Julie Miller
Julie Miller
Julie Miller is a Senior Features Writer for Vanity Fair. She covers most things entertainment including awards season, film festivals, Hollywood events, and celebrity news. julie_miller@condenast.comSource
New York City, NY
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Looking Back on Anthony Bourdain and Asia Argento’s Roller-Coaster Romance

Looking Back on Anthony Bourdain and Asia Argento’s Roller-Coaster Romance

When Morgan Neville was making Roadrunner, his documentary about Anthony Bourdain, the Oscar-winning filmmaker spoke to many in Bourdain’s inner circle about the TV personality’s final months—specifically about Bourdain’s romantic relationship with the Italian actor Asia Argento. Michael Steed, a Parts Unknown director, recalled how Bourdain met Argento in 2016 while filming a season-eight episode set in her home town of Rome. At the time, Bourdain was rebounding from his second divorce, and seemed to immediately fall for Argento, who was about 20 years his junior. “When Tony met Asia, he...

Jul 16
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Inside Kate Winslet’s ‘Mare of Easttown’ Pennsylvania Accent

Inside Kate Winslet’s ‘Mare of Easttown’ Pennsylvania Accent

On the first episode of , HBO’s new series premiering Sunday, Kate Winslet takes us on a journey—into the blue-collar boroughs of southeastern Pennsylvania and, more specifically, onto the roller coaster of the Delaware County dialect. The ride begins when Winslet’s character, a detective named Mare Sheehan, makes a meal out of the word “overdose” early in the first episode—drawing it out to sound something like “aye-oh-ver-dough-se”—and careens through unexpected loops and valleys of unfamiliar sounds through the show’s seven episodes.After hearing this head-scratching dialect, Vanity Fair...

Apr 18
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India Oxenberg Opens Up About Her Family’s NXIVM Nightmare: “It’s Like Freaking Shakespeare”

India Oxenberg Opens Up About Her Family’s NXIVM Nightmare: “It’s Like Freaking Shakespeare”

India Oxenberg was not prepared for what she found on the flash drives.It was the summer of 2018, and India had recently returned to the Malibu home of her mother, Dynasty actor Catherine Oxenberg, after spending seven years in Keith Raniere’s secretive group .Though Raniere had been arrested months prior, and the nefarious details of NXIVM and its master-slave sex cult DOS had been reported by outlets like the and , the 27-year-old still believed what she had been told by Raniere and his coconspirator Allison Mack: that DOS, to which Oxenberg had pledged herself, was her only path to total...

Oct 13
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