Jessica Alba showed off a new, shorter hairstyle when she attended the premiere of her latest film, A.C.O.D., in LA last night. While on the red carpet, Jessica met up with her co-stars Amy Poehler and Adam Scott, both of whom also star together in Parks and Recreation, which, coincidentally, premiered its sixth season last night. Jessica was excited to meet up with Amy and Adam again as she posted a snap ahead of the event on Instagram of the two actors and wrote, "Can't wait to see these two kids at the A.C.O.D. premiere tonight." Though the project hasn't got an Australian release date yet, be sure to check out the trailer for A.C.O.D. before it comes to a cinema near you.
Jessica Alba and Amy Poehler share the screen in A.C.O.D., which premiered yesterday at the Sundance Film Festival. Adam Scott, who produced the film, and also plays Amy's love interest on Parks and Recreation, joined the leading ladies and the rest of the cast for the red carpet and after party. Jessica came to Utah straight from Paris Couture Week in France, but all that travel didn't slow her down. Jessica and her friends looked to be in great spirits as they celebrated at Silver on Main Street. Jessica also shared sweet photos of herself posing with the rest of the A.C.O.D. cast, including Amy and Adam.
The ladies of Bachelorette, Isla Fisher, Kirsten Dunst and Lizzy Kaplan, gathered for their LA premiere on Thursday night. They had company on the red carpet from their leading man James Marsden, as well as their movie's director Leslye Headland and Aussie co-star Rebel Wilson. Isla, Kirsten, and Lizzy coordinated in red, white, and blue — who's your pick for best dressed at the Bachelorette premiere? Isla's red number was from Reem Acra, and Kirsten's blue was designed by Jean Paul Gaultier. At the film's ArcLight Cinemas afterparty, Ali Larter showed her tummy in a striped outfit, paired with an Edie Parker clutch, and made the rounds alongside husband Hayes MacArthur. Bachelorette hits cinemas November 29.
The comedy Friends With Kids explores the question of whether two friends can have a baby, raise it, and stay friends. The movie follows BFFs Jason and Julie (Adam Scott and Jennifer Westfeldt, who also wrote and directed the film) as they try to pull off platonic babymaking, despite the fact that their friends think it's a terrible idea. Besides the central couple, the movie also depicts several other relationships — that of Jason and Julie's married friends, as well as the friendships between everyone in the tight-knit group. It's more cynical than your standard romantic comedy, so while you might not get swept off your feet, there are still a few reasons why it's worth seeing.
Find out our top three reasons when you keep reading.
Friends With Kids Trailer: Jon Hamm, Maya Rudolph and More Take Friends With Benefits to New Heights
If you loved seeing Jon Hamm and Kristen Wiig as friends with benefits in Bridesmaids, then you'll definitely want to see them together again as newlyweds in the trailer for Friends With Kids. They're not the titular parents though; that would be Adam Scott and Jennifer Westfeldt (who also wrote and directed the film), as a pair of platonic friends who decide to have a baby together without being in a relationship (a "50 percent commitment," if you will.) Naturally, their circle of friends (which also includes Maya Rudolph and fellow Bridesmaids star Chris O'Dowd) don't exactly understand their progressive situation.
The preview didn't have me laughing out loud, but you'll never hear me complaining about seeing Adam Scott in a leading role, or revisiting so many of the amazing cast members from Bridesmaids. I'm even looking forward to seeing Megan Fox in something a little more toned-down, as a love interest for Adam Scott. Get a peek at the trailer when you keep reading.
The stars of Piranha 3D gathered for their film's premiere in Hollywood Wednesday night. Kelly Brook and Jessica Szohr were together again, after attending the Breakthrough of the Year Awards on Sunday. They hung out with costar Jerry O'Connell who brought his wife Rebecca Romijn to enjoy the evening. Kelly covered up, despite calling August her "naked month" thanks to her Playboy and Love Magazine covers. She also spoke about her nude scene in the film, where she gets to "make out underwater with a porn star naked". The model/actress is embracing her typecasting at the moment, but would like to star in a British soap in the future.
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.
Lots of guys like JT and Adam Scott make having curly hair look cool, effortless and easy – provided you rule out the *NSYNC years of course – but for your everyday dude, threatening to shave it all off or having a shall-I-or-shall-I-not relationship with your girlfriend's straightener is probably where you're at.
Don't despair. Benn Jae, Winner of Hair Expo 2009 Session Stylist of the Year and fresh from his second stint at New York Fashion Week, has some handy hassle-free tips for you . . .
Always Shampoo and CONDITION. (I’m not sure if BJ made himself heard. Conditioning is very important.) I recommend using a treatment for your conditioner like Schwarzkopf Professional’s SEAH HAIRSPA Wild Rose Masque ($35.95). It contains wild rose oil to keep frizzy, unruly hair under control.