Brad Pitt was in NYC last night for a screening of Killing Them Softly. Along with his costars James Gandolfini and Ray Liotta, Brad posed for photos on the red carpet at a special Cinema Society event. A handful of famous ladies came out to see Brad's latest, including Rose Byrne, Maggie Grace, model Anne V, Dexter's Jennifer Carpenter, and The Good Wife's Archie Panjabi. Killing Them Softly arrives in theaters this Friday, Nov. 30, and Brad's done a handful of interviews in the run-up to its release. He spoke to Extra about both his film and his engagement to Angelina Jolie. He said, "I will admit we have had some pressure from our kids. We didn't realize how much it means to them . . . we didn't realize how much it means to us." As for the place and time, Brad commented, "We are both migratory workers and it will be a matter of convenience location wise."
The stars of The Good Wife gathered in LA last night at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre for a Q & A session put together by the Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences. Julianna Margulies joined her fellow small screen actors Archie Panjabi and Matt Czuchry for the event, after the trio was together Sunday to support their show at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Julianna ended up taking home a statue due to her second consecutive win for best actress in a dramatic series, saying in the press room that the back-to-back honors were an embarrassment of riches. Archie was the one with the gold, however, last August when she won a supporting actress nod at the Emmys. Julianna, Archie, and Matt chatted about their series while up on the stage before things took a personal turn. Leading lady Julianna opened up about her three-year marriage to husband Keith Lieberthal and described how they met. She said, "Well, when he came over to me, I said, 'Look, I just think you are so handsome. Are you a model or an actor and are you 12?' . . . I said, 'Are you an actor? Because as much as I love you all, I can't. I'm done.' And he's like, No, I'm a lawyer.' And I'm like, 'What's your name?' 'And he said, 'Keith Lieberthal.' I was like, "'You're JEWISH?!'"
Jimmy Fallon sang and danced as host of the Emmys in LA last night, and the fun kept coming for him and his wife, Nancy Juvonen, as they moved on to the Governor's Ball with other winners, nominees, and presenters. Mad Men's Jon Hamm raised a glass to his show nabbing its third consecutive best outstanding drama series award — do you agree with its win? New mom Amy Poehler stuck close to Tina Fey, while Kevin Bacon couldn't take his eyes off his lovely wife and best actress in a drama honoree, Kyra Sedgwick. Lost's Michael Emerson chatted with costars Daniel Dae Kim and Henry Ian Cusick, as The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev chatted with best supporting actor in a drama Aaron Paul. He totally won Buzz over with his cute press room excitement right after hitting the stage.
January Jones, meanwhile, cuddled up to her special date, Jason Sudeikis, in her show-stopping Versace gown along with Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston. The Glee kids, like Mark Salling, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, and Chris Colfer, celebrated Ryan Murphy and Jane Lynch's wins all together. We've got you covered for TV's biggest night — make sure to check out shots from the red carpet, exciting behind-the-scenes press room photos, and Buzz has the entire list of winners here!
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The action in LA moved last night from the stage at the Emmys on to the press room, where the big winners showed off their new gold. Humanitarian honoree George Clooney led the pack by speaking about Brad Pitt's equally good deeds, and Tom Hanks toasted his HBO miniseries The Pacific. Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston, meanwhile, had dual wins for Breaking Bad. An excited Aaron gushed about the surprise, saying he lost his mind due to the shock. Nurse Jackie's Edie Falco, who was declared Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, still maintained that she's not even funny. The ensemble cast of Mad Men was led by January Jones, the adorable young actress Kiernan Shipka, Christina Hendricks, and Elisabeth Moss. Their series's creator, Matthew Weiner, said a few words and assured fans their show isn't going anywhere just yet.
Eric Stonestreet celebrated with the Modern Family gang and commented that it won't be weird on set after he picked up a Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy nod over two of his costars. Claire Danes was solo on stage to gush about her win for Temple Grandin. The stars were soon off to make the afterparty rounds, so stay tuned to get the inside scoop from across Hollywood! Also, make sure to check in on the evening's best beauty and fashion looks with Bella and Fab's love it or hate it polls.
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The Good Wife's Archie Panjabi is taking home the Emmy for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series! This is her first nomination for the freshman series. She beat out Christina Hendricks, Elisabeth Moss, Christine Baranski, Rose Byrne, and Sharon Gless. Did the right woman win the trophy?
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We've already worked our way through the supporting actors up for Emmys in the drama and comedy categories, but it's time to let the ladies have their turn. There are definitely a few frontrunners for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama — as for a clear winner? It's hard to tell. Here's what you had to say about the contenders with a bit of my own thoughts thrown in!