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Malibu Magazine Vol. 15 Issue 1 covershoot. Behind the scenes with Ruth Wilson.
Heretofore, the US media has had only the trailers and clips in Polish with no subtitles to help them to find their way. When the English-language (and not incidentally laurel-bedecked) trailer hit, then that logline reared its head.
Okay Kaya — the incredibly talented and incidentally beautiful New Jersey-born, Norway-bred, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter — finds her escape in the monistic void seconds after waking up in the morning.
10 questions for the legendary producer who has worked with Bowie, T. Rex, U2, Thin Lizzy, Morrissey and many others.
We spoke with writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn in 2016 upon the release of his film The Neon Demon.
The endearingly humble Wilson, who can often seem as in awe of his music as his fans are, is was touring Pet Sounds live on the occasion of the record’s 50th anniversary, and we were lucky enough to catch him for a rare chat in between tour dates.
Diego Luna gives us his take on the relevance of the Star Wars message in our current political climate.
In Tim Burton’s new film, Miss Peregrine’s School for Peculiar Children, the young British actor Ella Purnell plays Emma Bloom, a teenage “peculiar” who can control air.
The glamorous spirit of adventure of the house’s iconic luggage, trunks and accessories for the voyage have been captured in a furniture line.
On the set of a photoshoot for the November/December issue with the star of Rouge One: A Star Wars Story.