The past year brought us more than a few memorable award-show moments, with the biggest names in music and movies being recognized for their work. From Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway's big Oscar wins to Justin Timberlake returning to the Grammys stage, the stars have had plenty of cute, candid snaps. George Clooney and Amy Poehler cozied up at the Golden Globes, Katy Perry gave Ellen DeGeneres an eyeful when they hit up the Grammys, and the world couldn't stop talking about Miley Cyrus's twerk-filled MTV VMAs performance with Robin Thicke. Meanwhile, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux made the Oscars party rounds with Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom, and Brad Pitt joined Angelina Jolie on the red carpet when she was recognized at the Governors Awards. Click through for those moments — and many, many more — from 2013's biggest award shows!
Adaptations are all the rage, and the upcoming big-screen version of Jonathan Tropper's novel This Is Where I Leave You is one we're eagerly anticipating, since we loved the book about a dysfunctional family begrudgingly coming together. The movie now has a release date of Sept. 12, and if you've read the book, you'll want to see who's playing whom. Jason Bateman is on board to fill the shoes of main character Judd Foxman, one of four siblings who assemble to sit shiva when their father dies, along with Tina Fey and a Girls star. See everyone who's in the cast here.
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Josh Hutcherson may have been doing some serious research for his upcoming SNL hosting gig while attending Thursday night's Museum of Natural History Gala in NYC. The actor was all smiles while hanging with the sketch show's current stars Seth Meyers, Jay Pharoah, and Nasim Pedrad as well as alums like Tina Fey and Will Forte. In addition to his first-ever SNL appearance this Saturday, Josh has also been gearing up for the release of Catching Fire, which hits theaters today. He's back in the Big Apple after a dizzying few weeks of promotion for the sequel and has been crossing the globe with costars Jennifer Lawrence, Elizabeth Banks, and Liam Hemsworth.
While Josh was rubbing elbows during his night at the museum, Liam was nearby making a stop on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. The Aussie actor rode scooters with Jimmy and opened up about growing up with weapons and being "a naughty kid" during his sit-down. Yes, there's a lot to love about Liam, but Josh is definitely worth paying attention to as well — aside from how good he looks in a suit and tie, here are more reasons why you shouldn't be ignoring him!
The 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards are on Sunday, and we're gearing up for the biggest night in TV with a look back at the show's best moments from the past. The Emmys celebrate our small-screen favorites, including hot leading men, funny comedians, and the best dramatic actors — and we can't wait to see who wins big this time around. See a full list of this year's nominees, and click through to see the stars from Emmy's past!
Tina Fey and Paul Rudd joined up to premiere their new flick, Admission, in NYC last night. Paul sported a new retro mustache that he had to grow for Anchorman 2, which is currently filming in Atlanta. Paul told The Hollywood Reporter that everyone is "a bit giddy" about the highly anticipated sequel, adding that the cast members — which include Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate — "all have such fond memories of the first one."
While Paul's facial hair raised a few eyebrows at the premiere, the real focus of the night was Taylor Swift's recent slam of Tina and Amy Poehler in an upcoming issue of Vanity Fair. When asked about Tina and Amy's joke about her during the Golden Globes, Taylor recited a quote about there being "a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." Tina talked to Entertainment Tonight about Taylor's remarks during the premiere, saying that she "did not see that one coming." She added, "It was a joke. It was a lighthearted joke." Admission hits theaters on March 22.
Tina Fey wore a belted black dress to pose for pictures at her Hey Dummies: An Evening With the 30 Rock Writers event held at the Paley Center in NYC last night. She linked up with the other brains behind the show, including head writer Robert Carlock, to share their secrets to creating the hilarious sitcom. The night out gave some members of the 30 Rock family a chance to reminisce after bidding farewell to the series following seven successful seasons, which culminated during its final episode on Jan. 31.
Although Tina wrapped her role on the small screen, she will be popping up on the big screen soon in her latest film, Admission, which is set for release in March. Tina also hit the stage to host this year's Golden Globes with Amy Poehler, but she put a stop to rumors surrounding future Oscars duties. In an interview earlier this week, Tina shot down the idea of hosting the Oscars, revealing, "I just feel like that gig is so hard. Especially for a woman. The amount of months that would be spent trying on dresses alone . . . no way."
