Descending upon the Beverly Hilton Hotel for a red carpet affair, the stars turned up for the 14th annual Hollywood Awards Gala in Beverly Hills on Monday evening (October 25).
Among those in attendance at the posh Tinseltown ceremony were the lovely Halle Berry, as well as fellow actresses Hilary Swank, Mila Kunis, Bryce Dallas Howard, Leighton Meester, Mila Jovovich, Jodie Foster and Mia Wasikowska.
Hot on the promotional trail, Mel Gibson hit the red carpet alongside babymama Oksana Grigorieva at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California on Tuesday night (January 26).
Out for the premiere of his new movie "Edge of Darkness," the "Lethal Weapon" star and his lady joined actress Jodie Foster along with celebrity guests including Joe Jonas, Bojana Novakovic and Caterina Scorsone.
Always a fan of a good chick flick, Eva Longoria was spotted hanging out at a special screening of “Phoebe in Wonderland” last night (March 1) in Beverly Hills.
The “Over Her Dead Body” hottie was looking super fine in a red off-the-shoulder dress teamed with a pair of beige heels as she posed for the paparazzi along with stars like William H. Macy, Elle Fanning, and Jodie Foster outside the Writer’s Guild Theater.
It’s almost here… this Friday (April 4th) the fantasy/adventure film “Nim’s Island” hits theaters, and Jodie Foster and Abigail Breslin were spotted at the big Hollywood premiere yesterday.
The “Silence of the Lambs” actress looked cute and conservative in a bluish-grey 1940s-style short-sleeved dress as she smiled for the cameras. Jodie has always been more a fan of letting her acting, rather than her clothes, define her.
With the increasing Australian interest in American popular culture, Hollywood celebrities are finding themselves going down under more and more. And Jodie Foster was spotted in Kangaroo Land earlier today for the premiere of her new film.
“Nim’s Island” is about a young girl who inhabits an isolated island with her scientist father and communicates with a reclusive author of the novel she's reading. It is based on the book by Wendy Orr and Kerry Millard.