He sure gets around (the globe) fast!
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Whoa, talk about a metamorphosis!
Tilda Swinton is an undeniably talented actress perhaps best known for the uniquely glorious and occasionally androgynous look she sported throughout her long cinematic career, but now she's taken a turn for the…
Her pixie cut was gone, her skin tone was a few shades darker than we've ever seen her — the 53-year-old basically underwent a soccer mom makeover!
Ch-ch-check out before and after pics (above) and let us know which Tilda you prefer (below)!
Trainwreck and new-look-Tilda will hit theaters next July.
Nooo! This is one injustice even Captain America can't fix!
South Korean director Bong Joon-ho has, by most accounts, put together a marvelous movie about a dystopian future with a FIERCE cast of A-list American actors.
There's only one problem, Harvey Weinstein won't let anyone watch it! Not anyone on this continent, at least!
Snowpiercer is getting spectacular reviews and Bong Joon-ho keeps sending his film to film festivals in North America, trying to let more people see it, but The Weinstein Company owns the distribution rights over here and is apparently "forbidding" any screenings until
We know three things about vampires:
They live forever. They survive on blood. And they love taking all of their clothes off!
The latest vamps to get nude on camera are Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton for their new flick Only Lovers Left Alive!
This film looks EXTREMELY dark! But what do you expect when you're dealing with the blood-addicted undead?!
We've seen neck-suckers fall in love plenty of times before but never with a mood that this movie conveys! Tom and Tilda are vampire lovers on the run from the law after trouble-maker Mia Wasikowska shows up. The trailer doesn't divulge much about the story but we can tell that their unquenched thirst doesn't end at just blood — it continues on in the bedroom!
We, of course, LOVE seeing Tom as Loki in The Avengers and Thor but his true talent as an actor comes to life in this trailer!
Ch-ch-check out the official first look at Only Lovers Left Alive (above)!
While most of us were waving the red, white, and blue this Independence Day, Tilda Swinton was waving the entire rainbow!
Right outside of Moscow's infamous
Gingerbread House Kremlin, Tilda took to waving the LGBT pride flag to spread the following message:
"In solidarity. From Russia with love."
Currently there is a ridiculous 100-year ban on Gay Pride parades, and there is a bill currently going through their parliament that would ban the distribution of "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations."
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ZOMG!!! This is wonderful!!!
If there's one thing the endings of the Silver Linings Playbook, Little Miss Sunshine, and Napoleon Dynamite taught us, it's that dancing turns sadness into smiles 100% of the time!
Our hearts continue to ache from legendary film critic Roger Ebert's passing earlier this month, but talented thespian Tilda Swinton was the guest of honor at Ebertfest 2013 this past weekend and she was dead-set on turning our frowns upside down!!!
Ch-ch-check out the Moonrise Kingdom star shake her groove thang to Barry White's You're the First, the Last, My Everything (above)!
Fifteen hundred people dancing together in a packed theater on the University of Illinois campus to celebrate the life of a man they admired!!! Such an ah-mazing tribute!!
We're sure Roger's widow Chaz was touched by the overwhelming sentiment!!
She's at it again!!!
The eccentric actress was caught sleeping in a glass box yesterday for the second time at NYC's MoMA museum for her performance piece, The Maybe.
And this isn't the last time Tilda's Z's will be put on display! The actress is scheduled to snuggle up for all to see at least four more times before the end of 2013 in various parts of the museum.
If only we knew what she was dreaming of!
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As the fearless film critic would likely say were he still alive, "the show must go on!"
Roger Ebert died yesterday, succumbing to complications from cancer, but his rich legacy lives on.
For the 15th year in a row, cinephiles and superstars alike will flock to Illinois to share their love of great movies at Ebertfest. The April 17-21 film festival won't be the same, obviously, without the presence of the legendary critic, but he will be there in spirit!
Plenty of celebz will be there, too!