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olivia munn psylocke Olivia Munn Cast as Psylocke in X Men: Apocalypse

Photo: Marvel / Warner Bros.

Olivia Munn has joined the cast of X-Men: Apocalypse as Psylocke, a mutant with telekinetic powers.

The cast of Bryan Singer‘s X-Men: Apocalypse continues to grow and grow and today it has added one more in Olivia Munn (Magic Mike) who will play Elizabeth “Betsy” Braddock (aka Psylocke) a character with telepathic powers and member of the X-Men, which is to say she is apparently one of the good guys.

Singer made the announcement on his Instagram page.

Munn was last seen in the box office bust Mortdecai and will next star in Ride Along 2 alongside Ice Cube and Kevin Hart.

monsters dark continent Monsters: Dark Continent (2015) Movie Review

Photo: Radius-TWC

Before he directed the Godzilla remake, Gareth Edwards made a small sci-fi film calledMonsters, which was released back in 2010. Made on a reported budget of only $500,000, it was more of a relationship drama than anything else, as aliens had taken over Mexico and two people attempted to make their way out of the “Infected Zone” and into the United States. It was a decent enough movie, showcasing more the talent of Edwards and, at the time, newcomer Scoot McNairy, but in the end it was a slight picture, hindered more by its budget than anything else.

A half-baked war film, marketed and masquerading as a monster movie

“Monsters: Dark Continent” is a Radius-TWC release, directed byTom Green and is rated Rfor graphic war violence, pervasive language, some strong sexual content/nudity and drug use. The running time is .

The cast includes Sofia Boutella, Joe Dempsie, Johnny Harris and Nicholas Pinnock.

Now, five years later, Edwards has moved on (next up is the Star Wars spin-off Rogue One) and director Tom Green has picked up the Monstersmantle with Monsters: Dark Continent. Similar to the first film, the focus isn’t on the aliens, which appear to have become a global threat, but more on a small Army platoon as they set out on a mission to save four missing soldiers, but I’m getting ahead of myself. After all, that small bit of information doesn’t actually become known to the audience until 40 minutes into this two hour monstrosity.

Green and the screenplay’s co-writer, Jay Basu, seem to have zero idea as to what they are doing or how to set up a coherent narrative and establish characters. We first meet Michael (Sam Keeley) as he’s firing off rounds into a concrete wall in a decimated Detroit. The next closest thing to a “character” would probably be Sean (Parker Sawyers) whose girlfriend just had a kid. Oh, and there’s Frankie (Joe Dempsie), whom we first meet through a bedroom window as he’s having sex with his girlfriend, Lena (Lulu Dahl) up against the wall. Frankie, Lena and Michael have a conversation through the window. You know, just the usual stuff. Who are these people? Oh, just “stray dogs” of Detroit if we’re to believe Michael’s overwrought voice over, which continues on to tell us how thirsty for war they all are.

These fellas, along with Karl Inkelaar (Kyle Soller) are all about to have their first tour in the Middle East, fighting off insurgents while at the same time attempting to stay clear of the monsters. Of course this means the first order of business is a shouty dress down by their superior officers, Staff Sgt. Frater (Johnny Harris) on his eighth tour (you know what that means) and Sgt. Forrest (Nicholas Pinnock) who’s pretty much just a loudmouth. Frater loves, loves, loves to yell as well as walk up and sucker punch people and say things like, “You think this is a fucking game!” and Forrest tells about the Sybian he bought his girlfriend so she’d be satisfied sexually in his absence. There’s also a ridiculous football game that could have been nixed, but editing clearly wasn’t a top priority on this one.

As we bounce through a tiresome narrative that includes a couple of early missions before getting to the real reason we’re watching this movie, Green slathers the landscape with some of the worst music choices I’ve heard in some time. It’s evident from the opening credits this film is going to have music issues as there are times it wants to give off the perspective of being quiet and introspective, but for the majority of the duration can’t get away from wanting to appeal to the people that tuned in for an adrenaline filled actioner.

The only redeeming aspect is Christopher Ross‘ cinematography as he captures a lot of stark and beautiful wide shots that really could have been something had this film been as sentimental and thoughtful as it seems to think it is. Otherwise, it plays like a Hurt Lockerand Zero Dark Thirty wannabe with an occasional monster sighting and I’m not the least bit interested in exploring any metaphorical significance between the monsters, locals and U.S. military that Green may have wanted me to consider, this movie is far too senseless for me to waste my time.

