Today, AOL Originals unveiled three all-new episodes of its 10-episode comedy “Making a Scene With James Franco,” an innovative comedy showcasing Academy Award nominee James Franco’s recreation of cinema’s most iconic moments. Whether it’s an irreverent twist on genre or a mash-up of two entirely different scenes, the series throws convention out the window and in the end delivers a truly unique— and always hilarious —twist on cinematic history. The latest installments of “Making a Scene”—all available now—deliver a trio of fresh mashups, including “I’m the King of Wayne’s World,” an absurdist look at what happens when “Wayne’s World” poses as “Titanic”; “Forrest to the Future,” a glimpse at what might have been if “Back to the Future’s” Doc Brown took a journey with the titular Forrest Gump; and “I’m the One That I Want,” a new, narcissistic slant on mega-musical “Grease.” Making a Scene With James Franco is a 10-episode comedy on AOL Originals.
- NAME Laura Schreffler
- BIO Laura Schreffler may not have been born in Los Angeles, but she considers herself to be a tried and true California girl. This former columnist, celebrity editor and pop culture expert plans on riding off into the Hollywood sunset as she enjoys the life of a gal about (Tinsel)town as the Los Angeles Editor of Haute Living. She lives to travel, loves beauty, adventure sports and being mischievous. Her first book - a dating guide - will be published this fall.
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We sat down with Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger to chat about her eponymous handbag line—which is sold exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue—the best business advice she’s received from her hubby and, of course, luxury.
Artists, philanthropists, gallerists, collectors, and entertainment world notables gathered at the Hammer Museum’s Gala in the Garden party on Saturday for the ultimate celebration of art. The star-studded, Bottega Veneta-presented fete honored both artist Mark Bradford and musician Joni Mitchell and included tributes from Sarah Lewis and Cameron Crowe as well as a performance by Sia.