Recently featured in Wonderland Magazine, Douglas Booth also featured in the February edition of InStyle, shot by Carlotta Manaigo. Wearing Louis Vuitton and Paul Smith, Booth exudes a retro look for the shoot, and can be seen in Sci-Fi epic 'Jupiter Ascending', which is out now.
A rich man, Damian (Ben Kingsley), dying of terminal cancer undergoes a consciousness transplant, only to discover that all is not as it seems, when he wakes up in the body of Albright (Ryan Reynolds).
Curious to see the life of his transplantee, he unearths more than he could imagine,, fracturing his mental state. Who is he? What is right and wrong?
The film will be released in July. Check out the trailer below:
Kelly Clarkson's seventh studio album, Piece by Piece, sees Clarkson releasing pop music once again since her previous Christmas album 'Wrapped In Red', released two years ago. With the birth of her daughter River Rose, the American singer has even more inspiration to draw from, if only she wrote half of the songs! Nonetheless, the album is a solid offering from the princess of shouty pop.
1. Heartbeat Song
4. Take You High
5. Piece by Piece
6. Run Run Run ft. John Legend
7. I Had A Dream
8. Let Your Tears Fall
9. Tight Rope
10. War Paint
11. Dance With Me
13. Good Goes The Bye
14. Bad Reputation
15. In the Blue
16. Second Wind
SONGS TO LOVE: 'Invincible', 'Someone', 'Piece by Piece', 'Into the Blue'
SONGS TO SKIP: (Take You High) but can grow to like
The Oscars this year was yet another mostly predictable affair. All actor and actress wins were consistent all awards season. Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore, Patricia Arquette and JK Simmons... Boyhood unfortunately did not win any other film awards despite its 6 nominations. The big winner of the night was Grand Budapest Hotel and Birdman.
Disney's Big Hero 6 won best animation for a second year in a row, succeeding last year's smash hit 'Frozen'.
Best dressed this year goes to Scarlett Johansson in her emerald gown, Keira Knightley in her Valentino maternity couture and Emma Stone in Elie Saab.
Check out more images and full results after the jump:
Shot my Mert Alas, Scarlett Johansson graces the cover of the March edition of W Magazine. With 2014 being a life changing year for Johansson, having recently given birth to daughter Rose and gotten married, as well as being in almost every movie last year, most notibly for 'Lucy' and 'Captain America 2' and 'Under the Skin'.
In the interview, she also speaks about seeking out Pixar for a voice role after her critically acclaimed performance in 'Her'- which I can only hope they do pick her for something!
Johansson has also recently started a girl band called the Singles, with Este Haim, releasing track 'Candy'... to much controversy and scepticism. Nonetheless, the star proves to be adventurous!