British heartthrob Eddie Redmayne was looking hot at the Academy Awards Sunday night, where he was there representing best picture nominee Les Misérables. Eddie hit the red carpet with his red-hot date, girlfriend Hannah Bagshawe. Eddie has been dating the publicist for about a year now, and while we don't know much about the relationship, he did say she helps him get dressed because he's color blind. He also said, "I'm lucky to be with someone who is very supportive." Aw, check out the cute Oscar couple now!
Eddie Redmayne cut a dapper figure on the red carpet at today's Oscars. He posed for photos solo — and later with his girlfriend, Hannah Bagshawe, who looked lovely with her hair down and in a dark green gown. Eddie is not in the running for any individual honors, but his film Les Misérables is up for best picture. Eddie and his costars in the Tom Hooper-directed musical will also apparently break out their singing skills this evening as well.
Anne Hathaway shared laughs and drinks with her Les Misérables costars at a special pre-Oscars bash in LA last night. She donned a Theyskens' Theory minidress as she celebrated with a Dior-wearing Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, and Isla Fisher, who attended the shindig with her husband, Sacha Baron Cohen. The Les Misérables fete supported the Los Angeles Fund For Public Education, and drew other celebrities like Adrien Brody and Judy Greer. The celebration wasn't to be confused with the separate Vanity Fair party for Silver Linings Playbook, which also benefited education in LA and was held on the same night.
The pre-Oscars parties are just getting started, and the casts of both films will have plenty of chances to celebrate before Oscar night on Sunday, Feb. 24. Don't forget to fill out our Oscar ballot for a chance to win $1,000 and an iPad.
It's been a star-studded few days in Berlin, where Anne Hathaway, James Franco, Rooney Mara, and many more celebs have popped up to premiere their films at the Berlin International Film Festival. Today, Rooney Mara and Jude Law met up in the German capital to present their film, Side Effects. Earlier in the festival, a Chanel-clad Anne linked up with Les Misérables costar Hugh Jackman to promote their hit project. Their costar Amanda Seyfried was pulling double-duty at the festival, where she premiered Les Misérables as well as her upcoming film Lovelace with James Franco and Peter Sarsgaard. Matt Damon dropped by last Friday when he and costar John Krasinski introduced their film, Promised Land. Click through to check out all of the action in Berlin!
Anne Hathaway chose a bright Prada gown for the Paris premiere of Les Misérables today. She was joined by costar Eddie Redmayne as well as director Tom Hooper on the red carpet. Anne and her husband, Adam Shulman, touched down in France yesterday and dined out before heading back to their hotel. She's back to promoting her movie musical during a break from her award-season duties.
Anne's been making the rounds picking up honors for her work, and her latest moment in the spotlight came at Monday's Oscars nominees luncheon. Anne talked about her SAGs wardrobe malfunction in front of press before meeting back up with Adam and mingling with famous friends at the event. She'll be back in front of cameras later this month, when she wraps up the exciting season at the Academy Awards — make sure to fill out our Oscars ballot for a chance to win $1,000 and an iPad!
Ben Affleck celebrated his big win at last night's SAG Awards with his wife, Jennifer Garner, and several other celebrities at Chateau Marmont in LA. The couple was spotted leaving after a bash with Hugh Jackman while still wearing their glamorous red-carpet looks, but not carrying Ben's award for Argo's outstanding performance by an ensemble cast. Amanda Seyfried, though, changed out of her blue Zac Posen gown into a sheer black cocktail dress. Amanda's Les Misérables costars Anne Hathaway, Eddie Redmayne, and Hugh Jackman also attended festivities at the Chateau along with Homeland's Damian Lewis.
Ben and Jennifer appeared to enjoy themselves at the actual SAG Awards, where they were seen laughing and acting affectionate throughout the show. Earlier yesterday, Ben took his daughters, Violet and Seraphina, to a farmers market in Brentwood to pick up some fruit and flowers. In addition to the SAGs and running errands, Ben also picked up the Modern Master honor from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival Friday and the best picture award from the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday.
Eddie Redmayne went for a bold look at tonight's SAG Awards when he walked the red carpet in a brown velvet suit with a black tie and matching shoes. The look is quite different from the traditional black tux he rocked at last night's Producers Guild Awards. Eddie is up for one award tonight: outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture for Les Misérables. His costar Anne Hathaway is also nominated for outstanding performance by a female actor in a supporting role for her performance in the film as Fantine. Weigh in on Eddie's nontraditional suit and many more red-carpet looks in our SAG Awards fashion polls.
Golden Globes winners Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman celebrated their wins with their fellow award recipients and Hollywood friends when they attended the NBC Golden Globes afterparty last night. Hugh posed with director Tom Hooper while Anne was joined by Les Misérables costars Eddie Redmayne, Amanda Seyfried, and Sacha Baron Cohen on the red carpet. Sacha caused quite the stir at the Globes when he presented and proceeded to roast his fellow costars, including poking fun of Anne's now-infamous up-skirt incident at the film's premiere back in December. However, it looks like Anne wasn't offended by Sacha's ribbing as she happily smiled with him for photos. Jessica Chastain also attended the event and proudly showed off her award while grinning for the photographers. Olympic gold medalists Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman, and Missy Franklin dropped by the event, along with Smash star Megan Hilty.
Stars descended on the Chateau Marmont in LA last night for W magazine's annual Golden Globes party celebrating their Best Performances issue. Jennifer Lawrence was a bright spot in the night, wearing a blue number after attending the AFI Awards in a colorful Prabal Gurung dress earlier in the day. Globes nominee Marion Cotillard chose a printed look from the same designer for the publication's bash, where Sienna Miller, who is up for an honor at Sunday's show, made her first award-season appearance. She arrived on the West Coast with daughter Marlowe earlier this week and will be hitting the carpet for tomorrow's big event. Also on hand to toast W's latest glossy were Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Miranda Kerr, Rachel Zoe, and many more. Click through to see them all and make sure to fill out your Golden Globes ballot before the show starts on Sunday!
The fun continued inside Friday afternoon's AFI Awards in LA. The bash, held at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, was held to honor the year's best in film and television. A total of 10 films, including Silver Linings Playbook, Argo, Les Misérables, and Lincoln, were supported by their stars and directors. Daniel Day-Lewis made the rounds with his costar Sally Field and director Steven Spielberg, while Argo's Ben Affleck, fresh off a win in the best director category at the Critics' Choice Awards, was accompanied by his producers George Clooney and Grant Heslov.
The Silver Linings Playbook clan also had a good night at the Critics' Choice Awards. Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence won top honors as best actor and actress in a comedy, and she also won best actress in an action movie for The Hunger Games. Their leading lady Jacki Weaver posed with Jennifer, and they were both in a celebratory mood because, in addition, their cast won best ensemble at the CCAs. The Les Mis crowd was well-represented, too. Anne Hathaway, Eddie Redmayne, and Hugh Jackson all attended. They said hello to friends from movies and television, which included cast members from Mad Men, like Christina Hendricks, and the stars of Girls, Modern Family, and more.