Kristen Stewart vamped it up for the premiere of On the Road at the AFI Fest presented by Audi, in LA on Saturday night. Kristen has been in Breaking Dawn Part 2 promotional mode for the past week, but she switched gears to support her indie project alongside two of her costars, Garrett Hedlund and Amy Adams. After introducing the film to the crowd at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Kristen headed over to the afterparty at the Roosevelt. Kristen changed from her red carpet look into a leather jacket and jeans and was joined by boyfriend Robert Pattinson. Kristen and Robert have been more openly affectionate and sweet during this final Twilight press tour. The big LA premiere is Nov. 12, and before then, we can expect many more interviews and appearances together. They still have time for fun, however, and were spotted holding hands and wearing masks at a Halloween party last week.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art brought out a host of stars for its annual Art and Film Gala on Saturday night. Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux mingled with friends Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz at the event — it was actually Drew's first post-baby night out! Salma Hayek and Kerry Washington also made appearances.
Robert Pattinson suited up for the night out after returning to the West Coast from his Australian Breaking Dawn Part 2 press tour. He posed with Cameron, who made her latest red carpet run following her appearance at the opening of Rag & Bone's new LA store on Friday. Amy Adams met up with Tom Hanks, while Minka Kelly and her boyfriend Chris Evans posed separately on their way into the bash, which honored Ed Ruscha and Stanley Kubrick. Florence Welch performed, and Evan Rachel Wood also took the microphone during the star-studded evening.
Justin Timberlake and Amy Adams teamed up with director Clint Eastwood last night for the LA premiere of their Trouble With the Curve, which hits theaters tomorrow. The baseball-themed picture is Justin's latest to arrive in theaters. He's spent much of the last couple months on location in Puerto Rico making Runner, Runner with costars Ben Affleck and Anthony Mackie. On the astroturf carpet, reporters spoke to JT about the picture and the possibility of another album. Justin said of making new music, "[It's] a really big deal. For me, personally, when I do sit down and decide to do it, it's just a special thing. . . . I don't know that I can pump them out every year."
Yesterday brought a welcome reunion for Amy and Justin, who were seen hugging and posing for photos with Clint outside the theater and at the afterparty. Amy made the rounds in a scarlet dress from designer Roksanda Ilincic and Casadei shoes. Justin had two very special guests — his fiancée, a Dolce&Gabbana-clad Jessica Biel, stepped out for the fun Hollywood night, as did his mom, Lynn Harless.
The front row at Calvin Klein's Spring 2013 show was packed with stars in NYC today. Diane Kruger, who was fresh off of her trip to Canada for the Toronto International Film Festival, chatted with Emma Stone and Amy Adams before the runway presentation kicked off. Amy was back in front of the cameras after a busy week spent promoting The Master, which hits theaters on Sept. 21. Emma's been in the spotlight lately supporting breast cancer awareness and posed with her mom, Krista, in a new ad for Revlon Cares. NYFW ends today, so make sure to check out all the pictures from the fashionable fun!
The ladies who attended last night's 2012 Style Awards in NYC showed off their own fashion choices on the red carpet. Amy Adams modeled an eggplant Giambattista Valli number, while Nicole Richie left little to the imagination in her Anthony Vaccarello dress. Nicole was there to honor her hairstylist and pal, Andy Lecompte, and the duo posed for pictures together. We were on the red carpet catching up with some of the stars including Iman and Carolina Herrera — stay tuned for that video later today on Fab Flash!
Katie Holmes dressed in a Carolina Herrera skirt-and-shirt combo, and later presented a statue to Carolina herself. It was a big night for Katie — the show was her first official public appearance since divorcing Tom Cruise. Katie also has some celebrating to do as it was just announced that she's the new face of Bobbi Brown. Bobbi gushed about nabbing Katie as her first-ever ambassador, saying, "We bonded . . . We weren't looking for a celebrity, just a cool, amazing woman who would fit with our brand. And she's just ridiculously naturally beautiful."
