9 curiosas ilustraciones que muestran cómo cambia tu vida cuando tienes un perro

¿Estás pensando en aumentar la familia e incorporar un perro a ella? Pues piénsalo bien porque tu vida está a punto de cambiar de forma drástica. Para empezar, se acabó el no compartir tu cena con nadie, también el tener la casa ordenada. Con 9 divertidas ilustraciones, John, dueño de un golden retriever de nombre Maimai, nos muestra cómo era su vida antes y después de tener a este amigo canino.

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We’ve assembled some of our favorite photos of comic actor Danny DeVito in one slideshow—and we had a lot of fun doing it. And frankly, that’s what’s most important.

Danny DeVito is no stranger to working the red carpet, as seen here in the way he plays off paparazzi at the Sundance premiere of his new movie Wiener-Dog. The fact is, DeVito is a pretty fun and interesting guy, and we think he doesn’t get nearly the attention he deserves.

Granted, Danny DeVito probably isn’t the likeliest choice for a slideshow. We’re fully aware that we’d probably get a lot more traffic with, say, Jennifer Lawrence. But then we asked ourselves, how fun would it really be to spend 10 slides coming up with new ways to call Jennifer Lawrence pretty? Not as much fun as making a Danny DeVito slideshow, we figured. And we were right!

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La alfombra roja de los Premios Goya 2016

La 30ª edición de los Premios Goya es la más "oscarizada", al contar por primera con cuatro premios de la Academia de Hollywood: los nominados Juliette Binoche (‘El paciente inglés’), Tim Robbins ('Mystic River’) y Penélope Cruz ('Vicky Cristina Barcelona’), y Javier Bardem ('No es país para viejos’).

La Academia del cine español entrega los Premios Goya a los mejores profesionales de cada una de las especialidades técnicas y creativas. Dani Rovira ha sido de los primeros en llegar a la alfombra roja, con un traje de Roberto Verino realizado especialmente para esta entrega de premios, que hoy cumplen 30 años.

Penélope Cruz y Javier Bardem posaron juntos para deleite de todos nosotros. Guapísimos.

Úrsula Corberó con vestido de Teresa Helbig en los Premios Goya 2016
Úrsula Corberó lució un vestido de terciopelo de Teresa Helbig con una abertura que le permitió lucir pierna a lo Angelina Jolie.

Úrsula Corberó, una mirada magnética en los premios Goya
El semi recogido que enmarcaba un maquillaje muy pronunciado, centrado en los ojos ahumados en tonos burdeos.

Penélope Cruz con vestido de Versace en los Premios Goya 2016
La actriz lució hombros con un diseño de Versace negro con aplicaciones y un moño alto.

Silvia Abascal con vestido de Elie Saab en los Premios Goya 2016
Como un princesa. Silvia Abascal lució hasta vestido de cola en color crema, firmado por Elie Saab.

Juana Acosta con vestido de Basldúa en los Premios Goya 2016
Una de las más elegantes. Juana Acosta fue de las pocas actrices que eligió vestido negro (de Basaldúa) pero estaba sencillamente elegante.

María Adánez con vestido de Uel Camilo en los Premios Goya 2016
¿Quién teme a la superstición? La actriz María Adánez, desde luego, no. Su vestido, de escote prominente, lo firmaba Uel Camilo.

Clara Lago con vestido de Georges Chakra en los Premios Goya 2016
Clara Lago también lució pierna: su vestido lo firmaba Georges Chakra.

Paz Vega con vestido de Calvin Klein en los Premios Goya 2016
Paz Vega, con su ya habitual 'pixie’, y un vestido blanco con el que lució hombros. Lo firmaba Calvin Klein.

Marta Hazas con vestido de Carolina Herrera en los Premios Goya 2016
Guapísima y sencilla. Marta Hazas eligió un vestido en azul pastel de Carolina Herrera.

Manuela Vellés con vestido de Cortana en los Premios Goya 2016
Manuela Vellés, con vestido amarillo de Cortana.

Macarena Gómez con vestido de Teresa Helbig y su marido Aldo Comas en los Premios Goya 2016
Siempre divertidos: Macarena Gómez eligió a una de sus diseñadoras fetiche, Teresa Helbig, y su marido, Aldo Comas repitió estola (como el año pasado).

Cristina Brondo con vestido de Hannibal Laguna en los Premios Goya 2016
Cristina Brondo eligió un vestido 'nude’ al estilo diosa griega de Hannibal Laguna.

Ana Álvarez con vestido de Lorenzo Caprile en los Premios Goya 2016
De líneas rectas y sencillas. Así era el diseño de Lorenzo Caprile que lució Ana Álvarez.

Marc Clotet en los Premios Goya 2016
El actor era de los primeros en llegar a la alfombra roja. Se atrevió con pajarita (y no fue el único).

Goya Toledo con vestido de Carolina Herrera en los Premios Goya 2016
Goya Toledo lució un diseño estampado con flores de Carolina Herrera.

Ana Arias con vestido de Cristina Piña en los Premios Goya 2016
La actriz de “Cuéntame” eligió un vestido de la diseñadora Cristina Piña.

Elena Ballesteros en los Premios Goya 2016, de Stella Mccartney
Elena Ballesteros eligió a Stella Mccartney para los  Premios Goya 2016.

