Clive Owen was the man in the middle last night when he celebrated the launch of Vertu's Constellation smartphone at Milan's Palazzo Serbelloni with Uma Thurman, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Tilda Swinton, and Michelle Yeoh. Earlier in the day, Clive accompanied a guy pal for a bit of shopping. By the evening, Clive was in his dapper suit to mingle with other friends of the luxury communication company. It's certainly an exclusive brand — the gold version of the Constellation handset retails for $27,000, and the base model starts at $8,400! They've also collaborated in the past with Ferrari on a $25,400 phone. Clive might not have to buy his own model, but things are going well for him professionally. Millennium just picked up Intruders, Clive's thriller from Spanish director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, for distribution in the US with a planned release date in April.
Another Cannes red carpet lit up today, but this time it was about charity instead of movies as the stars came out for Sharon Stone's annual amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2009 benefit. After a long night of partying with Brad and Angelina, Joshua Jackson accompanied Diane Kruger to the event, while Paris and Doug represented a different kind of couple. Robert Pattinson didn't need a leading lady on his arm to stand out in another dapper suit and Josh Hartnett also provided some eye candy for the ladies. The festival is starting to wind down, but the celebs still seem to be bringing out their best to the hectic schedule of events.
Actress Michelle Yeoh is gorgeous, no doubt, but she's also able to look smashing whether she's glam or casual. Her new movie, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, might not win any Oscars, but I'm tempted to see it just to see her act with Jet Li. Earlier this year, she let her hair flow loosely, but at yesterday's movie photo call, her ponytail was all business. Which style do you think flatters her more?
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony made their first red carpet appearance since the birth of the twins at last night's NYC premiere of Shine A Light. The Martin Scorsese directed documentary about two Rolling Stones concerts in 2006, mixed in with archive footage of the rockers. Of course, the band was out to celebrate the movie as well. J Lo and Marc aren't quite known for the same genre of music, but when there are two little newborns to be cared for back at home they're certainly rock stars in their own right for looking so fresh, fabulous.
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