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Katherine (Kaydi) Poirier is Newsday's web producer for entertainment news. Previously, she worked in editorial at InStyle magazine and HollywoodLife.com. Kaydi graduated from Ithaca College in 2011 with a B.A. in journalism. When she's not updating Newsday's entertainment section, Kaydi is exploring Long Island (her new home), watching too much reality TV and playing with her beagle mix, Copper.
In the wake of early negative reactions from Christian audiences to the Biblical film "Noah," director Darren Aronofsky and Paramount Pictures are now publicly reassuring faith-based audiences, but also managing their expectations.
In a lengthy feature posted on The Hollywood Reporter's website Tuesday, the director and Paramount vice chair Rob Moore openly discuss the difficulties of selling...Read more »
The announcement you knew was coming officially arrived Wednesday evening. U2 will perform its Oscar-nominated song "Ordinary Love," from the film "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" at the Academy Awards ceremony March 2. With Idina Menzel scheduled for perform "Let it Go" and Pharell Williams set to perform "Happy," there's only nominated song still not being represented at the Oscars with...Read more »
It’s likely that when Ty Hunter attends a fashion show people are really, really nice to him. As Beyoncé’s stylist, he’s responsible for putting her in some of her best dresses – most recently the white body clinger she wore after her performance on the Grammy Awards.
On Tuesday afternoon at Naeem Khan, Hunter, resplendent in a jacket emblazoned with a sparkly safety pin print and a...Read more »
The Tony-award-winning actress from Woodbury will perform "Let It Go," from the animated Disney musical "Frozen," at the 86th Academy Awards ceremony next month. "Let it Go" is nominated for best original song, while "Frozen" is up for best animated feature. The performance will mark her first time performing an Oscar-nominated song at the awards show. News of Menzel's appearance followed...Read more »
Tracy Morgan sat front row at the Badgley Mischka show Tuesday morning with fiancée Megan Wollover; she dressed in a creamy, fitted frock with gold insets by the designers, he in blue brocade and lots of big bling.
“I like to keep it icy for my lady,” he said referring to his megawatt diamond bracelet and big pendant.
How many fashion shows to date for Morgan? ...Read more »
One thing most people wouldn’t want to be: Hugh Jackman’s personal trainer. Yeah, yeah, he’s an incredible physical specimen, “Wolverine” and all, but not so fast. Jackman, who attended Donna Karan’s 30th anniversary runway show on Wall Street Saturday night – (among the most anticipated events of New York Fashion week) – said, on the subject, “I don’t like to be told what to do. So if my...Read more »
Anna Kendrick, the spunky actress, singer and star of the Newcastle Brown Ale Super Bowl non-ad, was enjoying the whole fashion scene on Monday morning.
“I never expected that fashion would be part of my job,” she said dressed in, natch, a smart black-and-white Carolina Herrera number.
She’s been spotted at a number of shows during Fashion Week. “It’s really fun, and I decided...Read more »
Carrie Underwood seemed happy to be doing a fashion gig at Peter Som’s early show Thursday morning.
“I never seem to make it here. It always seems I’m at something like the Grammys (aww) or something like that,” said the Grammy Award-winning (10, in fact) singer who was wearing a pinky-peach Ted Baker shift with a pearl-embellished neckline. Her hair, in soft waves was “easy and messy.”
Underwood,...Read more »
Red-head Carrie Preston, who plays the ditsy, but brilliant Elsbeth Tascioni on CBS-hit “The Good Wife” and waitress Arlene on HBO’s “True Blood,” sat front and center at the Tadashi Shoji show Thursday afternoon dressed in a fitted, coppery sheath by the designer that likely neither of her characters would wear.
“Oh Elsbeth would never wear this,” Preston said. “There’s always an extra frill...Read more »
Philip Seymour Hoffman, dead at 46 of an apparent heroin overdose, was widely considered one of the best actors of the modern era. With a long resume of theatrical productions, films and awards, including a best actor Oscar, this was an actor whose future didn't seem merely promising, it seemed guaranteed. We’ve now lost countless astounding performances that Hoffman surely would have given, but...Read more »