Heading out to the legendary Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, the stars of "Cloud Atlas" brought their revelry to their film's Los Angeles premiere on Wednesday night (October 24).
Celebrating the debut screening were top bill co-stars Tom Hanks and Halle Berry, with the "Forrest Gump" big screen vet joined by wife Rita Wilson while the Oscar-winning "Monster's Ball" beauty turning up on the arm of actor fiance Olivier Martinez.
She’s always been interested in using her celebrity for the benefit of others, and last night Gwyneth Paltrow was spotted at the Women’s Cancer Research Fund’s ‘Unforgettable Evening.’
The “Shakespeare in Love” hottie was looking absolutely gorgeous as she arrived at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, sporting a white dress with a matching blazer and a pair of pink and yellow feathered heels as she mingled with guests including Courtney Cox and Rita Wilson.
While most of us can just throw on some track pants and a hoodie and head out for lunch, celebrities have to meticulously primp before leaving the house. Case in point; Sheryl Crow. While it was just a casual lunch at the Ivy Restaurant with gal pal Rita Wilson, she had to make sure she looked fabulous prior to stepping out in front of the paparazzi.
The “If it Makes You Happy” singer has plenty to be thankful for this holiday season- she has a new album coming out, and it looks to be a winner.
She’s on the list of top earning women in Hollywood, and Julia Roberts keeps getting better as her career progresses. And last night she showed up to the premiere of her new film “Charlie Wilson’s War” looking classically stunning.
The “Pelican Brief” actress wore a little black dress, and kept it simple with minimal accessories and some peep-toe black heels.
Thanks to advertisers continuously looking for new methods of attracting viewers, Kristen Dunst, Kate Hudson and Rita Wilson will make their directorial debuts.
In this past January’s edition of “Glamour” magazine, readers were asked to submit real life stories that left other readers with a positive feeling. Dunst, Hudson, and Wilson selected the winners of the contest, and will turn their stories into short films. The total budget that “Glamour” is coughing up for the promotion is $500,000.