Christmas time is here! And while it may be tempting to spend all your free time sipping hot chocolate by the fire, there are way too many good movies coming out this month not to make your way to the theaters. There are historical dramas, tales of divided families and, of course, a couple of comedies to keep you laughing into the new year. While big names like Nicole Kidman and Christian Bale are delivering performances certain to garner awards attention, we've got out eyes on the nostalgic reboots coming up this month. Emily Blunt's bout as Mary Poppins and Tyra Banks' reprisal of her role as the Eve doll in Life-Size are sure to bring the vintage feels. VIDEO: Emily Blunt Looked Like an '80s Bride at the Mary Poppins Returns Premiere Click through to check out the movies we're most excited to see this month.
While we can no longer revel in the excitement of premiere season, November is still full of surprises, old and new. Promising new series (with big-screen talent) are coming to Showtime, Amazon, and AMC this month, while old standbys like House of Cards and Outlander are returning with hotly anticipated new seasons. Scroll down below for the best of November 2018 TV.
Fashion and film's best and brightest gathered at Los Angeles's Getty Museum on Monday evening for a celebration of 2018's most influential talents. Honorees included actress Julia Roberts, designer Clare Waight Keller, Crazy Rich Asians star Constance Wu, and stylist Elizabeth Stewart. Take a peek at the evening's couture-clad guests. VIDEO: See Every Incredible Look from the 2018 InStyle Awards
8 Friends Co-Stars Who Dated IRL
No beloved TV series would truly make the grade without some sexual tension between its cast members. Though none of the core Friends dated (publicly, at least), a few of the main crew canoodled with guest stars. Before you inevitably ask, no, no one dated Gunther. We’re upset about it, too. VIDEO: Jennifer Aniston on What She Thinks Central Perk Would Look Like Today Scroll down below for a look at five couples who once co-starred on Friends.
Splitting Hairs is our monthlong exploration of hair based on a survey of women across America. It’s like you brought a photo to the salon — we’re giving you exactly what you want.
There's no denying it: Julia Roberts has a timeless beauty. I mean, that smile? Come on! But if you take a look at her fashion choices, you'll see that her sense of style is just as timeless as her effortless beauty. Case in point: Roberts knows how to rock a tailored suit better than any leading lady (or guy, for that matter). Plus she always gets it right when it comes to choosing accessories. Some of her handbags and sunglasses from the '90s could totally work today. Don't believe us? See for yourself and shop the Hollywood stars best looks below. VIDEO: Julia Roberts Plays A Game of This Or That
Serge Normant doesn't like giving advice. After all, if he had listened to well-meaning colleagues early in his career, he wouldn't be where he is today. And where he is—as a top Hollywood stylist, salon owner, and creator of a luxe hair-care line—is pretty extraordinary. "I was told I didn't have the right personality, the right look, that I was so shy," he says. "Maybe they were trying to protect me. They said, 'Maybe just work in a salon and you'll be fine.' But I wanted so much more." Turns out his elegant, sincere presence has helped make him one of the industry's top talents for decades and the go-to pro for stars like Sarah Jessica Parker and Julia Roberts. "Serge has a beautiful energy and approach to creating style," says Roberts. "Hair is such an intrinsic basis of how we feel, and Serge loves to make everyone look their best. Our collaborative life together is special because we are such close friends." [tiImage img-pos="1" image_style="684xflex" align="left"] "Serge taught me to always have fun at work, the beauty of time-tested loyalty, and to never underestimate the need for a portable leaf blower." —Julia Roberts Normant's first attraction to hair "was seeing women walk in and out of salons." After he showed interest, he and his mother visited the local spot where he would get his hair cut, and Normant became an apprentice there. Within months he had learned how to do cuts, perms, and highlights, and later he attended the L'Oréal school in Paris. "I did everything, and at the end of the day I'd clean the windows. It was the '80s; that's how it worked, and I loved every minute." VIDEO: Julia Roberts's Changing Looks [brightcove:4978407716001 player_1] RELATED: The Shoes Julia Roberts Has Been Wearing for Years Normant ventured to New York and maintained a freelance career before he eventually signed with an agency. As he was creating iconic looks and big hair moments into the '90s supermodel era, Normant's star got bigger, but his ego didn't. "I just wanted to be on a great team and create great images. I never cared about being known. I didn't even know it was possible." [tiImage img-pos="3" image_style="684xflex" align="left"] "He brings unyielding enthusiasm, skill, and discipline, which have inspired a generation of hairstylists. He is a fierce collaborator but also my beloved and honored friend." —Sarah Jessica Parker He remained in demand, styling Parker's hair for her 2000 MTV Movie Awards hosting gig ("I was so sick. I had to throw up every place I could. Now we laugh about what happened," he recalls). And three years ago he opened the Serge Normant at John Frieda salon in Manhattan's Chelsea district. [tiImage img-pos="2" image_style="684xflex" align="left"] Inside the Serge Normant at John Frieda salon in Chelsea But whether he's tousling SJP's waves or reinventing a working mom's lob in his atelier, Normant stays true to himself and connects while he creates. "I see Julia married with three amazing kids. We've known each other over 25 years. It's the same thing with Sarah. How gorgeous it is for me to still be working with people I've known for that long. That's called friendship. That's called life. And I'm inspired by that." Serge's Must-Haves