It’s not often I feel a movie is a complete waste of time, but Monsters: Dark Continent is a numbing experience without purpose. It’s a half-baked war film, marketed and masquerading as a monster movie and, even worse, as a sequel to Edwards’ original of which it seems to have only the title in common. Frought with dead and dying children, animal gutting, musical cues making it seem like an R-rated movie meant for a tone deaf audience this is an experience I would rather forget altogether.

 

As the Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim is about to get underway and we await the possibility of a brand new trailer, some Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens goodies have found their way online in the form of some artwork highlighting the film’s villain, Kylo Ren. Of course, it should also be noted that since these don’t appear to have been officially released there is a possibility they are fan art or possible fan art composites with some assets originating elsewhere online as at least some of this does appear to be official movie art, or at least concepts for the purpose of marketing the film.

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TrueStory True Story (2015) Movie Review

Jonah Hill and James Franco in True Story
Photo: Fox Searchlight

“True Story” is a Fox Searchlight Pictures release, directed byRupert Goold and is ratedR for language and some disturbing material. The running time is .

The cast includes James Franco, Jonah Hill, Felicity Jones, Ethan Suplee, Gretchen Mol and Robert John Burke.

If the quality of a film was determined solely by the strength of its premise, True Storywould stand tall among its peers. In fact, on paper, Rupert Goold‘s feature directorial debut has all the makings of a genre standout: an amateur detective yarn, adapted from a true crime memoir, starring a trio of young Oscar nominees. And as a longtime theatre director, Goold would seem a perfect fit to direct a movie constructed primarily from scenes that unfold in close quarters. But alas, the true test of any movie is in the viewing, not in what you can read on IMDb, and it’s in the viewing that this yarn eventually comes unspooled.

True Story centers on Mike Finkel (Jonah Hill), a “New York Times” reporter primed for a Pulitzer, until he fabricates portions of a high-profile exposé about child slavery. Fired and fallen from his perch, he returns to his wife (Felicity Jones) in Montana to get back on his feet, but a new subject quickly falls into his lap: Christian Longo (James Franco), a man who stole Mike’s identity while on the lam in Mexico after being accused of murdering his wife and their three children. Mike thinks Chris could be the key to rediscovering his own identity, but he soon realizes the alleged killer’s story could be the biggest scoop of his career.

The film is billed as a game of cat-and-mouse, and it is, but more than anything else it is concerned with obsession, a state of mind that has profound effects on our lives. It diminishes our ability to see what is directly in front of us, instead leading us to drown out common sense in favor of pride and success, and to let our relationships with loved ones unravel at the seams as we lose our identities in something more temporary. True Story is about those things, or at least it seems to want to be about those things. The film touches on the myriad consequences that stem from obsession, but these things are less than fully formed when they appear in the story.

Like most tales spun from true crime silk, True Story is cold, a quality arising naturally from its premise. However, the movie’s atmosphere feels a bit like something crafted and tweaked in order that the film may fit more squarely within its genre. Goold doesn’t seem to trust the weight of his central mystery, so True Story slowly loses its footing as various moments are played up or shoehorned in. A number of shots are drawn out longer than necessary, and characters often speak their lines slower and with more emphasis than a normal person would, line readings that belong in a parody of “True Detective“, not a legitimate true crime thriller. Despite the director’s attempts to add tension there isn’t much to be found in the film’s later scenes, the result of a film that isn’t ever really allowed to breathe its own breath.

I don’t want to give the impression the film is a total loss — it definitely isn’t, thanks in large part to the movie’s premise and Hill’s performance, the latter of which carries the film when it needs it most — but True Story lacks the subtlety a surer hand likely would have provided. Goold’s film shows promise early on and at various points throughout the film, but in the end I’m left largely observing the cracks, the biggest of which being that it’s so emotionally distant.

The movie focuses primarily on the dynamics of Mike’s relationship with Chris and his marriage to Jill, the latter apparently strained as a result of the growing importance of the former. I say apparently because, while I am certain we are to believe Mike’s marriage is falling apart as a result of his growing obsession, we don’t really see this manifest itself in any way, save for a scene where Mike gets a call about an advance for his new book. Jill dons a fake smile, presumably weary about how the news will affect the couple’s marriage. However, the way the scene is shot and edited, Jill comes off as nagging and unsupportive, rather than a young woman concerned about the health of her marriage.

Ultimately, the problems I have stem from the script. Adapted by Goold and David Kajganich (The Invasion) from Finkel’s “True Story: Murder, Memoir, Mea Culpa“, the film advances an interesting premise, but Gold and Kajganich don’t effectively build toward moments in order to achieve an emotional payoff.

