Brandy sang the national anthem, and Bruce Willis and Halle Berry were the shouters in chief at EIF’s Revlon Run Walk For Women at the Coliseum Saturday morning, an early 8:45 a.m. start.
Entertainment Tonight’s Brooke Anderson, Christina Applegate, Willis, Revlon spokesperson Halle Berry, walk co-founder Lilly Tartikoff, and EIF chief Lisa Paulsen on the early morning carpet.
“Godzilla” thundered across Hollywood Boulevard on Thursday night. Team Warner Brothers left footprints: Kevin Tsujihara, domestic distribution president Dan Fellman, international distribution president Veronika Kwan Vandenberg, director Gareth Edwards, and Sue Kroll.
At “Godzilla”, Bryan Cranston prepares to wave or show off a mean monster jaw with his hand. Either way, Elizabeth Olsen is amused.
Meanwhile, Kate Hudson and Steven Tyler were up in each other’s face, as Hudson’s Chrome Hearts partner Laurie Lynn Stark was ready to shoot at a garden party celebrating the Hudson-Stark collaboration launch on Thursday night.
Across the barricaded street from “Godzilla,” Nylon magazine threw its annual spring Young Hollywood party at the Roosevelt. Francesca Eastwood (right) was the guest of honor for her new show with Nylon and Maker Studios, and BCBGeneration outfitted all the key players. BCBGeneration creative director Joyce Azria, and Nylon associate publisher Karim Abay flank Eastwood poolside.
Sosie Bacon (this year’s Miss Golden Globes) with singer pal Kathryn Gallagher (dad is Peter), some strong advice for young Hollywood, and Alexander Nifong with social media A-lister Amy Pham at Nylon.
Dressed for evil, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were the most popular photo props at Kensington Palace in London on Thursday. The event: A Costume and Prop exhibit for “Maleficent,” a fundraiser for a UK children’s hospital.
HBO’s Jay Roewe represented the network at the Skirball Thursday night for the Covenant House California “Magical Night of Hope” event. “20 Feet from Stardom” singer Lynn Mabry performed, and “Episodes” favorite Mircea Monroe glammed up the festivities on the hill.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Ray Liotta and Bill Paxton digested A&E’s early evening upfront at the Park Avenue Armory in NYC on Thursday. Vampire Weekend played.
Henry Rollins and H2 SVP/Head of Programming Paul Cabana at the upfront.
The least popular franchise in Hollywood, “Westside Obama Traffic Nightmare Part 7”, was the coming attraction for this worthy result: Steven Spielberg presenting President Obama with the USC Shoah Foundation’s Ambassadors for Humanity Award at the Century Plaza on Wednesday night.
Bruce Springsteen played the harmonica heavy “The Promised Land” for the POTUS.
James Brolin, Barbra Streisand, and Liam Neeson.
Michelle Alves and Guy Oseary.
Just in case he finds himself alone.
Kathleen Kennedy and Sue Kroll.
Conan O’Brien and Samuel L. Jackson.
Meanwhile, Jon Favreau celebrated his foodie festival hit “Chef” at the DGA, with an assist from Bruins fan and “Ace of Cakes” chef/boss Duff Goldman.
The story of foodtruck redemption, which opens May 16, had the catering on Sunset Blvd. after the screening. Emjay Anthony, who plays Favreau’s sous-chef-on-wheels son in the movie pitched in.
Sarah Silverman and the roastmaster Jeffrey Ross took in the “Chef” screening.
Open Road Films CEO Tom Ortenberg, Favreau, Roy Choi (Kogi BBQ Truck, Favreau’s on-set coach), and Jason Cassidy (Open Road’s Marketing President) after the credits rolled.
In between NHL playoffs, NBC Sports renewed its commitment to both the Olympics and Olympic wrestling, taking over Times Square on Wednesday afternoon for a “Beat the Streets” exhibition. (Last year, they “Rumbled on the Rails” at Grand Central Station).
Comic Nikki Glaser hosted a live artist collaboration for the new Audi A3 at Hangar 8 at the Santa Monica Airport on Wednesday, where graffiti artists, skaters, chefs, and a company from Upright Citizens Brigade brought consumer tweets of how people “#PaidMyDues” to life in various mediums.
Lisa Hanawalt, a comic illustrator working on Netflix’s upcoming series “Bojack Horseman”, was one of the Audi A3 artists creating on-demand.
BAFTA Los Angeles Deputy Chair Deb Kolar, Kieran Evans, and British Council’s Simon Gammell were six of the eyes on screen at BAFTA LA ‘Brits To Watch’ Screening Series of “Kelly + Victor” at Soho House on May 8.
Another Eastwood front and center, Francesca’s brother Scott, who just landed a lead role in the next Nicholas Sparks romance movie for Fox 2000, was the center of attention at Jose Cuervo’s Cinco de Mayo party in Del Mar. Trivia: Jose Cuervo (a real person) invented the margarita.
Adrien Brody went to the PGA’s Players Championship in Florida. The pros will be broadcast on NBC this weekend, but Brody had his own media scrum during Grey Goose’s pre-tournament promotions. Brody looks more comfortable at the 19th hole (right).
Usually when you’re honored, you don’t have to also perform. Not so for Bill Cosby, who filled both roles at the Casa of Los Angeles event at the Beverly Hilton on Tuesday night. Providing support to foster homes, the night also honored last festival season favorite “Short Term 12”.
Julia Sorkin hosted, from left, Beth Behrs, “2 Broke Girls” Exec Producer Michelle Nader, Darren Star and Darryl Crittenden (amongst Katherine Heigl and Hilary Duff) at her house in Beverly Hills to celebrate the ASPCA’s $25 million dollar investment in saving animals in L.A.
Former “Top Chef” judge Hugh Acheson and Josh Henderson touched down in Kentucky at the Fillies & Stallions party. With Captain Morgan White Rum backing the event, Chef Acheson was on the clock, tasked with coming up with a new version of the mint julep. The athlete heavy crowd included Aaron Rodgers and Kris Humphries.