January Jones brought 4-month-old Xander out in LA this afternoon. They stopped by Jamba Juice and later picked up takeout from Panda Express. January's been hanging close to home since welcoming her first child in September, though she was spotted on the set of Mad Men a few times last year. She brought Xander to meet her costars between takes on the series, which recently got a 2012 premiere date. Mad Men will return on March 25 with season five and will hopefully include plenty of Betty Draper moments along with addressing Don's engagement and Joan's pregnancy.
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The AFI Awards got even more attractive when Brad Pitt showed up wearing a blue suit in LA this afternoon. George Clooney got the hotness started as he posed for cameras at the beginning of the event, while Leonardo DiCaprio followed in a sexy gray jacket and unbuttoned shirt. The men all have leading roles in films being honored by AFI, including Moneyball, The Descendants, and J. Edgar. Inside, Brad chatted with Clint Eastwood, George got together with his young costar Nick Krause, and Leo met up with his Romeo & Juliet leading lady, Claire Danes, who was on hand to represent Homeland. There were plenty more famous faces at the show since Armie Hammer, Jessica Chastain, Shailene Woodley, and Rooney Mara all popped up for the presentation as well.
Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron grace the cover of two separate W covers this February. Brad got casual in an undone black tie look while Charlize went glamorous in a brightly colored gown and jewels. Both Brad and Charlize are being recognized for their roles in Moneyball and Young Adult, respectively, this award season and have best actor and actress nominations at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards — make sure to fill out your Golden Globes ballot before the big show. In the publication's Best Performances Issue, Brad talks about his experience watching movies while Charlize shares a funny quirk she brought to her big-screen character, Mavis. Here's more from Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron in W:
- Brad on crying at films: "I’m not much of a crier at films, but there was one . . . I was coming back from Cabo on my way to Montreal, and I got hit with Montezuma’s revenge. I could not keep anything down. I was stuck in a hotel room with no windows and was just doing what you do when you’re sick. On day two of this extremely painful episode, I watched a film called Life as a House. I don’t know if it would still hit me the same way, but on my 27th hour of pure wretchedness, this movie just crushed me."
- Charlize on Mavis wearing bra inserts: "I wear those! If you don’t have boobs, you wear those cutlets. It’s just the most bizarre, unsexy thing there is — so I added that to Mavis."
- Brad on whether it's difficult to watch himself die in a movie: "God, no. I’m just checking the boxes. Hit that. Missed that. Hit that moment. Missed that one. God, I’d like to do that one again."
While the stage at last night's Critics' Choice Awards saw many memorable moments, and there was plenty of excitement in the audience as well. Dustin Hoffman congratulated George Clooney on his big win and Leonardo DiCaprio snapped a cute picture of himself. Charlize Theron and her Young Adult writer Diablo Cody got together to chat while The Help's Emma Stone, Jessica Chastain, and Ahna O'Reilly shared a laugh. Click through for all the candid convos inside the show!
Orlando Bloom celebrated his 35th birthday today and kicked off the celebrations with a hike through LA's Runyon Canyon. He was joined by his wife, Miranda Kerr, their 1-year-old son, Flynn, who also celebrated a birthday this month, and their four-legged companion Sidi. Miranda wore casual fitness gear for her morning with the boys, but last night she modeled a sexy red Georges Chakra dress at the Qantas Airways Spirit of Australia Party. The supermodel recently signed on as an ambassador for the airline, and she seems to be really excited about her latest gig. As for Orlando, he's back in the States following a recent stint in New Zealand, where his latest big-screen project, The Hobbit, is being filmed.
Award season continued today with the AFI Awards in Beverly Hills. The organization honors 10 outstanding movies and films, while also recognizing achievements with their special awards. George Clooney's The Descendants is among the big-screen honorees, which also include Moneyball, Bridesmaids, J. Edgar, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, and The Help. Leonardo DiCaprio and Rooney Mara, in Lanvin, came out to represent their films as did Jessica Chastain, Octavia Spencer, and Chloe Moretz. It was just the latest suited-up appearance for Leo and George since they also stepped out for last night's Critics' Choice Awards. George had girlfriend Stacy Keibler by his side on the carpet, but it was George and Brad Pitt's bromance inside that took the spotlight.
Representing the small screen were Claire Danes and Aaron Paul, whose respective Homeland and Breaking Bad got recognition in the TV category along with Modern Family and The Good Wife. Claire will be back in front of the cameras for Sunday's Golden Globes since she's nominated for best actress — make sure to place your Golden Globe ballot picks before the big show!
Miranda Kerr was looking hot in red at last night's Spirit of Australia Party for Qantas Airways! Miranda is the newest celebrity ambassador for the company, and she posed solo on the carpet while husband Orlando Bloom stayed home to watch over their 1-year-old, Flynn. Check out our chat with the model mom as she fills us in on the latest about her little boy in today's PopSugar Rush!
Last night's Critics' Choice Awards was full of exciting moments! We loved the glamorous red-carpet looks, surprising wins, candid convos during dinner, and backstage photo ops. We've already taken a closer look at Brad Pitt and George Clooney's bromantic time and the gorgeous dresses, and now we've got all the best pictures in one spot. Click through to see all the action from the Critics' Choice Awards.
Last night was all about the Critics' Choice Awards winners, but who could take their eyes off best actor nominees Brad Pitt and George Clooney? The guys, who have been friends for years, happily took advantage of the chance to catch up. They hugged, talked, and laughed together — and the cameras captured it all! They both had something to celebrate. George won their shared category, but Brad's Moneyball went on to win the best adapted screenplay honor for writers Steven Zaillian, Aaron Sorkin, and Stan Chervin. George was able to toast his victory with girlfriend Stacy Keibler, who looked great in a white Armani gown, but Brad was rolling solo for the evening. Angelina Jolie skipped out on the show, opting instead to do a live web chat supporting her directorial debut In the Land of Blood and Honey.