Despite its missteps, True Story is stylish and plenty compelling, and given the recent popularity of true crime media like the podcast “Serial” and HBO‘s documentary series “The Jinx“, it feels very much of the moment. Unfortunately, for as much as I tried to overlook its shortcomings, it becomes harder and harder to do so as this unbelievable tale ambles toward its conclusion. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction, but it’s not the facts of the story that trip me up, it’s the atmosphere, the tone, and the script with which I take issue. Ultimately, in spite of its awesome premise, True Story just feels a bit false.

fast furious 7 Box office report: Furious 7 holds off Paul Blart, takes third straight weekend

(Scott Garfield)

In its third weekend, Furious 7 may not be revving its box-office engines at top speed any more, but its $29.1 million take was still enough to claim another No. 1 spot. Last weekend, Furious 7 made $59.8 million, and Home—the No. 2 movie—made $41.1 million less; but Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 closed the gap this weekend, finishing with $24 million for a close second.

Furious 7’s grosses slipped 51 percent, but it was still a great week for Universal’s blockbuster: It passed the$1 billion mark in global ticket sales Friday—and in record time, no less. Domestically, Furious 7 should be surpassing the $300 million mark by week’s end (if not sooner). And it still has another couple weeks until Avengers: Age of Ultron opens on May 1, which will without a doubt replace Furious 7 at the top of the box-office rankings.

Paul Blart’s $24 million debut is impressive in its own way—especially given its all-around negative reviews. (The sequel currently has a 0 percent on Rotten Tomatoes). This debut number is only about $7 million less than its predecessor’s $31.8 million debut in 2009, proving that Kevin James has the power to bring in audiences no matter what the critics are saying.

Unfriended, a horror from producer Jason Blum, also opened this weekend and ended up scoring with $16 million. The movie fared considerably better than Paul Blart reviews-wise—its Rotten Tomatoes score is a relatively healthy 65 percent—and will likely be relying on word-of-mouth (and its disturbing marketing campaign) to keep its numbers up.

Home and The Longest Ride rounded out the top five with $10.3 million and $6.9 million, respectively.

1. Furious 7 — $29.1 million
2. Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 — $24 million
3. Unfriended — $16 million
4. Home — $10.3 million
5. The Longest Ride — $6.9 million

Outside the top five, Ex Machina, the artificial-intelligence thriller starring Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson, averaged an impressive $20,872 per screen in its second week of limited release. Disney’s Monkey Kingdom opened with $4.7 million—the same amount Bears, another Disney nature documentary, debuted with exactly a year ago. Bears went on to gross $17.8 millin during its run in theaters.

child 44 0 Child 44 (2015) Movie Review

Gary Oldman and Tom Hardy in Child 44

Genre: drama, Thriller; Starring: Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, Gary Oldman, Joel Kinnaman, Vincent Cassel; Director: Daniel Espinosa; Release Date Wide: 04/17/2015; Runtime (in minutes): 137; MPAA Rating: R

It happens more often than it should: A cast of sterling actors is assembled for a movie that doesn’t come close to equaling the sum of its parts. And so it goes with director Daniel Espinosa’s dreary Soviet-era serial killer thriller Child 44. I use the term thriller somewhat loosely, because although the film is engineered to be a race-against-the-clock nailbiter, the film is so poorly paced and overstuffed your nails are never in danger of being bitten. It’s as tedious as a bottomless bowl of borscht.

Tom Hardy, who’s been on a roll over the past few years bringing his menacing brand of Method intensity to movies like Inception, Warrior, and Locke, stars as Leo Demidov, a Ukrainian orphan who escaped a horrific childhood only to rise through the ranks of Stalin’s fearsome secret police force, the MGB. Soviet citizens live in fear of both him and his band of Communist thugs. Even the innocent live in an atmosphere thick with fear and distrust. Hardy, with a heavy Boris-and-Natasha accent that’s more distracting than convincing, is increasingly disillusioned with his job, especially when he’s forced by his superior (Vincent Cassel) to investigate people he knows to be undeserving of the State’s interest.

