Olatz Lopez Garmendia and Julian Schnabel - A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived for the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival world premiere of 'Live From New York' which was held at The Beacon Theatre in New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 15th April 2015
The leading man of upcoming crime comedy 'Inherent Vice' Joaquin Phoenix posed alongside Patricola Public Relations founder Susan Patricola and the film's premiere held at the 52nd New York Film Festival. In the movie, Phoenix plays private detective Doc Sportello, whose new case comes in the form of his ex girlfriend.
'Inherent Vice' actor Owen Wilson donned a stand-out beige suit at the premiere of the crime comedy movie held at the 52nd New York Film Festival. Wilson stars as government informant Coy Harlingen in the movie, which is based on the 2009 book of the same name by Thomas Pynchon.
Demi Moore's new boyfriend is 26 years-old. That's 3 years younger than her ex-husband Ashton Kutcher - as Alan Partridge might say, "Cashback". Ok, so art dealer Vito Schnabel might not be as rich as the Two and a Half Men star, but we reckon he's still got a healthy bank balance.
They reportedly got together at a lavish 50th birthday party in India, thrown by supermodel Naomi Campbell for her billionaire boyfriend Vladimir Doronin. A source said, "They were dancing and grinding all over each other, openly, in front of other guests." So who is this mysterious art dealer? Here's 7 things you should know about Demi's new love, Vito Schnabel.
1. He's only 26. Ok, so we've already gone through this, but it's probably worth repeating. It pretty much sets in stone the long held theory that Moore loves a younger man.
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What do you do when your much younger husband cheats on you, leaves you and then starts dating Mila Kunis?
Well… duh! You go get an even younger boyfriend, of course! Preferably one that lives an enviable lifestyle as an art dealer. And that, dear readers, appears to be exactly what Demi Moore has decided to do. Not only is she apparently stringing out her divorce from Ashton Kutcher for as long as she possibly can, but she’s twisting the knife by dating someone 24 years younger than her.
Vito Schnabel, 26 and Demi Moore, 50, were spotted dancing very intimately together, back at the start of November, as Naomi Campbell’s boyfriend (Vladimir Doronin)’s party in Jodhpur, India, the New York Post have reported. Other stars at the party included Diana Ross, Bob Geldof and Kate Moss but the ones grabbing all the attention were Demi and her new young lover Vito. One fellow guest told the Post “They were dancing and grinding all over each other, openly, in front of other guests.”
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Alas, the subject of Before Night Falls is likely not a name you'll be familiar with anyway, but there he is, a speechless little boy playing in a pit dug in the ground. As it turns out, Reinaldo Arenas was an acclaimed Cuban author, and I have to take the press notes' word on that, as I've never heard of the guy. His life certainly appears to have been filled with adventure and tragedy, as many Cuban lives undoubtedly have been. Outcast as a youth for his interest in writing and his predilection for the male gender, Arenas was persecuted, imprisoned, exiled, and infected (apparently with AIDS, though it's never really specified). And all the while he just wants to write his poetry and novels. Perhaps the best scene in the film has Arenas floating in escape from one round in prison, his manuscript tied to his waist in a plastic bag.
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That something is a base level of information about Jean Michel Basquiat, a Haitian artisté in the early '80s who became Andy Warhol's favorite son. (What is it with Warhol movies this year?) Basquiat rose from living in a cardboard box and decorating the streets of New York with cryptic graffiti to a high-profile yet short-lived career in the highest of art circles. All before his not-too-untimely death at the age of 27 from a (take a guess) heroin overdose.
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