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Over a billion people tuned in for the 85th Academy Awards last night. The show might have brought us flying nuns and talking teddy bears, but once the ceremony ended it was all about the exclusive after parties. Even though, only a select few were allowed in, we've rounded up some of the best behind the scene shots and photos from the invite-only bashes, to get a peek inside last night's festivities.
Jennifer Lawrence, Naomi Watts, Steven Spielberg, and others celebrate the Academy Award nominees with The Hollywood Reporter at Spago; Bradley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, Robert De Niro and a bevy of other A-listers enjoy a luncheon honoring the Academy Award nominees; Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy attend the premiere for their new movie Identity Thief; The Misshapes spin the RVCA Swimwear Launch Party—get the lowdown on L.A.'s top Monday events in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Denzel Washington, Kelly Reilly and others hit the Flight premiere in Hollywood; Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro are just a few of the many honored at the annual Hollywood Film Awards Gala; Brad Goreski scopes out the beautifully revamped Dior boutique on Rodeo Drive; Elisabeth Moss is on fire with a seriously chic new look while Jon Hamm has a makeup mishap at a Paley Center event—get the rundown on Monday and Tuesday's top events around town in this double dose of Last Night's Parties.
After a summer spent pondering Saturday Night Live's future without Kristen Wiig, the Lonely Island boys, or Abby Elliot (we'll really miss ya!), we're counting down the days until the sketch show starts up again. And what better way to kick off Season 38 than with three new featured players straight from Chicago's Second City, more than enough election season material , and, at least for the time being, Jason Sudeikis? Here's everything you need to know to get the most out of your SNL season premiere! More»
Spring signifies many things, from rebirth and new beginnings to a whole new mank bro season of exposed feral pit hair. And as we examined last year in our pioneering studies of bro on bro love at Lakers games, for the Staples Center, it means a season of fertile grounds alongside the Lakers' home court for budding celebrity bromance. Tuesday night we got some frisky business with Jack Black, Ashton Kutcher and Jeffrey Katzenberg (poor guy was hardcore third-wheeling them) but we could not have predicted the surprise MVP of the night when Josh Brolin stepped onto the scene like a fratboy on Spanish Fly at homecoming weekend. But on the real, sorry Leo, you've been topped; homie bro'ed the shit out of you. Let's take a look. More»
Grauman’s Chinese Theatre celebrates its 85th birthday this year and in honor of the occasion, the iconic L.A. landmark will be offering admission for only 25 cents, the same price it fetched on its 1927 opening, on select Mondays beginning April 2nd. On these 25-cent Mondays, Grauman’s and the Chinese 6 Theatres will show classic films premiered at the Hollywood monument over the past eight decades. As a tribute to the birthday of one of L.A.'s greatest icons, we bring you a closer look at Graumans' rise as Hollywood's most famous movie theater and its rich history of milestones and events since 1927, from its first glamorous movie premiere to a recent Spongebob beatdown. More»
With the Oscars less than ten days away, all eyes are on Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer for their star-making performances in The Help. The actresses have racked up critical praise and a slew of awards for their roles of Aibileen Clark (Davis) and Minnie Jackson (Spencer), two African-American maids in white homes in 1960s Mississippi. Now, Davis and Spencer are the frontrunners in the Oscar race for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress, respectively, and we wish them all the best! In celebration of their nominations and Black History Month, we compiled a retrospective of past winners. More»
Last night, Super Bowl champs the Giants celebrated at 1Oak, Jay-Z put on another great show at Carnegie Hall (with Liza Minelli?), followed by an even better after-party at 40/40, Scarlett Johansson and Anna Wintour hosted a very fashionable cocktail party, Guest of a Guest celebrated at the Jimmy, Sandro celebrated at Le baron for the launch of their new boutique, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the after-parties. More»
Tilda Swinton and Sharon Stone enjoy a Pomellato and MOCA hosted private dinner at E. Baldi, followed by the celebration of the opening of Pomellato's new Rodeo Drive boutique hosted by Swinton; Leonard Maltin honors Martin Scorsese at the Santa Barbara Film Festival; Neil Patrick Harris unveils the newest M&M character—jewelry and candy were the theme for Monday in Los Angeles and we've got your inside scoop in this issue of Last Night's Parties! More»
Don't even get me started on Ron Artest's suspension from tonight's game against the Mavericks. Let's just not even talk about how he benched himself for a critical playoff game because he decided to bust THIS MANEUVER that earned him a flagrant foul. Bless his heart, but I never know what I'm going to get with that guy. Like, are we going to play basketball like a well-paid professional, talk about how our therapist gave us a pre-game pep talk and hit game-saving threes on the buzzer, or are we going to dance around like we forgot which team we're playing for and blatantly clothesline players in the face? More»
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.