Nieves Álvarez con vestido de Georges Chakra en los Premios Goya 2016

Maria Botto en los Premios Goya 2016

Leticia Dolera con vestido de Dolores Promesas en los Premios Goya 2016

Detalle del vestido de Dolores Promesas de Leticia Dolera en los Premios Goya 2016

Bárbara Lennie con vestido de Jorge Acuña en los Premios Goya 2016

Aura Garrido con vestido de Pronovias en los Premios Goya 2016

Isabel Preysler con vestido de Naeem Khan y Mario Vargas Llosa en los Premios Goya 2016

Miguel Ángel Muñoz, de Dolce & Gabbana en los Premios Goya 2016
Negro pero con brocados. Así era el atrevido diseño de Dolce & Gabbana de Miguel Ángel Muñoz.

Belén Rueda con un vestido blanco bordado en los Premios Goya
Belén Rueda con un vestido blanco bordado en los Premios Goya 2016.

Belen Rueda en los Premios Goya 2016
Belen Rueda, con un vestido bordado, en los Premios Goya 2016.

Marta Nieto en los Premios Goya 2016

Javier Rey en los Premios Goya 2016
Javier Rey, con pajita XXL, en los Premios Goya 2016.

Jesús Castro en los Premios Goya 2016

Verónica Echegui con vestido de Emilio de la Morena en los Premios Goya 2016

Miriam Díaz Aroca en los Premios Goya 2016

Cuca Escribano en los Premios Goya 2016

Dani Rovira en la alfombra roja de los Premios Goya 2016, de Roberto Verino
Dani Rovira, con traje de Roberto Verino, en la alfombra roja de los Premios Goya 2016.

La chaqueta de Dani Rovira en los Premios Goya 2016

Candela Serrat en los Premios Goya 2016
Candela Serrat, hija de Joan Manel Serrat, en los Premios Goya 2016

Gines Garcia Millan en los Premios Goya 2016
Gines Garcia Millan, muy elegante, en los Premios Goya 2016.

Diego Martín en los Premios Goya 2016

Cecilia Freire con vestido de Ana Locking en los Premios Goya 2016

Nathalie Poza en los Premios Goya 2016

Vanesa Martín en los Premios Goya 2016 con vestido de LK Benett en los Premios Goya 2016

Daniel Guzmán y Antonia Guzmán en los Premios Goya 2016

Juan Antonio Bayona con traje de Pedro del Hierro en los Premios Goya 2016

Yolanda Ramos en los Premios Goya 2016

Elvira Mínguez en los Premios Goya 2016

Mariam Bachir en los Premios Goya 2016

Pedro Casablanc en los Premios Goya 2016

Anna Castillo en los Premios Goya 2016

Ana Fernández de Ulises Mérida en los Premios Goya 2016

Amaia Salamanca con vestido de Pronovias en los Premios Goya 2016

Icíar Bollaín en los Premios Goya 2016

María León con vestido de Leandro Cano en los Premios Goya 2016
La actriz María León, con un original diseño con manga larga y estampado del también sevillano Leandro Cano.

Mabel Lozano y Eduardo Campoy en los Premios Goya 2016

Alaska con vestido de Little Joe en los Premios Goya 2016

Luis Tosar y Malu Mayol con vestido de Dolores Promesas en los Premios Goya 2016

Asier Etxeandía en los Premios Goya 2016

Nerea Barros con vestido de Stella McCartney en los Premios Goya 2016

Inma Cuesta de Teresa Helbig en los Premios Goya 2016

Sara Vega en los Premios Goya 2016

Hugo Silva con traje de Paco Varela en los Premios Goya 2016

Natalia de Molina con vestido de George Obeika en los Premios Goya 2016

Ruth Gabriel con vestido de Rubén Hernández en los Premios Goya 2016

Isabel Coixet en los Premios Goya 2016

Jordania Ariosa en los Premios Goya 2016

Antonio de la Torre en los Premios Goya 2016

Manuel Burque en los Premios Goya 2016

Verónica Sánchez en los Premios Goya 2016

Pilar Bardem en los Premios Goya 2016

Pepón Nieto en los Premios Goya 2016

Javier Bardem y Penélope Cruz en los Premios Goya 2016

Javier Cuesta en los Premios Goya 2016

Rosario Flores en los Premios Goya 2016

Nora Navas en los Premios Goya 2016

Carmen Machi en los Premios Goya 2016

Victoria Abril en los Premios Goya 2016
Victoria Abril, muy original, en los Premios Goya 2016.

Paula Ortiz en los Premios Goya 2016

Cayetana Guillén Cuervo con vestido de Lorenzo Caprile en los Premios Goya 2016

El original look de Victoria Abril en los Premios Goya 2016
Victoria Abril nunca pasa desapercibida, mucho menos en los Premios Goya 2016.

Tim Robbins en los Premios Goya 2016

Alex García en los Premios Goya 2016

Marián Álvarez en los Premios Goya 2016

Óscar Jaenada con 'look’ de Roberto Etxeberría en los Premios Goya 2016

Victoria Abril, de negro y con permanente, en los Premios Goya 2016
Victoria Abril, muy origina y de negro y con permanente, en los Premios Goya 2016.

