‘The Square’ Director Ruben Östlund on Follow Up Black Comedy ‘Triangle of Sadness’

Director Ruben Östlund, who won the 2017 Palme d’Or and was Oscar nominated for “The Square,” says he is assembling an A-list international cast for his follow-up film project. The English-language dark comedy “Triangle of Sadness,” which centers on a male fashion model and his fashion model girlfriend who have attained celebrity status as a […]



Diablo 1 Now Available Digitally for the First Time, WarCraft 1 and 2 to Follow

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Blizzard has partnered up with GOG.com for the first digital release of an updated version of Diablo.

The studio announced the release alongside the news that Warcraft: Orcs & Humans,and Warcraft II re-releases will also be coming to the platform at some point in the future.

“We were bummed that these iconic games weren’t available to our players, so we‘re very happy to work with the crew at GOG.com to rectify that,” said Blizzard’s Vice President and Executive Producer, Rob Bridenbecker. “This has been a long time coming and we hope our players will be excited to jump back into these classic titles.”

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Who to Follow: Kate and Laura Mulleavy Join Instagram

The Rodarte sisters are the latest designers to launch their own Instagram account, in addition to their brand’s official page.
Their first posts were the poster and trailer for their upcoming film “Woodshock,” which stars close friend and Rodarte front row mainstay Kirsten Dunst, due in theaters September 15.

Other posts so far include behind the scenes images from filming, and a personal photo of their mother.

While it’s hard to imagine there are holdouts from Instagram in the fashion community, 2017 has seen a handful of recent additions to the social site. Céline started an account in February, ahead of its fall show in Paris, and the designer Erdem Moralioglu created a personal account earlier this year in addition to his brand’s, much like the Mulleavy sisters.
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7 Famous Instagram Rabbits You Need to Follow Right Now, That Aren’t the Easter Bunny

It’s the bunny’s biggest moment of the year. While the tooth fairy has a 365-day-a-year gig, the powers of rabbits are limited to just one morning: Easter Sunday.

On this day, like Santa, the Easter bunny manages to traverse the world with enough jelly beans and chocolate goodies for millions of people. It’s pretty magical, but bunnies in general deserve more than just one day of recognition. We’re talking about insanely fluffy animals, with long, occasionally floppy ears and the most adorable twitchy noses.

These are creatures that deserve to be celebrated every day. That’s why we rounded up seven of the cutest rabbit accounts on Instagram. This way, when the sugar high wears off from your Easter basket, you will still have plenty of sweetness to enjoy.

DJ BunnyPuff and The Puffery 

Handle: @djbunnypuff

Bunny Low Down: If your deepest dreams involve all kinds of cute rabbits, this is your heaven on Earth.


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Ginny Rabbit 

Handle: @ginnyrabbit

Bunny Low Down: Ginny is a disabled bunny with a permanent head tilt, but she doesn’t let one little difference stop her from enjoying life.

Io and Kili 

Handle: @ioandkili

Bunny Low Down: These two adore each other — and adore taking stunning photos. It’s a win-win.

Wally, Molly and Suki 

Handle: @wally_and_molly 

Bunny Low Down: Chances are you’ve never seen bunnies quite like this before. These English Angora rabbits have perfectly trimmed hairdos that truly set them apart.

Bunny Mama 

Handle: @bunnymama

Bunny Down Low: This Insta user is the proud mom to five cage-free rescue rabbits that are always up to some kind of adorable hijinks.

Bunny Pigi

Handle: @bunnypigi

Bunny Low Down: This 5-year-old bun bun is a Serbia dwarf/Angora mix, which, it turns out, is a very precious combination.


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INDIXIA Launches in New York, Hong Kong and London to Follow

ALL IN FOR INDIA: The first New York installment of INDIXIA has launched to help underprivileged children in India who are interested in getting a higher education in fashion, design or cinema.

