Gina Gershon, screen icon and Golden Globe® Award-winner Raquel Welch, Enrico Colantoni and Colm Feore stars in the Lifetime Original Movie "House of Versace", chronicling Donatella Versace’s (Gershon) inspiring triumph over tragedy by carrying on her brother’s powerful legacy after his 1997 slaying.
At first ridiculed by critics worldwide, Donatella falls victim to drug addiction and nearly bankrupts the company. With the help of her family, including daughter Allegra, Aunt Lucia (Raquel Welch) and brother Santo (Colm Feore), she enters rehab to confront her demons and soon comes back stronger than ever to re-ignite the beloved Versace brand with her own vision and builds one of the most powerful and influential fashion houses ever known.
Enrico Colantoni (Gianni Versace)
Based on the Wall Street Journal reporter Deborah Ball’s widely-read book "House of Versace: The Untold Story of Genius, Murder, and Survival", the movie brings to light the story of Donatella, who, following the brazen murder of her brother, world-renowned designer Gianni Versace (Enrico Colantoni) at the height of his success, is suddenly thrust into the spotlight as head designer of his fashion empire.
Raquel Welch (Aunt Lucia)
Colm Feore (Santo Versace)
Following the movie’s premiere, at 10:00pm ET/PT, Lifetime will air the hour-long documentary, "Versace: Beyond the Headlines", providing an in-depth look at Gianni Versace’s start in the fashion business, his incredible rise in such a competitive industry and ultimate creation of the multi-million dollar fashion empire that lives on after his death. The special will include interviews with people who knew Gianni, fashion designers, as well as a police detective and criminologist who explain their take on his tragic murder in front of his Miami mansion on July 15, 1997.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - With estimated earnings of $95 million, pop singer Beyoncé and her rapper husband Jay-Z are the highest-earning celebrity couple for the second consecutive year, Forbes magazine said on Thursday.
Beyoncé's "Mrs. Carter" tour and Jay-Z's million-selling "Watch the Throne" album and world tour, both a collaboration with rapper Kanyé West, pushed the musical couple ahead of model Gisele Bundchen and her football-player husband Tom Brady, who pulled in $80 million and retained the No. 2 position.
Acting couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, with $50 million, jumped up one spot from last year to third place. The earnings were based on the period from June 2012 to June 2013.
Forbes said Beyoncé, 32, earned $11 million more than her husband due her successful world tour, which grossed an average of about $2 million per show.
Jay-Z's latest top-selling album "Magna Carta ... Holy Grail" was released on the 4th of July and was not eligible to count toward his earnings.
In addition to their musical earnings, Jay-Z, 43, sold his stake in the Brooklyn Nets basketball team and has started his own sports agency. Beyoncé upped her takings with a clothing line and fragrances.
Former co-stars on the TV comedy "That '70s Show" Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis came in fourth with $35 million, followed by new parents, reality TV star Kim Kardashian and West, who collectively earned $30 million.
Forbes compiled the list by talking to agents, producers, managers and other informed people. Fees and taxes were not subtracted from the estimates.