Showing posts with label VANITY FAIR. Show all posts
Showing posts with label VANITY FAIR. Show all posts

Sunday, September 18, 2016

KATHY BATES & JOHN TRAVOLTA AT EMMY BASH

Kathy Bates



John Travolta



John Travolta arrives at the FX and Vanity Fair Pre-Emmy Celebration at Craft Los Angeles on Saturday, September 17, 2016, in Los Angeles, California. Kathy Bates was snapped and she was in fashion and looked great!


Wednesday, September 17, 2014

KATE WALSH ON VANITY FAIR RED CARPET EVENT

Kate Walsh



Kate Walsh was a smash at the NBC And Vanity Fair 2014-2015 TV Season Red Carpet Media Event at HYDE Sunset Kitchen in West Hollywood, California yesterday.


Monday, February 27, 2012

GRAYDON CARTER HOSTS VANITY FAIR OSCARS

Lily Collins


January Jones


Elizabeth Banks


Chris Evans


Robin Thicke And Paula Patton


Donald Sutherland


Leslie Mann And Judd Apatow


Julie Bowen


Patricia Clarkson


Diane Kruger


Victoria Beckham


Martin Scorsese


Anderson Cooper


Elizabeth Olsen


Ben Stiller


Sean Diddy Combs


Minnie Driver


Katie Holmes And Tom Cruise


Emily VanCamp


Zoe Saldana


Jason Statham With Rosie Huntington-Whiteley


Chevy Chase


Li Bingbing


Neil Patrick Harris And David Burtka


Lauren Sanchez


Natalie Portman With Benjamin Millepied


Jonah Hill


Kristen Wiig


Cameron Diaz


Liam Hemsworth And Miley Cyrus


Jennifer Lopez



The stars swarmed to the Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted by Graydon Carter at Sunset Towers in West Hollywood, California last night.


Photos By: RD / Brian Dowling / Retna Digital

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

VANITY FAIR'S 50 GREATEST SOUNDTRACKS

Prince's 'Purple Rain' has been voted the best film soundtrack of all time.The album, which accompanied the 1984 film of the same name in which Prince starred, tops a list of the 50 Greatest Movie Soundtracks compiled by the editors of Vanity Fair magazine.The magazine's bosses said: "The 'Purple Rain' soundtrack is a flawless combination of funk, R'n'B, pop, metal and even psychedelia into a sound that defined the '80s."'Purple Rain' spawned several hit singles, including 'When Doves Cry', 'Let's Go Crazy' and 'I Would Die 4 U', and during the year of its release Prince topped the US film, singles and album charts at the same time.In second place was The Beatles' 'A Hard Day's Night', while the soundtrack to 'The Harder They Come' came in at number three.Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction', British film 'Trainspotting', '70s disco movie 'Saturday Night Fever' and Simon and Garfunkel's 'The Graduate' also featured in the top 10.The magazine's editors said: "'Saturday Night Fever's soundtrack is required listening for anyone looking to heat up the dance floor. The white suit? Not so much."The entire top 50 list will be revealed next month in a one-off Conde Nast publication called Movies Rock which will be sent to the subscribers of its 14 magazine titles.The magazine will feature stories and photographs of the projects, stars, directors and musicians who created the selected movies.A two-hour documentary also called 'Movies Rock' will be aired on CBS in December.
Vanity Fair magazine's Top 10 Greatest Movie Soundtracks:
1. 'Purple Rain'2. 'A Hard Day's Night'3. 'The Harder They Come'4.'Pulp Fiction'5. 'The Graduate'6. 'Superfly'7. 'Trainspotting'8. 'Saturday Night Fever'9. 'American Graffiti'10. 'The Big Chill'