10 items from 2014
Arguably the most well-attended and sought-after Oscar party belongs to Conde Nast’s Vanity Fair. Gaining admittance suggests both clout and perseverance. I was granted 30 minutes to take a look around the most powerful room in Hollywood. No notebook, tape recorder or interviews. I was provided a window placard for my car which declared the time of my admittance, I was issued a badge-like plastic contraption that included my name, which was announced – equal parts social graces and security measures – during the approach to party’s new location at 8680 Sunset Blvd.
11:15 p.m. The line of black SUV’s snaking east on Sunset Boulevard were filled with starlets and producers, some clasping golden statues, others looking to drown their sorrows.
- Alexandra Cheney
The rainy weather didn’t dampen the spirits of the cast of Roadside Attractions and Ld Entertainment’s romantic thriller “In Secret” as they gathered for the Los Angeles premiere on Feb. 6 at the ArcLight Hollywood.
Stratton said he was a fan of the book even before there was talk of a movie and called this project “a dream come true.” He also discussed the cast and the opportune timing that allowed actors like “Inside Llewyn Davis” star Oscar Isaac to work on the indie film.
“It was wild because everybody was at a specific moment in their career,” Stratton explained. “Oscar had just wrapped the Coen brothers movie and a week later he was on our set… And then you have »
- Andrea Seikaly
After starting off the third season of Girls with such a solid bang, it was perhaps inevitable that Lena Dunham‘s series would have to stall out at some point, and the fifth episode of the season (“Only Child”) is that stall out. While things start off extremely promisingly – with Hannah (Dunham) and Adam (Adam Driver) attending the funeral of her recently departed weirdo editor, David Pressler-Goings (John Cameron Mitchell) – things go downhill extremely quickly. Bugged out both by the appearance of a Mrs. Pressler-Goings (the divine Jennifer Westfeldt) and the news that all of her editor’s books are now “dead,” Hannah reacts, well, like Hannah – by pressing the widow for publishing contacts. Despite the interest of a new publisher, things aren’t exactly coming up Hannah, and when she kicks Caroline (Gaby Hoffmann) out of the apartment, it looks like a fight with Adam is on the horizon. Elsewhere »
- Kate Erbland
Hannah (Lena Dunham) continued to grieve the loss of her e-book contract during her editor David’s funeral, where she came face to face with David’s widow, Annalise (Jennifer Westfeldt). Hannah bothers Annalise into giving her the name of another editor she could talk to in the hopes of reviving her book, and she leaves the funeral with a new phone number in her pocket and hatred from Annalise.
Hannah calls the new publisher and, while she’s on this winning streak, decides to sit Adam (Adam Driver) and Caroline (Gaby Hoffmann) down and solve their problems. Adam accuses Caroline of being evil, ruining everything and having zero life goals. Hannah points out that the same could be said about Adam, and Caroline takes »
Hannah's behaviour is becoming increasingly self-centred, and it's wonderful to watch. But Jessa and Shoshanna need more to do
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As if there was any doubt that Hannah Horvath was an only child: here's an episode title pointing it out. Hannah followed up last week's invention of a dead cousin with self-centredness so shocking you suspect even Marnie wouldn't go there, and now it seems to be coming back to bite her. Each season of Girls has done a fine job of ratcheting up the tension at this point; it pushes discomfort and awkward situations together with increasing frequency until imminent doom is certain. After this, it seems like Adam and Hannah may not be enjoying the happy life together that they were at the start. »
- Rebecca Nicholson
Well, the happy Hannah Horvath of early Season 3 could only last so long, right?
When this new season of "Girls" began, Hannah (Lena Dunham) was on top of the world: She and Adam (Adam Driver) were happily co-habitating, her Ocd was under control and her e-book deal was back on track. And now, just five episodes in, it's all nearly come undone.
The episodes kicks off with Hannah attending her publisher David's funeral after his untimely demise last week, where she learns some shocking information. First, the man who was trolling for gay sex on Grindr the last time we saw him alive had a wife (Hey there, Jennifer Westfeldt!), but more importantly, Hannah's book, along with all of David's other projects, was being dropped by the publishing house.
Naturally, our favorite little narcissist loses all sense of decorum, actually uttering the words "So my book is dead?" at a »
What can we say about the latest photo of Jon Hamm out and about? He and longtime love Jennifer Westfeldt were walking their dog today near their home in L.A.'s Los Feliz neighborhood. The couple kept it casual, Westfeldt in jeans and a short-sleeved top and Hamm, his arm tucked snugly around his girlfriend's shoudlers, in a T-shirt, baseball cap and...sweatpants. And once again, the Mad Men star was caught leaving little to the imagination in the, er, upper-part-of-his-pants department. But of course, at this point, we know that's just how he rolls. Even Jockey came calling last year in response to reports that underwear just isn't his thing, offering the Golden Globe-winning »
What do you get when you put Jon Hamm and Adam Scott together? Why, an adorable bromance, of course! We wonder if Tina Fey and Amy Poehler had anything to do with this budding friendship… The two actors were seen catching a movie with their significant others in Los Angeles on Thursday night. The group of four saw Wolf of Wallstreet at the ArcLight Hollywood and appeared to be all smiles after the Martin Scorsese drama. Hamm was seen in a casual outfit of jeans, a sweater, worn-in leather bomber jacket and a baseball cap. His partner, Jennifer Westfeldt, wore a burgundy coat to keep herself warm and clutched her leading man's hand as they walked to their »
Sometimes life gives you unexpected reasons to smile, and Jon Hamm and Adam Scott's double date is one of them. Last night, the longtime friends went to see The Wolf of Wall Street with their gals, Jennifer Westfeldt and Naomi Scott, at the ArcLight theater in La, but the fun didn't stop there. The two bearded men wore very similar outfits, rocking jeans and red plaid as they walked side by side with their ladies. Sound familiar? They did that with green onesies in Adult Swim's The Greatest Television Event in History and for a bit in Friends With Kids, too. Both couples smiled and laughed as they headed to the theater, with Adam and Jon keeping close to each other in their chain of four. But did they share a bucket of popcorn? That, we may never know. View Slideshow › »
- Alyse Whitney
Criminally absent from the big screen since Jennifer Westfeldt’s 2011 comedy-drama, Friends With Kids, Jon Hamm is about to make his very much overdue return in Disney’s real-life sports drama, Million Dollar Arm.
The anticipated movie heads into cinemas stateside in May, and on Christmas Eve, the studio launched a great first trailer and poster, teasing what is sure to be another instant-classic performance from Hamm.
In a last ditch effort to save his career as a sports agent, Jb Bernstein (Jon Hamm) concocts a scheme to find baseball’s next great pitching ace. Hoping to find a young cricket pitcher he can turninto a Major League Baseball star, Jb travels to India to produce a realityshow competition called “Million Dollar Arm.” With the help of a cantankerous but eagle-eyed retired baseball scout (Alan Arkin) he discovers Dinesh (played by Madhur Mittal from “Slumdog Millionaire”) and Rinku (played by »
- Kenji Lloyd
10 items from 2014
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