Pretty Little Liars actor Julian Morris is featured in the latest issue of Mr. Porter magazine. While the actor might best be known for his recurring role on The CW show, Morris has experimented with his work and has been featured in everything from sexually-driven love stories to slasher films.
Cory Monteith worked on two films before his tragic passing last month. In “McCanick,” Monteith plays a tormented drug dealer. In the second film, “All The Wrong Reasons,” he plays a department store manager who is struggling to find intimacy with his wife.
With credits as the top billed actor, the screenplay writer and executive producer, “Forgetting Sarah Marshall’s” Jason Segel has a lot riding on the new version of “The Muppets” being released into theaters on November 23, 2011.
Segel was joined at the film’s world premiere at Disney’s El Capitan theater in Hollywood by co-star Amy Adams (“Tangled,” “Doubt”), Neil Patrick Harris (“How I Met Your Mother,” “Harold & Kumar”), Rashida Jones (“Parks and Recreation,” “The Social Network”) and the film’s biggest stars, Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and newcomer Walter.
Finally playing (in limited release, for now, but averaging more per theater than Breaking Dawn Part 1 this past weekend), Alexander Payne‘s new film “The Descendants” is fast rising to the top of the lists of Oscar pundits.
Starring George Clooney, and featuring Shailene Woodley as the next rising star, Payne’s film enjoyed a star-studded red carpet last week – check out the videos below! …Read More
Hello strategic cutouts! This week celebrities were all for flaunting a little skin, showing off sexy sheer details and donning black and white in totally fab, fresh and fun new ways. Want to get the full scoop on which A-listers topped our list and what they were wearing? Check out Celebs.com’s top five best-dressed celebs of the week for all the designer info. …Read More
This is the week. 11-18-11 will kick off what will be one of the biggest box-office days of 2011, and maybe even of all time.
For Twihards, Breaking Dawn Pt. 1 signifies many things – a wedding, a vampire baby – or the increasing hotness lens through which fans see Taylor Lautner’s Jacob.
We’ve collected the short interviews from the world premiere of Breaking Dawn Pt. 1 at the Nokia Theater in downtown Los Angeles so that you needn’t look all over the place to see the actors behind all of your favorite Meyer creations.
Amongst Hollywood’s fashionistas at the Hollywood Style Awards last night, mini-Kardashian and budding model Kendall Jenner made an impressive impression, lining up along side her sister Kylie, as well as “Sex and the City’s” Kristin Davis, fashion icon and “Hellboy” star Selma Blair, actress Jaime King, Serena Williams, Eva Longoria, “Kick-Ass” rising star Chloe Grace Moretz and other couture-laden notables.
The Style Awards at Hollywood’s Smashbox Studios were hosted by style-guy George Kotsiopoulos, who somehow did double duty by also showing up at the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center’s 40th Anniversary Celebration across town (where Dita Von Teese and Neil Patrick Harris battled for red-carpet domination). Here’s the complete winners list:
Stylist of the Year: Elizabeth Stewart Make-up Artist of the Year: Molly Stern Hair Stylist of the Year: Mara Roszak Colorist of the Year: Tracey Cunningham Costume Designer of the Year: Arianne Phillips Stylish Sisters: Kendall and Kylie Jenner (presented by Khloe Kardashian) Hollywood Boutique of the Year: Decades One to Watch: Chloe Grace Moretz Photographer of the Year: Randall Slavin Designer of the Year: Alice Temperley of Temperley London
Check out the gallery below!
All images courtesy of Getty Images for the 2011 Hollywood Style Awards.
The LA Gay & Lesbian Center’s Anniversary Gala celebrated ’40 Years of Family’ last night by honoring the very busy Neil Patrick Harris and his partner David Burtka with the Rand Schrader Distinguished Achievement Award, and bestowing Chaz Bono with the Board of Director’s Award from fellow star/dancer David Arquette.
Also in attendance at the Westin Bonaventure in downtown LA were Dita Von Teese and Karina Smirnoff, as well as Glee actress Jane Lynch, “Family Ties’” Meredith Baxter, “Queer as Folk’s” Peter Paige and “Roseanne’s” Sara Gilbert.
Check out the gallery below!
Photos by Faye Sadou, courtesy and copyright of WENN