The Hollywood premiere of New Year’s Eve, the latest ensemble film from director Garry Marshall, took place in LA today, and lots of the stars hit the black carpet at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre to celebrate its debut. Lea Michele, in a sexy, plunging Valentino dress, seemed to have a great time with her onscreen love interest Ashton Kutcher, and she also had the support of some of her Glee guys, such as Cory Monteith and Darren Criss. Katherine Heigl and Sofia Vergara matched in their black, strapless dresses, while Hilary Swank, Fergie and Abigail Breslin opted for sparkly creations. Zac Efron and Michelle Pfeiffer stuck together for some shots, and have been doing lots of their press together. Other stars in the movie include Sarah Jessica Parker, Jessica Biel and Ryan Seacrest. New Year’s Eve is released in Australia on Dec. 8.
The Elle Women in Hollywood Tribute, held inside LA's Four Seasons Hotel yesterday, brought out many A-list stars to toast honourees Jennifer Aniston, Barbra Streisand, Michelle Pfeiffer, Viola Davis, Evan Rachel Wood, Freida Pinto, Naomi Watts, Elizabeth Olsen, and DreamWorks studio head Stacey Snider. Jennifer Aniston brought boyfriend Justin Theroux along for the bash, and she looked amazing in a Kaufmanfranco dress. Elizabeth and Freida, meanwhile, picked Calvin Klein dresses for the occasion.
Emma Roberts wore a strapless embellished dress to attend an Alice + Olivia-sponsored New York screening of her new film The Art of Getting By today. She posed with her onscreen leading man, Freddie Highmore, and the two were also joined by co-stars Elizabeth Reaser and Michael Angarano, as well as writer/director Gavin Wiesen. The coming-of-age movie, which is about a student on the verge of being kicked out of school (Freddie), had its first outing at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, where it went by the title Homework.
The 2011 Tribeca Film Festival has been a star-studded affair, kicking off with the world premiere of The Union earlier last week and the Chanel dinner, both drawing celebs aplenty. The 10th annual Vanity Fair Party was no exception, with Robert De Niro making an appearance, as well as Jerry Seinfeld, Twilight's Anna Kendrick, Abigail Breslin and more!
Johnny Depp and Isla Fisher were side by side at the LA premiere of Rango last night. The duo showed off their animated movie after promoting together over the weekend at a press junket, where Johnny talked about his love for making kids' movies. It was rumoured that Johnny would replace Robert Downey Jr. in Oz the Great and Powerful, but now it's reported he's passed on the role and the next candidate could be James Franco. Isla, in a bright blue strapless dress, had the night off from mum duty for the event, though judging from the trailer, little Olive probably would have enjoyed the show.
Is the sequel to Valentine's Day trying to top the star power of the first film? It sure seems so: the latest casting news for New Year's Eve has Sarah Jessica Parker joining the cast, along with Zac Efron and Halle Berry, who are in talks to appear as well. The ensemble romantic comedy has already attracted the likes of Hilary Swank, Lea Michele, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Abigail Breslin, as well as folks from Valentine's Day, like Jessica Biel. As for the new recruits, Parker will play Breslin's devoted mum, Berry's role is as a caterer who encounters an ex, and Efron will play a bike messenger working for Pfeiffer. That's already a lot to keep straight, so let's hope that this holiday-themed flick is a little less tangled than its predecessor.
Lots of funny people hit the red carpet in LA last night for the premiere of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman posed for photos solo, and Anna Kendrick turned a few heads in her strapless gown and high heels. Anna, Michael, and Jason were happy to keep showing off their film after spending last weekend together at Comic-Con.
The Fall Fashion Week shows continue in NYC, with Justin Timberlake showing off his new collection for William Rast last night alongside his design partner, Trace Ayala. Jessica Biel was there in a leather jacket to see their designs, before changing into a strapless top to attend Victor de Souza. Nicole Richie showed off her engagement ring on the way into Nanette Lepore, where a very grownup looking Abigail Breslin caught up with Kelly Osbourne. Kelly had her eyes on the runway, but she also took a minute to open up about her upcoming wedding to longtime boyfriend Luke Worrall. Proenza Schouler brought out more big names, with Mary-Kate Olsen and Selma Blair front and centre. Nicole Richie took another break from promoting her own line to check out designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez' new clothes, a sight which even caused Anna Wintour to take her sunglasses off! The final shows in the Big Apple wrap up today, so make sure to stay tuned to Fab and Bella for all the latest before the shows move to London.