6 of the Most Controversial Vanity Fair Covers TOM FORD, SCARLETT JOHANSON, KIERA KNIGHTLEY, MARCH Read More. ohh so he played *himself*:rolleyes: anyways, thanks for the photo. Nooone here has posted Tom's pictures in VF I found one tinee tiny one of TF -dangerously. March vanity fair magazine tom ford scarlett johansson keira knightley view online download pdf for free without subscriptions annie leibovitz / by , .
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Vanity Fair's March Issue. Tom Ford's New Hollywood: The Portfolio . In a year when the stars of Oscar broadcasts past are being. Incredible page edition of Vanity Fair guest-edited by Tom Ford! Quite possibly the best (and sexiest!) issue of VF ever, this issue starts with a triple- foldout. By March , both Scarlett Johansson, who was 21 at the time, and Keira Knightley, then 20, were quickly becoming household names.
I'll be really very grateful. It still has Miscellaneous Material Associated with Weaving, Textiles, and Posted April 21, John Leso ; involvement in the torture and abuse of detainees e. In July , Dr. Behnke and the Ethics Office hosted a private meeting for a small group of
I've never seen anyone suggest that Sharman is Irish. Has someone just confused that with the fact that Keira refers to herself as "Black Scottish", persumably a variation on black Irish?
In the first paragraph of this article, it is mentioned that, in , Keira Knightley became very well known because of two films. The issue I have is that the Pirates of the Caribbean is referred to as a trilogy at this point in the article.
Now, I'm not saying that PotC is not a trilogy, but that the first movie should be referred to in this instance because it was the first movie that made her famous, not the trilogy. I wanted to mention it before I made any action to change the sentence in the article itself. AlexOUK There seems to be quite a few references to Rotten Tomatoes film ratings in the article. I wonder if we're giving the site undue prominence and thus perhaps not such a balanced article?
Kevin Judson Why is Bend it like Beckham noted in the filmography list as her American breakthrough. As far as I am aware it was her breakthrough everywhere and fail to so see why America is mentioned. This was her breakthrough film, full stop. I'm taking the word America out, if anyone has a reasonable reason to add it reply here. Second, next to the reference part about her supporting West Ham there is an unreference statement saying her favourite footballer is formet Liverpool player Igor Biscan.
If this had said Steven Gerrard, David Beckham, Ronaldihio, Zinadine Zidane etc I might not have battered an eyelid, but to say her fave footballer was a gangly, slightly usless, Croatian bit part player at Liverpool and not reference it is a little dodgy. JimmyMac82 Seriously, all those brackets just look silly.
Also, the ' I would change it myself but I don't know the original quote if it even is one and I know hardly anything about Keira Knightley at all, so I think I'll mess it up. Could somebody who actually knows how to do that properly do it? Allthecoolnamesweretaken The brackets can't be taken away, because the quote was made in first person, but the article is in third person. In order for it to make sense, and to keep the article written in third person, the brackets have to be there, because otherwise, you confuse the reader into thinking that the article is suddenly talking about the writer if the original quote is kept with the "I"s or the reader might think that the original quote had all the "She"s and "Her"s which would mean that Knightley was talking about herself in third person.
SonicTiff talk How come there is no mention of the scene where she shows her breasts in 'The Hole' when she was 16?
I know the age of consent in Britain is 16, but in the U. Daniel Chiswick talk LIKE HELL IT IS that was a british movie keira is british and so its totally fine there are lots of page three models that are years old doesn't mean anything if a american celeb got drunk in britian under 21 they wouldn't go to jail cause it is agianst the law in america would they as they aren't doing anything wrong download the laws of the country they was in at the time.
Only if keira went topless in a amercian movie or magazine under 18 would it be wrong and keria wouldn't be the one getting into trouble the person that took the picture or filmed it would think R-Kelly Veggiegirl talk I heard they were getting married!
Maybe this is just celebrity gossip Sorry I didn't sign, I'm not logged in: Working for Him —Preceding unsigned comment added by If you want it on there so bad, why don't you do it? One of the episodes including the "Crazy Hat Dance" mentions Keira.
Could someone add that? There is no evidence to back this claim up. Please remove it.
But obviously i can't stop you changing it back. Amo talk OK, so in a robot chicken episode, some guy gets killed and hopes to come back as Kiera Knightley's underwear. At first I just thought this was a regular one-time joke, but then I saw something along the same lines about her underwear in another show I forgot which one. So I'm wondering if this is some sort of running joke or something?
Where does this rhubarb diet nonsense come from? She's never said anything like that. Not in Vanity Fair and not anywhere else. Why isn't there an awards box for this article? It seems like she's won enough to warrant it. Dukeofwulf talk Anybody see it, it is a little "extreme" for kids, but it's really important and should be addressed.
JoeLoeb talk It says according to some articles, yet it only cites one. It also sites one that has no reliable information, and generally this info doesn't even belong in her article. Maybe if he had his own, he could have that there.
