Gwyneth Paltrow took the stage at the New York Film Festival for a special event honoring the 10-year anniversary of The Royal Tenenbaums. In the movie, Gwyneth memorably played the kooky character Margot — and on every Oct. 31 since 2001, there have been plenty of people dressed up in Margot Tenenbaum costumes! Gwyneth joined costars Bill Murray and Anjelica Huston for pictures and a Q&A session with director Wes Anderson as well as co-writer Noah Baumbach. She tweeted a photo from the event, captioning it, "Leaving a special 10th anniversary screening of The Royal Tenenbaums at the NY film festival. I can't believe I'm Margot." The evening of reminiscence came for Gwyneth during a break from her latest Big Apple project. Gwyneth's filming Thanks For Sharing with Mark Ruffalo, and work on that project has taken them from Central Park to Brooklyn and Harlem.
George Clooney changed out of his casual clothes into black tie for The Fantastic Mr Fox premiere at the opening of the London Film Festival in Leicester Square last night. He was joined by Elisabetta Canali, who wore a black outfit like Cindy Crawford and Myleene Klass, while Sophie Dahl matched her dress to the red carpet. Sophie's step-grandmother Felicity was also at the premiere, and said the author of the original book Roald Dahl would have loved it. Earlier in the day George attended a press conference at the Dorchester Hotel with his costars Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Jarvis Cocker and director Wes Anderson, and joked about adopting Brad Pitt's kids after Jarvis had to explain to him what "broody" meant
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Wes Anderson's adaptation of The Fantastic Mr Fox is something that has intrigued me since it was announced, and the trailer has just been released! Known for movies like Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums, Wes's take on the story is filmed in stop motion animation, starring George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Owen Wilson, Jason Schwartzman and Bill Murray. It comes out on October 23 in the UK and I really like the feel of the trailer. I'd love to know what you think, so let me know — will you see it or skip it?