Action, Action, Action, everything you would expect from Jason Statham on the red carpet during the Mechanic Resurrection Los Angeles Premiere. Jason attended with beautiful Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wearing an incredible form fitting fuchsia Balmain frock. Beauty and action hero in her own right, Jessica Alba attended wearing a floral Dolce & Gabbana head turner.
Jessica Alba during the Mechanic Resurrection Los Angeles Premiere, held at the Arclight Cinema in Hollywood, California, Monday, August 22, 2016. Photo by Jennifer Graylock-Graylock.com 917-519-7666
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Jason Statham during the Mechanic Resurrection Los Angeles Premiere, held at the Arclight Cinema in Hollywood, California, Monday, August 22, 2016. Photo by Jennifer Graylock-Graylock.com 917-519-7666
The red carpet at The Premiere of G.B.F (Gay Best Friend) was buzzing last night, November, 29, 2013, at Grauman’s Chinese Theater. November 22 is the DirecTV release of Vertical Entertainment’s “G.B.F.” (Gay Best Friend), “G.B.F.” tells the social warfare story of what happens when “three high school clique queens battle for supremacy: drama diva Caprice (Xosha Roquemore), Mormon princess ‘Shley (Andrea Bowen) and blonde fashionista Fawcett (Sasha Pieterse). When unassuming Tanner (Michael J. Willet) is outted, he finds himself cast as the hottest new teen-girl accessory: The Gay Best Friend. The clique queens immediately pounce and makeover Tanner into their ideal arm candy, forcing him to choose between popularity and the true friends — including his own B.F.F. Brent (Paul Iacono) — that he’s leaving behind.” In addition to its November 22 DirecTV release, “G.B.F” is set for a January 17 2014 theatrical release.
The Catholic church sold my child, the true story of Philomena Lee, movie titled “Philomena” Directed by Stephen Frears, starring Dame Judy Dench, Steve Coogan, and Sophie Kennedy Clark. Based on the Martin Sixsmith book, The Lost Child of Philomena Lee.
The movie takes you through the life of unmarried mother Philomena Lee who was forced to give up her son to Irish nuns, who then sold him on to rich Americans. For decades she tried to find him. A chance meeting with writer Martin Sixsmith eventually uncovered the truth. This moving drama had its New York Premiere, hosted by the Cinema Society and held at the Paris Theatre on 11.12.2013. Philomena Lee during a red carpet interview spoke of her story, as the interview concluded, the interviewer turned and said “just speaking to Philomena and hearing her story made me cry.”
A compelling story, backed by Weinstein Company should be without drama of the non-movie kind, however, the MPAA slapped Philomena with an R rating. Is it justified? We don’t think so, but according to the MPAA, the film’s rating comes from an MPAA rule that more than one use of a “harsher, sexually-derived word” merits an automatic R rating. In this case, that word is “fuck” and it’s uttered twice during the film.
StyleCeleb, highly recommends the film. R rating or not, would rather hear the word fuck, then see a ghastly violent scene.
for more info http://philomenamovie.com/
Quoted from the Guradian article by Martin Sixsmith