Regina King by Greg Williams
Cover: A Killer in the Woods and a Teen’s Brave Escape
Page 3: Chatter – Demi Lovato on getting engaged to Max Ehrich after four months together, John Legend joking about expecting a third child with his wife Chrissy Teigen, Kelly Clarkson on moving on after filing for divorce in June, Keith Urban on wife Nicole Kidman, Halle Berry on struggling to get roles after her 2002 Oscar win, Jennifer Garner responding to a commenter who’d asked if she was pregnant on Instagram
Page 4: 5 Things We’re Talking About This Week – Golden Girls gets an all-Black reimagining, Rick Moranis makes a comeback for an ad with Ryan Reynolds, Keeping Up with the Kardashians goes kaput, Franzia introduces a boxed-wine backpack
Page 6: Contents
Page 8: StarTracks – Naomi Osaka won the U.S. Open final and sported face masks honoring Black people who have been victims of racial violence
Page 9: Mariah Carey styling daughter Monroe’s hair, Shakira showed off a bikini she designed, Kate Hudson wore a cute cat face mask while she did some shopping at Palisades Village
Page 10: Stars’ Best Friends – Dua Lipa and Anwar Hadid walked their new pup Dexter in West Hollywood, Dennis Quaid was all smiles when he met a rescue pup on the set of Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family, Hugh Jackman strolled through N.Y.C. with his dogs Allegra and Dali, Ryan Reynolds wished his dog a happy birthday, PLEASE ADOPT, DON’T SHOP
Page 11: Tom Brady’s first game for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in New Orleans, Russell Dickerson and wife Kailey welcomes their first child Remington Edward, Bethenny Frankel during a surf lesson in the Hamptons
Page 12: Royals Back Out & About – Camilla Duchess of Cornwall visited the Medical Detection Dogs training center where trials are underway to determine if dogs can detect COVID-19, newlywed Princess Beatrice stepped out for a shopping trip in London as her husband waited in the car nearby, Prince William attended a Police Service of Northern Ireland Wellbeing Volunteer Training course in Belfast
Page 15: Scoop – Katie Holmes’ hot new romance with Emilio Vitolo Jr.
Page 16: When they announced their split The Bachelor’s Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph said they’d remain friends but that is decidedly not the case – Cassie was granted a restraining order against Colton claiming he showed up unannounced outside her Southern California home and placed a tracking device on her car
Page 17: Tyra Banks takes charge on Dancing with the Stars
Page 18: Heart Monitor – Lily Allen and David Harbour just married, Justin and Hailey Bieber happy anniversary, Jacob Elordi and Kaia Gerber new couple
Page 20: Tenet’s John David Washington on fame and family and a bold new movie, Baby Boom – Alec and Hilaria Baldwin, Adam Brody and Leighton Meester
Page 21: Kate Gosselin accuses Jon Gosselin of abuse
Page 22: Passages, Why I Care – after losing her brother to leukemia when they were kids Cindy Crawford is raising awareness about pediatric cancer
Page 23: Diana Rigg 1938-2020
Page 24: Stories to make you smile
Page 27: People Picks – Ratched
Page 28: Micky Guyton – Bridges, Q&A with Chris Messina
Page 29: Blackbird, Unpregnant
Page 30: The Devil All the Time, Long Way Up
Page 31: Antebellum
Page 32: Books
Page 34: Cover Story – Terror in the Woods – Jack Gershman and his dad Ari were off-roading in a California forest when they stopped to get their bearings and a stranger opened fire – Ari was murdered and Jack escaped into the wilderness running for his life
Page 40: Willie Nelson and his sister Bobbie Nelson – she’s still my closest friend – in a new book the country star and his sibling and longtime musical collaborator look back on their tragedies and triumphs
Page 45: Regina King – all hail the king! – the winner of 3 Emmys and an Oscar just directed her first film and is loving every minute of being on top
Page 48: Tragedy on the West Coast – it’s like the end of the world – unprecedented wildfires in California and Oregon and Washington turn millions of acres into ash forcing thousands to flee and choking the region with toxic smoke
Page 52: Pauly Shore – still crazy after all these years – the ‘90s comedy star survived a career implosion and coped with private grief and now at 52 he’s ready to be his goofy self again
