Paris Hilton is celebrating Pride Month with a star-studded concert!
27.05.2023 - 06:41 / variety.com
Jessica Kiang Director Kim Ki-yeol (Song Kang-ho) only needs two more days of reshoots to craft a new ending to his latest film, and it will no longer be the trashy potboiler everyone thought he was making. It will be, he declares frequently, “A masterpiece!” Director Kim Jee-woon does not seem to harbor similar aspirations for his meta-movie “Cobweb” — his loosest, least substantial and most slapdash film in quite some time — though it’s safe to say the gulf between it and masterpiece status is a little wider than a two-day reshoot could possibly bridge. A film containing another film; a filmmaker referring to the trials of a filmmaker: It’s a movie of many layers, all of them garish and goofy, none of them great.
That’s an assessment that would no doubt cut Ki-yeol to the quick, because, as played with typically raffish charm by the “Parasite” star, he certainly dreams of greatness. Quite literally so, in the film’s triple fake-out opening. The black-and-white psych-thriller that plays initially — all thunderstorms, spiral staircases and checkered floors — is revealed to be a scene being filmed on a set, which is itself then revealed to be a dream. Kim wakes with a start into his early-1970s reality, in which he is a jobbing journeyman genre director who has just turned in a final cut of his latest film for censor approval.
In pill-induced reveries, however, he has glimpsed a rewrite so potent it will bring him the acclaim he craves, the like of which he hasn’t received since his debut. All he needs is a couple more days of filming before his set is struck and the studio given over to another production. But how to get hard-nosed studio boss President Baek (Jang Young-nam) — the sister of director Shin, Ki-yeol’s
Paris Hilton is celebrating Pride Month with a star-studded concert!
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Sophia Scorziello editor When you talk to Candace Bushnell, you don’t really see Carrie Bradshaw. Instead, you see more of a Samantha Jones, a fabulous blonde woman wearing sunglasses inside her Sag Harbor home in the Hamptons. She’s put together, and eager to get down to business — she says she’s working on being her own Mr. Big rather than searching for him. In the mid-1990s, Bushnell wrote a column for the New York Observer titled Sex and the City. There, she examined Manhattan life through the sex lives and relationships of her and her friends. As the column progressed, she began writing about herself under the pen name “Carrie Bradshaw.”
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Kim Cattrall is back in New York City as one of the stars of Netflix's new makeup drama. In, the actress plays legendary cosmetics mogul Madolyn Addison who takes a chance on a young gender non-conforming aspiring makeup artist named Marco Mejia ( breakout Miss Benny). Ahead of its debut during Pride Month, the streaming platform released the official trailer for creator Jordon Nardino's series, giving audiences a glimpse of all the sex, glam and drama to come as Marco navigates interoffice politics as well as the ups and downs of dating. According to Netflix, Marco gets his «first chance to figure out what he wants out of life, who he actually is, and what it really means for him to be queer» after landing a coveted assistant job at Madolyn's empire. "[It's] sort of like a ," Cattrall told ET about the series, adding, «It's very funny, very funny.»In addition to Benny and Cattrall, the cast features an eclectic ensemble of characters Marco meets inside and out of the office.
Sex and the City’s longtime cast members has shared his thoughts on the much-discussed return of Kim Cattrall, following her feud with series lead star, Sarah Jessica Parker. Evan Handler, who plays Harry Goldenblatt, the husband of Kristin Davis’s main character Charlotte York, reacted after it was confirmed that Cattrall will have a cameo appearance in the second series of And Just Like That, the rebooted series following the SATC characters in middle age. Cattrall has not been a part of the Sex and the City universe since the release of the second film adaptation in 2010.
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Paris Hilton has recruited Kim Petras for a new revamped version of her 2006 hit ‘Stars Are Blind’ – check it out below.It has been 17 years since Paris Hilton released the lead track from her debut album, ‘Paris’, when ‘Stars Are Blind’ originally debuted at Number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100.Now, the socialite, media personality and DJ has released the official remix for the single with Kim Petras, who offers the line: “Why shouldn’t we be with the ones we really love? Now tell me who else you’ve been dreaming of.” Hilton released a newly-recorded version of her debut single in February of this year. The solo version – also called ‘Stars Are Blind (Paris’ Version)’ – is exclusively available on Amazon Music.The 42-year-old has shown her adoration for Petras over the years, telling Billboard back in December: “I love Kim so much.
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Paris Hilton is celebrating the 15th anniversary of her one and only song with the help of Kim Petras. The two have released a new and revamped version of “Stars Are Blind,” titled “Stars Are Blind: Paris’ Version.”Hilton shared the news on her Instagram, revealing that Petras performed a version of it at her wedding.
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Paris Hilton has revamped her hit song Stars Are Blind with Kim Petras. The collaboration, titled Stars Are Blind: Paris' Version, was released on 1 June, almost 17 years after the original hit was released in June 2006. The Simple Life alum took to Instagram to promote the song.
Sophia Scorziello editor Well, that’s hot. Paris Hilton has called on Kim Petras for the revamp of Hilton’s classic hit single “Star Are Blind.” The new collab, “Stars Are Blind: Paris’ Version,” was released on Thursday, over 15 years after the single’s first release in June 2006. The original debuted at No.18 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was featured on Hilton’s debut studio album “Paris.” Since she became “famous for being famous” at the turn of the century, the hotel heiress has continued to remind everyone that she’s not just a pretty face. Hilton starred in the pioneering 2003 Fox reality series “The Simple Life” with Nicole Richie and the 2005 slasher film “House of Wax.” She’s a businesswoman, model, singer, DJ, media personality, socialite — and she’s also an inspiration for artists like Petras. In 2017, Hilton starred in the music video for Petras’ debut single “I Don’t Want It All.”
Well, “Sex And The City” fans, hell has frozen over. Variety reports that Kim Cattrall will reprise her role as publicist Samantha Jones in the upcoming season of “And Just Like That…” But there are a couple of caveats to Cattrall’s return: she appears in only one scene, an over-the-phone convo with series star Sarah Jessica Parker.
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