Several big stars stepped out this afternoon for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's annual luncheon. Leonardo DiCaprio, Taylor Lautner, Gerard Butler, and Mark Wahlberg all took the podium inside the yearly event. The lunch gives the HFPA, the voting body behind the Golden Globe Awards, the opportunity to recognize its officers and raise money for entertainment nonprofits. It wasn't only the men of Hollywood who were on hand for the festivities — Lea Michele, Elizabeth Olsen, and Elisabeth Moss also walked the red carpet. We had a chance to catch up with rising star Elizabeth Olsen, who told us that while it's too early to talk about Very Good Girls, in which she's reportedly starring opposite Dakota Fanning, the two actually know each other outside of work. In fact, the two met when Elizabeth gave Dakota a tour of her North Hollywood high school, where Dakota ended up going. We also chatted with Jessica Chastain, who costars in The Help, about the role. She told us her grandmother was a big fan of the book, so she's planning to bring her along to the premiere next week, and is actually a little nervous to see how she likes the big-screen adaptation! For even more of our red-carpet coverage from today's event, including our full interviews with Jessica and Elizabeth, stay tuned to PopSugar Rush.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Taylor Lautner, and Gerard Butler Are Among the Hollywood Heartthrobs at the HFPA Annual Luncheon
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