The cast of Arrested Development were joined by their significant others and a few famous friends when they hosted the premiere of their series's new Netflix episodes in Hollywood yesterday. Portia de Rossi cuddled with wife Ellen DeGeneres on the orange carpet, and the duo chatted with Portia's costars at the event. Meanwhile, Jason Bateman brought his wife, Amanda Anka, to the bash, and David Cross posed with his spouse, Amber Tamblyn. Aubrey Plaza dropped by the premiere's afterparty and talked with friend and The To Do List costar Alia Shawkat, who also posed alongside Michael Cera. One celebrity who wasn't at the premiere was John Krasinski, who will reportedly have a cameo in Arrested Development's upcoming episodes. No details have been revealed about John's guest appearance, but fans will be able to find out soon enough when all 15 episodes of the show hit Netflix on May 26.
Rooney Mara was there to support her sister, Kate Mara, on the red carpet at last night's House of Cards premiere party in NYC. Rooney wore an all-black Band of Outsiders ensemble, the same outfit she also wore to a special Q&A for her upcoming film Side Effects with Jude Law yesterday. Meanwhile, Kate wore a silver Dolce & Gabbana dress, which she paired with black platform sandals.
Kate stars in the new series — which begins streaming on Netflix on Feb. 1 — alongside Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, who both attended the premiere fete. The political drama follows a ruthless politician, played by Kevin, who makes plenty of enemies as he attempts to win the presidency. The series is based on the hit UK miniseries from 1990. Other celebrity guests at the premiere included Natasha Lyonne, Kim Cattrall, and newlyweds Amber Tamblyn and David Cross.
Blake Lively and her husband, Ryan Reynolds, were among those who traveled to upstate New York over the weekend for Amber Tamblyn and David Cross's wedding. Amber and Blake have been pals since their Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants days, and their other two costars, Alexis Bledel and America Ferrera, also traveled to the nuptials, along with famous friends like Amy Poehler and Questlove, who Instagrammed pictures from the busy weekend.
Amber wore a yellow dress and went shoeless for her big day. Amber, 29, and David, 48, had Yo La Tengo as their wedding band, with Questlove as the DJ. It was Amber's turn to have the spotlight after the Traveling Pants gang attended Blake and Ryan's South Carolina wedding just last month.
America Ferrera married her longtime boyfriend, Ryan Piers Williams, yesterday in New York state! The newlyweds borrowed her Ugly Betty costar Vanessa Williams's home in Chappaqua for the lavish event, which was officiated by their other castmate Judith Light. America's dress from Amsale's Christos line, as well as Fred Leighton jewelry.
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The guest list was star-studded with Rebecca Romijn, Jerry O'Connell, and Mark Indelicato in attendance. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants contingent was well-represented too, with Alexis Bledel, Amber Tamblyn, and Blake Lively on hand. Blake, however, did not bring along her recent love interest, Leonardo DiCaprio. America and Ryan were engaged for just over a year, as she debuted her diamond ring last June at the Edinburgh Film Festival in Scotland. Her most recent acting work was a recurring role on The Good Wife, and hopefully America has enough time off to honeymoon with Ryan before she starts doing voice work for How to Train Your Dragon 2. Congrats to the happy couple.
Stars of the small screen from Modern Family to Mad Men partied together at EW's pre-Screen Actors Guild Awards bash at the Chateau Marmont on Saturday. Golden Globe winner Claire Danes chatted with her husband, Hugh Dancy, and Darren Aronofsky after the trio all made appearances at the DGAs earlier in the evening. Jeremy Renner cracked up at something Amber Tamblyn said, and the actor has a lot to smile about this week after earning his second consecutive Oscar nomination. Minka Kelly gave a sweet smile as she posed with 30 Rock's Jack McBrayer. She is in the midst of promoting The Roommate and may have an exciting new project on her hands as one of the new Charlie's Angels. Jon Hamm looked dapper as usual and is the sexy guy you'll be keeping an eye on today. The SAGS red carpet starts soon so look back at highlights of the star-studded shows of the past and stay tuned here and on BuzzSugar tonight for updates from all the action!
The Winter TCA is underway outside LA, and last night was Fox's turn to show off their talent and upcoming shows. The Golden Globe nominated cast of Glee attended last night's party, and Cory Monteith took a moment to chat with Buzz about his new Funny or Die video and working with Gwyneth Paltrow. Bones duo Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz dropped in on the party, as did Hugh Laurie and Lisa Edelstein from the medical drama House. Cory's costars Chris Colfer and Matthew Morrison were back together this morning to join Conan O'Brien and How I Met Your Mother's Jason Segel and Neil Patrick Harris for the Funny Men in TV panel. When asked about Glee airing right after this year's Super Bowl, Chris jokingly replied, "What's the Super Bowl?" For more details from the conference, make sure to stay tuned to Buzz!
Many of Hollywood's leading ladies stepped out in NYC last night for the annual Gotham Independent Film Awards. Anne Hathaway celebrated her appointment as cohost of next year's Oscars in her Dolce & Gabbana dress, and she spoke about her excitement over the honor. She said, "I found out that I'm one of three women to host since . . . I think it was 1987. Maybe I'm the fourth, I'm not sure. I'm still learning all the amazing statistics that I almost don't want to know because it gets a little bit too intimidating." Black Swan's Natalie Portman, in a piece from Lanvin for H&M, and an Oscar de la Renta-sporting Mila Kunis were there to watch as their director, Darren Aronofsky, took home a prize for his work — check out the evening's other winners. Leighton Meester was back in the US after a quick trip to Spain to make a daring appearance in a Thom Browne suit along with a maxidress-wearing Amanda Peet and a Lanvin-clad Julianne Moore.
From curly to side-swept to the eye-grazing blunt variety, bangs of various shapes and sizes are always in style. And now, it's time to get blunt — literally. Vote on your favorite celebrity bang looks by telling us whether you prefer these 10 stars with cascading bangs or blunt fringe.
James Franco was joined by lots of famous friends and family last night at the LA premiere of 127 Hours, just one day after he attended the film's NY red carpet. James, who plays hiker Aron Ralston in the movie, told us filming was extremely demanding and weighed in on the buzzed-about amputation scene. James thinks the gore has caused some people to faint because of the strong emotional connection they make to the real-life story. James's younger brother Dave Franco came to support his sibling, as did several stars of True Blood, Twilight's Kellan Lutz, and dad-to-be Orlando Bloom. Even with the impressive celebrity turnout, the spotlight was on James all night — his costar, Kate Mara, gushed to us that working with the multitalented star was simply "incredible." 127 Hours is out later this month and Buzz says it's among the November releases that may make you feel thankful this season.
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I'm continually baffled by the volume of work James Franco is able to churn out (seriously, does this man ever sleep?) but here we have a new look at yet another of his many projects. In Danny Boyle's 127 Hours, Franco stars as Aron Ralston, the real-life mountain climber who got stuck among boulders during an excursion in Utah. The trailer starts off like a CoverGirl commercial: easy, breezy, beautiful. Franco bikes around gorgeous landscapes, impresses some ladies with his nature skills, and takes them on an adventure to get a closer look at their surroundings.
Unfortunately, the fun doesn't last for very long. Aron gets stuck and screams for help, but no one is around to hear his cries. Thus begins the titular 127 hours of waiting, and if you're at all familiar with the news story, you know the rest isn't exactly a picnic. The film will undoubtedly give Franco yet another vehicle to show off his acting range, and I can't wait to see the finished product —no matter how much it makes me squirm. The film hits theaters on November 5, and you can watch the trailer after the jump