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Aubrey Plaza is well on her way to becoming a national treasure. Her portrayal of April Ludgate, whose hipster sarcasm and stoicism hides a big, huge heart, is one of the best things about "Parks and Recreation." She's making quite a name for herself in the world of indie film, too, with acclaimed turns in last year's "Safety Not Guaranteed" and good buzz on this summer's "The To Do List."
Accolade-givers are taking notice of her talents as well, as she's being honored this week at CinemaCon in Las Vegas with the Breakthrough Performer of the Year award. And then there's that stunt she pulled at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards that left even Will Ferrell at a loss for words ... truly, there's no predicting where — or what — this lady will do next.
You know what? Aubrey should continue her takeover of Hollywood by remaking every movie ever made. Well, at least five, anyway. You've got to start somewhere. See below.
"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is my favorite movie of all time. I thought Audrey Hepburn really captured that character and that the story of love within that film transcends generations, it transcends race, it gives you a real idea of what America was like in the '60s.
"I think when you go back and watch that film, it's ironic that the same type of relationship issues she was dealing with, we're dealing with the same things over 50 years later, and I think that's really an interesting dynamic."
Film stars and fashion go together like a horse and carriage and killer leather riding boots, and while you may live you life in Levi's jeans and Gap tees (no shame in that), you can't help but admire those chosen few who wear next season's styles like they were meant for today.
With "Crazy Stupid Love" hitting DVD and Blu-ray (featuring the ultra-fashionable Mr. Ryan Gosling), we decided it was high time to pay homage to nine movie characters whose personal styles turned the silver screen into the world's biggest runway.
Originally published Sept. 7, 2011.