With a great cast and a killer concept, “The Day the Earth Stood Still” is a fantastic remake of the original 1951 sc-fi classic. And earlier today cast members Keanu Reeves, Jaden Smith, and Jennifer Connelly were in Tokyo, Japan for the big premiere.
The “Matrix” stud donned a patchy beard and a dark suit as he addressed the audience at Roppongi Hills along with his “Labyrinth” costar and Will Smith’s son.
The Lincoln Center in New York City was definitely the place to be last night. Glamour’s Women of the Year 2007 was in the house, and some big names showed up for the festivities.
Abigail Breslin was named the first ever Girl of the Year. She’s been a huge hit ever since “Little Miss Sunshine” made its way into theaters. And with the success of “No Reservations,” Breslin is on her way to a serious career in film.
We can all think of a moment in our favorite movie where the actor seemed so gripped with the scene that it feels like reality. In a recent interview, Jennifer Connelly revealed that her most recent role in the just-released film “Reservation Road” was the toughest one she’s ever played.
The “Labyrinth” actress told press, "About a week into the movie, I thought, 'What have I done? What have I let myself in for?' I could feel it in my dreams, having a hard time sleeping, my jaw locking up -- tension, physical strain. I couldn't avoid those feelings, even if I wanted to leave this character on the set."
The 11th Annual Hollywood Awards brought out Tinseltown’s best for a night of glitz and glamor. A-listers such as Casey Affleck, Brad Pitt, Jennifer Connelly, and Megan Fox gave paparazzi something to clamor about.
Casey Affleck took home the award for “Hollywood Breakthrough Acting.” And to sweeten the moment, Casey’s “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” co-star Brad Pitt presented him with the trophy.
The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art was the place to be and be seen on Monday night (May 7). The Met played host to this year's Costume Institute Gala in honor of Paul Poiret.
Poiret was a renowned pre-World War II fashion designer, who was the first to use draping in dressmaking and is credited with launching the suspender belt, flesh-colored stockings, the sack dress and culottes.