Party Report in Pictures: Josh Hutcherson Emerges a ‘Victor’ in Celeb Hoops

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Normally at L.A. Live for "Hunger Games" mega-premieres, Josh Hutcherson played the role of Lebron, hosting a celeb hoops game on Friday night.
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These scene: the start of L.A. Live's NIke Basketball 3 on 3 Tournament.
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There was actual action on the pop-up court, including a dunk. (But not from Christopher "McLovin" Mintz-Plasse, as movie-guy Ben Lyons was quick to point out.
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Nice talent wrangling job by Felisa Israel and her 10 Fold Entertainment. Chelsea Lately foil Chuy Bravo was a "coach", in a group that included Kyle Massey, Romeo "Lil Romeo" Miller, Hayley Orrantia, and the aforementioned Lyons.
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Terrell Owens followed up his art-gallery appearance on "Hard Knocks" this week by stepping on to a different field of play.
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Tight duo Hayley Orrantia and Francia Raisa were headed to Sunday's Fox Teen Choice Awards too.
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This is the kind of sign/demogaphic we're used to seeing for Hutcherson appearances at L.A. Live...
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...but the result is the same.
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Hutcherson and Kyle Massey. The night raised $37,000+ for "Straight But Not Narrow," aimed at grooming LGBTQ allies in teen communities.
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Meanwhile in West Hollywood, Eric Perlman and Jared Rothman brought a slice of top tier street artists out of the shadows and in to the Riviera 31 at the Sofitel for an art show dubbed "Contraband 2" on Friday night. Social media was prohibited.
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Talent agents take notice: The shift from reality star birthday parties to Instagram celebrity features is on. Jen Selter (4.1 million followers, usually not shot facing camera) celebrated her 21st birthday at TAO in Las Vegas on Friday night.
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Sundance NEXT fest is in full swing downtown through Sunday, merging cinema and music. Sundance Festival director John Cooper and programming director Trevor Groth were at the the Ace Hotel theatre for the "Life After Beth" screening and concert Friday night.
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Inside, Groth introduces "Beth" writer/director Jeff Baena, Dane DeHaan, Aubrey Plaza, Molly Shannon, and Matthew Gray Gubler. This group earned a Grand Jury Prize nomination at the original Sundance fest back in January.
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Outside, Rose McGowan owned the carpet and Davey Detail's face.
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Meanwhile up north, Kanye West headlined the first night of Outside Lands in Golden Gate park on Friday night. He only wore a ridiculous mask part of the time.
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Outside Lands has comedy and arts on the bill too, such as Lewis Black (pictured) and Aisha Tyler.
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Chromeo made it back-to-back festival weekends, coming off last weekend's Lollapalooza in Chicago.
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Heineken imported E!'s awards show glam-cam for 360 selfies inside their extensive "Heineken House" compound.
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HBO's "Hard Knocks" does not occupy the Atlanta reality throne alone. On Friday night, newly engaged "Bachelorette" Andi Dorfman (right) threw a bowling surprise party for fiance Josh Murray (black shirt). Her original season castmate (and avid reality tweeter) Kelly Travis was on hand in the left lane.
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Handbag designer Nikki Erwin (left) drew pal Haylie Duff to her kitchen to cook (and sit for) her Donatienne "Ladies Who Brunch." The Thursday morning handbag launch took place at her Beverly Hills house, giving Duff a chance to show off what is in the pages of her new cookbook.
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Donatienne fan/jewelry designer/Mrs. Tobey Maguire Jennifer Meyer's "get to know you survey" at the brunch.
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Thursday socials? No problem for Duff, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Lindsay Leland, Erwin, Erin Foster, Lexi VonderLieth and Lindsay Margolis.
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Two nights before its day-and-date release on Friday, "About Alex" cast and friends including Max Minghella, Melanie Lynskey, Jason Ritter, and Aubrey Plaza celebrated at Wood & Vine after the Arclight premiere.
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Maggie Grace and the film's EP Marshall Herskovitz catch up at the after party on Wednesday night.
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Like father, like son. Ed Zwick ("Blood Diamond") is an EP on writer/director/son Jesse Zwick's "About Alex".
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"Parenthood" actress Mae Whitman and the film's Jane Levy enjoyed the night sponsored by Ploom.
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Dane DeHaan made the scene for his "Life After Beth" co-star Aubrey Plaza. Purity Vodka flowed at the after party.
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Meanwhile at the House of Blues, a salad of activist actors, hospitality chiefs, and bands threw the Imagine Ball, for long term assistance for L.A. families combating homelessness. Kylie Jenner (left) added starpower as Anne Heche took the mic as the organization's spokesperson.
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Imagine Ball hosts included Christina McLarty, James Tupper, Heche, and David Arquette. "They mentor families for years," chair John Terzian told TheWrap.
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Who knew Canadian reggae was the next big thing? After 62 million streams and multiple weeks as #1 with "Rude", Magic! made it 62,000,001 at the Imagine Ball.
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"Let's not do a boring dinner ," producer/h.wood principal John Terzian (with co-producer Randall Kaplan) told TheWrap. "You guys raise money the old way. Let me do a fun concert the way I do things, and that's what I did."
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At the Landmark on Wednesday night, Daniel Radcliffe introduced his rom-com "What If" at elite society IvyConnect's 1st Annual Ivy Innovator Film Awards.
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Meanwhile in NYC, David Glasser and Danny Strong are in an empire state of mind at the Dream Downtown on Wednesday night. The occasion: The after party for Lexus and the Weinstein's "Life is Amazing" short films series.
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Two captains of industry, and fellow producers on Dreamworks' "The Hundred-Foot Journey" in NYC on Monday night.
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"The Hundred-Foot Journey" producers Jeff Skoll, Steven Spielberg, and Jim Berk at the Ziegfeld.
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Producer Juliet Blake made the debut of the Lasse Hallstrom film which debuts Friday, August 8.
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Also in NYC, a solo Chris Martin. He is not on tour this summer, so the only place to catch the frontman singing was in the SiriusXM studios. He played "Clocks" as part of a special set to air this weekend.
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Brooklyn Net Jason Collins made summer school brighter at the Children's Defense Fund's Freedom School, a partnership with the Katie McGrath and J.J. Abrams' Family Foundation.
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Aspen without snow: Timothy Olyphant and Mamie Gummer took in the off-season at The Aspen Art Museum's Audi Artcrush over the weekend.
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Before STARZ' "Outlander" premiere this weekend, a giant group of the creatives, and Time Warner Cable Executives toasted each other over a luncheon at TWC HQ in NYC. The group included star Sam Heughan, kilt wearing EP Ronald Moore, star Caitriona Balfe, and author Diana Gabaldon (3rd-6th from left).