Based on a novel by Tom Rob Smith, the film kicks into gear (albeit a slow, uphill gear) after the mutilated body of a young boy is found by the railroad tracks in Moscow. Since murder is considered a capitalist, Western disease, the crime is brushed under the rug. “There is no murder in paradise,” Hardy’s Leo is told in order to prevent further inquiries. But Leo refuses to buy the party line and soon finds dozens of other similar murders pointing to a serial killer plying his trade in Mother Russia. His stubborn insubordination leads him and his wife (Noomi Rapace, whom he refuses to turn on when asked by Cassel) to be exiled to a remote Soviet backwater presided over by Gary Oldman, who does what he can with very little. There, Leo conveniently discovers even more child victims and continues his tiresome sleuthing with action-sequence interludes that pack little punch and make even less visual sense.

Since the end of the Cold War, Hollywood’s lost its once-ravenous appetite for Soviet-set thrillers like Gorky Park. Which, I suppose, isn’t particularly surprising. The foreignness of the Soviet Union and the exoticism of life behind the Iron Curtain are now just quaint, mothball-scented notions of an era that now feels as distant and remote as the Ottoman Empire. Even so, Child 44 feels like a missed opportunity – a chance to tap back into the dread and paranoia that once existed under the hammer and sickle. Despite the game efforts of Hardy, Rapace, Oldman, et al., Espinosa’s dour, downbeat procedural is as lifeless as Lenin’s Tomb.

paul blart 2 Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 (2015) Movie Review

(Matt Kennedy)
Genre: Action, Comedy; Starring: Kevin James, Raini Rodriguez, Eduardo Verastegui; Director: Andy Fickman; Release Date Wide: 04/17/2015; Runtime (in minutes): 94; MPAA Rating: PG

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 does all it was created to do: exist. For Sony and Kevin James to once again cash in on the success of their $146 million-grossing surprise 2009 hit, all they had to do was make a product that resembled a film—something around 90 minutes with a beginning, middle, and end. Whatever happened in between all of those points didn’t matter so much as long as people could pay money to watch it.

It didn’t have to have any jokes. The closest thing that the movie has to a running gag is pointing out that Paul genuinely cares about his “silly” working-class job, and it’s a punchline that he drives a Toyota. There didn’t need to be any emotional pull. Paul doesn’t want his daughter to leave for college, for no other reason than to create tension for the family to resolve at the end. There didn’t need to be much of a story, which has Paul foiling an art heist in Las Vegas that’s completely unrelated to him until his daughter wanders into it. The movie doesn’t even have to take place in a mall—there are literally two scenes set there.

The sad thing is that it appears the filmmakers behind Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 understood these expectations and just went through the necessary motions to meet the bare minimum. The result—a cinematic shoulder shrug—is far from the worst movie that you’ll ever see, but you might leave wondering why you, the people on the screen, or anyone else in the theater even bothered.

unfriended Unfriended (2015) Movie Review

Genre: Horror; Starring: Shelley Hennig, Cal Barnes, Jacob Wysocki; Director: Levan Gabriadze; Release Date Wide: 04/17/2015; Runtime (in minutes): 85; MPAA Rating: Runfriended ver2 Unfriended (2015) Movie Review

Looking for a break from staring at a computer? You won’t get it with Unfriended. “Set” almost entirely on the screen of a laptop belonging to heroine Blaire (Teen Wolf’s Shelley Hennig), this horror film is essentially one long video chat session between six teen friends. Well, six and counting-down, as the crew are systematically culled by an unseen Internet interloper claiming to be the ghost of another acquaintance who committed suicide following the dissemination of an embarrassing YouTube clip. The dialogue can get clunky: At this point, is there a single non-Amish high-schooler in the country who would ask, “What is a troll?” But director Levan Gabriadze and writer Nelson Greaves keep matters moving along at a good clip and make inventive use of the online form as, for example, the murderer punctuates his or her assaults with tunes from Blaire’s music library. Though not particularly ground-breaking—last year’s Elijah Wood-starring Open Windows pulled the same trick, and much more ambitiously—we’re still going to “like” the result.

It’s officially getting to that time of year when the stars begin their impromptu beach photoshoots

 

Rihanna 1 Rihanna strips down to her bikini for super sexy impromptu shoot

Rihanna flaunts her curves

It’s almost summer.

So it’s officially getting to that time of year when the stars begin their impromptu beach photoshoots – showing of their perfectly chisled and toned bodies.

And on Saturday night, Barbadian beauty Rihanna began her summer bikini album.

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Rihanna shows off her TINY bikini

The Pour it Up hitmaker shared a number of snaps of herself relaxing in glorious sunshine wearing very little.

The first shot shows the star reclining on a deck chair in an itsy bitsy black floral bikini – which barely covers her.

The star poses with her ruby red lips apart, covering her eyes with a pair of dark orange shades.

