With the contenders for hardware at the 64th Annual Emmy Awards officially announced, a number of the vying small screen stars have offered their thoughts and thanks for being among this year's batch of nominees.
The gorgeous Christina Hendricks appreciatively said that she's "so honored" to be up for Best Supporting Actress (Drama) honors, with the bid coming as her hit AMC show "Mad Men" is tied with FX’s “American Horror Story" as the top nominated shows with 17 chances at Emmy glory apiece.
The stars attended the 42nd annual Beastly Ball where the blonde beauty received the second Tom Mankiewicz Leadership Award from the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, which raises money for the attraction.
Their new movie's set to be released on March 2nd, and the stars of "The Lorax" converged on Universal Studios Hollywood for the film's red carpet premiere on Sunday afternoon (February 19).
Boasting quite the illustrious cast of voices, young co-stars Zac Efron and Taylor Swift were certainly the fan favorites as they greeted spectators lining the entrance prior to the Dr Seuss book-based motion picture's screening.
With just over a month left until it hits theaters, Dr Seuss’ "The Lorax” has just debuted the film's official television spot.
The 30-second promo gives a glimpse of what moviegoers can expect with the animated tale's characters being voiced by stars such as Zac Efron, Ed Helms, Taylor Swift, Rob Riggle, Danny DeVito and Betty White.
She’s had quite a career with no signs of slowing down, and Betty White celebrated her 90th birthday last night (January 8) in Los Angeles.
Joining the “Golden Girls” gal at the NBC event, held at Millennium Biltmore Hotel, were stars like Jennifer Love Hewitt, Amy Poehler, Joel McHale, Zachary Levi, Valerie Bertinelli, Carol Burnett and Mary Tyler Moore.