Jennifer Lawrence has been targeted once more in the celebrity hacking scandal as more private images of the actress hit the Internet over the weekend (27-28Sep14). Intimates snaps of The Hunger Games star emerged in the first series of leaks last month (Aug14) and now 55 more images of the actress have surfaced on web, according to New York Post gossip column Page Six.
In August (14), Lawrence's representative denounced the "flagrant violation of privacy" and demanded the prosecution of the perpetrators. Experts at America's Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) also began an investigation into the scandal.
More nude photos of celebrities have been released since August (14) and targets have included Rihanna, Kirsten Dunst, Scarlett Johansson and Amber Heard.
The latest wave includes nude snaps of British model Cara Delevingne and private pictures of Twilight star Anna Kendrick.
The pictures were allegedly stolen from cloud storage accounts.
David and Victoria Beckham's son Romeo has been picked to star in fashion firm Burberry’s 2014 festive ad campaign. The 12 year old initially appeared in the company's 2012 campaign, alongside Cara Delevingne.
Model and actress Cara Delevingne has bared all for a new jewellery and accessories collection campaign. The British 'it' girl stripped off for the revealing John Hardy shots in Bali. She preserves her modesty with the careful placing of her hands, arms and legs
The 22 year old's new ads promote the brand's Fall collection. She signed on as the face of John Hardy earlier this year (14).
Al Pacino and Jessica Chastain were 90 minutes late to the London premiere of new film Salome after they were blocked in by protesters taking part in the People's Climate March on Sunday (21Sept14). Thousands gathered in central London to demonstrate about environmental issues, and the Scarface star was caught up in the travel chaos on the way to the screening of his film and an accompanying documentary.
Pacino and Chastain made it to the red carpet an hour and a half behind schedule.
He tells Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, "It was mad out there. It's always like that in London. I once broke down in my limo and had to rock up in a cab, which wasn't a good look."
Salome is a film version of Oscar Wilde's play, and Wilde Salome is a documentary about Pacino's struggle to direct and star in the drama.
Supermodel Cara Delevingne and actress Emma Thompson were among the protesters who marched through London on Sunday.
"As a child, I loved being naked. My parents would have to force me to be dressed because otherwise I'd take my clothes off and run around the supermarket. Nudity was liberation to me. Freedom. My entire family is pretty nudist-y. We went to nude beaches a lot. I always wondered why the men on nude beaches had the smallest penises." Model-turned-actress Cara Delevingne has always enjoyed being naked.
British supermodel Cara Delevingne has landed her first role as a leading lady on the big screen in the forthcoming film adaptation of hit novel Paper Towns. The runway beauty, who made her acting debut in 2012's Anna Karenina, has been tapped to portray Margo in the movie mystery, which is based on author John Green's 2008 book. The story follows two childhood pals, played by Delevingne and Nat Wolff, who embark on a revenge mission only for Margo to go missing days later.
Josh Boone, who also directed the recent film version of Green's teenage cancer novel The Fault in Our Stars, will take charge of the project, which is scheduled for release in July, 2015.
Delevingne previously landed small roles in new thriller The Face of an Angel and upcoming Johnny Depp film London Fields, while she is also in talks to star John Stamos' Beach Boys musical All Summer Long.
Attorneys representing murder suspect Amanda Knox have threatened to take legal action over new movie The Face Of An Angel. The film, starring Kate Beckinsale and model Cara Delevingne, is based on the real life murder of British student Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy in 2007. Knox, 27, was convicted of killing her roommate, but later acquitted of the crime and released from jail in 2011.
She was convicted again earlier this year (14), but remains free as she appeals against the verdict, and her lawyers fear the new movie could have a negative effect on the case.
They are now threatening to take legal action against the production company behind the movie, BBC Films.
Knox's lawyer Luciano Ghirga says of the movie, "It implies that Amanda is guilty... There have already been at least two films and 12 books about the case. If the film is based even loosely on the murder in Perugia and if it is damaging to Amanda's image, we will be asking for damages, as we have done in other cases.'"
