01:36 PM EDT 04/13/2013
Originally posted 11/29/2012 06:45PM
He's no stranger to living the high life around larger-than-life personalities as the son of outsized artist and director Julian Schnabel (The Diving Bell and Butterfly). But now that he's been linked to Demi Moore, 26-year-old Vito Schnabel may just get a taste of fame on his own terms.
The eldest son of Julian, Vito grew up around art world and Hollywood royalty before eventually making his own name as a curator and art dealer as a teenager.
"They are just constantly around beautiful and fabulous women and run with a very cool crowd," a source tells PEOPLE of the Schnabel family. "They're fun people."
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Originally posted 11/28/2012 10:00AM
Demi Moore is dipping her toe back in the dating world – with a much younger man.
The New York Post's Page Six column reports that Moore, 50, is quietly dating art world scion Vito Schnabel, 26.
"It's really happening," a nightlife source tells PEOPLE. "There was a time when Vito was kind of cool with [her ex Ashton Kutcher] – so it seems a little weird." The source adds that the pair are expected to be together during Art Basel in Miami Beach in early December.
Schnabel, an art dealer, is the son of painter and director Julian Schnabel. He and Moore were reportedly "dancing and grinding all over each other" at a party in Jodhpur, India, thrown by supermodel Naomi Campbell for the 50th birthday of her billionaire boyfriend Vladimir Doronin, according to the paper's account.
Originally posted 03/26/2009 06:15AM
After captivating audiences in the Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire, Freida Pinto is on a roll, racking up plum job assignments with top-notch directors from Woody Allen to Julian Schnabel.
For Allen, Variety reports, the 21-year-old Indian-born model-turned-actress – who also is being talked as a possible Bond Girl opposite 007 star Daniel Craig – will costar with Nicole Kidman, Naomi Watts, Josh Brolin and Anthony Hopkins in an as-yet-untitled film to be shot in London.
Before that, the trade paper also reports, she will start filming Miral on April 19 in Israel and the Palestinian territories for The Diving Bell and the Butterfly director Schnabel. Adapted from Rula Jebreal's book about Hind Husseini, who founded an orphanage in Jerusalem in the wake of the 1948 partition of Palestine and the creation of the state of Israel, the movie features a screenplay by Schnabel.
– Stephen M. Silverman
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