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So sultry babes

The second snap shows Ri Ri taking a dip in a rocky cove.

The star wraps her arm around her waist and touches her lips seductively with one finger.

The third snap show Rihanna from behind as she sunbathes by the water.

Rihanna sticks her bum up as she relaxes in the heat, her newly auburn hair glistening in the sun.

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Singer Rihanna flaunts her bum in the sun

Kim Kardashian 11 Pimp my ride: Kim Kardashian rolls up in brand new $400k custom made Rolls Royce in LA

Unique style: Kim Kardashian returns from the gym driving her new 400K Customised Rolls Royce Phantom

We all know that Kim Kardashian loves her cars as much as she love a good selfie.

The reality TV star lived up to her uber-glam reputation when she was spotted driving home on Saturday in a brand spanking new set of wheels, costing the dark haired beauty around half a million dollars.

Kim’s 2015 Rolls Royce Phantom price starts off at a cool $407,000 but Kim K being Kim K, the yummy mummy couldn’t be seen driving around LA in the bog standard model.Kim Kardashian Pimp my ride: Kim Kardashian rolls up in brand new $400k custom made Rolls Royce in LA

Driving around in style

Looking at the license plate of her new ride, it’s clear that LA based luxury car and customization company, Platinum Motorsport had worked on the the sultry starlet’s car.

Giving the Phantom a solid silver finish, dark tinted windows and narrowed headlights, it’s obvious that the business woman’s latest purchase didn’t come with a credit crunch busting budget price tag.

Kim Kardashian steps out of her matte finished Phantom after a gym session

Kim shows off her brand new custom designed Roll Royce Phantom as she returns from trip to Armenia

The star was spotted coming back from the gym on the weekend just a week after she marked the 100th anniversary of the start of the Armenian genocide where 1.5 million Armenians where killed by the Turks.

Her high profile visit to Yerevan, the Armenian capital, with younger sister Khloewas used as a way of bringing light to the forgotten holocaust.

The 34-year-old shared a picture of the moment she and her sister laid flowers in remembrance of the soldiers, civilians and children who were killed during the mass murders that were taking place across the county.

George Clooney 1 Still in the honeymoon phase! George Clooney looks utterly besotted with wife Amal as they giggle uncontrollably during her Money Monster set visit

Happy couple: Amal Clooney paid husband George a visit on set in New York City on Saturday

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin tied the knot in September in Venice, Italy.
And it seems the duo are as in love as ever, as they were spotted sharing a laugh on the set of the 53-year-old’s upcoming thriller Money Monster.
The star and his 37-year-old spouse were seen getting cozy during downtime on the New York City set, where they were also joined by Julia Roberts, Jack O’Connell, and director Jodie Foster.

George, looked dapper – though laid-back – as he sported an pinstripe button down with a silver and navy blue tie with fitted slate grey trousers.
He finished off his look with a pair of black leather oxfords, and looked casual as he strolled with his hands in his pockets and shirt sleeves rolled up.
George’s wife Amal took time out of her busy schedule as a successful barrister to visit the actor on his New York City set.

She looked ready for spring in a breezy white tank top, embellished with a pastel-colored floral pattern.
She coupled that with a pair of form-fitting dark grey skinny jeans, and finished off her look with tan leather wedge sandals.
Her long dark locks were styled in loose waves, and she accessorized with a pair of dramatic dangling earrings and a fringed white purse.Amal 1 Still in the honeymoon phase! George Clooney looks utterly besotted with wife Amal as they giggle uncontrollably during her Money Monster set visitPrimping: While walking on set Amal was spotted taking a moment to fix her trendy cropped skinny jeansJulia Roberts 1 Still in the honeymoon phase! George Clooney looks utterly besotted with wife Amal as they giggle uncontrollably during her Money Monster set visit

Ready to work: Julia Roberts seemed to be in good spirits as she arrived at the New York City set of Money Monster

Following her fashionable arrival, Amal was spotted cozying up to her sweetheart as they sat in director’s chairs and shared a few laughs.
The duo certainly seemed to be having a good time, and looked to be entertaining a nearby crowd with their humorous stories.
Meanwhile, Julia looked chic as she arrived in a form-fitting navy blue blazer, which she wore over top of a ruffled white blouse and navy blue skinny jeans, which showed off her impressive figure.
The 47-year-old finished off her look with a pair of black leather combat boots, and hid her eyes behind black shades.