Pablo Iglesias con smoking junto a Pedro Sánchez en los Premios Goya 2016
Pablo Iglesias, como nunca antes lo habíamos visto, con smoking, junto a Pedro Sánchez en los Premios Goya 2016.

Alberto Garzón en los Premios Goya 2016

Juliette Binoche con vestido de Loewe en los Premios Goya 2016

Unax Ugalde en los Premios Goya 2016

Pablo Alborán en los Premios Goya 2016
Pablo Alborán ha levantado muchos vítores a su llegada a los Premios Goya 2016.

Emma y Adriana Ozores en los Premios Goya 2016

Belen Lopez en los Premios Goya 2016
Belen Lopez en los Premios Goya 2016.

Iraia Elias en los Premios Goya 2016

Ricardo Darín en los Premios Goya 2016

Cristina Cifuentes en los Premios Goya 2016

La Academia del cine español entrega los Premios Goya a los mejores profesionales de cada una de las especialidades técnicas y creativas.

Dani Rovira ha sido de los primeros en llegar a la alfombra roja, con un traje de Roberto Verino realizado especialmente para esta entrega de premios, que hoy cumplen 30 años.

- La actriz Úrsula Corberó acaparó todos los flashes con un traje de terciopelo borgoña de Teresa Helbig, con una gran abertura lateral. 

- Nieves Álvarez, la más elegante

- El vestido de Leticia Dolera, al detalle

- Úrsula Corberó, la más sexy

¿Lo mejor de los #Goya2016? El divertido Instagram de la Academia del cine

Aunque la ceremonia de la 30 edición de los Goya resultó soporífera y mucho más aburrida que las últimas (Dani Rovira definitivamente ha dejado de hacer gracia), la Academia de las artes y las ciencias cinematográficas de España hizo dos cosas bien: reconocer a ‘Truman’ como la mejor película de 2015 (sus ‘protas’ también se llevaron el Goya), y compartir en su cuenta de Instagram los posados más divertidos de los famosos que acudieron a la fiesta del cine español. Y es que las fotos de José Haro no tienen desperdicio, como podrás comprobar a continuación. ¿Te las vas a perder? (Fotos: Instagram / @academiadecine).

Paz Vega

Hugo Silva

Antonio Resines

Javier Gutiérrez

Irene Escolar

Javier Cámara

Belén Rueda

Jan Cornet y Daniel Grao

Berto Romero

Óscar Jaenada

Lucas Vidal

Antonio de la Torre

Dani Rovira

Verónica Echegui

Alfonso Bassave y Amaia Salamanca

Bárbara Lennie

Natalia de Molina

Pablo Alborán

Silvia Abascal

Mariano Ozores con sus sobrinas, Adriana y Emma

Úrsula Corberó 

Elvira Lindo y Mario Vargas Llosa

Javier Bardem

Clara Lago

María León

Ricardo Darín

Miriam Díaz-Aroca

Daniel Guzman

Juan Diego Botto y Nerea Barros

Cecilia Freire

Aura Garrido y Marta Hazas

Diego Martín y Goya Toledo

Carmen Machi

Fernando Guillén Cuervo y Verónica Sánchez

Unax Ugalde y Cayetana Guillén Cuervo

Miguel Herrán

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16 Crazy Actor Weight Loss Transformations

Recently, we showcased the actors who piled on pounds for film roles, but now it’s time to go the other way and look at the actors who dramatically slimmed down. Undoubtedly the harder discipline of the two, some actors took the challenge to crazy extremes as this gallery explains.

Chris Hemsworth – ‘In The Heart Of The Sea’

We’re more used to seeing the Aussie star with the physique of a Norse god playing Thor in the Marvel movies, but he dramatically slimmed down to play a sailor lost at sea by eating just 500 calories a day.

Chris Pratt – ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

The ‘Parks and Rec’ star said it took “three or four hours a day of just consistent, ass-kicking hard work” to shed 60lbs of weight in preparation for playing Star Lord. He’d previously slimmed down to play a soldier in ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ but piled it back on for Vince Vaughn comedy ‘Delivery Man’.

Christian Bale – ‘The Machinist’/ ‘Rescue Dawn’ / ‘The Fighter’

Bale’s ability to transform his body for movie roles is legendary. His size has yo-yoed dramatically over the years, but none more so that for ‘The Machinist’. He dropped 60lbs (over 4 stone) and was positively skeletal for the pyschological thriller.

Colin Farrell – ‘Triage’

The Irish star dropped 40lbs (nearly 3 stone) to play a war-scarred photographer in this little-seen drama. “"I have an addictive personality and you can get addicted to anything, even discomfort,” Farrell told Access Hollywood. “And I’m also very competitive with myself.”

Fifty Cent – ‘Things Fall Apart’

People were shocked when rapper-turned-actor Fifty Cent shared this gaunt-looking snap on social media. He’d lost 4 stone in 9 weeks using a strict liquid diet and grueling gym sessions to play a cancer sufferer in a film that didn’t get a wide release.

