Emile Hirsch Directs Music Video For Koga’s “Lucky Man”

The narrative is somewhat vague: In one reading, two men ready for an Internet date—with the more muscular of the two donning a wig and dress because he’s passed himself off as a woman on his profile. As the video ends, his suitor—who reads as fairly genderqueer himself—betrays just the tiniest bit of a smile as he steps inside and meets his date.

The two actors that star in “Lucky Man”—Ace Norton and Frankie Levangie—are friends of Hirsch, and also appeared in Hirsch’s 2011 video for Daft Punk’s “Alive”—which had its own homoerotic vibe.

Below, watch the videos for “Lucky Man” and “Alive”


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Bella Thorne Presents: An MTV Movie Awards Sideshow.

Who knew Bella Thorne has such a diverse BFF network of celebrities? The Disney star pulled together all her resources to pay tribute to the 2014 MTV Movie Award nominees before the big show on MTV.

She calls it: “Bella Thorne Presents: An MTV Movie Awards Sideshow.”

“It’s so weird you’re gonna wanna throw up,” she boasts proudly to a grossed-out MTV “After Hours” host Josh Horowitz.

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Lone Survivor ‘Look Inside’ featurette released

Lone Survivor, the amazing drama starring Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch and Ben Foster is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on June 9th from Universal Pictures (UK). With loads of additional content including featurettes and audio commentary, this is sure to be one of the biggest home entertainment releases of 2014.

To celebrate the release, Universal have released a new featurette entitled ‘Look Inside’ which focuses on the making of the film with cast & crew input.

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Watch Emile Hirsch in Rag & Bone’s Latest Campaign

Rag & Bone’s David Neville and Marcus Wainwright took their Spring 2014 campaign to the West Coast, enlisitng two of Hollywood’s young elites, French actress Stacy Martin and Emile Hirsch, to give their streamlined sportswear a gritty edge. The ads, photographed once again by Glen Luchford, offer up a “less shiny side of L.A,” as Wainwright puts it and were taken in and around the city’s downtown area. Shot in a decidedly old school style with 35mm and 16mm film, the black and white images make for a stark look at the duo’s Japanese-meets-workwear inspired seasonal lineup. The accompanying teaser videos string the desoloate imagery together, with Hirsch’s focused on the actor dreamily sitting around an abondoned motel and showing off his decent skateboarding skills in the empty pool.

Have a look at our exclusive clip, below.


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