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Fugs of the AFI Fest Tribute to David O. Russell


No sooner did she debut her Coco Rocha — as I think of this cut — than Jennifer Lawrence brought it out on the town. You will be interested to know it’s Michael Kors, and not Dior, so what does that mean for her upcoming Catching Fire junkets? Tragically our subs didn’t have a full-length photo of the outfit, but at least we get the worst of it. I HOPE that’s the worst of it.

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Fugs and Fabs of the Hollywood Film Awards


In which Sandra Bullock and Lupita Nyong’o battle it out for best dressed. Start the awards season as you mean to go on, I suppose.

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Emmys Fugs and Fabs: Ladies of a Certain Age


Call this the 60 and over category, and let us just recognize that these ladies are, by and large, still bringing it.

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Fugs and Fabs: Pre-Emmys Cocktail Party (Already)


The official name of this event is [deep breath] The Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences’ Performers Peer Group Cocktail Reception To Celebrate The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards. I like to think that Julie Bowen called Sofia Vergara and said, “hey, do you want to carpool to the ATASPPGCRC65PEA tonight? Sweet!”

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More Fugs and Fabs Related to “Lee Daniels’ The Butler”


This whole title thing is so awkward. Apparently studios can protect a certain number of titles in their catalogs, and Warner Bros. decided to stick it to Harvey Weinstein by filing to block The Butler from being called The Butler because some short film from 1917 shares that name. It seems terribly petty and dumb to me, but the motion was upheld, so now the movie is called Lee Daniels’ The Butler, which is great if people like LDTB, but if they hate it then poor Lee Daniels is stuck attached to it in perpetuity. But maybe he’ll like it, and like Tyler Perry, continue to do it throughout his career and even then retroactively apply it. I would love it if we somehow ended up with Lee Daniels’ Precious Based On The Novel ‘Push’ By Sapphire.

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Cannes: The Lightbox Purge


Cannes is STILL GOING ON, and it doesn’t end until Sunday, so before the big closing weekend it’s time for a quick sweep of the things that slipped through the cracks. First up: Nicole Kidman wearing the Valentino that Anne Hathaway rejected for the Oscars for reasons of ridiculousness (edit: Valentino says it’s not the same, but what’s funny is that it looks more like Seyfried’s dress to me than the actual rejected one). You can bleach your hair, Anne, but you can’t bleach your regrets (edit: I still stand by this).

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