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Asked If France ‘Missed The Boat On #MeToo’, Isabelle Huppert Throws The Interviewer Out

Laura Cappelle has plenty of good things in her profile as well, but yes, this happened: “In a matter of seconds, Huppert is on her feet and walks away from me, manifestly irked. ‘Listen, here, now I have to work.'” – The Guardian
Tags: Art, France, People, Listen, Isabelle Huppert, Huppert, Laura Cappelle, 03.24.20


How long will a volcanic island live?

When a hot plume of rock rises through the Earth's mantle to puncture the overlying crust, it can create not only a volcanic ocean island, but also a swell in the ocean floor hundreds to thousands of kilometers long. Over time the island is carried away by the underlying tectonic plate, and the plume pops out another island in its place. Over millions of years, this geological hotspot can produce a chain of trailing islands, on which life may flourish temporarily before the islands sink, one by ...
Tags: Weather, Environment, Nasa, Earth, Mit, Physics, Atlantic, Oceans, Hawaii, Geology, Innovation, Natural Disaster, Kim, Pacific, Galapagos Islands, Canary Islands


A superhero mystery, a superhero sorority & the camp of Paul Lynde: What to Watch Halloween edition

Watchmen Stepping out on a movie date this weekend? Netflix and chillin? Whatever your entertainment needs, we got your back (and hopefully your mind) with Queerty’s weekly “Culture Club” column with some of the highlights of new releases, streaming shows, classics worth revisiting, and what to drink while you watch. The Catch: Watchmen Anyone desiring a bit more gayness with their superheroes—and the moral questions they pose—should make sure to check out HBO’s new series Watchmen. A sequel ...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, Hbo, New York, Nbc, Entertainment, La, Lifestyle, San Francisco, Fbi, Netflix, Portugal, Betty White, Pluto, Ad Friendly, Queerty


‘Frankie’ Review: Troubled in Paradise

Isabelle Huppert leads an impressive cast on a glum trip in Ira Sachs’s new film.
Tags: Movies, News, Ira, Isabelle Huppert, Pascal, Sachs, Brendan, Greg, Ira Sachs, Kinnear, Frankie, Huppert, Gleeson, Marisa, Isabelle, Tomei


‘Frankie’ Review: Isabelle Huppert and Brendan Gleason Shine in This Moving Family Drama [Cannes]

Ira Sach’s Frankie is a light, lovely film about complicated family dynamics and coming to terms with mortality. With a formidable cast anchored by Isabelle Huppert, the sun-dappled setting and multi-generational storyline makes for a relaxed, enjoyable visit with this extended onscreen family. Huppert plays, as she often does, a movie star, one named Françoise (Frankie to her friends) who is struggling with the return of an illness that she’s kept from all but those closest to her. She...
Tags: New York, Movies, Drama, Features, Movie Reviews, Woody Allen, Isabelle Huppert, Cannes, Sintra, PAUL, Allen, Frankie, GLEASON, Huppert, Sylvia, Film Festivals


Review: Isabelle Huppert Is a Nightmare to Remember in ‘The Mother’

In Christopher Hampton’s translation of Florian Zeller’s Freudian chamber play, Ms. Huppert confirms her reputation as the most fearless of actresses.
Tags: News, Theater, Isabelle Huppert, Trip, Hampton, Christopher, Huppert, Isabelle, Zeller, Cullman, Florian Zeller, Christopher Hampton, Atlantic Theater Co, Florian (1979-, The Mother (Play


Chloe Grace Moretz Is Ready To Scare The Sh*t Out Of You

Chloe Grace Moretz has been acting since she was an adolescent, and she’s got the poise and wiser-than-her-years disposition to prove it. When she’s waxing poetic about the “cacophony of scenes and macabre moments” in her latest film, a horror thriller called Greta in theaters Friday, you almost forget how young Moretz is. Then, in the same breath, she’s gushing about Britney Spears — she’s got stickers of the pop star plastered to her phone — and she sounds like every other twentysomething who...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Julianne Moore, New York City, Canada, Nicole Richie, Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Isabelle Huppert, Chloe Grace Moretz, Greta, Frances, Olsen, Spears, Huppert