Page 56: Lady Gaga and her mom Cynthia Germanotta – how we healed our relationship – the star and her mother’s new book Channel Kindness was inspired by their own journey from trauma to understanding
Page 58: Gabourey Sidibe – you’re lucky to have me – the actress is feeling some serious swagger these days with a new movie and a live-in love and a blessed career turn
Page 60: The Home Edit founders Joanna Teplin and Clea Shearer – building an empire organizing stars’ stuff – two Nashville moms had the idea that getting rid of clutter could be fun and pretty and now they’re celebrity gurus and TV stars
Page 65: The It Gets Better Project: 10 Years Later – I learned how to really live – as a closeted LGBTQ teen Lark Doolan contemplated taking his own life and now as an openly trans man he reflects on the video series that helped him find hope
Page 68: Kim Cattrall – finding joy in letting go – the former Sex and the City star is back on TV with a hot new show and ready to move on from the past
Page 70: Coronavirus in America – back to school – as the pandemic continues to claim lives parents and students and teachers and administrators around the nation share their hopes and fears for this strange new school year
Page 74: Country singer Lauren Alaina – single and stronger than ever – following two painful breakups the country star is embracing independence after healing her heart
Page 76: The Fall family survival guide
Page 81: Melanie Griffith – what my life’s really like – the actress opens up about finding balance and staying friends with her exes and managing all this group texting
Page 82: Style – it’s time to update your underwear drawer
Page 87: Second Look – Evan Rachel Wood and Gina Rodriguez in Kajillionaire
Page 88: One Last Thing – Ziggy Marley – the Grammy winner and dad of seven is releasing a new kids’ album
Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2020: The Best Dressed Celebrities
Adriana Lima in Ralph & Russo wearing Harry Kotlar jewellery
Ciara in Ralph & Russo
Scarlett Johansson in Oscar de la Renta wearing Forevermark
Olivia Wilde in Fendi
Jasmine Tookes in Georges Hobeika and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes
Gal Gadot in Saint Laurent
Regina King in Prada
Stella Maxwell in Alberta Ferretti
Kate Bosworth in Ralph & Russo
What a wonderful news. After great word of mouth from the Venise film festival, Regina King’s directorial debut One Night in Miami is joining the 64th BFI London Film Festival.
On one incredible night in 1964, 4 icons of sports, music and activism gathered to celebrate one of the biggest upsets in boxing history. When underdog Cassius Clay, soon to be called Muhammad Ali (Eli Goree), defeats heavyweight champion Sonny Liston at the Miami Convention Hall, Clay memorialised the event with 3 of his friends: Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr) and Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge).
The UK premiere of Regina King’s highly anticipated directorial debut One Night in Miami will now screen on Sunday 11 October.
The Amazon Original film, which was the first by a black female director to screen at the Venice Film Festival, features an exciting cast fronted by Kingsley Ben-Adir, Eli Goree, Aldis Hodge and Leslie Odom Jr, and is produced by ABKCO Films and Snoot Entertainment. It will be released by Amazon Studios.
Based on Kemp Powers’ award-winning play of the same name, One Night in Miami is a fictional account inspired by the historic night these 4 formidable figures spent together. It looks at the struggles these men faced and the vital role they each played in the civil rights movement and cultural upheaval of the 1960s. More than 40 years later, their conversations on racial injustice, religion, and personal responsibility still resonate.
“I’m thrilled that One Night in Miami will screen as part of this year’s London Film Festival,” says Ben-Adir. “The conversation that takes place between these great men in this movie is as important now as it’s ever been. It’s extra special being at home, in London, celebrating Regina King’s directorial debut and even more poignant that we premiere this film during Black History Month.”
