Is this for real? Did we just get punk'd by director Harmony Korine? We've been on Spring Breakers countdown ever since we first heard about the movie, which looks like some sort of indie-film prank on Selena-Gomez and Vanessa-Hudgens fans. Not to mention admirers of ringleader-with-a-grill James Franco, who is channeling Riff-Raff's hair and a crazy accent that makes him say stuff like, "'spicious."
The red-band trailer is chock-full of swear words and gunshots, and the girls going really, really wild. The narrative is clear: James Franco's character, Alien, sets all the girls loose, and loose is the way they go. (All, that is, except for Gomez's character who is not-so-subtly named Faith.) Heavy-handed, yes, but also terribly intriguing.
In 2014, Kanye West went from rapper to adjective. He's been A-list for quite some time, but this year we saw a sharp transition in the way people talk about him. Comments went from "Look what Kanye said" to "How Kanye is that?" Now, Kanye is a lifestyle. He's the tortured artist to a point of self-parody. He is larger read
True Detective has a habit of subjecting its stars to follicular makeovers. Matthew McConaughey got a ponytail and a stache. Woody Harrelson got a hairpiece. If Rachel McAdams' recent airport appearance is anything to go by, the season 2 star is getting into character with a choppy, dip-dyed bob.
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