Jake Gyllenhaal – ‘Nightcrawler’

The ‘Donnie Darko’ star thought the oddball freelance journalist who was hungry for success, should look hungry for real so dropped 30 lbs through a calorie-restricted diet. “He’d have a bowl of luxury chewing (gum) and they were, like, really elaborately flavored, to trick his brain into thinking he was having a meal,“ his co-star Riz Ahmed said.

Jonah Hill – ’21 Jump Street’

The ‘Superbad’ comic slimmed down to play an undercover cop in the smash hit comedy with help from a nutrionist. "I just had a moment in my life where I said I wanted to become a man. And that means with my career that with my life, that means with my health.”

Liam Neeson – ‘Silence’

People feared for the 63-year-old actor’s health when he was papped looking like a shadow of his former burly self in New York, but it was all for a role in Martin Scorsese’s upcoming ‘Silence’ in which the ‘Taken’ star plays a tortured Jesuit missionary in 17th century Japan.

Mark Wahlberg – ‘The Gambler’

The usually-buff star dropped 60lbs through a liquid diet that left his lips blue on set. “No energy, no nutrition, and the studio, there was a complaint about that, that my lips were always looking blue,” Wahlberg said. “What the f—k do you want me to do? I haven’t eaten anything!”

Matt Damon – ‘Courage Under Fire’

Damon was only required to look like a gaunt heroin addict for two days of shooting on Ed Zwick’s Gulf War drama, but he took no short cuts. He shed 50 lbs through running and a strict diet, but had to go on medication afterwards to repair damage to his adrenal gland.

Matthew Fox – ‘Alex Cross’

‘Lost’ star Fox stripped over 3 stone in body fat to play an insanely ripped former Special Forces psycho. “I was only eating chicken breasts, steamed broccoli and protein shakes made with water,” he said, “That was brutal.”

Matthew McConaughey – ‘Dallas Buyers Club’

A diet of Diet Coke, egg whites and a piece of chicken a day helped the former romcom star slim down to 9.5 stone, although it had a detrimental affect on his health. “As soon as I hit 143lb [10 stone 3lb],” he said, “I started losing my eyesight.” He won an Oscar for his troubles.

Michael Fassbender – ‘Hunger’

Fassbender dropped 16kgs (2 and half stone) from his already slender frame to play hunger striking IRA man Bobby Sands in Steve McQueen’s acclaimed drama. He did in 10 weeks over Christmas and New Year in LA taking long walks, doing a Jerry Hall yoga DVD, and eating a tin of sardines a night.

Natalie Portman – ‘Black Swan’

In order to play a tortured ballet professional, Portman committed to a grueling training regime that involved 8 hours of dance rehearsals a day while basically eating just carrots and almonds, to lose 20lbs. “There were some nights that I thought I literally was going to die,” she admitted.

Seth Rogen – ‘The Green Hornet’

The Canadian actor is better known for playing loveable, slightly overweight slackers, but for his big superhero movie he dropped 30lbs with help from a personal trainer and something called the ‘5 Factor Diet’.

Tom Hanks – ‘Cast Away’

Hanks gained 50lbs for the first part of Robert Zemeckis’ desert island movie, then while the crew took a year off to make ‘What Lies Beneath’, the ‘Forrest Gump’ star dieted hard, cutting out sugar completely and working out for 2 hours a day. He lost 55lbs in total.

Sorry, Priyanka Chopra isn’t the first Indian to present an Oscar

Indians have a special reason to look forward to the Oscars this year. Our own Priyanka Chopra will be among the presenters at the 88th Academy Awards to be held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on 28th February. Compliments are pouring in for the actress, who is currently in Montreal, Canada, shooting for Quantico.

Many of us are under the impression that Priyanka is the first Indian actress to be endowed with such an honour, but Persis Khambatta of Star Trek fame did India proud at the Oscars long back, even before Priyanka was born. Khambatta presented two awards in 1980, along with actor William Shatner; she looked stunning in a black slitted gown and a matching high feather cape.

Like Priyanka, Khambatta also was a beauty queen turned actress, except that her domain wasn’t Bollywood.

Khambatta won the Femina Miss India title in 1965, at the age of 17. Soon, she tried her luck in Hindi films, but failed to find her feet in Bollywood, where she had to be satisfied with minor roles. Star Trek happened several years later, and that was a real game changer for the svelte beauty. The character of bald Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek:The Motion Picture (1979) catapulted her to fame.

Once, in a interview with Shekhar Suman, Khambatta said that she felt Bollywood didn’t accept her as an actress for she had been offered only negative roles owing to her bold looks, which wasn’t congruent with the Indian perspective of a heroine back then.

In 1997, a year before her death, Khambatta published a coffee table book titled ‘Pride of India’ – inspired by the title conferred to her by Late prime minister Indira Gandhi. Khambatta died in 1998 at the age of 49, following a cardiac arrest.

Image credit: Twitter, AFP.

Former Miss India turned actress Persis Khambatta, who is known for her role as Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek, presented two awards at the 1980 Academy Awards, along with actor William Shatner.

Former Miss India turned actress Persis Khambatta, who is known for her role as Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek, presented two awards at the 1980 Academy Awards, along with actor William Shatner.

Former Miss India turned actress Persis Khambatta, who is known for her role as Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek, presented two awards at the 1980 Academy Awards, along with actor William Shatner.

