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Lulu Gainsbourg managed to attract some amazing artists to sing his father's songs on From Gainsbourg to Lulu, including Vanessa Paradis and Johnny Depp -- in their first-ever musical duo -- Scarlett Johansson, Marianne Faithfull, Iggy Pop and former
So it's no wonder that director Lars von Trier is keen to get Charlotte Gainsbourg back in front of his camera again. The French actress is in talks with the controversial Danish filmmaker to star in his upcoming movie The Nymphomaniac. Getting naked
Charlotte Gainsbourg, "Stage Whisper" (Because Music / Elektra Records) No one can deny that Charlotte Gainsbourg is an interesting artistic presence in whatever creative endeavor she has going. The French artist has found time between being a
French thesp Charlotte Gainsbourg is in talks to topline in Lars Von Trier's next film, "The Nymphomaniac," an explicit exploration of a woman's erotic life. Les Films Du Losange, which has distributed all of Von Trier's films since "Breaking the
Gainsbourg, who worked extensively with Jarvis Cocker on 5:55 (2006), pegged Beck for writing and producing IRM and the superbly talented multi-instrumentalist turned in one of his warmest collections of songs since Sea Change nearly a decade ago.
Depression finally seems to have brought out the best in Lars von Trier: "Melancholia" is his strongest work in a while, a devastatingly beautiful, operatic mixture of all his signature themes and visual schemes...But the director portends his
Off the beaten path, this year has been all about the Gainsbourgs, with a film and album for father Serge and a film and album for daughter Charlotte. Said album for Serge is a tribute called From Gainsbourg To Lulu , put together by none other than
The answer to the second question is not in dispute, though the movie pretends that the first one is. Rhys Ifans plays Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford, who scribbles out masterpieces when he is not embroiling himself in palace intrigue or
November 10, 2011 Movies Abduction' (PG-13, 1:46) This film is a sloppy, exploitative act of star worship created (if that's the right word for cynical hackwork) around Taylor Lautner, the pouty 19-year-old heartthrob of the Twilight franchise.
Alexander Skarsgard, Charlotte Gainsbourg looked every bit the glamorous French star ready to seduce America. Her dark brown mane was sexily volumized, her eyes were rimmed in kohl, and she wore a simple black silk jersey, strappy high heels and