Miranda Kerr was one of the sexiest women in attendance—even with that ugly belt—but there were plenty of other ladies who packed Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills last night at the 22nd Annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards. We’ve rounded up a batch of a few of our favorites, so we hope you guys enjoy the collection.
Who’s on your top 5 list?
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News; Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Abigail Spencer, and Bella Heathcote
Pictured: Lyndsy Fonseca, Jaimie Alexander and Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Mich Jagger’s girlfriend L’Wren Scott unveiled her very own collection for Banana Republic last night at a fashionably star-studded party held at Chateau Marmont. We’re really loving Jaimie Alexander these days–especially after she dropped the nuclear bomb-of-a-dress at the ‘Thor’ premiere earlier this month—BUT, where’s the follow-up dress?! You can do it, Jaimie!
Having said that, Jaimie will get my vote on our poll for the foreseeable future simply because she wasn’t scared of fucking shit up on the red carpet like a lot of Hollywood celebs these days. We gotta give her props.
The 2013 Film Independent Spirit Awards held at The Santa Monica Beach last night. Hosted by Andy Samberg, the 28th installment of the event saw Silver Linings Playbook as the big winner, taking home four awards including Best Feature, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Female Lead in Jennifer Lawrence. Check out a complete list of winners and for more information, visit the 2013 Film Independent Spirit Awards website.
Pictured: Jennifer Lawrence
Pictured: Linda Cardellini, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Emily Osment, Brittany Snow, Paula Patton
The fashionbale ladies came out for the Vanity Fair and Juicy Couture celebration of the 2013 Vanities Calendar with Olivia Munn at Chateau Marmont. The event was in support of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, a member of Feeding America and kicked-off Vanity Fair’s Campaign Hollywood 2013, a week of celebration leading up to the Academy Awards set for Sunday, February 24th. Read up on all the festivities, including tonight’s L’Oreal party featuring Freida Pinto.
Pictured: Cote De Pablo, Kate Mara, Jaime King, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Louise Roe
Pictured: Eliza Coupe, Jessica Lucas, Jordana Brewster, Maria Menounos, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Naya Rivera, Nina Dobrev, Willa Holland
The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards takes place tonight at rhe Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. Last night Entertainment Weekly hosted their annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Party at Chateau Marmont. Here’s just a sample of the attendees that brought out a whole bunch of Hollywood’s stars in prepration for the show that’ll air simultaneouly on TNT and TBS. Silver Linings Playbook, Lincoln, Les Miserables, and Modern Family lead the way with 4 nominations each. Dick Van Dyke will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. For more information, visit the SAG Awards website. Tune in tonight at 8pm on TNT and TBS.
Pictured: Bella Heathcote, Christa B. Allen, Drew Barrymore, Kate Walsh
The Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style honoring BVLGARI took place last night with Drew Barrymore presenting Mr. Nicola Bulgari a Robert Graham-designed torso statuette and the city’s mayor reading an official proclamation declaring December 5th, 2012, “Bulgari Day.” Previous honorees Giorgio Armani (who received the first award in 2003), Valentino (2009), retailer Fred Hayman (2011) and, most recently, the late Diana Vreeland. For more information, visit the Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style website.
Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ashley Madekwe, Lydia Hearst, Cat Deeley
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Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kristen Stewart, Eva Mendes, Cassidy Gard, Aubrey Plaza, Amy Adams
AFI Fest 2012 (Presented by Audi) takes place from November 1st through the 8th and over the weekend a few of the stars came out for several premieres. Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Cassidy Card, and Aubrey Plaza were attendees of the Life of Pi premiere screening. To our knowledge, none of these ladies appear in the film. Life of Pi opens in theaters on November 21st. Eva Mendes was the only noteworthy attendee of the Holy Motors premiere screening. Eva stars as Kay M. alongside Denis Lavant, Édith Scob, and Kylie Minogue. Holy Motors debuted at Cannes earlier this year and has already been released in France. The film is playing in limited screenings. Check out the Holy Motors website for screening info.
Lastely Kristen Stewart and Amy Adams attended the On The Road premiere screening. Kristen stars as Marylou while Amy as Jane alongside a cast that includes Garrett Hedlund, Tom Sturridge, Alice Braga, Elisabeth Moss, Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen, and Terrence Howard. Having already opened in the UK, On The Road won’t hit US theaters until December 21st. AFI Fest 2012 continues until Thursday. For more info, visit the AFI Fest website.
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Pictured: Emma Stone, Emma Watson, Uma Thurman, Jaime King, Lea Michele
ELLE’s 19th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills last night. Yeah, as you can see, a lot of ladies attended the event and this isn’t even everyone; we figured to cap our over-coverage at 20 attendees. Pretty much the only dude in attendance was Robert Pattinson who was there to give an award to Uma Thurman. To be clear, we have no idea what type of awards were handed out or who was awarded but we can link you to Elle’s Women in Hollywood website and lead you down to the poll and Gallery; we’re sure you can’t wait to get clicking on all the photos.
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Pictured: Erika Christensen, Eva Amurri, Giada De Laurentiis, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Nina Dobrev
Photo Credit: WENN
Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Erin Wasson, Robin McLeavy, Alex Lombard
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is the upcoming film based on the novel by the same name. In this fictional account of the Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, he’s to have had a secret identity as a vampire hunter. The film stars Benjamin Walker as Abraham Lincoln with Dominic Cooper as Henry Sturges, Lincoln’s mentor in vampire hunting. Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars as Mary Todd Lincoln, Lincoln’s wife. Look for it in theaters on June 22nd. For more info, visit the Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter on Facebook.
President Lincoln’s mother was killed by a supernatural creature, which fuels his passion to crush vampires and their slave-owning helpers. [Wiki]
Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead spices up the latest issue of Complex Magazine. She’s set to star in the upcoming horror flick “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.” I’m sorry, I wanna say great things about the film, but when I first saw the trailer during “The Dictator,” I’m pretty sure I heard about 10 “What the fucks” & plenty of laughter induced by shock that people would make a movie with that title & premise. Whatever the case, let’s hope it does well.
You’ve played some tough women, but you’re looking fiercer than ever for this cover shoot. Are you this intense in real life?
[Laughs.] I’m the total opposite of that. The one thing that’s difficult for me, and it’s one thing I had to bring out in this shoot, is being “sexy.” It’s weird to be told to be sexy, because I never know what that means exactly. I can never try to be sexy. [Laughs.] It’s too awkward. I don’t like to do the whole I’m-gonna-come-get-you face—that doesn’t suit me.[Read more…]