We haven’t seen Sienna Miller on these pages for a while, so I figured we’ve give her the honor of becoming one of the latest members of our Parking Lot Catwalker category. Congrats, Sienna. MoeJackson category love in 2014—Best Actress Oscar in 2015. Let’s just say your luck has officially turned for gold. Your welcome.
These latest pics were snapped yesterday afternoon as the ‘Mississippi Grind’ actress was seen stopping by Brentwood Country Mart in L.A. before heading to lunch in Beverly Hills.
Sienna’s busy doing small dramas as of late and one of them was supposed to hit theaters late last year, but was postponed until sometime this year. ‘Foxcatcher’, which stars a deep cast including Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, and Mark Ruffalo and directed by Bennett Miller (‘Moneyball’ & ‘Capote’). Here’s more about the film: “The story of Olympic Wrestling Champion Mark Schultz and how paranoid schizophrenic John du Pont killed his brother, Olympic Champion Dave Schultz.” (Source)
Coming into the season, NBA circles were wondering if fans would see a repeat of last year’s Finals. San Antonio was a bigger question because of their age, but like they do every season, the Spurs are once again contending for a top spot in the conference and continue to be in the circle of title contenders. When will people learn that there’s no reason to write off the Spurs? Even as they’ve been dealing with injuries throughout the season, San Antonio continues to play their style of basketball and continues to win lots of games. Last night’s victory over the Heat proves that despite whatever the Spurs are going though, they will contend for the top seed in the western conference and be a favorite to be the last team standing in June. Tim Duncan was great (23 pts, 11 reb) as he continues to defy all aging logic but the biggest reason for the Spurs end-to-end victory was their fast start. If a team with strong fundamentals and great coaching gets off to the 15-point first quarter lead, there’s not a lot that the opponent can do to recover. It also helped that Kawhi Leonard was very effective in defending LeBron last night, holding the red-hot reigning MVP to 6-18 shooting from the field. James tried to put some of their fault on the jerseys they were wearing but i’m not buying it. Every player on the court was wearing them and every player had to make adjustments to their shooting technique. My personal opinion is not in favor of the jerseys but the old “when life gives you lemons…” phrase comes into play when I hear complaints about them from players.
In other news last night: the Lakers are a really bad team. Quick shout out to Kendall Marshall because without his 3-pointer late in the game, the Lakers would have suffered their first 50-point loss in franchise history. Despite that last minute effort, the purple & gold still managed to make history after losing by a total of 48 points. That’s the new record and that’s also the new standard of Lakers’ basketball. Did I mention that last night’s loss came to their cross-town rival Clippers? Last night’s big win by the Clippers over the Lakers pretty much sums up what these two teams have been going through this season. The Clippers and more specifically Blake Griffin continue to impress, battling in a western conference that gets tighter and tighter as the weeks go by. I know the Rockets have a better record than the Clips as of today but right now, i’m taking the Clippers as the team to break up a Thunder-Spurs clash for the conference title. Speaking of the Thunder, Durant and Westbrook both had great games last night in Phoenix. Quick tangent: why didn’t TNT flex away from the battle in LA and show this game instead? Anyways, the Suns had a better team effort as they took the victory 128-122 in a nice, high scoring game. Things are led by Gordon Dragic, who continues to be the breakout star of this season, but the rest of the Suns squad has been just as impressive. Phoenix is very fun to watch and could make some serious noise come playoff time.
Lots of good games tonight and lots of good games this weekend. ESPN’s double slate should be solid tonight with Memphis at Chicago plus Indiana at Houston. The action slows down a bit on Saturday but Sunday has plenty of action to ignore whatever things you’re supposed to get done. ABC’s showcase Sunday might be a bit lopsided but there are other games to watch. Sunday’s night action could feature three of the best games we’ll see all season with: Blazers at Rockets, Pacers at Mavericks and Suns at Warriors. A great slate and a great way to end the weekend.
Imogen Poots walked the red carpet at the premiere Of DreamWorks Pictures’ Need For Speed. Imogen stars alongside Aaron Paul and Dominic Cooper in this adaptation of the “Need for Speed” series of video games by Electronic Arts. Look for the film in theaters on March 14th. Visit Need for Speed for more information on the film.
The always-stunning Kate Beckinsale was in attendance at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum-hosted ’2014 Los Angeles Dinner: What You Do Matters’ held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Hollywood’s most gorgeous mom, who hits 41 later this summer, was looking beautiful in a Marchesa gown. Is there a day that Kate doesn’t kill it? Damn you, Len Wiseman!!
No offense in anyway (I swear), but Salvador Sanchez looks like a very high-ranking member of a prominent Mexican drug cartel or maybe that’s the look he’s going for? Regardless, I’m pretty sure his people are on their way to my place right now, so if you don’t see any posts by “Moe” next week, now you know why…
These latest pics were snapped yesterday afternoon as the two lovebirds were spotted hitting up a West Hollywood UPS store (possibly to mail drugs—just guessing). God damn, Mena’s still rockin’ a killer booty! Good for her!
The hand to the back of the head is hot, but not when you’re gonna do the same pose for the entire shoot. Danni, we love you, but how about both hands on the hip or the classic booty to the camera with a gaze over the shoulder? You’re really hot, so I’m sure you’ll figure something out.
These pics were snapped last night doring a shoot at Howl at the Moon located in Dublin, Ireland.
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The 2014 Texas Film Awards was held at Austin Studios. Honorees included Amber Heard, David Gordon Green, Mac Davis and Louis Black. Amber walked the red carpet with Johnny Depp while Eiza was there in support of Robert Rodriguez who was also honored at the show. Put on by the Austin Film Society, the award show was chaired by Bobbi and Mort Topfer. Vist the Texas Film Awards for more information.