Pooling international supporters who specialize in fine art, design, fashion. cinema and philanthropy, INDIXIA supports Arts For India, the charity was started by Satish Modi in the U.K. in 2010. The agency receives educational support by the University of the Arts London and the Prince’s Drawing School, London. Through Arts for India’s four-year scholarship program, a donor sponsors one needy student artist at the International Institute of Fine Arts. Each year 100 underprivileged students benefit from the program.

Aiming to help as many impoverished Indian students as possible, Modi said, “By giving them the opportunity to study, they, especially women, can escape arranged marriages. With education, they are then able to make informed choices in their lives and have a much better chance and brighter future.”

As part of the first edition of INDIXIA in New York, Nicole Miller and Columbia University Professor and Tibet House U.S. president Robert Thurman will be honored Wednesday at Bonhams. They will be joined by what is expected to be a strong showing by the

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5 Times John Green Offered Advice Everyone Should Follow

John Green has a way with words, even when they’re not on the pages of his best-selling books. 

Between building up his Nerdfighter community with his brother, Hank, and racking up more than 4.5 million Twitter followers, Green has found time to offer words of wisdom in interviews and vlogs, through Tumblr posts and Reddit “Ask Me Anything” sessions. In honor of his 38th birthday on August 24 (which the author is celebrating by matching donations to Water.org), we’ve gathered some of his most inspiring messages. From talking about dating to opening up about mental health, here are five times John Green offered some wonderful nuggets of wisdom.

1. When he had the perfect response to a fan whose boyfriend said she was too smart for him.

In a video from 2010, Green responded to fans after asking them on Twitter if they were dealing with any problems. “My boyfriend says I’m too smart for him, but I really like him. Should I start acting stupid?” a fan asked. After turning into “a giant squid of anger,” he gave the best answer.

“I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. The Venn diagram of boys who don’t like smart girls and boys you don’t want to date is a circle.” 

2. When he offered some kind words to a fan on Tumblr.

A 22-year-old fan with cerebral palsy who identifies as bisexual reached out to Green on Tumblr, asking “How are we to deal with prejudice that comes from within our own families?” Though Green began his humble reply by stating he didn’t know “how to give advice,” he offered an inspiring message.

I don’t know how to give advice but I just want to say that you are a human being, and you are important and cared for. Neither your disabilities nor your sexual orientation make you less human than any other person–you are complex and important and worthy of love. There are people–and I’m very sorry if such people are in your family–who seek to dehumanize the other. Maybe the are [sic] scared and maybe they are acting out systemic biases they inherited and maybe they don’t know how to include you in their overly narrow definition of personhood, but that is not about you. That is not your fault. You are not broken or wrong; the social order is.


3. When he gave advice for those figuring out what to do with their lives.

Study broadly and without fear. Learn a language if you can because that will make your life more interesting. Read a little bit every day. But most importantly try to surround yourself with people you like and make cool stuff with them. In the end, at least in my experience, what you do isn’t going to be nearly as interesting or important as who you do it with.


4. When he opened up about his mental health.

During a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” session, a fan asked Green if he had any advice for “people who suffer from depression and the like.” The author answered by talking about his own mental health before closing with some encouraging words.

There is hope. There is treatment. You are not alone, and while I know the struggle feels at times completely hopeless and futile, there is a far shore for the vast majority of people, and I wish you the best.


5. When he talked about what makes someone a “nerd” — and why it’s a good thing.

I love nerds! I am obsessed with nerds. I have a great affection for people who are intellectually engaged with the world, and who, who don’t treat everything superficially. And I think when people talk about nerdiness, what they’re really talking about is smart people who are trying to think hard about the world, and I don’t think that’s an insult, I think that’s a great thing.


And as a bonus, here’s one last quote from Green that might not count as wisdom, but still serves as some pretty solid advice.

Happy birthday, John!

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12 Pieces Of Advice For Artists More Practical Than ‘Follow Your Heart’

 ”Follow your heart.” “Trust your gut.” “Find your voice.” “Stay true to your vision.”

It’s not that there isn’t merit to these oft-touted nuggets of wisdom for aspiring artists, it’s just that, sometimes, following your heart won’t help you pay rent on time. 

