All posts related to Eddie Murphy on Guest of a Guest for Eddie Murphy.
From his weighty courtside heart to hearts with former NBA players to his very public man-kisses with John C. Reilly, there would be nothing unusual about renowned Lakers fan Will Ferrell sitting on the floor at a home game. Unless of course he appeared there not as a fan, but as the STAPLES Center red coat security guard named "Ted Vagina" with zero qualms about ejecting 325lbs of Shaquille O'Neal from the venue, as was the case caught on video at last night's game against the Phoenix Suns. Confused? More»
You're bound to see more celebrities at the Staples Center than almost anywhere else in L.A., and these days you get to see them in one of their most vulnerable states: watching the Lakers play ugly. Although the Lakers may be shamelessly flushing the season down the toilet not be up to par this season with their 12-14 record despite acquiring Steve Nash and Superman himself Dwight Howard, the stars are still out supporting the purple and gold in hopes of a victory, even if just by squeaking one point over the Charlotte Bobcats (again, the Bobcats!). In the months of November and December we've seen David Beckham, Ashton Kutcher, Will Ferrell and more on the floor to witness it all—good, adequate, but mostly inferior—unfold on the court. Check out our slideshow for a collection of their many emotions you too may be experiencing as you watch the Lakers this season.
You're bound to see more celebrities at the Staples Center than almost anywhere else in L.A., and these days you get to see them in one of their most vulnerable states: watching the Lakers play ugly. In the last few months we've seen David Beckham, Ashton Kutcher, Will Ferrell and more on the floor to witness it all—good, adequate, but mostly inferior—unfold on the court. Check out our slideshow for a collection of their many emotions you too may be experiencing as you watch the Lakers this season. More>>
Taryn Manning, Ashlan Gorse and more attend the Inspiration Awards For Women Gala; costars Kristen Stewart, Amy Adams and Garrett Hedlund premiere On The Road at AFI Fest; Nicole Richie, Ali Larter, Jessica Alba, Rachel Zoe and more step out for the Baby2Baby Gala; Russell Brand, Chris Rock, Samuel L. Jackson and many others help pay tribute to Eddie Murphy; Dita Von Teese and Chloe Sevigny are joined by other L.A. fashionistas for the debut of Liz Goldwyn's The Painted Lady short—get the rundown on the weekend's top events and who attended them in this installment of Last Night's Parties.
Jay-Z, Kanye West, Beyonce and others win big at the 2012 BET Awards; music exec Kevin Liles throws a pre-BET Awards pool party with guests Trey Songz and and Estelle; Russell Brand, Sarah Silverman, Jerry Seinfeld and more raise funds for the David Lynch Foundation; Christina Milian, Meek Mill, Tyga and more celebrate the BET Awards with the Cash Money family; SRC Records honor Melanie Fiona with a pre-BET Awards party; BET CEO Debra Lee takes over Union Station for a pre-awards show bash with live music by Luke James and Q-Tip among others—L.A. was buzzing with industry events all over town this weekend and we have the details on it all in today's installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
The four hour long lullaby known as The Academy Awards will be airing this Sunday, and if you're not pumped to see Billy Crystal try and save this sinking ship for the ninth time, then you agree with most Americans who view the whole thing as a yawn-inducing, if obligatory, formal event. But despite the Academy's ongoing effort to ensure that the show is as bland and inoffensive as a bowl of tapioca, things happen on live TV. Here's a list of the 11 wildest moments, from cross dressers to streakers, F-bombs to on-stage kisses, from Oscars past. More»
We've all heard by now that Billy Crystal will take over the Oscar hosting duties of Eddie Murphy, but we got to thinking - he's already hosted eight times, he's not getting any younger, and he's obviously the easy choice. If we had it our way, we would seriously reconsider the following hosts... More»
Celebs gathered at Lincoln Center for an evening with Ralph Lauren and Oprah, Dom Perignon had a dinner for Lou Reed at the Lion, Sarah Jessica Parker and fam attended the Tower Heist premiere, Olivia Palermo had Afternoon Tea with Burberry's Christopher Bailey, the "How to Make it in America" cast held a reading at the National Arts Club and so much more! Last night's parties were all about film! More»
Sunday, May 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.