GONE BOY : TRANSCENDENCE

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REVIEW - When I was 12, I got stuck in bed with a bad case of the flu for a week during which I watched Sleepy Hollow about three times a day. I’ve never loved a Johnny Depp film that much ever since.

Although I’ve never subscribed to his universal praise, I’ve still recognized him as a major Hollywood figure. Watching Transcendence, I wondered where this charismatic leading man had gone off.

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ULTIMATE MOVIE LIST #18 : BELLA HOWARD, PHOTOGRAPHER

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INTERVIEW - Based in London, Bella Howard is a busy photographer, constantly flying around the world to shoot for Vogue UK, I-D Magazine… to name just a few of her prestigious employers.

Ever since I’ve met Bella 10 years ago in Paris, I’ve seen her as pop culture incarnated with her unique fashion style and perky personnality. I can totally envision her sitting with Shannen Doherty, Rose McGowan and Traci Lords on that bench in Nowhere. Apparently, the fantasy crossed her mind too…

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IN PICTURES : THE CHAMPS-ELYSÉES AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL

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EVENT - From the 11t to the 17th of june, the cinemas of the most famous parisian avenue hosted the latest edition of the Champs-Elysées american film festival where spectators had the opportunity to catch exclusive screenings and to meet their idols.

With my partner in crime Sophie Jarry, we attented many events, including the Keanu Reeves and Jacqueline Bisset (the president this year) masterclasses. You will find after the jump Sophie’s photo coverage.

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THE NAKED AND FAMOUS : GIA COPOLLA’s ‘PALO ALTO’

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REVIEW - Nepotism in Hollywood doesn’t bother me anymore. Not because fighting something that would probably forever exist is useless, but rather because the latest “sons & daughters of” I’ve seen act were pretty good.

In Palo Alto, celebrities’s kids are everywhere, from the director (Gia Coppola) to the leads and small parts (Atlanta DeCadenet). It’s ok though: Emma Roberts and Jack Kilmer give nepotism a good name.

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