There was one glamorous arrival after another at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA on Sunday. Jennifer Lawrence, who is battling walking pneumonia, didn't let her illness stop her from showing up in a strapless Christian Dior gown, while winner Anne Hathaway chose a cropped Giambattista Valli Haute Couture look for her big night. Jennifer Garner, in a gold Oscar de la Renta number, arrived with husband and nominee Ben Affleck and posed with pal Julianne Moore on her way into the show. Nominee Jessica Chastain brought a pop of color with her red Dior Haute Couture gown, and Homeland's Claire Danes swapped her bright Golden Globes look for a dramatic black Givenchy gown. She wasn't the only star who chose a dark hue, since pregnant Busy Philipps rocked a long-sleeved navy number and Amy Poehler went with sexy Oscar de la Renta. There were so many more stars on the red carpet at the SAGs tonight, so click through to see all the looks, and make sure to vote on your favorites in our SAG Awards polls!
The 2013 Golden Globes were full of excitement and emotion in LA on Sunday night. Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler kept the evening light with their jokes and antics, like Amy nuzzling with George Clooney in the audience and the two of them likening Kathryn Bigelow's short-lived marriage to James Cameron to "torture." Other stars also got some big laughs as well, including presenter Aziz Ansari, who pretended to be stoned from Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery's weed cookies. Sacha Baron Cohen gave a mini roast of his Les Misérables costars, when he joked about Anne Hathaway's infamous upskirt incident and sarcastically remarked that Russell Crowe's singing lessons in preparation for the film was "money well spent." Jodie Foster came out while accepting her Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award, moving many attendees to tears.
The show was also full of some big, surprising wins. Ben Affleck nabbed best director for Argo after getting shut out of the category for the Oscar nominations on Thursday, and Argo also won best drama motion picture over Lincoln. Hugh Jackman picked up the best actor in a comedy or musical honor, beating out favorite Bradley Cooper. Most winners broke down into happy tears while accepting their awards, including Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, and Lena Dunham. Lena got particularly emotional while admitting that she had looked up to her fellow best actress nominees when she was younger and that they helped her get through awkward moments. Always quick to add a joke, nominees Tina and Amy joked that they were happy they could get the young Lena "through middle school." Make sure to check out the full list of Golden Globes winners and weigh in on your favorite styles in our red-carpet fashion and beauty polls.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler teamed up or Saturday's Night of Too Many Stars benefit in NYC. The event's organized to benefit research for a cure for autism, and is annually hosted by The Daily Show's Jon Stewart. Jon was able to get other famous friends to attend, including Ben Stiller, Tommy Hilfiger, and Louis C.K. Seth Rogen also made a cameo with wife Lauren Miller on his arm, and Katy Perry did a duet with a young fan. The small girl, who is autistic, played the piano to accompany Katy in a rendition of "Firework." Katy was touched to be a part of the charitable evening, tweeting yesterday, "I will never forget last night. It was the most important moment thus far of what I do." Other highlights from the show included two women who paid $36,000 to hang out with Tina and Amy for one night.
InStyle hosted another of its famous post-Golden Globes bashes at the Beverly Hilton Hotel last night! As always, the magazine gathered some of the biggest stars from TV and film. Will Arnett and Amy Poehler joked around on the party's red carpet, while Sofia Vergara prepped to celebrate Modern Family's best comedy series win. Rachel Zoe wore a dress from her own collection to mingle with friends, and Orlando Bloom threw an arm around his Dolce and Gabbana-clad wife Miranda Kerr on the way inside.
Miranda and Orlando didn't have projects in the running last night, but they had plenty to toast anyway — Orlando had a birthday Friday, and Miranda was just named a new celebrity ambassador for Qantas Airways. They had plenty of famous pals to share Moët with last night, including Kate Beckinsale, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Zooey Deschanel. Other Globes winners like The Help's Octavia Spencer, Boss's Kelsey Grammer, and Luther's Idris Elba. To see photos of them all en route to InStyle's bash, check out our gallery.