Monday, March 3, 2014
Extravagant costumes need not apply at the “Bloco da Lama” Carnival street party, where revelers dispense with pirate, princess and devil disguises in favor of thick, head-to-toe layers of black mud.
“12 Years a Slave” rolled at the Spirit Awards, winning five awards including best feature at the annual independent film celebration.
Will and Jaden Smith have something they can bond over. They were both awarded Razzies for their performances in “After Earth.”
After marketing manager Matthew Fam, 35, placed the 50,000th and final brick on his 70-centimeter tall Lego model of the Pinnacle@Duxton in late 2012, he invited fellow Lego hobbyists over to admire his masterpiece and snap pictures.
Hundreds of people gathered in the rain to mourn the death of virtuoso guitarist Paco de Lucia before a funeral Saturday in his hometown of Algeciras at the heart of flamenco music country in Spain's deep south.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Rio plunged into five days of hedonistic revelry Friday as the city's legendary carnival opened, with King Momo taking the keys of the city and declaring joy by decree.
The Oscars could be Mexico's big night, with three Mexicans nominated for directing, cinematography and acting.
Though he's an award-winning director in his own right in Russia, Fedor Bondarchuk had a challenge emerging from the shadow of his famous father, the late Soviet filmmaker and actor Sergei Bondarchuk, who starred in and directed the seven-hour version of “War and Peace,” which won the 1969 foreign-language Oscar.
Julie Gayet, the woman outed as French President Francois Hollande's lover, made her first high-profile appearance since news of the affair broke when she arrived Friday at France's top film awards.