Demi Moore joined several Oscar-winning Hollywood stars at AFI's Night at the Movies event in NYC last night. She wore a sheer jumpsuit as she mingled with stars like Harrison Ford, Sally Field, and Cher, who were all at the event to introduce one of their classic movies during the film-lovers bash. Demi presented Ghost, her 1990 film with Patrick Swayze, while Cher introduced Moonstruck and Sally chatted about Norma Rae. This was a rare red carpet appearance for Demi, whose last public event was to check out Ferragamo's Spring runway collection alongside Nicole Richie and Rachel Zoe back in January. She didn't make it to the Sundance Film Festival this year, but her new film with Elizabeth Olsen and Dakota Fanning, Very Good Girls, did premiere to decent reviews at the annual event.
The carpet wasn't the only thing that was red tonight. Some of our favorite actresses — and nominees — arrived at the Academy Awards in the eye-catching hue. Both Sally Field and Jennifer Aniston reached for Valentino dresses; Field opted for a long-sleeved number with semisheer panels, while Aniston decided on a timeless princess-gown silhouette. Not to be outdone, Olivia Munn and Marcia Gay Harden went for body-con gowns, also in the standout color. One thing's for sure: these ladies certainly painted Hollywood's biggest night red.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt looked sharp in a suit when he arrived at the Oscars tonight in LA. He isn't nominated for any awards, but he will be performing a number with Daniel Radcliffe and Seth MacFarlane. Joseph didn't reveal too much about his performance, only noting that he was going to be doing something with Daniel and Seth during the opening number. However, he did squeeze in some fun on the red carpet when he posed for photos and did interviews with Sally Field. Be sure to weigh in on the top red-carpet looks in our Oscars fashion and beauty polls.
Earlier this week, we saw Zach Galifianakis interview Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, and more for part one of his Oscars edition of Between Two Ferns. In part two, he sits down with another crop of nominees, including Jessica Chastain, Sally Field, and his costar from The Hangover Bradley Cooper. The animosity hits an all-time high when Zach offers Bradley a potential acceptance speech for his big night — and let's just say it's not exactly what Bradley had in mind.
Sally Field may be up for an Oscar for Lincoln this year, but once upon a time, she was in one of my all-time favorite movies, the less critically lauded — but just as celebrated — Mrs. Doubtfire. To this day, no one pulls off English nanny quite like Robin Williams, not even real English nannies. I've listed some of my favorite lines below, what are yours?
- "My first day as a woman and I'm getting hot flashes." — Mrs. Doubtfire
- "Oh, I don't think I have the strength. But I have some plaster." — Frank
- "Mrs. Doubtfire! He's a she! She's a he! He's a she-she." — Chris
Best supporting actress nominee Sally Field is up for her third Academy Award, and for Lincoln, she had a considerable acting challenge in playing a famous first lady. Field talked about the demands of playing her at today's Oscars Luncheon and discussed how she approached the job.
On which emotion she tapped into to play Mary Todd: "She was a very colorful personality. . . . I'm an actor. It's hard to say how you really become the character you want to become. Certainly I have had some opportunities in my life, not as many as I'd like, to play really complicated characters, and you don't tap into any one emotion. You try to live in this place. . . . I can't say I tapped into any one emotion. She was a highly emotional being. She always was; that's what they always said about her. I just did my work."
On her love of documentaries: "I think it's really important that documentaries be in the mainstream. I think this year is a sterling example of absolutely wonderful documentaries. Everybody should see them."
The 24th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival drew boldfaced Hollywood names on Saturday night. Stars including Ben Affleck, Naomi Watts, and Bradley Cooper were honored for their onscreen work, while Tom Hanks, Eddie Redmayne, Diane Lane, and other celebs presented the evening's awards. We were on the red carpet and inside for the star-studded dinner, where several of the awardees shared moving, funny, and heartfelt speeches. Naomi, who accepted the evening's Desert Palm Achievement Award for an actress from her The Impossible costar Tom Holland, thanked her longtime partner, Liev Schreiber, for inspiring her. She also expressed gratitude for their two young sons, Sasha and Kai, for "breathing life into me."
Birthday boy Bradley Cooper — who turned 38 yesterday — gave a short and humble speech when accepting the corresponding award for actor for his work in Silver Linings Playbook. It was one of newly single Bradley Cooper's first nights out since splitting from Zoe Saldana. Bradley couldn't escape host Mary Hart, who led the audience in a round of "Happy Birthday" in his honor before he left the stage. As Ben Affleck and his Argo cast closed the show, taking home the ensemble performance award, Ben asked Mary if she'd prompt the crowd to sing "Happy Birthday" for him, as well. "When's your birthday?" Mary asked. Ben replied, "August."
Seven of the most celebrated women working in film today came together for The Hollywood Reporter's Actress Roundtable. The magazine's latest cover features Naomi Watts, Helen Hunt, and Anne Hathaway, along with Sally Field, Rachel Weisz, Marion Cotillard, and Amy Adams. The women posed for a photo shoot that channeled Old Hollywood and sat down for a conversation at LA's Siren Studios, where they weighed in on everything from the movie industry's beauty standards to their very worst auditions. Click through for some highlights from their chat!
Anne Hathaway was one of the stars that came out for a special screening of Lincoln in NYC last night. Director Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lewis, who plays President Lincoln in the movie, Tommy Lee Jones, and leading lady Sally Field were all on hand. Kellan Lutz broke from Breaking Dawn Part 2 press to watch the film and 666 Park Avenue's Dave Annable showed support for his former Brothers and Sisters costar Sally. Chloë Sevigny, Patrick Wilson, and Michael Strahan also attended ahead of Lincoln's big opening tomorrow. Anne Hathaway has her own project hitting theaters with Les Misérables coming out on Christmas Day. Anne's been making the rounds promoting the period piece, including a recent Vogue cover and role as host of the Women's Media Awards on Tuesday.