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02.26.09 - Pictures of Milla performing "The Mission" at Puscifer's show at The Pearl in Las Vegas on February 13, 2009! The studio version of the song can be heard at puscifer.com. Milla also sings on the Renholder remix of The Cure's "Underneath The Stars" with Puscifer on the Underworld: Rise of the Lycans soundtrack (Amazon / iTunes).

02.23.09 - Rodarte party, Los Angeles, CA, February 21, 2009:

Oscars, Los Angeles, CA, February 22, 2009:

02.21.09 - Milla attended the Montblanc Signature for Good opening event for the official unveiling of her portrait along with 11 other actresses last night in Los Angeles, CA. Milla posed as Esmeralda from Victor Hugo's classic The Hunchback of Notre Dame to raise funds for United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF):

Video of Milla performing "The Mission" at Puscifer's show at The Pearl in Las Vegas on February 13, 2009. The studio version of the song can be heard at puscifer.com. Milla also sings on the Renholder remix of The Cure's "Underneath The Stars" with Puscifer on the Underworld: Rise of the Lycans soundtrack (available at Amazon / iTunes). From IGN.com's review:

Perhaps the most compelling performance of the show was of the all-new track, "The Mission." For one, "The Mission" is easily Puscifer's most sophisticated entry to-date with complex vocal layering and a memorable piano progression, but it also features the talents of actress/singer Milla Jovovich. While Jovovich is most recognized for her roles in the Resident Evil film series, she is also an impressive singer. Jovovich's vocal style is much like her speaking voice - smooth, sweet, and sometimes raspy. Although this was not her singing debut, her performances are rare, and as one of our favorite videogame-to-film actresses, we were naturally quite enthused.

New York Times Style Magazine (US) Spring 2009 from MK:

More pictures of Milla in The 4th Kind:

Glamour (Russia) March 2009:

From Fashion Week New York 2009: Purple dinner, February 15, 2009 from purple-diary.com:

From Fashion Week New York 2009: Rodarte show, February 17, 2009:

From Fashion Week New York 2009: Giorgio Armani store opening, February 18, 2009:

02.20.09 - Picture of Milla in The 4th Kind from Bloody Disguting:

02.17.09 - From Fashion Week New York 2009: Rodarte show, February 17, 2009:

Muse (Italy) December 2008 from Roby:

02.16.09 - Milla performed "The Mission" at Puscifer's show at The Pearl in Las Vegas on February 13, 2009. The studio version of the song can be heard at puscifer.com. Milla also sings on the Renholder remix of The Cure's "Underneath The Stars" with Puscifer (Maynard James Keenan of Tool and A Perfect Circle) on the Underworld: Rise of the Lycans soundtrack (available at Amazon / iTunes). From VegasNews.com's review:

To start, YES, Milla Jovovich was at the show and performed one song but NO, I have no images. You see, the press photographers are limited to 3 songs no flash and tonight it was only 2 songs (a sad reality of the modern day concert photography situation which I will complain about as long as I can, because frankly it stinks as we miss all the good stuff!) and Milla did not come out until he final song of the night. When she did, WOW, it was a high point for sure. She looked stunning and her voice was great. [ full review ]

Milla posed as Esmeralda from Victor Hugo's classic The Hunchback of Notre Dame for the Montblanc Signature for Good charity initiative to raise funds for United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) (Milla will be at the opening event on February 20, 2009 for the official unveiling of her portrait along with 11 other actresses):



Milla discussed the end of Jovovich-Hawk backstage at the Y-3 show (Fashion Week New York 2009) on February 15, 2009 with New York Magazine:

Despite having to close her label, Jovovich-Hawk, earlier this year, Milla Jovovich says she'll be back in the designer saddle soon. Backstage at Y-3, the actress reflected on the end of Jovovich-Hawk: "It was actually really amazing when we were very private and doing everything in-house, sewing all the clothes in-house, but as soon as the orders got too big and we had to outsource, it was disaster with production companies and factories. I mean, we just couldn't handle it," she explained. "We were two artist girls who didn't have our business together." Their Target line, she says, was their big good-bye. "We were like, all right, let's end on a high note."

She plans to design again, but with a bigger house that can take care of production, and has been talking with companies in Europe, although nothing is signed yet. Jovovich has also been dreaming up a line of children's clothing now that she's a mom. "A huge part of my life is dressing my little girl, and I spend way too much money doing it, so I'd like to make an affordable line for other mothers with cute stuff," she said. Her inspiration comes from clothes that her mother sewed for her when she was a child in Russia. "There are some really special pieces that I was photographed in with my mom, like back in the seventies, that are just amazing." She says the kids' clothes will be cool, modern, utilitarian, and definitely mass-market. "Unfortunately, I don't think many moms have the option to buy many great designs unless they spend a lot of money, so I would love to give them that option." Jovovich says she's still trying to find the best deal, but expects to make an announcement next year.


From Fashion Week New York 2009: Y-3 show, February 15, 2009:

From Fashion Week New York 2009: Donna Karan show, February 16, 2009:

Interview (US), March 2009:

2 pictures from Palermo Shooting:

Etro ads from HT:

Milla interviewed her friend Lou Doillon in Interview (US), September 1, 2008.

02.09.09 - Elle (France) April 2007 from HT:

Vogue (Korea) February 2007 from HT:

Madame Figaro (France) May 12, 2007 from HT:

L'Oreal ads (2), Mango ads (2) from HT:

02.07.09 - A Perfect Getaway is now scheduled to be released in August 2009.

Elle (France) February 2009 from HT [ article ]:

El Mercurio (Chile) August 2008 from HT [ article ]:

Cover plus 2 pictures from Heroines (2007) by Bettina Rheims [ Amazon ] from HT. Amazon description:

How do women feel in haute couture? Heroines, Bettina Rheims' 2005 photo series of 50 women sporting the newest Parisian haute couture creations provides answers that range from perplexing to provocative. As usual with Bettina Rheims, this is not about fashion photography. Rather, she allowed her models, by no means all professionals including, for example, Laetitia Casta and Milla Jovovich, to do what they wanted with the fine clothes along the lines of the photographer's de-constructivist concept. Her highly aesthetic pictures subtly undermine a commercial as well as a voyeuristic, male view and reveal fascinatingly disconcerting insights into the world of haute couture and those who wear it.


02.06.09 - Comments from Keep Coming Back director William H. Macy [ MTV article ]:

The drama on Broadway, though, is not the only adversity Macy's facing at the moment. Financing for his directorial debut Keep Coming Back collapsed late last year in the wake of the economic meltdown. The film tells the story of a shy young man who joins an AA group so he can spend time with the love of his life, an alcoholic ex-stripper to be played by Milla Jovovich. Thankfully, Macy said, the entire cast has stayed committed.

"Milla is the bee's knees. And Steve [Buscemi] produces and directs his own stuff, so he knows how these things go. Steve is going to play Satan. He hasn't got any lines, but he's funny as hell." While Macy assembles fresh financing, he's begun to narrow down his male lead prospects to about ten actors, though he declined to drop any names. If all goes according to plan, they'll start shooting in the spring.


02.04.09 - First picture of Milla in The 4th Kind!

More from Vs. (Denmark) Spring/Summer 2009 from HT:




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