Titillating though a good-mouse-gone-bad may be, there is no Disney-Playboy cross-promotion at hand in the magazine’s Tron-inspired video.
“It’s an independent homage to Tron,” Playboy chief content officer Jimmy Jellinek told the Observer. “We’re tapping into a cultural phenomenon in our style.” He confirmed that they haven’t heard from Disney on the topic. Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The day before Barack Obama became the 44th president of the United States, the lunch seating at Café Milano, the Italian restaurant in Georgetown, was booked solid.
Milano is the Michael’s of D.C. But it’s still in D.C. The air buzzed with the chatter of heavily hair-sprayed women wearing pink blouses, dangly Read More
“It’s not the best time in the world to be a White House correspondent,” said Bill Plante on the sultry afternoon of Saturday, April 26. This was at Tammy Haddad’s annual pre-White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner lawn party. The blooming wisteria was strangling the woods that surround her house.
These nearly-over final four years Read More
Leave it to the nostalgic brass at Condé Nast Media Group to nudge Hollywood, if only for a night, back to its Golden-Age heyday. On Thursday evening, to celebrate the publishing powerhouse’s “Movies Rock” TV special, clothing label Guess hosted a party at St. Vibiana’s Cathedral in L.A. For the Read More
Even if you can’t quite place Olivia Wilde when you first see her, you still get the feeling that she’s someone you really should recognize. Perhaps that’s why a tourist recently stepped in off a busy Soho street to snap a picture of the actress, quietly tucked in a corner of the Mercer Hotel lobby Read More