Pictures of Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman on the set of The Other Boleyn Girl, an adaption of the book of the same name. Portman is playing Anne Boleyn, with Johansson in the title role.
Since the costume-porn is minimal on that one, I’ll throw in some scans of Kirsten Dunst in Vogue pimping Marie Antoinette.
Our own Caitlin (as Elizabeth) and Rogue (as Barbossa) in the award-winning Pirates of the Caribbean Masquerade at the San Deigo Comic-Con. Shiny!
Costumes from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Also, if you happen to be in or near Los Angeles in the next few months, the Fashion Insitute of Design & Merchandising is displaying costumes from several 2005 releases, including ROTS, Serenity, King Kong, The Corpse Bride, and others. (via The Daily Digest)
Vanity Fair has Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley naked on the latest cover. This is the infamous cover shoot that Rachel McAdams walked out of and really… Can you blame her? The creepy (clothed) guy that replaced her is Tom Ford, the issue’s guest editor.
Paradox now controls Robert E. Howard film rights. Come on, is the world really clamoring for more Conan?
Ewan McGregor to star as one of Hitchcock’s leading men in biopic of the director.
Variety reports that Episode III Costume Designer Trisha Biggar has been nominated by the Costume Designers Guild for Excellence in Fantasy Film. She’s up against the costume designers of Batman Begins, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and Sin City. Hyperspace members can read the full story here.
Biggar discussed Episode III costumes with Variety earlier this week.
Obi Wan’s cloak found in ‘fancy dress shop’, which is apprently British for costume shop. It was rented out as a monk’s robe and worn by an extra in The Mummy.
No word on how they know it’s authentic…
ETA: The BBC to the rescue!