Discover the first clip of One night in Miami below:
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Billy Porter in Ashi Couture
Regina King in Schiaparelli
Dan Levy in Thom Browne
Sandra Oh in Korelimited (black lives are precious is what i believe to be the translation on her jacket)
Jeremy Pope in Louis Vuitton
Cynthia Erivo in Versace
Tracee Ellis Ross in Alexandre Vauthier
Zendaya in Christopher John Rogers
Zendaya in Armani Prive
Congratulations REGINA KING for winning Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie at the 2020 Primetime Emmy Awards!
YESSS, KING!!! CONGRATS! YOU DESERVE ALL OF YOUR FLOWERS!
Still trying to reconcile that there won’t be a 2nd season of “Watchmen” but it doesn’t matter, YOUR IMPACT IS FOREVER!!!
The Virtual #Emmys Red Carpet was Glowing with the Best Dressed Stars
All these gifs for zendaya and white led shows, but none for people like Regina King or Yahya Abdul Mateen, like at the sag awards when hardly anyone giffed about Chadwick Boseman’s speech on diversity?
Chloé Zhao, Regina King, Tracey Deer
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It was Regina King, winning her fourth career Emmy on Sunday, who perhaps summed up the proceedings the most succinctly — and accurately: “This is freaking weird.”
Why, yes, being handed your Emmy inside your home, by a person you didn’t know was coming, with fellow nominees zooming in from their own homes, while host Jimmy Kimmel played to a house of empty seats and cardboard cutouts — well, it WAS weird as heck.
But the “Pandemmys,” as host Kimmel called this strangest of award shows, also worked pretty darned well at times — when Kimmel and Jennifer Aniston weren’t coming close to accidentally burning down the Staples Center with an overly zealous attempt to disinfect a winner’s envelope with real flames (yes, a coronavirus joke).ADVERTISEMENT
Some of key moments of an unforgettably unusual night:
WE’LL HAVE WHAT THEY’RE HAVING
Whatever flames were actually burning onstage, the real fire was happening up in Toronto, where the gathered cast and creators of “Schitt’s Creek” were having an incredible night. The first award of the evening, best actress in a comedy, went to the gifted veteran Catherine O’Hara, and then they kept winning
Yet another heartwarming homemade moment came when Zendaya, at 24, became the youngest winner of best actress in a drama, for playing a troubled teen in “Euphoria.” Surrounded by a large group of cheering family and friends, there was indeed unbridled euphoria in the room. “I know this seems like a really weird time to be celebrating,” Zendaya said. “But I just want to say there is hope in the young people out there. I know our TV show doesn’t always feel like a great example of that.”
There were no fashion rules on a night when some people seemed to be dressed way down and others way up (we saw you, Billy Porter). Both King and Aduba used that freedom to highlight an important moment in the struggle for social justice. “She represents just decades, hundreds of years of violence against Black bodies. Wearing Breonna’s likeness and representing her and her family and the stories that we were exploring, presenting and holding a mirror up to on ‘Watchmen,’ it felt appropriate to represent with Breonna Taylor.” Aduba, wore a black T-shirt with Taylor’s name in gold. Sterling K. Brown gave out the show’s final award for best drama in a Black Lives Matter shirt.
A REFRESHING THANK-YOU
Winners usually thank their spouses, their kids, their parents, and their agents — their therapists, not so much. Which was why it was quite moving to hear Cord Jefferson, who won for writing on “Watchmen,” thank his own therapist, whom he identified only as Ian. “I am a different man than I was two years ago,” he said. “I love you, you have changed my life in many ways.” He added: “Therapy should be free in this country.”
O’HARA, EMBRACING HER AGE
We already mentioned her once here, but she’s so darned good, she gets an item all her own. When O’Hara won her best actress award for “Schitt’s Creek,” she made a reference to how difficult it is for a woman her age — she is 66, as is her character — to get juicy roles like she did on this show. “I will forever be grateful to Eugene and Daniel Levy,” she said, “for the opportunity to play a woman of a certain age, my age, who gets to fully be her ridiculous self.” Her fans are thankful she had six seasons of being fully ridiculous, and look forward to future, uh, ridiculousness. https://dlvr.it/Rh2B4k
so happy about all the Emmys love for Watchmen! Damon Lindelof and Regina King deserve all the awards