Former Miss India turned actress Persis Khambatta, who is known for her role as Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek, presented two awards at the 1980 Academy Awards, along with actor William Shatner.

Former Miss India turned actress Persis Khambatta, who is known for her role as Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek, presented two awards at the 1980 Academy Awards, along with actor William Shatner.

Former Miss India turned actress Persis Khambatta, who is known for her role as Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek, presented two awards at the 1980 Academy Awards, along with actor William Shatner.

Former Miss India turned actress Persis Khambatta, who is known for her role as Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek, presented two awards at the 1980 Academy Awards, along with actor William Shatner.

Former Miss India turned actress Persis Khambatta, who is known for her role as Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek, presented two awards at the 1980 Academy Awards, along with actor William Shatner.

Los dibujos increíbles de un artista que nació sin brazos

Se llama Mariusz Kedzierski, tiene 23 años y nació en Polonia. Le gusta dibujar, una afición que comparte con millones de personas en el mundo, pero hay algo que hace que las obras de este joven polaco sean especiales: Mariusz nació sin brazos, pero aún así es capaz de crear unos increíbles dibujos realistas, fundamentalmente retratos.

Se ha dedicado al arte los últimos 7 años y ha pintado unos 700 dibujos en los que ha empleado más de 15.000 horas. Además ha participado en exposiciones en sitios tan distintos como Cracovia, Viena, Oxford o Breslavia. Mariusz pretende mostrar que no existen los límites y que con dedicación se pueden cumplir todos los objetivos en la vida.

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Stars on the NAACP Image Awards Red Carpet Made More Than Just Fashion Statements

Just because the #OscarsSoWhite doesn’t mean the entertainment industry isn’t diverse. At the NAACP Image Awards on Friday night, it was clear that in movies and television, from Creed and Straight Outta Compton to Empire and Scandal, people of color hold some of the most interesting and engaging roles in Hollywood. To celebrate this fact, plenty of stars showed up, including Tracee Ellis Ross in Stella McCartney, Bryshere y. Gray wearing a teal blazer, Gabourey Sidibe in a sparkly black dress, Michael B. Jordan in a classic black tuxedo, and more. 

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Will Smith with wife Jada Pinkett Smith in a teal gown at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

While Jada Pinkett Smith recently spoke out that she wouldn’t be attending the Academy Awards due to the lack of diversity in the nominees, she made a point not to miss the NAACP Image Awards. Waring a teal strapless gown with a leaf-like motif, she walked the red carpet with her husband, Will Smith, in a coordinating green tuxedo with stripes, who was nominated for his role in Concussion for outstanding actor in a motion picture trophy alongside Abraham Attah, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael B. Jordan, and Michael Ealy.

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Kerry Washington in a black and white gown on the red carpet prior to being honored with the cast of “Scandal” at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Gabrielle Union in a black gown with a tulle trumpet train at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Laverne Cox in a blush pink one-shoulder gown with sequins in a zebra striped pattern at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Shonda Rhimes in a blue and green flora abstract gown at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Taraji P. Henson in a tan wrap dress with metallic embellishment on the side at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Yara Shahidi in a blue strapless gown with a painting-like pattern at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Another member of the “Scandal” family Darby Stanchfield poses on the red carpet at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Viola Davis in a white column gown with embroidered detailing on the red carpet with Shondaland co-star Kerry Washington at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Lee Daniels in a tuxedo and sunglasses at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Jurnee Smollett-Bell in a pastel burgundy gown at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Gugu Mbatha-Raw in a bright orange dress with bodice cutouts at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Keke Palmer in a violet bustier dress with a black lace choker at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Chrissy Teigen in a long-sleeved black gown with her husband John Legend in a blue suit at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Nate Parker in an all black ensemble at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Jussee Smollett wearing a cornflower blue tie with a black jacket at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Gabourey Sidibe in a black gown at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Tika Sumpter in a pink and green lace gown at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Sanaa Lathan in a red dress with an embellished neckline at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Bryshere Y. Gray wearing a teal tuxedo jacket with tinted aviator sunglasses on the red carpet at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Cree Summer in a baby blue suit with metallic sliver booties, a black wide-brimmed hat, and her hair styled in braided pigtails at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Naturi Naughton in a black lace dress with a low neckline and long train at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Alfred Enoch of “How to Get Away With Murder” and “Harry Potter” fame in a black tuxedo at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Father-son power duo O’Shea Jackson Jr. with O’She Jackson Sr. (otherwise known as Ice Cube) at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Michael B. Jordan in a perfectly tailored tux at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Monique Coleman, former “High School Musical” star, in a very adult black dress at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Anthony Anderson in a maroon tuxedo jacket with black lapels and a bowtie at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Actress Aujanue Ellis makes a political statement with her cream dress with “Take It Down Mississippi” and a red handprint on it at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Serayah in a black dress with a chest cutout at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. 

