Always one of the most well attended fetes during Hollywood's biggest night, the Vanity Fair Oscar Party continued to live up to its reputation on Sunday (February 22).
Hosted by Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, top names like Natalie Portman, Sofia Vergara, Emma Stone and Beyoncé were among the celebrities ringing in the 20th anniversary of the exclusive Academy Awards soiree.
Later this year she’ll become a mom, and Keira Knightley hopes to have an Oscar trophy on her mantle when she brings her baby home from the hospital.
Earlier tonight (February 22) the “Begin Again” actress showed up at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for the 87th Annual Academy Awards, where she’s nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “The Imitation Game.”
Kicking off the week with some career duties, Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley showed up at the Paley Center for Media to attend The New York Times’ Times Talk & TIFF in Los Angeles presents “The Imitation Game” last night (February 16).
The newly-married “Sherlock” stud and his pregnant costar were in good spirits as they chatted with press and posed for photos prior to the event.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue poser and the “Begin Again” actress look gorgeous as they work their magic for the Comic Relief edition of the publication, with each copy sold generating a donation to the UK charity.
Showing off her baby bump with hubby James Righton, the “Imitation Game” star got plenty of attention as she worked the arrivals area before shuffling inside the Hollywood Palladium to catch all the action.
Even though she’s one of England’s hottest exports, Keira Knightley still has to deal with fans confusing her with one of her famous peers. In a new interview with the Daily Telegraph, the “Love Actually” starlet shares that she gets mistaken for Anne Hathaway, which actually worked out when the “Dark Knight Rises” actress pulled out of “Laggies” and producers called her to fill in.
Knightley explains, "She dropped out very late in the process and they were scrambling a bit to find somebody and I was...well, I didn't have anything. Stylistically, it's completely different from what I had been doing previously so it was very much 'jump in and hope for the best.'"