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    Ghislaine Maxwell's defense delivered closing arguments Monday afternoon, telling the jury in her sex trafficking trial that the British socialite is 'an innocent woman wrongfully accused of crimes she did not commit.' In her closing remarks, Maxwell's lawyer Laura Menninger said: 'The government has failed to prove any charge beyond a reasonable doubt and the only correct verdict in this case is not guilty on each count.' The defense again attempted to discredit the accounts of the four accusers, as Menninger stated, 'The evidence has established what we told you it would, that the stories relied on by the government are erroneous memories, manipulation and money. But in this case the order is reversed. The money brought the accusers to the FBI where their personal injury lawyers sat right there.' As for how Maxwell was portrayed, Menninger said that she had been made to look like 'Cruella de Vil and the Devil Wears Prada all wrapped up into one'. Such a portrait was 'as old as Hollywood', Menninger said. Ghislaine Maxwell's defense delivered closing arguments Monday afternoon In her closing remarks,...
    Simon Baker has admitted he's never watched The Devil Wears Prada, despite starring in the iconic film 15 years ago.  Appearing on Tuesday's Today show, the Australian actor, 52, appeared visibly uncomfortable when quizzed by co-host Sylvia Jeffreys about the iconic movie.   'I read, and I need you to set the record straight on this, that you you never watched the film:' Sylvia said, prompting Simon to sheepishly reply: 'I haven't. That's true.'  'I haven't. That's true': Simon Baker, 52, (pictured) admitted on Wednesday's Today show that he's never watched The Devil Wears Prada, despite starring in the iconic film 15 years ago  'Oh, it's a cracker. You should change that!' co-host David Campbell exclaimed.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Simon Baker reveals why he's ditching Hollywood in favour of... Simon Baker's ex Laura May Gibbs goes surfing in Byron... Simon Baker's ex Laura May Gibbs poses up a storm in a... Simon Baker's ex Laura May Gibbs breaks her silence on their... Share this article Share 'Yeah...  I've heard it's...
    When Lauren Weisberger first stepped out of the lift and on to the 12th floor of Conde Nast’s midtown building, the 22-year-old English graduate could have had no idea how extraordinary a turn her life was about to take. Nor could she have known that her new role as personal assistant-cum-‘lackey’ to the best-dressed woman in the world — Vogue editor Anna Wintour — would end up defining an entire cultural moment. While there have been other workplace tell-alls, none of their authors has taken a job that involved ‘faxing, filing, getting coffee’ and keeping their boss’s life running as smoothly as possible, and then fashioned it into a writing career that’s given them a net worth estimated at around £4 million. The Devil Wears Prada was Lauren’s debut novel and became an instant bestseller on its publication in 2003. It sold around 13 million copies in 34 countries and spent a year on the New York Times bestseller list. It was then followed by a hit film starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway, which grossed more than £235 million...
    The International Herald Tribune isn't a newspaper anymore. 20th Century Fox "The Devil Wears Prada" came out in 2006, but fans still may not have caught these sneaky details.  There are several fashion-related references throughout the movie.  Famous New York establishments and real publications also made their way into the movie. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    (CNN)"The Devil Wears Prada" just wouldn't be the same without Anne Hathaway.But Hathaway, who played the lead role of Andy Sachs, a wide-eyed assistant to Meryl Streep's Miranda Priestly at a high-fashion glossy magazine, almost wasn't cast. In a 15th anniverary oral history of the movie, the cast told Entertainment Weekly some behind-the-scenes secrets on the hit film. Director David Frankel, who adapted Lauren Weisberger's massively successful book of the same name, said Streep was signed on, but they needed their Andy. Rachel McAdams, Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman, Kate Hudson and Kirsten Dunst were all on the list."We started negotiating with Annie to make a deal, and that didn't go well with the studio.... We offered it to Rachel McAdams three times. The studio was determined to have her, and she was determined not to do it," Frankel told EW.Read MoreHathaway campaigned for the role, calling and visiting studio executives to try to convince them to give her the part. "It spoke to me. It made me feel. It was about a subject that I take very seriously, but in...
    Rachel McAdams (left) and Anne Hathaway (right). Charles Sykes/Invision/AP/Disney David Frankel, the film's director, said Rachel McAdams was "determined" not to take the role. Other actors, including Natalie Portman and Kate Hudson, were also considered for the role.  Anne Hathaway had to campaign to convince studio executives she was right for the film.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Rachel McAdams was offered the role of Andy Sachs in "The Devil Wears Prada" three times before it went to Anne Hathaway, the movie's director revealed in a new interview. The 2006 fashion comedy, which is set within a fictional magazine modeled on Vogue, turns 15 this year, and all of the film's key cast members, including Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, and director David Frankel spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the making of the cult classic.  According to Frankel, Fox 2000, the studio that produced the film, wanted an established actor for the role of Andy Sachs. The studio wasn't keen on Hathaway, who at the time was known for roles in teen-oriented films such as "The Princess...
    As one of the most fashion-focused films of the 21st century, The Devil Wears Prada features clothes and accessories from the likes of Chanel, Zac Posen, and — of course — Prada, but the studio had trouble finding designers who would with them over fears of angering Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.    The 2006 film starring Meryl Streep as icy editor-in-chief Miranda Priestly was adapted from Lauren Weisberger's 2003 novel of the same name. The bestseller was a scathing roman à clef of her experience as Wintour's assistant, and fashion insiders were hesitant to get involved.  'There were [initially] no designers of note who would appear in the film,' director David Frankel told Entertainment Weekly during the cast's reunion. They just didn't want to incur the wrath of Anna.' Looking back: David Frankel has opened up about directing The Devil Wears Prada, saying they had trouble finding fashion designers who wanted to be a part of the 2006 film  Frankel said designers 'just didn't want to incur the wrath' of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who inspired the movie's icy Runway editor-in-chief Miranda...
    Today it would be unthinkable that some other actress gave life to these roles, but at the start of the production one of the pillars that supports the plot, Anne was not the first option to embody ‘Andrea’, it was nothing less than the ninth, thus He revealed it during his virtual visit to the ‘RuPaul Drag Race’ show. “No matter who it is, I still get hives (from my nerves before appearing in front of people)”, shared with fun Hathaway, who also accepted that contrary to expectations, “it makes me very nervous to speak in public”, so she used her formula for calming down when this happens: getting her hair done. The question was very specific for the expected revelation to arrive: “Have you fought tooth and nail for a character?”, To which Anne answered more seriously: “How much time do you have (to talk)?” And he assured that he has had to fight for many of the roles he has obtained in his career but for one more in particular. In ‘The Devil Wears Prada’, he said: “I...
    Anne Hathaway in "The Devil Wears Prada" (left). 20th Century Fox; Arthur Mola/Invision/AP Anne Hathaway appeared on a recent episode of "RuPaul's Drag Race" to offer advice to contestants. She said she was the "ninth choice" for her now-iconic role of Andy Sachs in "The Devil Wears Prada." Variety previously reported that Rachel McAdams was the studio's first choice.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Anne Hathaway dropped in on the "RuPaul's Drag Race" contestants for Friday's "Rusical" musical episode and managed to spill "some tea" while she was there (virtually). The actress, who has musical experience from her time on "Les Misérables" was there to offer some sage advice to contestants. When one asked if she ever "had to fight tooth and nail" for any of her roles, she revealed that she was the "ninth choice" for her now-iconic role of Andy Sachs in "The Devil Wears Prada." "But I got it," she said triumphantly. "Hang in there. Never (snap) give (snap) up (snap)!" You can watch Hathaway's appearance on "RuPaul's Drag Race" below. In a...
    ‘Roald Dahl’s The Witches’ Star Stanley Tucci On Working With Anne Hathaway Again & Reveals He Was Cast Last In ‘The Devil Wears Prada’     Watch THE DREW BARRYMORE SHOW, weekdays at 4 p.m. on CBS 62. Related
    Netflix has delighted fans after releasing a new trailer for its latest romantic comedy series, which stars Lily Collins as an American marketing executive who moves to Paris for work. Emily in Paris, which airs 2nd October on the streaming service, has already drawn comparisons to Sex and the City, Gossip Girl, and the Devil Wears Prada thanks to the stunning looks sported by Lily in the trailer, which Netflix released this week. The show stars Lily, 31, as Emily, an ambitious twenty-something marketing executive from Chicago, who unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing company. But Lily's gorgeous looks including couture little black dresses, designer coats, an array of berets and many mini-skirts has caught the attention of fans. 'I'm getting major Devil Wears Prada vibes and I love it' wrote one fan.
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