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Guillermo Díaz of “Scandal” fame in a floral tie and patterned blazer at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Tracee Ellis Ross in a sexy Stella McCartney dress at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Author Anita Hawkins in a black and white ensemble reminiscent of a David Bowie look at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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Director Nzingha Stewart in a pink and yellow tribal patterned gown at the 47th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

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‘Carol’ y otras 11 películas lésbicas que no te puedes perder

Aunque el cine produce muy pocas películas sobre las relaciones entre personas del mismo sexo (y a veces aborda este tema como si fuera algo especial en lugar de natural), lo cierto es que aún así se han estrenado auténticas joyas que deberían ver todos los que creen realmente en el amor. En este sentido, y aprovechando el estreno de ‘Carol’ (5 de febrero), hemos recopilado las mejores cintas lésbicas para disfrutar durante un fin de semana de sofá y mantita. ¡Toma nota! 

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‘Carol’ (5 de febrero), la película nominada a 6 Oscars que dirige Todd Haynes (‘Mildred Pierce’, 2011), nos cuenta la historia de dos mujeres muy diferentes que viven en el Nueva York de los años 50. Por un lado está Teresa (Rooney Mara), una joven dependienta que sueña con una vida mejor cuando conoce a Carol (Cate Blanchett), una mujer que lo tiene todo menos el verdadero amor. La cinta está basada en la novela de Patricia Highsmith (’El talento de Mr. Ripley’). (Foto: Vértigo Films / Film4 / Killer Films / Number 9 Films).

Si hablamos de películas que narran el amor entre dos mujeres, 'La vida de Adèle’ ('La vie d'Adèle’, 2013) no podía faltar en esta selección. No solo porque se llevó la Palma de Oro en el Festival de Cannes, sino también por la gran química que desprenden sus protagonistas (Léa Seydoux saltó al estrellato gracias a este papel). “Pocas veces antes el cine reciente se ha rodado de forma tan frontal, tierna y precisa el sexo, el sexo lésbico (…). "La primera secuencia entre sábanas, que dura más de 10 minutos, es una de las más hermosas de la historia del cine”, escribieron algunos de los mejores críticos españoles. ¿Sabías que la cinta estaba basada en una novela gráfica? (Foto: Wild Bunch / Quat'sous Films / France 2 Cinema / Scope Pictures / Vértigo Films).

De Francia nos vamos a Suecia para recomendarte otro clásico del cine lésbico teen: ‘Fucking Åmål’ (1998). Si ser una adolescente puede resultar complicado en el instituto, imagínate si encima te enamoras de la chica más popular. Agnes (Rebecka Liljeberg) y Elin (Alexandra Dahlström) son las protagonistas de esta bonita historia lésbica que transcurre en un pueblo sueco. (Foto: Memfis Films / Zentropa Productions / Film I Väst / SVT Drama Göteborg).

Y es que los nórdicos no tienen ningún problema en producir películas sobre el amor entre dos personas del mismo sexo, como pudimos comprobar también en su deliciosa ‘With Every Hearbeat’ (’Kyss mig’, 2011). Cuenta la historia de Mia (Ruth Vega Fernández) y Frida (Liv mjones), dos treintañeras que se conocen en la fiesta de compromiso del padre de Mia (curiosamente se va a casar con la madre de Frida). (Foto: Film Fyn / Film i Skåne / Filmgear). 

Si te gustan las comedias románticas al estilo ‘La boda de mi mejor amigo’ (’My Best Friend’s Wedding’, 1997), 'Rosas Rojas’ ('Imagine Me & You’, 2005) te encantará. La protagonista es Rachel (Piper Perabo), una novia que se enamora de la chica encargada de las flores de su boda. ¿Dejará a su novio plantado en el altar por ella? Esa es la cuestión. (Foto: Cougar Films / X-Filme Production).

Irreconocible y lesbiana, así vimos a Charlize Theron en ‘Monster’ (2003), un drama basado en hechos reales que aún sigue siendo el mejor trabajo de su carrera. Cuando veas la película, comprenderás por qué le dieron el Oscar. ¡Es imprescindible en esta lista! (Foto: Newmarket Films / Media 8 Entertainment / DEJ Productions).

En los 60 también se estrenaban películas sobre lesbianas, aunque obviamente no se veían escenas tan explícitas como las de 'La vida de Adèle’ ('La vie d'Adèle’, 2013). El mejor ejemplo de esa época es, sin duda, 'La gata negra’ (’Walk on the Wild Side’, 1962), que cuenta la historia de un hombre que encuentra a su amada en un burdel convertida en amante de una madame lesbiana. ¡Casi nada! (Foto: Columbia Pictures).

‘Los chicos están bien’ (’The Kids Are All Right’, 2010), por el contrario, nos presenta a una pareja de lesbianas (Annette Benning y Julianne Moore), cuyos dos hijos adolescentes deciden encontrar a su padre biológico. (Foto: Focus Features / 10th Hole Productions / Antidote Films / Artist International Management).

‘I Can’t Think Straight’ (2008), es decir ‘No puedo ser heterosexual’, así se titula este drama británico que cuenta la historia de amor entre una palestina y una joven británica de origen indio. La primera está preparando su boda cuando el destino irrumpe en su vida con un plan muy distinto. (Foto: Regent Releasing / Enlightenment Films).

En un hotel del centro de Roma se conocen una rusa y una española (personajes interpretados por Natasha Yarovenko y Elena Anaya, respectivamente). Un encuentro que será muy breve, pero intenso porque al día siguiente, Alba volverá a España y Natasha a Rusia. Ese es el argumento de ‘Habitación en Roma’ ('Room in Rome’, 2010), la película con la que Julio Medem experimentó con el cine lésbico. (Foto: Morena Films / Alicia Produce).

