Catherine Zeta-Jones put her curves on display in a figure-hugging Maria Lucia Hohan dress and Jerome C. Rousseau heels at the Red 2 premiere in LA last night. She was joined by her costars Helen Mirren, who shared a red carpet kiss with her husband, Taylor Hackford, and Bruce Willis, who managed to avoid any premiere PDA with his wife, Emma Heming Willis, but did shoot her loving glances on the carpet. Mary-Louise Parker and John Malkovich, who also star in Red 2, were also on hand to celebrate the project, which hits theaters today. The entire cast has been busy promoting the movie on late-night talk shows over the past week and Mary-Louise shared a funny story about Bruce when she appeared on Conan on Tuesday. She explained that Bruce managed to take out a bee with his prop gun when the doomed creature was buzzing near just inches from her face during filming. Mary-Louise said, "He shot it dead. Because he's Bruce Willis, so he can shoot a bee, and it's not going to take out part of my nose or something."
Emily Blunt was one popular woman last night at the American Institute for Stuttering's seventh annual Freeing Voices, Changing Lives benefit gala in NYC. She stunned in a midnight-blue Zac Posen gown while walking the red carpet with her husband, John Krasinski, but also stopped to cuddle up to the likes of Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and John Stossel before heading into the Tribeca Rooftop.
Although Emily worked the carpet, Samuel was the guest of honor, commended by the organization for his success in the film industry despite a childhood struggle with stuttering. Serving as emcee for the event, Emily has also opened up about overcoming her stutter in the past, crediting her acting career for her fearless ability to speak today. The actress serves on the AIS's board of directors and has been a speech advocate for five years. Emily may be putting her voice on further display since she is also in finals talks to join Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep in Disney's upcoming musical Into the Woods.
Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith's After Earth premiere was a family affair in NYC last night. The father-son duo had the support of their loved ones Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, and Trey Smith for the star-studded debut. Along with having his siblings and parents, Jaden's rumored girlfriend, Kylie Jenner, also hit the red carpet, as did 50 Cent, Bruce Willis and his wife, Emma Heming, Spike Lee, and even astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Jaden's pal Justin Bieber skipped the red carpet, preferring instead to make a low-key entrance directly into the Zeigfeld Theater. Will and Jaden's futuristic film hits the big screen tomorrow — find out if you should rush to theaters to see the Smiths after checking out our After Earth review.
While Jaden's close with Kylie Jenner and her Kardashian relatives, his dad, Will, doesn't appear to be a fan of Kim and company. When asked about the parallels between the Kardashians and the Smiths, Will said the families deal with the limelight differently. He commented, "We are trying to put great things into the world, we're trying to have fun, and we're trying to become the greatest versions of ourselves in the process of doing things we love. So the idea of fame or exploitation or orchestrating the media is sometimes even less than desirable for us."
Emily Blunt may star in Looper, but it was her husband, John Krasinski, who got some of the loudest screams when they arrived at the TIFF opening night gala at Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto on Thursday. Looper was the festival's big first-evening debut, and there were crowds to show the excitement. John let Emily take center stage when it came time for interviews, ducking into the theater with a smile. Emily's costars Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt also stepped out looking dapper for the premiere. JGL also moved on to introduce the film to another audience a few blocks away in the city as well. He gushed about the "lovely" Emily and jokingly called Bruce "a little indie actor you might have heard of" before taking his seat to enjoy the film with the crowd — and of course, celebrate afterwards with a party.
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Bruce Willis's wife, Emma Heming-Willis, is pregnant! The couple, who got married in March 2009, confirmed the exciting news saying they are "overjoyed" and "look forward to welcoming this newest addition into their family." Bruce already has daughters Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah from his marriage to Demi Moore while this will be Emma's first child. The baby is apparently due early next year — congrats to the growing family!
Matt Damon stepped out for the premiere of His Way, an HBO documentary about the actor's longtime pal producer Jerry Weintraub, in LA last night. Cindy Crawford and her husband, Rande Gerber, were also on hand to toast their vacation buddy Jerry, as were Emile Hirsch, Stephen Dorff, and Bruce Willis. Matt was able to enjoy the evening out celebrating the movie during a break from his own film project, We Bought a Zoo. He was on set with a giant grizzly bear earlier this week, though he'll soon trade the wild cast for a more civilized costar. Matt's set to star alongside Michael Douglas in Liberace, and it was just revealed that the two men will share intimate scenes including multiple kissing moments.
Blue Valentine costars Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling partied with friends including Cougar Town's Busy Philipps and Jennifer Lopez at the Weinstein Golden Globes afterparty last night. A listers including best actor winner Colin Firth, Matt Damon and Robert De Niro mingled with Nicole Kidman, Claire Danes and Bruce Willis. There were also plenty of hot guys winding down after the awards like Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Phillippe and Guy Pearce. See all the guests when you click through!
Robert Pattinson followed up his presenting stint at the Golden Globes by celebrating with his fellow presenters, winners and guests at the InStyle afterparty. The Glee cast celebrated their wins en masse — check out all the winners here! Warren Beatty accompanied wife and winner Annette Bening to the party, while Kelly Brook looked glam in her dark blue gown. Click through to see so much more!
The Hollywood Awards were a star studded affair last night, with lots of celebs walking the red carpet and being honoured at the ceremony. Carey Mulligan is back in the US after her time at the London Film Festival and took time out from filming Drive to join Andrew Garfield on stage, looking gorgeous in a red dress. Andrew, Rashida Jones and their The Social Network costars won best ensemble award, while Leighton Meester wore a pale blue Elie Saab dress to pick up the spotlight award.
Mila Kunis has been promoting Black Swan at the LFF with costar Vincent Cassel, but is back in LA now and looked hot at last night's awards in her LBD. Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger presented Sylvester Stallone's career achievement award, and had fun in the press room afterwards. James Franco enjoyed a casual night out earlier this week with Danny Boyle, but last night he was suited up for the ceremony, while Justin Timberlake left early to support Jessica Biel at the Glamour Reel Moments event.
Bruce Willis and Helen Mirren were joined by their costar Mary Louise Parker last night at the Royal Festival Hall for the premiere of Red. The action movie stars Bruce and Helen as retired CIA agents. Bruce wore a relaxed suit with a black shirt and posed with Mary Louise who looked stunning in a short leather dress as theyy walked the rainy red carpet. Helen looked chic as ever in her floor length gown, while her chivalrous costar Bruce came to her aid when her diamond earring fell off onto the wet ground.
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