Drew Barrymore rose to fame as a child star who has been very open about the emotional/physical problems that she faced. Drew Barrymore is one of the most known actresses in Hollywood, she has always has a full schedule of new movies to film.
Paying tribute to two worthy individuals while also raising much-needed funds, the 2011 LACMA Art + Film Gala was held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Saturday night (November 5).
With this year's honorees being Clint Eastwood and artist John Baldessari, the swanky affair was co-chaired by Leonardo DiCaprio and Eva Chow while collecting cash for "the museum’s recently reenergized film program, which now includes exhibitions, acquisitions, educational programming, screenings, and a series called Live Read created by Jason Reitman."
Landing the cover thanks to her charitable efforts in Kenya, Drew Barrymore is the focus of Condé Nast Traveler's first ever Visionaries issue.
Set to hit newsstands nationwide on August 23rd, the publication delves into the 36-year-old Hollywood star's efforts through the World Food Programme - which include building a brand-new primary school, providing food for children, and digging wells that are life altering for the villagers.
Hoping that their new spin on the classic show is well-received, the stars of ABC's "Charlie's Angels" took their turn in the Comic-Con spotlight on Saturday (July 23).
The reboot of the hit 70's series and two movies stars a trifecta of lovely ladies - with Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor and Annie Ilonzeh gracing the panel alongside co-star Ramon Rodriguez and executive producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar.