This week in the celebrity spotlight: ‘The Hunger Games’ premieres
in London, Lupita Nyong’o is honored as Woman Of The Year and AFI
FEST 2014 brings out the stars.
Welcome to the Getty Images Week in Review. Here’s what’s been
happening with your favorite celebs this week.
The worldwide phenomenon that is ‘The Hunger Games’ had its U.K.
premiere of its latest installment, ‘Mockingjay Part 1’. Jennifer
Lawrence looked every bit the movie star in a white, Dior gown.
Joining her on the red carpet for the highly anticipated science
fiction, adventure film were co-stars Josh Hutcherson, Julianne
Moore, Donald Sutherland, Jeffrey Wright, Elizabeth Banks, Natalie
Dormer, Stanley Tucci, Sam Claflin and Jena Malone.
Glasgow was the place to be for the MTV EMA Awards. Stars
attending the much-buzzed event included, Ariana Grande, Charli
XCX, Ed Sheeran, Redfoo, Kiesza, Jena Malone, Ozzy & Sharon
Osbourne and even the Hoff got into the spirit by arriving in a
kilt much to the photogs delight.
Jodie Foster was among the honorees at Glamour Magazine's 24th
Annual Women Of The Year Awards. The two-time Oscar winner was
joined by Bruce Willis and wife Emma Heming, Keri Russell, fashion
designer Sarah Burton, Coco Rocha and Laverne Cox who spoke about
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AFI FEST 2014 was the place to be if you wanted to see the stars.
‘Still Alice’, the heart tugging drama about the early on set of
Alzheimer's disease premiered with star Julianne Moore in the
title role and Kristen Stewart as her daughter.
‘Selma’, the story of the civil rights march, had a surprise
screening that was meet with enthusiastic reviews. British actor
David Oyelowo, who plays Martin Luther King Jr., was joined on the
red carpet by co-stars Tessa Thompson, Common, Lorraine Toussaint,
Jeremy Strong & Niecy Nash.
AFI FEST had a decidedly Italian flavor as it celebrated legendary
screen icon Sophia Loren. The Oscar winner reportedly received a
2-minute standing ovation before the screening of her films. Her
‘Nine’ director Rob Marshall, Michelle Monaghan, Sasha Alexander
and sons Edoardo & Carlo Ponti Jr. joined her for the tribute.
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Ryan Seacrest was greeted by excited fans as he visited Diamond
Bar High School whose band director is a semifinalist for the
Grammy Music Educator Award. Seacrest spoke about the importance
of the Grammy Foundation and sponsorship by Ford.
0:30: Ryan Seacrest: The kids who…pursuit. :0:39
1:06: Ryan Seacrest: What I think…someway. :1:17
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‘The Homesman’ rode into Hollywood for its AFI FEST premiere.
Taking the reins of the western drama was director Tommy Lee Jones
who stars along with fellow Oscar winner Hilary Swank who stunned
in a Giambattista Valli mini-dress. Owen Wilson & Molly Quinn
stopped by for support along with co-stars Hailee Steinfeld,
Miranda Otto, Grace Gummer, Barry Corbin and William Fichtner.
With the ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1’ holding its U.K.
premiere, some of the stars sat down to speak about the
phenomenon. Julianne Moore spoke about the connection with her
0:06: Julianne Moore: These are books…cast. :0:24
Natalie Dormer touched on her character in the film.
0:00: Natalie Dormer: It was lovely…wonderful. :0:11
And Elizabeth Banks spoke about her new friend, Jennifer Lawrence.
1:01: Elizabeth Banks: Well, she’s an…her. :1:12
Robin Thicke seems to be getting over his break-up with ex Paula
Patton as he was greeted warmly before driving off with a bevy of
That’s all for now. We’ll be back tomorrow with more celebrity
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