Anatomy of a Scene: Watch Chloë Grace Moretz and Isabelle Huppert Spar in ‘Greta’

An elegant dinner turns into a modern nightmare in this scene from Neil Jordan’s film.
Tags: Movies, News, Jordan, Greta, Neil, Huppert, Moretz, Isabelle, Chloë Grace, Neil Jordan, Greta (Movie, Isabelle Huppert Spar


In 'Greta,' A Magnetic Isabelle Huppert Plays A Deadly Game of Chat-And-Mouse

A young woman (Chloë Grace Moretz) befriends a mysterious older woman (Huppert) in Neil Jordan's weird thriller. As extreme as Greta gets, Huppert "finds careful nuances within the bonkers."(Image credit: Jonathan Hession/Focus Features)
Tags: News, Chloe Grace Moretz, Greta, Huppert, Neil Jordan, Greta A Magnetic Isabelle Huppert


‘Greta’ Review: Isabelle Huppert Goes Nuts in Neil Jordan’s Wacky Thriller

Everybody needs a friend. And who wouldn’t want to be friends with Isabelle Huppert? It’s a set-up too good to ignore, and director Neil Jordan milks it for all that it’s worth in his gonzo thriller Greta. What could’ve very easily been a serious, scary movie is, Jordan’s hands, a weird, goofy freakshow, in which Huppert hams it up as the loneliest, craziest woman in New York. She’s looking for a friend. And a surrogate daughter. And, quite possibly, a victim. She’s out of her freakin’ mind, an...
Tags: New York, Movies, Features, Movie Reviews, Thriller, Jordan, Isabelle Huppert, Chloe Grace Moretz, Greta, Frances, Erica, Huppert, Moretz, Stephen Rea, Neil-Jordan, Erica She


‘Greta’ Review: Isabelle Huppert as Sweet Surrogate Mom Turned Psycho Stalker

Huppert is the spider and Chloë Grace Moretz the fly in this psychological thriller from Neil Jordan.
Tags: Movies, News, Jordan, Isabelle Huppert, Ray, Wright, Greta, Neil, Monroe, Huppert, Moretz, Isabelle, Maika, Chloë Grace, Greta (Movie


Isabelle Huppert Is Busy. But There’s Always Time for Theater.

The French actress has five films coming out in 2019, including one while she stars in Florian Zeller’s play “The Mother” at Atlantic Theater Company.
Tags: News, Theater, Isabelle Huppert, Trip, Huppert, Isabelle, Zeller, Cullman, Florian Zeller, Actors and Actresses, Atlantic Theater Co, Florian (1979-, The Mother (Play


Judge Strikes Down Iowa’s Restrictive ‘Fetal Heartbeat’ Abortion Law

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A state judge has struck down Iowa’s restrictive “fetal heartbeat” abortion law. Judge Michael Huppert on Tuesday found the law unconstitutional. He concluded that the Iowa Supreme Court’s earlier decisions that affirm a woman’s fundamental right to an abortion would include the new law passed last year. The law would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. That can happen as early as six weeks into pregnancy. It would have been the most restrictive anti-abort...
Tags: News, Ap, Iowa, Iowa Supreme Court, DES MOINES Iowa, Huppert, Heartland, Summer Concepcion, Michael Huppert, Emma Goldman Clinic


‘Greta’ Trailer: Chloë Grace Moretz is Stalked By Isabelle Huppert in This Neil Jordan Thriller

Acts of good Samaritanism usually result in tears, hugs, and maybe a viral video. But in Chloë Grace Moretz‘s she’s rewarded with sinister friend played by the elegant Isabelle Huppert who slowly becomes a sinister stalker. In the Greta trailer, Oscar-winning director Neil Jordan directs a psychological thriller about a toxic friendship that dissolves into a life-threatening relationship. Greta Trailer Isabelle Huppert and Chloë Grace Moretz in a homoerotic thriller directed by the dire...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Thriller, Jordan, Movie Trailers, Isabelle Huppert, Chloe Grace Moretz, Greta, Frances, Huppert, Focus Features, Moretz, Stephen Rea, Neil Jordan, Ray Wright, Maika Monroe


Isabelle Huppert on Her Best Cannes Memories and the Lack of Female Jury Presidents

