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Posted in Andrew Garfield, Joel Madden, Nicole Richie on August 25, 2011 by fadedblog

Never one to miss out on a fashion event, Nicole Richie attended the Band of Outsiders summer event at the Hollywood Forever cemetary in Los Angeles on Wednesday (August 24).

Joined by her rocker hubby Joel Madden and Spiderman actor Andrew Garfield, the celebutante designer looked fab at the NET-A-PORTER and hosted event wearing leather pants, black cape and and wide-brimmed hat.

From the event, Nicole tweeted: “Me. @NETAPORTER. Meatballs. @JoelMadden & a cemetery. That is all. #WednesdayNightWut”

Meanwhile, Nicole has composed a poem under the pen name “Nicole Richingway” in honour of her brother-in-law Josh Madden‘s birthday.

Happy Birthday to my brother Josh
Today you won’t be eating squash
Birthday cake is whats for you!
Dont eat a candle or it will come out in your poo!
Even though you’re a year older
You wont be any colder
Because you have lots of sweaters and socks
You are as beautiful as Courtney Cox


Posted in Andrew Garfield, Carey Mulligan, Kiera Knightley on October 13, 2010 by fadedblog

The London Film Festival opened today (October 13) with the European premiere of Never Let Me Go, a movie with a hauntingly off-kilter setting and a universal emotional punch.

Stars Keira Knightley, Carey Mulligan and Andrew Garfield were all smiles as they walked down the red carpet in Leicester Square before the gala evening screening that kicks off the two-week extravaganza of 300 movies from 67 countries.

Never Let Me Go is an adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro‘s Booker Prize-nominated novel about three boarding school friends who discover complicated feelings for one another — and the dark fate that awaits them beyond the school grounds.

Set in a gentle English dystopia, the actors said they were struck by the emotional force of the tale.

Carey called it, “a love story about people who want very simple things from life and can’t get them.”

She added that she, Andrew and Keira were in awe of the novel and its author. She said: “Keira and I did Pride and Prejudice together. We’ve done lots of adaptations of Dickens and Austen and things where the author’s not around to tell you off if it’s rubbish. So this was sort of doubly intimidating.”

The 54th London film festival runs until October 28 and Danny Boyle‘s 127 Hours, based on the true story of climber Aron Ralston who amputated his own arm after it was trapped by a boulder in a Utah canyon, will close the annual event this year.