Game of Thrones: Starks Reunited & Season 7 trailer

Starks reunited and it feels so good! Entertainment Weekly is treating us with what any 'Game of Thrones' fan dreams of: having all the Starks reunited at last. And while in the show we have so far two of them finally together (Jon and Sansa), and it seems that Arya is on her way to the North, is great to see these four at least posing together for a photoshoot. And there are four character covers out there for you to pick your favorite Stark.

And not only we can rejoice with these new pics, the trailer for Season 7 was released yesterday and it looks fantastic and things are getting intense as the ending approaches. I still have to make the Best Moments & Scenes post of Season 6 that will also serve as a reminder where things were left on the previous season but in the meantime, take a look at the trailer, enjoy these new pics and check out a bunch of new stills at the source (below).

sources: ew & youtube


Sofia Coppola on the cover of SWJ. Magazine

Sofia Coppola graces the cover of SWJ Magazine and this might already be my favorite cover of the year. Captured by Steven Meisel, she's wearing Marc Jacobs, Fendi, Salvatore Ferragamo and more in the shoot, and she simply looks absolutely gorgeous.

Coppola just premiered her latest film 'The Beguiled' yesterday at Cannes, and it's getting brilliant reviews by absolutely everyone, so if i already was anxious to watch it, you can imagine now. The film opens in less than a month in the US (June 23rd) but i'll have to wait until July 7th to finally watch it, so be sure i'll be talking about it when i watch it, i hope it doesn't disappoint me. In the meantime, enjoy this exquisite photoshoot and check out a few more pics at the source.

sources: designscene


Leighton Meester & Madelaine Petsch for Bello Magazine

Two fine young actresses, Leighton Meester and Madelaine Petsch, have been on the cover of Bello Magazine (Leighton on the May issue and Madelaine on March) and both ladies are so gorgeous i had to post them here.

Leighton is a personal favorite of mine ever since she was on 'Gossip Girl' and i don't understand how she was the most brilliant thing on the show and still her career didn't really took off. I mean, she has been in a lot of indie projects and has been working non-stop but her co-star Blake Lively is the one who's getting bigger parts. I'm guessing Leighton doesn't really care about her star status and she also has her music career going on, but it's sad that they didn't offer her a better show than 'Making History', which has already been cancelled.

When it comes to Madelaine she has just started and just like Leighton, i already think she's the best thing on the show. We'll see what the future holds for these two starlets but in the meantime let's enjoy the pretty on Bello Mag (more at the source!)

sources: bellomagazine


Season Finales Recap Time!

Grey's Anatomy (Season 13) - This season of 'Grey's' has been a little... uninteresting? Like, don't get me wrong, i love the show and i don't care if nothing at all happens but this particular season hasn't had anything special that kept you attached like all the other ones. Even the finale was a bit off, like they tried to make this super tragic event at the hospital but i just wasn't feeling it. I'm going to still watch no matter what but we've got to admit it's slowly decaying when it used to be so great and had the best seasons finales ever. Let's hope Season 14 brings us a bit more back to that.

Riverdale (Season 1) -  The season finale of CW's 'Riverdale' was last week and it was surprisingly quite good but we've got to admit something: it's not what it used to be. When the show first aired, it looked soo good, like it seemed like it had so much potential and we were infront of the next best thing. But soon after the first few episodes, it wasn't as good and it became another teen show. I still like it and i'm still going to watch it but i felt they should have focused on the good, juicy and incestuous stuff like the Blossoms and go deep into that. But well, it was all about Betty and Archie and while everything was nice, it felt like it could had been all better. I was glad to see Luke Perry on it, though i don't think we'll see much from him in S2, and the young cast is quite great so let's hope it will surprise us with the second season.

