When photographers become stylists. Star Elle Fanning got 4 hands of help on the Arclight carpet before the L.A. premiere of “Low Down” on Thursday night.
Flea co-stars with Fanning. The awesome John Hawkes (not pictured) plays Fanning’s heroin-addicted father in 1970’s Hollywood.
These three will be watching the box office when “Low Down” opens next Friday: Producers Ron Yerxa, Mindy Goldberg, and Albert Berger.
Charlie Dovaston, “Low Down” director Jeff Preiss, and Cristina Phipps at the Wood & Vine after party.
Jay Leno delivers again. J.R. Martinez (far left) and Toni Braxton (bottom right) helped bring in the bucks for The American Friends of Magen David- $5.7 million at the Beverly Hilton on Thursday night.
Andrew Garfield, Joshua Jackson, Taylor Kitsch, and GQ Publisher Howard Mittman were the bright lights at GQ’s Gentlemen’s Ball at IAC’s HQ in New York on Wednesday night.
Garfield and Zachary Quinto prepared to square dance and/or wrestle.
George Lopez and the man about town Cohen.
Cohen with Jenna Bush Hager, who helped select the five award recipients.
GQ Publisher Howard Mittman with Movado Chairman/CEO Efraim Grinberg, who presented the awards to men running charities for diverse causes from college completion to fostering women-run businesses in Africa.
Back in L.A., the hottest club right now is…..Restoration Hardware. No joke. The line extended down Melrose and around the block on Westmount on Wednesday night for the opening of the massive three story space. It’s gorgeous in there. Molly Sims, Vanessa Lachey, Chord Overstreet, and Jaime King were amongst the hundreds.
Also on Wednesday, Nikki Reed, ASPCA President/CEO Matt Bershadker, Milla Jojovich and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting climbed up to a Bel-Air spread for an ASPCA event.
Nikki and Kaley were the two honorees and showed off their glassware.
2014 Israel Film Festival Visionary Award Winner Arnon Milchan and Warren Beatty at the opening night gala for the 28th edition of the festival in Beverly Hills on October 23.
Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Mace Neufeld and Hector Elizondo at the Israel Film Festival
“Extra” is gone. E! is in at The Grove. The red carpet team celebrated with a get together Thursday night at the busiest place in L.A.: Ali Fedotowsky, Terrence Jenkins, NBCU Cable Lifestyle Networks President Frances Berwick, “E! News” Managing Editor and Co-Anchor of “E! News” Giuliana Rancic, former “Extra” host now back at The Grove, Maria Menounos, and Esquire President /E! General Manager Adam Stotsky.
Bella Thorne crowned a king and queen at a homecoming dance in Huntington Park thrown by the video game “Just Dance”. Tyler Oakley (right) looks on.
Charli XCX was the homecoming DJ, played the game, and got the young cool principal (right, in the white jacket) dancing along. Impressive Fact: 100% of the students at this school, Aspire Pacific Academy, go on to college.
Molly Ringwald and Shailene Woodley hung out together at the “White Bird in a Blizzard” after party at Umami Burger on Tuesday night.
Jimmy Kimmel made Matthew McConaughey Lincoln car commercial jokes to his face as the aw-shucks playing Oscar winning bongo player accepted the American Cinematheque’s award at the Beverly Hilton on Tuesday night.
Kate Hudson told stories of finding McConaughey naked on a rock in Canada, while outshining Reese Witherspoon, Hathaway, Jennifer Garner, Jessica Chastain, and Christopher Nolan in a speech-off of who loves McConaughey the most.
This was not a selfie. Reese Witherspoon shot the giant projected face of her “Mud” co-star at the American Cimenatheque Award at the Beverly Hilton.
Anne Hathaway – still caffeinated. She honored her “Interstellar” co-star Matthew McConaughey as part of his tribute.
Richard Weitz, BEP’s Danny Sussman, BEP’s Sandy Wernick, WME’s Paul Haas, WME’s Phil D’Amercourt, and Rich Cook spent Monday golfing at the Wilshire Country Club for the Barlow Foundation’s Bernie Brillstein Golf Classic.
WME Partner Richard Weitz (center) was this year’s honoree at the Bernie Brillstein Golf Classic at the Wilshire Country Club on Monday. Surrounding Weitz: Carrie Brillstein, LL Cool J, Jerry Sraberg, and Johnny Mathis.
Weitz night at the Wilshire CC.
Rob Lowe showed the results of a bloody surfing knee gash he suffered over the weekend while presenting to Weitz, who co-represented him with the late Bernie Brillstein.
While everyone was talking about Renee Zellweger’s face, three other blonde and accomplished actresses skated at Elle’s Women in Hollywood Party at the Four Seasons on Monday: Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Poehler, and Elizabeth Banks.
Carell at Elle. Jennifer Garner, who was also at the McConaughey tribute, spent the night before with awards contender Steve Carell at Elle.
$3 Million on a Sunday night: Rabbi David Baron, Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse, Haim Saban, Dr. Cheryl Saban and Stanley Black raised 7 figures at the Saban Theatre on Sunday night for the Beverly Hills Performing Arts Center and the Temple of the Arts.