It’s not every day that you take a chainsaw to a $100,000 handbag, destroy a pair of designer shoes or direct actors to be bound to train tracks, chomp on raw meat and spontaneously sport a fresh black eye for fun.
But that can be a typical day for Tyler Shields, the controversial celebrity photographer (and now actor and director) notorious for accessorizing young Hollywood’s elite with guns, knives and murderous Barbies. In addition to appearing in two upcoming movies and making his feature directorial debut with the Nasser Entertainment and Prospect Park thriller Final Girl starring Abigail Breslin, set to begin shooting later this year, Shields will release his first photo book, The Dirty Side of Glamour. The book will debut with HarperCollins and IT Books publishing, available fall 2013.
“A big part of this book is about showing the freedom of yourself,” Shields told The Hollywood Reporter. “People get caught up in the idea of celebrity, fame, luxury, excess — but all they really are is an idea. I mean, every celebrity goes to the bathroom! They all eat; they’ve all had their heart broken! They’ve all done everything that every person has done, but they just live under a microscope.”
The cult of the celebrity is a theme Shields has explored with Hayden Panetierre, Alex Pettyfer, Demi Lovato, Josh Hutcherson and the casts of Glee and Revenge. Shields’ girlfriend Francesca Eastwood was captured pepper spraying a SWAT team, and Ashley Greene has voluntarily been gagged and roped to train tracks. Lindsay Lohan has alternated between blood, knives and a portrayal of Linda Lovelace. Emma Roberts — who Shields says “will text me five ideas in a day” — has posed alongside bloody and beheaded Barbie dolls and while biting a pile of hundred dollar bills.
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Neutrogena brand ambassadors Emma Roberts and Hayden Panettiere kicked off the beauty company’s Wave for Change campaign, a philanthropic initiative that supports U.S. educational charities, and Teen Vogue got some insider advice straight from the girls. You can join in by watching Wave for Change videos on Neutrogena’s Facebook page and one dollar will automatically be donated to support educational programs or purchase the brand’s products that support the cause!
While on set for the campaign, the actresses admit a few of their past beauty no-nos (think spider lashes and loads of blush!) and say they’re now total advocates of the natural look. Outfits, on the other hand, are a whole other story—these girls love loads of color! Read on for more inside scoop and see behind-the-scenes pictures.
Emma Roberts strolled back to her car in Beverly Hills, California on July 2, 2012 chatting on her cell phone after a day out in the city. Emma did not look happy to see her Range Rover had a ticket on the front window. Added more Neutrogena Wave for Change campaign photoshoot! Also check out a behind the scenes video below plus captures.
Besties and former Scream 4 castmates Hayden Panettiere and Emma Roberts kicked off their summers by launching the Neutrogena Wave for Change campaign, a philanthropic initiative in its third year that supports U.S. educational charities. This year, its goal is to raise $250,000 for Global Giving, which helps children receive an education.
Education is a topic close to both the stars’ hearts — and one they take very seriously. “It’s the basis of life, it’s the basis of people,” Panettiere tells PEOPLE. “It’s the basis of success, it’s the basis of art, it’s the basis of what makes the world go ’round.”
Something they take less seriously, however? Summer! “I try to find a pool,” reveals Roberts. “And definitely use sunscreen because I’m the palest person on the planet.”
As far as summer style goes, the duo are opposites. “I’m really into wedges,” says Roberts, while Panettiere prefers the easy, breezy natural look. “I love that you can just throw on a bathing suit and a blousy boho dress and feel comfortable,” she admits.
Both actresses can agree on one thing, though: their beauty must-have, Neutrogena Fresh Cooling Body Mist Sunblock. “It cools you down and it feels so good,” says Panettiere. “It doesn’t leave the streaky ugly white stain. It keeps you moist, fresh and cool.”
To help Neutrogena reach its quarter-million-dollar goal, watch the Wave for Change video or activate your eligible Neutrogena purchase at Neutrogena.com or Neutrogena’s Facebook page. One dollar will be donated for each video watched or product registered.