‘Lianna’ (1983) aún sigue siendo considerada por muchos expertos como la mejor película que representa el modelo serio de lesbianismo. Una pequeña joya de 110 minutos que nos cuenta la historia de una mujer casada que se enamora de su profesora. (Foto: Winwood Productions).

Terminamos nuestro repaso con 'Cuando cae la noche’ (’When Night is Falling’, 1995), un drama canadiense sobre una conservadora profesora de teología (está comprometida también con un teólogo) que se ve atraída por una mujer que trabaja en un circo. (Foto: Amanda Films / Crucial Pictures).

An Ode to the Amazing Female Characters Created by the Coen Brothers

Over the course of their 32 year tenure, screenwriter/director Joel Coen, and his producer/writer brother, Ethan, have created some of the most memorable female characters in film history. Strong, beautiful, and defiant they are often the backbone of the siblings’ dramatic period pieces and comedic capers. In honor of their latest cinematic release, Hail, Caesar!, out this weekend, we take a look back at the women who have shaped their films — and our lives. 

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Holly Hunter in Raising Arizona, 1987

The seminal Coen brothers film stars Holly Hunter as an ex-cop who hooks up with an ex-con (Nicholas Cage). The duo happily live in squalor until their baby-making missives fail. After kidnapping a baby (one of a quintuplet), mayhem ensues, but Hunter never fails to delight. 

Marcia Gay Harden in Miller’s Crossing, 1990

A glamorous minx, Marcia Gay Harden is bedding two rival gangsters. Bringing her own brand of moxie to the role — has an impeccable 1920s era wardrobe, carries a gun, and is not afraid to fight — she manages to play both Tom Reagan (Gabriel Byrne) and Leo (Albert Finney) to aplomb. 

Judy Davis in Barton Fink, 1991 

The legendary actress plays a scarlet-lipped secretary in this dark comedy that is centered around 1940s Hollywood. Buttoned up, brooding, and strong, her character, Audrey Taylor, suffers an unfortunate fate that is a turning point in the film. 

Jennifer Jason Leigh in The Hudsucker Proxy, 1994 

As a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter set in the 1930s, Jennifer Jason Leigh plays Amy Archer —  a fast-talking, no-nonsense newshound delivered with a Katherine Hepburn lilt. Bold and brassy, she not only holds her own among the primarily all-male cast, but also manages to emerge as force to be reckoned with. 

Frances McDormand in Fargo, 1996 

Joel Cohen’s wife, Frances McDormand, is a spectacular comedic foil as the determined (and heavily pregnant) Sheriff Marge Gunderson investigating a murder case in this bizarro comedy. Though it was the role that essentially put McDormand on the map, the character was not reprised for the current FX series. 

Julianne Moore in The Big Lebowski, 1998 

Who can forget Julianne Moore’s introduction in The Big Lebowski? Nude and slingshotted across the screen screaming like a banshee while throwing paint at a canvas for a work that she calls “vaginal,” it is a very memorable entrance indeed. As it turns out the progressive feminist was based on real life artist Carolee Schneemann. 

Holly Hunter in O Brother, Where Art Thou?, 2000

The actress reunited with the Coen brothers for this creative retelling of Homer’s epic poem, Odyssey, set in the Depression-era south. George Clooney plays a prison escapee and Hunter is his spitfire wife who is also a mother to their seven daughters. Though her character only has a supporting role, it’s no less poignant when delivered in her snappy Southern twang.  

Kelly MacDonald in No Country For Old Men, 2007 

The Irish actress transformed herself into a Midwestern housewife whose brutish husband (played by Josh Brolin) finds himself in an untenable situation with a terrifying killer with a ‘70s shag haircut (Javier Bardem). The film took home the Oscar for “Best Picture” in 2008, due in part to MacDonald’s meek and lovely Carla Jean. “She’s the heart of the film, if it wasn’t for her it would be a grim couple of hours to spend in the cinema,” said the actress. 

Tilda Swinton in Burn After Reading, 2008 

With her twin sets, skirt suits, rigid demeanor, and flawless bob haircut, Swinton perfected Katie Cox, the old money wasp who was very disappointed about the way her life turned out. “She’s just surrounded by bundling fools, but she’s very efficient, very pissed off, and hasn’t got any time to lose,” Swinton has said of the role. 

Hailee Steinfeld in True Grit, 2010 

Steinfeld was one of 15,000 actresses that auditioned for the role of Mattie Ross, in the Coen brothers’ remake of the classic Western, True Grit. As a young daughter seeking to avenge her father’s murder, her performance was so convincing that it earned the 14-year-old an Oscar nomination and also caught the eye of Miuccia Prada, who immediately made the star of the face of Miu Miu’s Fall 2011 campaign. 

Carey Mulligan in Inside Llewyn Davis, 2013

In their ode to New York’s Greenwich Village in the 1960s, the Coen brothers enlisted Carey Mulligan to play Jean, an emerging folk singer who, with her husband, Jim (played by Justin Timberlake), is trying to get a record deal. Mulligan, who is British, actually learned to sing for the role. Her outfits — high turtlenecks, shearling coats — are spot on for the chilled out vibes of the era. 