The Pretty Woman star, whose long auburn tresses were styled straight, looked ready for work as she arrived script in hand.
Julia showed off her world-famous smile as she made her way to set, and also flaunted a stylish manicure.
Also on set on Saturday was young star Jack O’Connell, 24, who recently gained acclaim for his starring role in Unbroken.
The British actor sported an olive green hooded sweatshirt, fitted grey T-shirt, and coordinating olive green trousers, finishing off his look with a pair of brown work boots.Amal 2 Still in the honeymoon phase! George Clooney looks utterly besotted with wife Amal as they giggle uncontrollably during her Money Monster set visitDoting wife: Amal looked radiant as she was spotted visiting her husband on set on SaturdayJack OConnell 1 Still in the honeymoon phase! George Clooney looks utterly besotted with wife Amal as they giggle uncontrollably during her Money Monster set visitPuppy love: Jack O’Connell was spotted stopping to pet a dog as he arrived at the Money Monster set in New York CityJodie Foster 1 Still in the honeymoon phase! George Clooney looks utterly besotted with wife Amal as they giggle uncontrollably during her Money Monster set visitRunning the show: Jodie Foster – the film’s director – was later spotted making her arrival to setAmal 3 Still in the honeymoon phase! George Clooney looks utterly besotted with wife Amal as they giggle uncontrollably during her Money Monster set visitBeaming: The beauty was spotted walking around the set in her shades and spring-like top

Khloe Kardashian 11 Kendall Jenner looks leggy in tiny shorts while Khloe Kardashian rocks thigh split dress to see Kanye perform... as they lead the glamour at Coachellas second weekend

Fringe benefits: Her half-sister Khloe arrived separately to watch the rapper doing his thing

Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian showed their support to their brother-in-law when they watched him perform at Coachella on Saturday.
And the girls pulled out all the stops for the special moment, raiding their wardrobes for the ultimate in festival glamour.
Kendall, 19, looked incredible in a rock ‘n’ roll Megadeth sleeveless cropped T-shirt which she wore with tiny shorts which showed off her long legs.
The miniscule number had a criss-cross lace-up detail and the runway model wore them with a pair of low-heeled black suede ankle boots.

She carried a white fringed leather bag on her shoulder and wore her raven locks up in a messy pony with bits of thread tied to her hair.
Her half-sister Khloe, 30, was also in the crowd and she wore a white leather jacket which matched Kendall’s bag perfectly.
The elaborate number had a panel of fringing running throughout and she showed off her exquisite figure by teaming it with a matching tight dress which had a sexy thigh-split.
Wearing heavy make-up, Khloe danced her way into the VIP area wearing sensible trainers boots and a matching baseball cap.
She gave her look a dramatic flourish with gold hoop earrings as she sipped her drink through a straw.Kendall Jenner 11 Kendall Jenner looks leggy in tiny shorts while Khloe Kardashian rocks thigh split dress to see Kanye perform... as they lead the glamour at Coachellas second weekendGrunge and glamour: The 19-year-old teamed her Megadeth T-shirt with a silver statement necklace Khloe Kardashian 21 Kendall Jenner looks leggy in tiny shorts while Khloe Kardashian rocks thigh split dress to see Kanye perform... as they lead the glamour at Coachellas second weekendKhloe Kardashian 3 Kendall Jenner looks leggy in tiny shorts while Khloe Kardashian rocks thigh split dress to see Kanye perform... as they lead the glamour at Coachellas second weekend

Funky: She danced her way into the VIP area wearing a light suede baseball cap

Kanye’s wife Kim Kardashian was not pictured on the day, but no doubt the performance will stand him in good stead, with the recent announcement that he is set to headline Glastonbury festival.
The outing comes after Khloe declared her love for her other half-sister Kylie, 17, in her latest Instagram video shared on Saturday.
The edited clip captured the 30-year-old as she mouthed ‘I love you b***h’ to her 17-year-old sister as they lived it up at Coachella with Kylie’s rumoured beau Tyga.Khloe Kardashian 4 Kendall Jenner looks leggy in tiny shorts while Khloe Kardashian rocks thigh split dress to see Kanye perform... as they lead the glamour at Coachellas second weekend
‘Khloes Party. Chella': Kylie Jenner shared a photo of her posing beside her rumoured beau Tyga and her sister Khloe on SaturdayKelly Brook Kendall Jenner looks leggy in tiny shorts while Khloe Kardashian rocks thigh split dress to see Kanye perform... as they lead the glamour at Coachellas second weekendLetting her hair down: Kelly Brook looked incredible in a boho-inspired dress

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