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All weekend long, the stars stepped out to countless glittering events celebrating the Oscars. The Hollywood Reporter was on hand at all of the A-list bashes around town. Find notes from inside the action below. Photos: Photos: Oscars 2014 Red Carpet Arrivals Sunday, March 2 The Vanity Fair Party 10:52 p.m. Paul Rudd laughing with Martin Short just inside the Vanity Fair party. Graydon Carter chatting with Bob Iger and Willow Bay. Robert Towne bends Jeff Berg's ear as Donatella Versace, Barry Diller, Glenn Close, Annie Leibovitz, Reese Witherspoon, U2's The Edge and Larry Mullen Jr. congregate nearby. 11:01
- THR Staff
Washington, February 27: Dalai Lama has revealed that he is not a fan of Hollywood and considers it a "waste of time".
During an interview with HuffPost Live's Willow Bay, the Buddhist leader said that he hasn't watched Hollywood movies in over 20 years as he considers it bad for his eyes and a "waste of time", and admitted that he prefers listening to BBC Radio and CNN, Huffington Post reported.
However, he added that the technology used is "wonderful", but should be kept in control. (Ani) »
- Lohit Reddy
Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy may not be up for reelection until 2016, but some of Hollywood’s leading executives are taking no chances with the future of one of the Democrats’ most reliable champions of civil rights and environmental legislation. On Tuesday, Feb. 18, Disney’s Bob Iger and his wife Willow Bay will open their Los Angeles mansion for a fundraiser on behalf of the Senate President Pro Tempore -- that makes him third in line for the White House -- who remains the only Democrat ever elected to represent Vermont in either house of Congress. Co-hosts include Wendy and Barry Meyer,
- Tina Daunt
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