Scarlett Johansson in Hail, Caesar!, 2016 

The Coen brothers’ most recent release, Hail Caesar!, hits theaters this weekend and has an all-star cast that includes Josh Brolin as a Hollywood “fixer,” George Clooney as a dim-witted actor gone missing, and the sultry Scarlett Johansson as an aquatic star in the spirit of Ethel Williams (but, um, sexier).  

Bobbi Brown’s 20 Best Beauty Tips

As a beauty expert, I’m often asked for advice on everything from plastic surgery to lipstick. After 30 years as a makeup artist, I know what works and what doesn’t when it comes to beauty.  Here are 20 of my all time best beauty tips.

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Beauty from the inside out

Makeup can’t cover up the effects of an unhealthy lifestyle. Making smart choices with food, exercise, and overall wellness are the keys to looking amazing. (Photo: Ben Ritter)

Eat healthy for beautiful skin

Glowing skin is not just about what products you use. What you put in your body affects your skin. Eat more fresh and healthy whole foods, and less processed food, and you will notice a difference. (Photo: Getty)

Layer face oils for glowing skin

Layering cream moisturizers with face oil can counter dry skin. Start with oil and then layer a cream moisturizer or balm on top. If you want really dewy skin pat a little oil high on your cheeks over your blush as a third layer. (Photo: Jon Paterson)

Stay away from injectables

Avoid injectables. They don’t make you look younger, just like you have fillers. What does really work are lasers. They reveal fresher, tighter, more even skin, without changing the way you look. (Photo: Trunk Archive/Wayne Maser)

The secret to covering up a blemish

Don’t use undereye concealer to cover up a blemish. Since concealer should be a shade lighter it will only highlight the pimple. Look for a cover-up stick that is the exact same shade as your skin and set it with powder. (Photo: Jon Paterson)

Hide dark circles

To cover up even the most stubborn dark circles, use a combination of corrector and concealer. Corrector will work to counter discoloration. Concealer will brighten underneath the eyes. (Photo: Trunk Archive)

Make concealer last longer

To make concealer last all day, after applying use a small fluffy brush to sweep a light dusting of powder over. Pale yellow powder works with almost all skin tones and adds brightness. (Photo: Trunk Archive)

Stay away from translucent powder

There is a myth that translucent powder is invisible. It’s not, and can actually look ashy or white, on skin. For most people powder with a yellow-undertone works to help cut redness and add warmth. Choose a shade that matches the color of your skin almost exactly. (Photo: Zoltan Tombor)

Apply foundation only where needed

You don’t need to apply foundation to your whole face. Only apply it where you want to even out your skin. You will look fresher and more natural that way. (Photo: Jon Paterson)

Find your perfect blush

To find the perfect shade of blush, choose one that matches the color your cheek naturally turns when you pinch it. If you have porcelain skin, try a pale pastel pink shade. Medium skin tones look great with go tawnier pink or peach shades. For deeper skin tones, go with plum or cranberry blush. (Photo: Zoltan Tombor)

Use bronzer on your neck

A lot of women have lighter skin on their neck than their face. To fix this, some women try to match their foundation to their neck, but that never works. Instead, dust a little bronzer on your neck to even it all out. (Photo: Jon Paterson)

Layer blush and bronzer 

Layering a pop of blush over bronzer creates a radiant, healthy glow. (photo: Jon Paterson)

A sheer lip always works

If your lipstick color is too intense when applied straight from the tube, try using your fingers to apply. This will make the color softer and more sheer. (Photo: Jon Paterson)

Define your eyes 

As you get older, you need to add more definition to your eyes. Any type of liner will add the definition you need. Really black mascara will instantly make your eyes look more awake. (Photo: Zoltan Tombor)

Double line your eyes

My secret to getting a standout eyes is to use two different eyeliner formulas. Layering powder and gel liner will create an intense, bold line. If you want your liner to look softer and more diffused, then reverse the application, starting with gel liner and put the powder on top. (Photo: Zoltan Tombor)

Layer your mascara

There are many different types of mascara out there — volumizing, plumping, lengthening, long-wear — but you don’t have to choose only one. The key to perfect lashes is layering two different formulas. Apply a couple coats of one formula, let it air out for a minute, and then follow with a few coats of the second formula. (Photo: Getty)

Curl lashes with your finger

To curl your lashes without a tool, put on mascara and immediately use your index finger to gently push your lashes into a soft curl. Hold for a few seconds. Release. Let your lashes dry naturally and the curl will stay in place. (Photo: Getty)

Fill in your brows

Brows tend to fade in color and thickness with age, so filling in your brows with a shade of powder that matches their natural color will provide the perfect frame for your eyes to stand out. (Photo: Trunk Archive)

Use your hands

While brushes are a foolproof way to apply makeup, never underestimate the power of your hands. The warmth of your hands make blending everything from foundation to eye shadow that much easier. (Photo: Jon Paterson)

Cover up your roots

In a pinch, eyeshadow is the perfect fix to hide roots when you are in between appointments. It looks more natural and not waxy like color depositing products. Just go with an eyeshadow that is the same shade as your hair color. (Photo: Jon Paterson)

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