"We made a few mistakes back in the early days," said Paltrow, who will explore "alternative ways of healing" in a new Netflix show,
Now it’s time to direct your weary head to Lionheart, a light-hearted comedy and your reintroduction to a whole other, less distressing, world of entertainment. Save for its pleasantly straightforward narrative and lack of psychologically harrowing plot points (our sincerest thank yous), this Netflix original is a big deal. It will feel even stranger to those of us for whom African cinema is already a big presence in the family's entertainment schedule (ie. playing in the background of every aunty and uncle's living room if they were lucky enough to have a Sky subscription), but it marks a step in Netflix's broadening of international and foreign language programming.
This week, celebrities far and wide have thrown their glad rags on for a series of red carpet events.Over at the 2018 Kids Choice Awards, teenage style sensation Millie Bobby Brown demonstrated how to rock double denim this season. But there was meaning behind her Calvin Klein look, as she paid sartorial tribute to victims of the Parkland shooting via the back of her custom-made jacket.While over at the 35th Annual PaleyFest ceremony, fellow Stranger Things couple Natalia Dyer and Charlie Heaton served up major relationship goals in front of the camera.Stars of Riverdale also proved their fashion status on the red carpet at the event, as Cole Sprouse shed his squeaky clean Disney aesthetic in favour of a silky shirt and bomber combo.But with a few days left to go, stay tuned for the best celebrity fashion moments as they happen.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: 37 new-season buys to shop now10 pairs of earrings to jazz up even the most boring outfit10 high street bags to buy before of all your mates
For someone who was only born in 2004, Millie Bobby Brown has strong style game.The ‘Stranger Things’ star shot to fame with the success of the first season of the Netflix show in 2016 and has grown to be a permanent fixture on red carpets and, subsequently, best dressed lists thanks to her model-worthy poses and excellent outfits.It’s not just fashion editors and the general public that rate MBB’s sartorial prowess. She’s been courted by the likes of Coach, Louis Vuitton and is currently the face of Converse.Plus, she’s signed with a modelling agency and appeared in the first campaign for Calvin Klein’s couture line. Pretty impressive, huh?Of course, like the wide majority of A-listers, the 14-year-old actress has a team that helps her look so on point.According to InStyle, she works with stylist Thomas Carter Phillips to find age-appropriate looks that are then run by a long list of adults.Her mum gets first right of refusal, then her agents and finally her dad. “If he doesn’t like it, then I’m not wearing it,” she told the magazine. “It’s as simple as that.”But while the teen wears a plethora of designer garb on the red carpet, off-duty she’s far more comfortable in Topshop and Converse. Our kind of gal.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Millie Bobby Brown makes sartorial show of support for Parkland victims Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Paul McCartney and more celebs attend March for Our LivesMillie Bobby Brown stars with Paris Jackson in new Calvin Klein campaign and fans can’t handle it
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen say that watching Netflix, TV shows, movies and the like helps couples who don’t have solid social groups to “compensate” for it, and makes their relationships stronger as a result. “Our research suggests that watching beloved media together may strengthen relationships when partners lack a shared circle of friends and family members,” the researchers concluded.
[Photo: Netflix] It’s hard not to love Netflix’s latest supernatural series Stranger Things, and even harder not to be in awe of the totally badass character that is Eleven. Played by Millie Bobby Brown, the mysterious girl possesses psychokinetic abilities and one strong buzzcut - but unsurprisingly, the young actress hasn’t always had such short hair. been thinking of posting the video of me shaving my hair off..💇🏼💭 #comingsoonfolks #watchthisspace #strangerthings A photo posted by Millie Bobby Brown (@milliebobby_brown) on Aug 20, 2016 at 8:27am PDT As we can see on her Instagram, Brown once had long brown locks, and now she’s shared the moment that they were all cut off too. Hair chopping part 1! #strangerthings #chopchop #inthechairwith @sarahhindsgaul 😘💇🏼 A video posted by Millie Bobby Brown (@milliebobby_brown) on Aug 21, 2016 at 11:25am PDT As if by magic, Brown is instantly transformed into Eleven.
“I’ve been every size in the world, but after I was a size 12, it was, like, apparently I’m ‘done’ dressing,” the 45-year-old Ghostbusters star told Chelsea Handler when asked about her fashion line.
Rosario Dawson is a Comic Con regular who demands more from the comic book and video game industry. Most recently, she told MTV News that Hollywood shouldn’t just be focused on the gender wage gap. At an AirBnB Havana-themed party in New York City on Tuesday, Dawson told Yahoo Beauty that MTV had not published another wage gap issue she had brought up in her interview: “I also talked about the transgender wage gap, but they cut that out.” She shrugged.
The author of best-selling memoir “Orange Is The New Black” has called for the U.S. female prison system to be radically overhauled. Piper Kerman, whose book was turned into the acclaimed Netflix show, gave testimony before a Senate Homeland Security Committee hearing on Tuesday. Taylor Schilling plays the lead in the hit TV show (credit: Netflix/Courtesy Everett Collection/REX) “If any member of this committee had the opportunity to meet the hundreds of women that I did time with, you would probably walk away from getting to know those women with a deep feeling that their confinement in a prison cell was just a colossal waste, and not an appropriate way in intervening in the things that put them in the criminal justice system,” she added. Kerman, whose character - played by Taylor Schilling - is surnamed Chapman in the series, said she’d seen the harmful effects of the drug trade on women.