Putting on their best pink attire, some of Hollywood's A-listers headed to Elyse Walker Presents The 8th Annual Pink Party to benefit Cedars-Sinai Women's Cancer Program at Barkar Hangar in Santa Monica Airport on Saturday (October 27).
Walking the pink carpet at the event were the lovely Michelle Pfeiffer, who wore a shiny pink, black, and gray sleeveless dress and heels, a frilly Leslie Mann, who wore a burgundy and white polka-dotted dress as she was joined by Judd Apatow, whose burgundy blazer and checked shirt coordinated well with his wife.
Out to celebrate a new milestone in French film production, Hollywood celebs from all walks gathered at the La Cite Du Cinema launch in Paris, France on Friday (September 21).
Among those glamming up the Saint-Denis red carpet for the film studio's debut were “Glee” starlet Dianna Agron, who stunned in a Christian Dior number, while Oscar-nominated "Frida" actress Salma Hayek dazzled in a long-sleeve black frock as she perused the grounds on the arm of billionaire hubby Francois Henri Pinault.
The event was held at Los Angeles’ Regal Cinemas LA Live Stadium 14 and Miss Banks looked stunning in a copper cocktail dress with strappy gold heels while her co-star donned a conservative grey dress with black pumps.
Their new movie is set to hit theaters this Friday (May 11), and the stars of “Dark Shadows” came together at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, CA for the film’s red carpet premiere on Monday evening (May 7).
Boasting quite the A-List cast, co-stars Johnny Depp and Michelle Pfeiffer were on hand to greet spectators and pose for awaiting photographers before heading into the new Tim Burton motion picture screening.
As the release date nears, Warner Brothers Pictures has released another featurette for their new offering “Dark Shadows”.
In the latest clip, we learn about the Collins family’s oddities that make them a hilarious and charming group to watch on the big screen, as director Tim Burton says, “They’re in hit hard times and they don’t seem to get out much.”