Playing a grumpy old man must be like slipping on an old shoe for Clint Eastwood, who embodies a curmudgeon yet again as an aging baseball scout in Trouble With the Curve. He elects to go on one last recruiting trip, accompanied by his daughter (Amy Adams), with whom he shares a rocky relationship. Lucky for her, she gets more than just backhanded compliments from her father out of the trip; a handsome fellow recruiter (Justin Timberlake) shows up on the scene and takes an interest in her.
Call me a sucker, but my heart swelled just a little bigger while watching the trailer (likely because Phillip Phillips's "Home" plays, and that song turns me into a puddle of mush). While I wouldn't have necessarily paired Adams and Timberlake, I like them a lot together, and the tension between Adams's character and her father gives the film just enough depth to explore. Trouble With the Curve opens Sept. 21, and you can watch the trailer after the jump.
As we've just come off from London Fashion Week, it's quite exciting to see so many British designers have their dresses worn on the red carpet at last night's Oscars. From Rose Byrne donning a sequin, backless Vivienne Westwood gown, to Amy Adams also in a chic, silver Vivienne Westwood cocktail frock, Mischa Barton in Temperley, Jessica Chastain in Alexander McQueen and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Antonio Berardi, I'm very excited for these designers to share the spotlight with the beautiful actresses they have dressed. Take a look through my slideshow and let me know which dress created by a talented British designer you like best!
The fun continued inside Siren Studios in LA last night for the stars who attended the Vanity Fair and Juicy Couture event cohosted by Shailene Woodley, benefiting her All It Takes charity. Jessica Chastain made the rounds in her daring Alexander McQueen ensemble, chatting with friends like Marcia Gay Harden and Kelly Lynch. Jessica's on the current cover of Vanity Fair, along with fellow attendees like Shailene and Paula Patton. Paula made the rounds and said hello to pals like Ali Larter and Dania Ramirez. The pre-Oscars event was one of the many taking place in and around Hollywood in the run-up to Sunday's ceremony. Jessica is in the running for her first-ever statue — do you think she'll win best supporting actress for The Help? Make sure to fill out a 2012 Oscars ballot with your winner predictions and enter to win an iPad!
Amy Adams, Malin Akerman, and Jessica Chastain were among the stars who turned out for a Vanity Fair and Juicy Couture bash last night at LA's Siren Studios. Shailene Woodley hosted the party as well, as it was held to benefit her All It Takes charity. Many of the attendees are on the front of Vanity Fair's young Hollywood issue, including Jessica, Shailene, and Paula Patton.
The red carpet also brought out Hayden Panettiere, Anna Kendrick, Stacy Keibler, Kate Mara, and a pregnant Molly Sims. Jessica turned heads while posing for the photographers thanks to her plunging dress from Alexander McQueen. Amy kept things simple in a dark ensemble, while Malin upped the glam factor in black and white J.Mendel.
The Muppets shut down Hollywood Boulevard in LA yesterday for the world premiere of their new movie. Kermit the Frog was joined by his whole crew — Gonzo, Rolf, Animal, Fozzy, and newcomer Walter — arriving in a Jeep to kick off the green-carpet processional of stars and puppets. Miss Piggy followed closely behind in her own convertible, wearing Jeremy Scott and Louboutins, and blew kisses to the crowd. We talked to Piggy and Kermit about their return to the big screen, and the pair joked that this film brought them closer together.
We also spoke with some of the human stars including Amy Adams and Jason Segel. Jason said it was a dream come true to work with the Muppets and he plans on inviting all of them, including his puppet brother Walter, over for Thanksgiving dinner so they can reenact the landing on Plymouth Rock. Many of Jason's How I Met Your Mother costars also stepped out to support his latest venture including Alyson Hannigan, Josh Radnor, and Neil Patrick Harris, who has a small role in the film. Meanwhile, Amy spoke with us about the importance of making family films and working with the ultimate leading man, Kermit — stay tuned for more of our interviews with the cast in PopSugar Rush!