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Alanis Morissette Talks New Gap Campaign With Her Kids, Plans for the Album and Her Style Evolution as a Mom: ‘Hippie Meets Glam’
In 2005, Alanis Morissette starred in a Gap campaign in which she, Keith Urban, Jason Mraz and John Legend were tapped to sing a rendition of their favorite song to promote the brand’s new line of fall denim. Her pick: “Crazy” by Seal, which she
Oscars Predictions: Documentary Feature – Could Netflix’s ‘American Symphony’ Score Noms Outside Its Category?
Variety Awards Circuit section is the home for all awards news and related content throughout the year, featuring the following: the official predictions for the upcoming Oscars, Emmys, Grammys and Tony Awards ceremonies, curated by Variety senior awards editor Clayton Davis. The prediction pages reflect the current
Cosmos’ IBC-enabled dApps are coming to Avalanche via the Landslide Network protocol. Landslide will release a testnet on November 1. The development will benefit both Cosmos and Avalanche ecosystems. Cosmos Hub (ATOM), Avalanche (AVAX) and more than 100 IBC-enabled chains are set to benefit from
“Bobby’s Triple Threat” has been renewed for a third season at Food Network. Hosted by Bobby Flay and featuring his three culinary “titans” — Tiffany Derry, Michael Voltaggio and Brooke Williamson — the show sees the trio go up against a new guest chef and
The Exchange has picked up world sales rights to “The Islander,” starring Harry Connick Jr. Variety can share an exclusive first look of the romantic feature. The Exchange will be introducing the title to buyers at AFM, which kicks off Oct. and runs through Nov.
Kelly Severide is coming back to the firehouse. Taylor Kinney, who left “Chicago Fire” midway through Season 11, will be back for the upcoming 12th season, Variety confirms. It’s not yet determined how many episodes he will appear in. According to sources, his return will
A musical adaptation of “Watcher in the Woods,” a supernatural horror story about two sisters, a missing girl and the creepy forest that surrounds them, is in the works. Producer Douglas Thompson is developing the stage show, based on the 1976 novel by Florence Engel