Today comes more unfortunate news for the print media biz: After 14 years, Marc Ecko’s Complex Magazine is ending its print edition, according…
Horacio Silva, formerly online director at T: The New York Times Magazine, has been named fashion and style director at Departures…Noah Johnson, formerly deputy editor at Complex Media, has been named deputy editor at Style.com…Jessica Teves, formerly managing editor at Refinery29, has been named site director at Style.com…
Last night Complex Media, The Cinema Society, and Grey Goose hosted a screening at the AMC Loewe’s Theater near Lincoln Center for FilmDistrict’s Oldboy directed by two-time Academy Award-winning director Spike Lee. The film, which is a reinterpretation of the original 2003 Korean version of the same name, stars Josh Brolin as a down-and-out advertising exec and absentee father who finds himself imprisoned in a hotel room after a night of binge drinking. Brolin’s character, Joe Doucett, spends the next 20 years locked away in solitary confinement for reasons unknown to him until one day he’s mysteriously released into a field. But as he seeks to find answers and a motive for the torture he endured, he finds himself further engulfed in a tangled conspiracy that leads him to seek answers from a young social worker played by Elizabeth Olsen and a mysterious and elusive old man, played by Sharlto Copley, who allegedly can set him truly free.