Lending his star power to the political arena, Clint Eastwood appeared at the Republican National Convention yesterday (August 30), accepting the opportunity to address convention goers.
The 82 year-old actor and director took to the stage, having an imaginary conversation with President Barack Obama, saying, "So, Mr. President, how do you handle promises that you made … I'm not going to shut up, it's my turn," said the Oscar winner. "What do you want me to tell Romney? I can't tell him to do that. He can't do that to himself. You're getting as bad as Biden!"
Utilizing her musical talents to kick off the show, Zooey Deschanel offered up a sweet song to begin her hosting efforts on yesterday's (February 11) episode of "Saturday Night Live".
The "New Girl" actress' monologue saw her greet the studio audience and viewers at home with a ditty about the upcoming Valentine's Day holiday - with the lyrics based upon the unfortunate situation in which only one half of a couple remembers the lovers' holiday is taking place.
Bringing an end to the week with another red carpet toast to Hollywood's finest, a full slate of stars converged upon the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills on Friday evening (January 13) for the 12th Annual AFI Awards.
With the ceremony recognizing the year’s most outstanding achievements in film, television and other forms of the moving image arts, big screen leading men such as Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and George Clooney joined alongside top directors including Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard and Clint Eastwood at the posh Tinseltown fete.