The silver screen star didn't let the drizzle dampen her spirits at the European premiere of 'Judy'.
From plastic surgery to Harvey Weinstein, no topic was off-limits in Renee Zellweger's new interview with Vulture.
Hollywood loves to cast illustrious stars as famous historical figures, even though it doesn’t always care if the former necessarily resembles the latter (see, for instance, 2015’s Steve Jobs, in which Michael Fassbender doesn’t look much like the Apple visionary). That’s most definitely not the case with the upcoming biopic Judy, in which Renée Zellweger will step into the legendary shoes of Judy Garland — a role that, as proven by today’s first photo from the production, will benefit from the fact that Zellweger is nearly indistinguishable from the cinematic icon. Inspired by that stunning snapshot’s debut, we’ve compiled a rundown of the finest instances of actors becoming the spitting image of their real-life artist and politician characters.
Believe it or not, it’s been 15 years since Renee Zellweger first brought our favorite singleton/wanton sex goddess to the silver screen.Yesterday, the 47-year-old hit the bright pink carpet to celebrate the London premiere of the third Bridget Jones flick, “Bridget Jones’ Baby,” looking v. glamorous in an asymmetrical satin gabardine frock from designer Shciaparelli’s Fall 2016 Couture line. Zellweger, 47, paired the midi-length dress with simple, strappy heels that brought understated elegance to the look. Back in 2001, the star attended the premiere of the iconic, original “Bridget Jones’ Diary” in another midi dress, this one long-sleeved and black with alternating sheer and opaque panels.
Renée Zellweger became a Hollywood sensation 20 years ago as the woman who completed Tom Cruise’s obsessive sports agent in Jerry Maguire. After a six-year hiatus from acting, Zellweger, now 47, is about to reprise her most famous role in the threequel Bridget Jones’s Baby, which opens next month.With Zellweger back in the limelight promoting the film ? and taking on critics focused on her physical appearance ? we look back at the Oscar winner’s red carpet moments over the past two decades.
In a scathing article published on Monday, the Daily Mail picks apart Academy Award-winning actress Renée Zellweger for the crime of taking a bad photo while being 47 years old.
Renee Zellweger was on top form as she greeted fans during a press call in Sydney on Monday. The Hollywood actress chose a demure and chic burgundy polka dot dress for the Sydney Harbor event, where she was joined by her handsome Bridget Jones’s Baby co-star, Patrick Dempsey. With her blonde hair tousled into loose waves, and wearing just a hint of makeup, 47-year-old Renee smiled as she waved to fans who had gathered at the venue, before happily signing autographs along with Patrick.
It’s Vintage Week at Yahoo Style! In honor of our favorite environmentally friendly way to make sure you’re never wearing the same outfit as anyone else, we’re bringing you insider intel on the best vintage — what to look for, where to find it, and how to make the most money when selling yours. Stay tuned all week for more.The red carpet is where we look for the most “aspirational” fashion — that is to say, the most outlandishly expensive and out of reach. For well-connected stars, custom-made couture gowns or dresses from collections not yet available in stores are standard fare. In this, the era of the superstar stylist, it’s rare to see a true curveball on the red carpet — unless, of course, a celeb opts for vintage.For stars who can pull it off, vintage dresses can be a shortcut to standing out on the red carpet. They neatly avoid the trap of looking too on-trend. They can be as luxurious and museum-worthy as a 1950s Dior or Balmain design, or as simple as a body-skimming ’90s Alaïa dress. For advanced practitioners like Winona Ryder, they can even be $10 thrift scores. In honor of Vintage Week, we rounded up 11 stars who made vintage finds look like a million bucks — even when they cost a tenner.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.