Police were called to a star-studded party in London following the GQ Men of the Year Awards to investigate a noise complaint. After the glitzy prizegiving on Tuesday night (02Sep14), celebrity guests including Gerard Butler, Jamie Dornan, Benedict Cumberbatch, Cara Delevingne and Samuel L. Jackson decamped to a private afterparty at the home of a public relations executive.
However, the bash was interrupted by cops who were called in to investigate complaints from neighbours over loud noise coming from the mansion.
A spokesperson for Scotland Yard tells Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper, "Police were called at 1.36am... to a large party. The call was passed on (to) Camden Council's Environmental Health Officer."
A statement from the local borough council adds, "Details of the noise nuisance were recorded. If a future complaint is received by the council, the details will be taken into account on (whether) further action is required."
Jonah Hill poked fun at an ex-girlfriend while picking up GQ magazine's International Man of the Year honour in London on Tuesday night (02Sep14).
The Wolf of Wall Street star took aim at his sixth grade love while accepting the style trophy from Bradley Cooper. Hill said, "Emily, my first girlfriend... You broke my heart and left it shattered. It was really sad. I know you were young and love is wild and you grow apart, but I'm GQ International Man of the f**king Year!"
The twice Oscar-nominated star joined Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Pharrell Williams, Van Morrison, New Order, new Doctor Who Peter Capaldi, racing driver Lewis Hamilton and Paulo Nutini among the big style winners, while Johnny Depp presented punk veteran Iggy Pop with GQ's Icon Award at the Royal Opera House.
And the women weren't left out - Kim Kardashian West, who was joined on the red carpet by her husband Kanye West, picked up the Woman of the Year prize and stunned in a custom-designed haute couture Ralph & Russo gown. Reminding the world her full name is now Kim Kardashian West, the reality TV star said, "I want to thank GQ for making me Woman of the Year, and my husband for making me feel like woman of the year every day."
Among those handing over the top prizes at the ceremony Lindsay Lohan, Bradley Cooper, Gerard Butler, Rita Ora, Cara Delevingne, Daisy Lowe, Bob Geldof, Pippa Middleton and author E.L. James, who presented her Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan with a Breakthrough Award.
The full list of GQ Men of the Year Award winners is:
Comedian of the Year: John Bishop
Editor’s Special Award: Liam Neeson
Chef of the Year: Tom Kerridge
Designer of the Year: Christopher Bailey
International Man of the Year: Jonah Hill
Writer of the Year: Michael Lewis
Philanthropist of the Year: Tony Blair
Breakthrough Fashion Designers of the Year: Agi and Sam
TV Personality of the Year: Peter Capaldi
Innovator Award: Ewan Venters
Inspiration Award: New Order Hugo Boss
Most Stylish Man: Douglas Booth
Sportsman: Lewis Hamilton
Actor of the Year: Benedict Cumberbatch
Entrepreneur of the Year: Andre Balazs
Special Achievement: Paolo Nutini
Vertu Breakthrough Award: Jamie Dornan
Legend Award: Van Morrison
Solo Artist of the Year: Pharrell Williams
Leading Man of the Year: Colin Firth
Humanitarian of the Year: Ringo Starr
Woman of the Year: Kim Kardashian West
Icon Award: Iggy Pop
British model Cara Delevingne wanted to eat an animal's heart when filming a dream sequence in her upcoming movie The Face Of An Angel.
In the drama, the catwalk beauty plays a student who teams up with a director and a journalist to make a film about a murder victim.
The story, starring Kate Beckinsale and Rush star Daniel Bruhl, is loosely based on the real-life death of Meredith Kercher in Italy in 2007, and includes a scene showing Delevingne's character eating a beating heart in a dream sequence. The model has now revealed she offered to chomp on the real thing but had to settle for a heart-shaped cake instead.
Delevingne tells Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, "I wanted it to be a real heart, in the weirdest way... you know, a pig's heart... but instead it was made of icing and red sauce. Every time Daniel walked in, he kept laughing, which affected me - and everyone else." The drama will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada on 6 September (14) and will also be screened at the BFI London Film Festival in October (14).
Kercher's roommate, U.S. student Amanda Knox, and Knox's boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were convicted of the murder but were acquitted in 2011 after serving four years.