness Stakes drew hordes to Baltimore’s Pimlico racetrack, where a thoroughbred named Oxbow was the first to nose the finish line.
Training legend D. Wayne Lukas, 77, hadn’t had a horse win a Triple Crown race since 2000—but he proved he had at least one race left in him with Oxbow’s victory.
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