If you’re looking for the kind of advice that, while it may not look as great on an inspirational postcard, will help you actually sustain yourself as a working artist, we highly suggest Alix Sloan‘s Launching Your Art Career: A Practical Guide for Artists.

Sloan, a curator and consultant, enlists the help of 40 artists and dealers to compile a bullshit-free guide to making art, making connections, making sales and making money. We’ve compiled some of our favorite parts below, to give you a taste. 

Behold, 12 pieces of actually practical advice for a struggling, emerging or really any sort of artist.

1. Take the job. “Don’t be one of those cliché art school kids who considers himself above the idea of art as commodity. Take the commercial work. Take the design work. Do the band’s poster for $ 20 and a six-pack. Do whatever it takes to be able to call yourself a working artist. It’s a noble title, regardless of the particulars.” Noah Antieau, art dealer

2. Make nice! “Your best connections are your peers. Stay in contact with them. Be curious. Visit other artist’s studios and add like-minded people to your mailing list.” -Cara Enteles, artist

3. Do you. “Aim to have people recognize your work in a crowded room … to know immediately that it’s undeniably yours.” -Lori Field, artist 

 4. Get some perspective. “Gaining perspective by observing your practice amongst a field of others, and the culture and time in which it is done, is a career goal that follows a wide arc … It is not the sole responsibility of your art dealer, for example, to place your work in cultural context, nor should you allow this without your input.” -Martin Kruck, artist 

5. It’s just another job. “When I’m talking with younger artists I stress that making, exhibiting and selling art in a commercial gallery is just like any other job one hopes to be successful at. It means working hard, honoring deadlines and trusting your co-workers to do their jobs well too.” -William Baczek, art dealer

6. Don’t go crazy with the zeros. “Don’t raise your prices too fast because once they are up, you should not lower them.” -Jayme McLellan, art dealer 

7. More, more, more! “Feed your output with as much input (books, lectures, films, leisure, rest) as you can handle, and in some cases, more than you can manage.” -Didier William, artist 

8. Keep your friends close and your inspiration closer. “Now there are endless images at your fingertips, but you need to find the ones that awaken your creativity and keep them near to you. Sometimes it can be something blurry and vague … I have this one little scrap of paper with a very low-res image of a kitten’s face on it, and something about it makes me come back to it again and again, trying to capture something elusive about it. When you find an image like that, hold onto it like it was gold.” -Marion Peck, artist 

9. Get that domain name stat. “You don’t need business cards. You do need a website.” -Zach Feuer, art dealer

10. Don’t get comfortable. “You may have to work at a real job while you are making this happen. DO NOT get a creative job. Get a job you won’t get comfortable in. Save all your creative juices for your own art practice!” -Martha Rich, artist  

11. Embrace the tribe. “It’s good to remember (not when you are making new work as it might be better to forget) that there are armies of manically mono-focused people (I almost said monsters) out there who want something close to what you want. They are your tribe, not your enemy.” -David Humphrey, artist 

12. Go outside. “Stay deeply connected to what’s going on in your own art world. Under no circumstances isolate yourself in the studio with a solitary practice, thinking you’re some kind of lone wolf or Van Gogh.” -Mark Wolfe, art dealer

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Who To Follow On Instagram During The Golden Globes

Whether you’re watching the Golden Globes on Sunday or plugging into the heap of awkward Marnie moments that is the season premiere of “Girls,” you’ll need some photographic updates from all the pretty, rich people congratulating and thanking each other. Here’s a handy guide for who to follow during the show, starting with the Golden Globes‘ own account.

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Amy Poehler

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Robert Downey Jr.

Anna Faris

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Gwyneth Paltrow

Channing Tatum

Catherine Zeta-Jones


Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Reese Witherspoon

Quvenzhané Wallis

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Ralph Fiennes

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Jessica Chastain

Mark Ruffalo

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Robin Wright

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Gina Rodriguez

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Uzo Aduba

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Taylor Schilling

Ricky Gervais

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William H. Macy

Allison Tolman

Alan Cumming

Colin Hanks

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