Girlboss (Season 1) - I started watching 'Girlboss' because i had no shows left to watch and everyone was talking about it on my TL so i had to but at first, like everyone else, i kinda hate-watched it because the protagonist is so annoying. Like so annoying. But we've got to admit it depics the 00s quite well, showing important moments in history like the death of Marissa Cooper in 'The OC' and it perfectly shows the use of internet back then, at the beginning of it all. It's only after the mom's episode when you start to understand Sophia a bit more and tolerate her. The cheating incident also makes you feel for her, though i don't understand how she doesn't rip his head off. Anyway, the thing is that i want to watch more now and Season 2 seems to be a sure thing though there's nothing official yet.

New Girl (Season 6) - This show is always ok, like i always watch a few episodes in a row when i don't have anything else, and i always like it, but we all believed this was going to be its finale season. Jake Johnson himself even said so, so imagine the surprise when it was announced that it got renewed for a final season. I honestly think the ending of S6 was so perfect that it didn't need another season but maybe they will surprise us. But i'll keep on watching because if anything, they're they true soft version of 'Friends', and don't tell me that was 'Big Bang Theory' because it has been proven that it wasn't, so deal with it.

sources: moviefone, girlfriend & jezebel


POP Bluebell by Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney is back with another fresh fragance and of course she has her POP girls back. Grimes, Lourdes Leon, Kenya Kinski-Jones and Amandla Stenberg are back for the POP Bluebell fragance looking as chic as ever.

This time instead of a pink colored theme it's all lilac, and i'm hoping another gorgeous ad video it's coming out soon, because the POP Now advert was totally cool and pretty in pink. Also, the four girls really make a great team for this campaign so i'm glad to see them all back together (though it's obvious these are old pics taken during the first ad).

Anyway, enjoy these beauty portraits of these girls and if more promos come out i will definitely post them.

sources: stellamccartney


Elle Fanning on the cover of Vogue US June issue

Elle Fanning has just turned 19 and here she is already gracing the cover of Vogue US, and what a beautiful cover that is.

Photographed by the iconic Annie Leibovitz, Fanning sizzles in this shoot and is referred as a 'A star in bloom', and even though we have been watching her in movies since she was 3 years old, she has been blossoming ever since, and we have a lot more coming from her to see. It's difficult for someone to make a name of herself after being known as 'Dakota Fanning's sister', but while Dakota is still managing leave behind her child actress status, her younger sister has done it with flying colors and she only gets better and better. From 'Phoebe in Wonderland' to 'The Neon Demon' she already has an amazing career on her shoulders, and she ain't even 20!

Check out this beautiful photoshoot below, and a few more gorgeous pic at the source.

sources: vogue

'Woodshock' trailer starring Kirsten Dunst

'Woodshock' trailer has been released and i really had no idea about this project at all. It turns out that sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the designers behind Rodarte, are making their directorial film debut with this trippy story and i think after watching the trailer, it's gotten everyone's attention.

The movie is about a woman (Dunst) who falls into paranoia after taking a deadly drug, so the trailer is full of dreamy images and creepy places where the main character finds herself. It's really haunting, like a mix of 'Melancholia' and 'Martha Marcy May Marlene', and the photography looks delicious so i have high hopes for this film. Indie queen Kirsten Dunst has been friends with the Mulleavy sisters for years now so this collaboration is really interesting and Dunst always has a good eye when choosing projects so i can't wait for this now. And the Mulleavy sisters seem to be following another designer's footsteps into filmaking (as Tom Ford has already done) so if the result is as exquisite as his, i'm going to love it.

The movie opens on September 15 so watch the hypnotic trailer, and some stills of the film, below!


Brad Pitt in the Summer 2017 issue of GQ Style

It's hard to imagine that Brad Pitt is actually 53 years old, but he is. Having growing up watching his movies during my teens (i only went to the cinema to watch his films on the big screen) we have also seen him grow up as an actor, and he only got better.

Having some personal issues right now, battling addiction and going through a very public divorce, he's opening about it on the Summer 2017 Issue of GQ and as always he sounds real and honest. He's always kept a low profile despite his much public love life, so it's pretty obvious that he's at his best right now but i'm sure he'll bounce back.

After the cut you can see this very great GQ photoshoot by Ryan Mcginley because some eye candy never hurts and you can check out more pics and read the interview at the source. Enjoy!