Celebrity News - 17/10/2014

LOS ANGELES ‘Felony’ held its Los Angeles premiere with star Joel Edgerton who also penned the Australian thriller. Aaron Paul came out in support of his ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ co-star along with Jai Courtney and Sarah Roberts. LONDON In London, ‘Foxcatcher’, the true-life crime drama held its American Express Gala premiere with stars Steve Carell, Vanessa Redgrave and Sienna Miller all attending the red carpet opening. Carell spoke about the mood on the set while making the film. #457443102 0:44: Steve Carell: When we were…serious. :0:57 Also seen around town, Beyonce and Jay Z hurried to a tour of famed sculptor Anish Kapoor’s private London workspace and Gemma Arterton gave fans a thrill as she signed autographs after leaving a BBC radio station. And you know it’s close to award season as Neil Patrick Harris has been chosen to host the 87th Academy Awards next February. The song and dance man is no stranger to award shows as he’s already hosted the primetime Emmys twice and the Tony awards four times. That’s all for now. We’ll be back next week with more celebrity news and sightings. Oct 23, 2014
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Celebrity News - 16/10/2014

It was fundraising time for stars on both sides of the country. LOS ANGELES The 20th Annual Fulfillment Fund STARS Benefit Gala rolled out the red carpet to honor Relativity Media founder, Ryan Kavanaugh. Stars at the event included Michelle Monaghan, Michael Bublé, James Marsden, Teri Hatcher & Kathy Griffin. John Oliver hosted the festivities, which included a performance by Jennifer Hudson who spoke about why the event is close to her heart. #457384068 0:03: Jennifer Hudson: It’s such an…cause. :0:27 NEW YORK In New York, Heather Graham was honored at this year’s Creative Coalition's Spotlight Awards Gala. The ‘Boogie Nights’ star wowed photogs in a kaleidoscopic, floor-length gown. Celebs also attending the event included Tim Daly, Connie Nielsen, Amy Carlson and Mark Feuerstein. LONDON ‘Whiplash had its rain-soaked premiere at the London Film Festival with stars Miles Teller and J.K Simmons who is receiving early Oscar buzz for his performance as a music teacher from hell. The high profile film ‘Foxcatcher’ held its press conference and star Steve Carell spoke about how he viewed his true-life character. #457426224 0:19: Steve Carell: I saw him…him. :0:43 And in sad news, prolific actress Elizabeth Pena passed away after a short illne Oct 23, 2014
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Celebrity News - 15/10/2014

LONDON The BFI London Film Festival continued to shine a light on a crop of new films. Damien Lewis headed the premiere of the ‘Silent Storm’, a romantic drama set on a remote Scottish island. ‘Testament of Youth', based on the acclaimed classic, held its Centerpiece Gala Screening with stars Dominic West & Kit Harington and there was a charge in the air as ‘Electricity’ held its premiere with star Agyness Deyn who plays a woman with epilepsy searching for her long lost brother. Also in London, songwriter Nile Rodgers, lyricist Sir Tim Rice and Kinks front man Ray Davies were some of the winners at this year’s BMI London Awards which honors the best in British music. LOS ANGELES HGTV’s own Matt Blashaw lent a hand as DIRECTV & Scripps Networks partnered with U.S.VETS, an organization providing housing & employment for returning veterans. Blashaw & volunteers worked to rehabilitate rooms used by former servicemen & women. NEW YORK Past & present Superhero’s visited Good Morning America as former Batman and current ‘Birdman’ Michael Keaton thrilled autograph seekers while Wolverine himself, Hugh Jackman gave a wave and thumbs up to fans. That’s all for now. We’ll be back tomorrow with more celebrity news and sightings. Oct 23, 2014
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Curtains drawn on 16th Mumbai Film Festival

Mumbai, Oct 22 (ANI): Bollywood celebrities such as actor Aamir Khan, actresses Madhuri Dixit Nene, Anushka Sharma, Parineeti Chopra, filmmakers Shyam Benegal, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and many others graced the closing ceremony of 16th Mumbai Film Festival (MFF) recently. Organised by the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI), the eight-day international film festival in Mumbai was a mix of numerous film screenings, workshops and panel discussions. Filmmaker and Chairman of MAMI, Shyam Benegal, was glad that despite all the hiccups, the festival could take place. Bollywood actor Aamir Khan, who donated generously to support the festival, said it was the onus of the film industry to make it a sought after event. Oct 22, 2014
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Would Brangelina have not wed if kids didn't insist?

New Delhi, 22 Oct (ANI): Brad Pitt has revealed that the only reason he and wife Angelina Jolie tied the knot was for their 6 kids. He said that they felt they were "beyond marriage as they already had a family," a leading daily reported. However, he added that when their children asked them to get married, both of them surprisingly thought "it would be a lovely." Oct 22, 2014