French star Isabelle Huppert, whose role in Paul Verhoeven’s “Elle” earned her an Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe last year, served as president of the Cannes Film Festival jury in 2009. Huppert was reportedly at odds with fellow juror James Gray over awarding the Palme d’Or to Michael Haneke’s “The White Ribbon” and was […]
Tags: News, Cannes film festival, Isabelle Huppert, Michael Haneke, Paul Verhoeven, James Gray, Golden Globe, Huppert, Best Cannes Memories


Review: In ‘Claire’s Camera,’ Isabelle Huppert Plays a Cannes Newbie

The director Hong Sang-soo shows us the less-than-glamorous side of a famous beach town.
Tags: Movies, News, Isabelle Huppert, Claire, Huppert, Isabelle, Hong Sang-soo, Hong Sang, Kim Min-hee, Claire's Camera (Movie, Cannes Newbie


Google DeepMind’s NHS deals were scrutinised in a new report — but tough questions remain unanswered (GOOG)

An independent review panel has raised a number of concerns about how Google DeepMind is working with the National Health Service (NHS) in a report published on Wednesday. DeepMind tasked the panel with scrutinising its NHS partnerships after New Scientist revealed that the company had quietly been given access to 1.6 million patient records to develop a kidney monitoring app called Streams without their prior knowledge. The unpaid panel includes ex-Cambridge MP Julian Huppert, The Co-Operative ...
Tags: Google, UK, London, Trends, NHS, Cambridge, Isa, Ai, Roomba, Eileen Burbidge, Deepmind, Huppert, Royal Free, Mike Bracken, National Health Service NHS, Suleyman


Official Trailer for Belgian Drama 'Souvenir' Starring Isabelle Huppert

"You need a lot of love. From your audience, too." Studiocanal has debuted the first UK trailer for a Belgian drama titled Souvenir, starring French actress Isabelle Huppert as a former singer now working at a factory in a small town. The film played at a few major festivals last fall, including Toronto and London, and is opening in US theaters later this year. Huppert plays Liliane Cheverny, who was once "Laura", a singer who finished second in the 1974 European Song Contest. Her singing dr...
Tags: UK, London, Movies, Trailer, US, Toronto, Isabelle Huppert, Laura, Huppert, To Watch, Foreign Film, Liliane Cheverny, Kévin Azaïs Johan Leysen Muriel Bersy, Benjamin Boutboul


Isabelle Huppert’s ‘Souvenir’ Nabbed by Strand Releasing for North American Distribution (EXCLUSIVE)

Strand Releasing will be distributing Bavo Defurne’s “Souvenir,” a music-filled romantic drama boasting Oscar-nominated actress Isabelle Huppert (“Elle”) and an original soundtrack by Pink Martini, in North America. “Souvenir” stars Huppert as a one-time European singing contestant who won fame years ago only to disappear in a factory job and to be re-discovered by a... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Global, Markets & Festivals, Cannes film festival, Isabelle Huppert, Pathe, Huppert, Pink Martini, Strand Releasing, Isabelle Huppert Elle, Bavo Defurne, North America Souvenir


Isabelle Huppert Honored with Cannes Women in Motion Award

Isabelle Huppert, Oscar-nommed this year for “Elle,” will be honored with the Women in Motion Award by Kering and the Cannes Film Festival. Huppert also won a Golden Globe for the Paul Verhoeven film. Huppert has in turn chosen Palestinian director Maysaloun Hamoud for the Young Talents award, which comes with a $55,000 grant. Hamoud’s... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Global, Markets & Festivals, Elle, Isabelle Huppert, Golden Globe, Huppert, Hamoud, Kering, Maysaloun Hamoud, Cannes Women, Isabelle Huppert Oscar


Debriefing On Awards Season With Isabelle Huppert

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Tags: Hollywood, News, France, Toronto, America, Gotham, Paris, Robocop, Elle, Isabelle Huppert, Michael Haneke, Paul Verhoeven, Barry, Huffington Post, Cannes, Kenneth


