Anne Hathaway was on the move in the Big Apple to promote the
hotly anticipated Sci-Fi thriller “Interstellar”. And just like
her co-stars Matthew McConaughey and Jessica Chastain, the actress
greeted fans before chatting up the movie on Good Morning America.
Elsewhere, Eddie Redmayne – who stars in the Stephen Hawking
biopic “The Theory of Everything” – stopped to pose for photos and
And Quvenzhané Wallis came out to promote her role as the new big
screen “Annie” at a clothing launch for Target. The line is
inspired by costumes in the movie.
:07 Quvenzhané Wallis: um it was really fun..:15
Molly Sims was also there along with her baby bump.
:43 Molly Sims: I’m almost 5 months // but it’s so fun…husband :53
Across the pond, Gemma Arterton shared her emotions about starring
in the West End musical “Made in Dagenham”.
:46 Gemma Arterton: I’m massively proud…hoping 1:04
That’s all for now. We’ll be back tomorrow with more celebrity
news and sightings.Nov 7, 2014
This week in the celebrity spotlight: A-listers come out to
celebrate Quentin – Robert and other stars are honored at the
BAFTAs – plus the people love Shailene and Sam.
Welcome to the Getty Images Week in Review. Here’s what’s been
happening with your favorite celebs this week.
A who’s who of Hollywood celebs came out to celebrate filmmaker
Quentin Tarantino and artist Barbara Kruger at the Los Angeles
County Museum of Art.
Quentin Tarantino: if anybody should be…up
The star-studded affair raised close to 4 million dollars for the
museum and attracted the likes of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West,
Jennifer Lopez, Christoph Waltz, Jamie Foxx, Don Johnson and his
daughter Dakota, Amy Adams, Will Ferrell, Evan Rachael Wood,
Selena Gomez, Demi Moore, Kirsten Dunst, Salma Hayek, Kate Hudson,
and Eli Roth.
Eli Roth: I can honestly say…Quentin
Cara Delevingne and Selena Gomez: I mean he’s an artist…man
Christoph Waltz: tonight we honor him…drink
A little bit of Britain landed in Beverly Hills as the 2014 BAFTA
Awards were held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Stars from both
sides of the pond were honored at this year’s gala included Robert
Downey Jr., Emma Watson, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Mark Ruffalo, Judi
Dench & director Mike Leigh. Other A-listers attenNov 7, 2014
Turin is seeking to cement its place as a major stop on the international contemporary art circuit by hosting "Shit and Die" -- an exhibition that, organisers stress, is not about feces or death. Duration: 00:41Nov 7, 2014