Heading Keira Knightley's performance in The Misanthrope as "critically acclaimed" is a straight-forward peacock phrase. It doesn't tell us who did the acclaiming, doesn't explain why it was so acclaimed, and it's a phrase not even used in the cite provided. Indeed, reviews have been mixed, although generally positive.
But it is way over the top and not neutral to call it 'acclaimed' on the strength of a single cherry-picked review. If we're to allow this, it would be equally valid to lead with her debut performance being "not unduly stretched" cite: The Guardian.
Can we not just remove this and let the reviews speak for themselves? I still think you should add the full quote on what The Guardian said about her performance. You already mentioned the Daily Mail stating a negative one, however if you read the guardian review, it was mostly a positive review and that statement where she gave a credible performance should be added. I'm sorry but it makes no sense NOT to add that part. Thats why i feel that it should be changed to "The Guardian, noted that due to the nature of the role "one could say that she is not unduly stretched" but also added "Even if she doesn't always know what to do with her hands, she gives a perfectly creditable performance.
If you're gonna quote someone get the whole thing. I made an edit to the part about the reception of what the Guardian stated because it's more appropriate since you are quoting them. The Guardian, noted that due to the nature of the role "one could say that she is not unduly stretched" but also stated "Even if she doesn't always know what to do with her hands, she gives a perfectly creditable performance. This is a more accurate statement. Especially in contrast towards the generally positive reviews.
I know it's cited, but something is wrong with the quote "The Academy Award nomination made her the third-youngest performer ever nominated. But Keira was 20 when nominated for that Oscar. SumnerH talk Either Teddington or Sandy. Either the "Early life" section or the infobox is right, but it can't be both.
Can someone have a look and make the correction? Jared Preston talk Knightley has stated in several interviews the circumstances of her birth, for which Sharmond and Will Knightley agreed to a bet that they would only have a child Keira if Sharmond sold a play.
I think this is an interesting bit of info that we could squeeze into the biography. Sounds trivial. Are there any reliable sources? Wlmg talk So yes one person but acting as two characters later revealed to be one.
It's something of a plot hole in the Phantom Menace that the Jedi didn't notice she had the first name as the queen. The fact that queen decoy Sabe Knightley dubs the Queen's dialogue in varying releases make it more confusing. Moreover this whole ruse in the Phantom Menace was designed to confuse, and apparently worked in the real world as well.
The section could use some clarification for all it would do. This notification is provided by a Bot -- CommonsNotificationBot talk This article does not merit its GA status, which it acquired back in when standards were very different and all it took was this quite cursory review. In particular, the article is in acute violation of WP: WIAGA 2a and 2b, with at least ten "citation needed" flags currently present. In addition, one of the main sources that is used is a Biography Today series volume, which are intended for juvenile audiences and may not be especially reliable.
The article also has trouble with respect to WIAGA 3a, in that the very first sentence says that she's a model, yet nothing in the article ever describes any modeling career. And the lead section has a problem with WIAGA 4, in that it stresses her positive notices to the exclusion of the negative ones such as for The Misanthrope.
In terms of writing style, there are problems with WIAGA 1, in that there are too many short, choppy, one- or two-sentence paragraphs, especially in the later sections.
Although Uma Thurman, Kate Winslet and Scarlett Johansson all do fine jobs — going for bored opulence, furious judgement and distracted constipation respectively — the winner was ultimately judged to be Claire Danes, who died. Things were so fraught, in fact, that Vanity Fair was reduced to putting minor stars like Monica Potter, Vinessa Shaw and Barry Pepper on the cover of its most prestigious issue.
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He also swamped Hoover in the electoral vote, to But the new president would not be sworn in until March , as was then the custom. Vanity Fair, meanwhile, offered a Valentine caricature on its February cover depicting the new president-elect and his former foe, Vice President-elect John Nance Garner, a U.
Congressman from Texas and then Speaker of the House. This cover was another from artist Miguel Covarrubias who by this date had already done a number of caricatures for VF covers, as well as inside pieces see artist profile below. FDR, meanwhile, had begun his fireside chats on radio as a way to directly communicate with the American people.
Artist: Vladimir Bobritsky. Related to the banking and financial issues was gold and gold trading. In the s, European governments and the U. But a rise in demand for gold through had a depressionary effect on the price of goods. Abandonment of gold standard, it was thought, would allow more money to be put into circulation, though creating mild inflation.
Soon, governments began abandoning the gold standard; the U. K did so in September , with Sweden shortly thereafter and other European nations somewhat later. At his inauguration, and as one of his emergency actions in March , Roosevelt had put an embargo on the withdrawal of gold for export or domestic use. This caused the dollar to decline in foreign exchanges, but commodities and stocks rose in the American market. The net effect was to make money more available to Americans and thereby, stimulate the economy.
In the U. Markets responded well to the suspension, although initially it was assumed to be temporary. There would be continued debate for a time on the pros and cons of the gold standard, but the U.