Oscars 2017: The Looks We Loved and the Looks We Didn’t

This 89th Academy Awards will forever be remembered for Envelopegate, but there were many memorable fashion moments as well. Best actress nominees Ruth Negga and Isabelle Huppert made memorable Oscar debuts. Negga looked stunning in Valentino red, while Huppert sparkled in champagne Armani Prive. Four-time nominee Nicole Kidman made our best-dressed list once again in a... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Awards, Features, Nicole Kidman, Oscars, Isabelle Huppert, Valentino, Huppert, Ruth Negga, Negga


The Duchess Of Cambridge's Dress Looks An Awful Lot Like One From The Oscars

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Tags: UK, News, India, Cambridge, Kate Middleton, Buckingham Palace, Royal Family, Edinburgh, Kate, Isabelle Huppert, Huffington Post, Jamie Feldman, Huppert, Erdem


The 2017 Oscars Red Carpet Is The Best We've Seen In Years

Photo: Getty Images. And we've made it. We've officially hit the pièce de résistance of the season, a.k.a. the 89th Annual Academy Awards. Sure, there's been a lot of talk about the movies nominated this season, but there's also been a fair share of buzz about the clothing (way before the red carpet even began). The weeks leading up to this year's Oscars had us stalking Instagram, playing the what-celebrity-what-designer guessing game, and closely following the pre-show saga that was Meryl S...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Aclu, Meryl Streep, Stella Mccartney, Karl Lagerfeld, Emma Watson, Karlie Kloss, Isabelle Huppert, Gucci, Tom Ford, Hailee Steinfeld, Ruth, Taraji P Henson, Huppert, Taraji


'Moonlight' Sweeps 2017 Independent Spirit Awards

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Tags: Hollywood, News, California, America, Manchester, Nick Kroll, Miami, Ben Foster, Ava Duvernay, Elle, Isabelle Huppert, Huffington Post, Moonlight, J Simpson, Jenkins, Molly Shannon


Paul Verhoeven’s ‘Elle’ Wins Best Film, Actress for Isabelle Huppert at France’s Cesar Awards

PARIS — Paul Verhoeven’s ‘Elle’ won best picture and best actress for Oscar nominee Isabelle Huppert at the 42nd Cesar Awards, the country’s top film prize. Out of 16th Cesar nominations, Huppert had only won once for her performance in Claude Chabrol’s “La Ceremonie.” Huppert has been on a laureled path since “Elle” competed at... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, France, Awards, Global, Paris, Oscar, Elle, Isabelle Huppert, Paul Verhoeven, Huppert, Claude Chabrol, Toni Erdmann, Cesar Awards


‘Elle’ Wins Best Film, Actress for Isabelle Huppert at France’s Cesar Awards

PARIS — Paul Verhoeven’s “Elle” won best picture and best actress for Oscar nominee Isabelle Huppert at the 42nd Cesar Awards, the country’s top film prize. Out of 16th Cesar nominations, Huppert had only won once for her performance in Claude Chabrol’s “La Ceremonie.” Huppert has been on a laureled path since “Elle” competed at... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, France, Awards, Global, Paris, Oscar, Elle, Isabelle Huppert, Paul Verhoeven, Huppert, Claude Chabrol, Toni Erdmann, Cesar Awards, La Ceremonie Huppert


No Concessions: My Oscar Ballot, 2017 Edition

I know, I know–we’re all just a little tired of the image above. Even if you haven’t seen any of this year’s Best Picture nominees (you’re not alone), you’ve surely heard about La La Land, and have seen that picture, a hundred times since awards season began last fall. Well, I got news for you–you’re gonna be seeing La La Land a lot on Sunday. It’s up for a bunch of prizes and stands to win several, Return of the King-style. Roll with it, or, rather, tap with it. And then it’ll be gone forever. ...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Featured, Viola Davis, Movies, Film, Mahershala Ali, Germany, Disney, US, America, Iran, Manchester, Bill Murray, Oscars, Jesus


Isabelle Huppert: ‘The Best Way to Please Is Not to Please’

Her subversiveness and underplayed chic have transformed the actress, an Oscar contender, into fashion’s unlikely new muse.
Tags: Movies, News, Isabelle Huppert, Huppert, Isabelle, Fashion and apparel, Academy Awards (Oscars, Elle (Movie


A Beginner's Guide To Isabelle Huppert

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