Trying out yet another new hairdo, Lady Gaga showed off some massive blonde dreadlocks as she emerged from her London hotel this morning (December 9).
The always-interesting “Edge of Glory” singer teamed her unusual coif with a vintage gold dress and sky-high black platform shoes as she headed off to her busy day.
Meanwhile, the Mother Monster stepped out of her London hotel last night donning a red romper and a elaborate Christmas tree coif, embellished with an assortment of ornaments.
Gaga recently confessed to Alan Carr that she loves the way marijuana helps her to forget about the pressures of her high-profile life.
“The thing that I fell in love with about it is that I completely forget that I'm famous. I totally forget about it all. I take a puff and I'm me when I was 17 again in my white gogo boots looking for a job and there's something quite creative and liberating about that.”
They’re both pretty unconventional flicks, and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association awarded their Best Film honors to “Her” and “Gravity.”
Over the weekend, the LAFCA announced the winners of this year’s trophies, and “Gravity” also snagged the top spot for Best Director (Alfonso Cuaron), Best Editing (Cuaron and Mark Sanger) and Best Cinematography.
Meanwhile, “Her” nabbed Best Production Design and Cate Blanchett tied for Best Actress (“Blue Jasmine”) with Adele Exarchopoulos (“Blue is the Warmest Color”).
The Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards went to:
Best Picture (tie): Gravity and Her
Best Actor: Bruce Dern, Nebraska
Runner-up: Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years a Slave
Best Actress (tie): Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine; and Adele Exarchopoulos, Blue Is the Warmest Color
Best Supporting Actor (tie): James Franco, Spring Breakers, and Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club
Best Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong'o, 12 Years a Slave
Runner-up: June Squibb, Nebraska
Best Director: Winner: Alfonso Cuaron, Gravity
Runner-up: Spike Jonze, Her
Best Screenplay: Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy & Ethan Hawke, Before Midnight
Runner-up: Spike Jonze, Her
Best Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki, Gravity
Runner-up: Bruno Delbonnel, Inside Llewyn Davis
Best Foreign Film: Blue Is the Warmest Color
Runner-up: The Great Beauty
Best Documentary: Stories We Tell
Runner-up: The Act of Killing
Best Animation: Ernest & Celestine
Runner-up: The Wind Rises
Best Production Design: K.K. Barrett, Her
Runner-up: Jess Gonchor, Inside Llewyn Davis
Best Editing: Alfonso Cuaron and Mark Sanger, Gravity
Runner-up: Shane Carruth and David Lowery, Upstream Color
Best Music Score: T Bone Burnett, Inside Llewyn Davis
Runner-up: Arcade Fire and Owen Pallett, Her
Douglas Edwards Independent/Experimental Film/Video Award: Cabinets Of Wonder: Films and a Performance by Charlotte Pryce
New Generation Prize: Megan Ellison
Legacy of Cinema: The Criterion Collection
Special Citation: The creative team of 12 Years a Slave
With his highly anticipated comedy "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" slated to hit theaters Decemer 18th, Will Ferrell pitched in on promotions by fronting the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine.
Joined by cast mate Paul Rudd and director Adam McKay, the 46-year-old actor shared details about the sequel and revealed his top priority in acting.
Highlights from Ferrell, Rudd and McKay are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Rolling Stone!
On filming "Anchorman 2":
“It really feels like the last one, where we couldn’t believe they’d given us money to do these ridiculous things. This one, it’s all about making everything even more ridiculous.”
On controlling his expectations:
"Anyone in comedy who says they knew something was gonna work is full of s**t. I want to keep making things where, potentially, I do turn off part of the audience. Because the percentage that's going, 'I can't believe this is happening, and I love it' - that's what I gravitate toward."
On taking on the sequel:
"The difference with this one is I'm aware that people are watching us. The first one, no one cared."
On directing "Anchorman 2":
"Comedy is built on surprise. So sequels are hard. We didn't want to repeat ourselves."