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Posted in Anna Paquin, Ashley Olsen, Blake Lively, Carey Mulligan, Christina Ricci, Ed Westwick, Kim Kardashian, Mary-Kate Olsen on November 16, 2010 by fadedblog

A glammed up Kim Kardashian lead a galaxy of stars at the 7th annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards at Skylight SOHO in New York City on Monday night (November 15).

Escorted for the night by designer Zac Posen, the 30-year-old tabloid star was on hand to help emerging American designers pursue their design and business plans.

In addition to grants of $200,000 to the winner and $50,000 each to the two runners-up, the award includes a yearlong mentorship with an industry professional whose business expertise is tailored to the designers’ needs and future goals.

Joining Kim for an evening of high fashion awareness included the likes Leighton Meester, Ed Westwick, Christina Ricci, Carey Mulligan, Blake Lively, Anna Paquin and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.


Posted in Carey Mulligan, Dakota Fanning, Marion Cotillard, Olivia Wilde on November 5, 2010 by fadedblog

Olivia Wilde, Carey Mulligan, Dakota Fanning and Oscar winner Marion Cotillard were among the presenters at Thursday’s (November 4) Britannia Awards.

Held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, CA, last night’s BAFTA/LA ceremony marked the time the awards have aired on U.S. television (TV Guide Network exclusively telecasted the 19th annual awards). Stephen Fry served as emcee for the second year in a row.

Honorees included Jeff Bridges, who received the Stanley Kubrick prize; Michael Sheen, who was given the trophy for British artist of the year; and Betty White, who received the Charlie Chaplin kudo for comedy.

The ceremony is billed as honouring those who have made an outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry in the U.S. and the U.K.


Posted in Bryce Dallas Howard, Carey Mulligan, Heather Graham, Jodie Foster, Leighton Meester, Mila Kunis, Milla Jovovich on October 25, 2010 by fadedblog

The stars stepped out in full force this evening (October 25) for the 14th annual Hollywood Awards Gala in Beverly Hills.

Looking glamorous in a sparkly silver number, Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry lead the pack of celebrity A-listers as they enjoyed an evening of film recognition and celebration.

The cast of the film The Social Network was honored with the Hollywood Ensemble Acting Award, while co-star Andrew Garfield won with the Breakthrough Actor Award and Aaron Sorkin was given the Screenwriter Award.

Sean Penn received the Humanitarian Award; Annette Bening received the Hollywood Actress Award; Oscar winner Robert Duvall was honored with the Hollywood Actor Award; Sylvester Stallone received the Hollywood Career Achievement Award; Morgan Freeman and Lori McCreary were recognized with the Hollywood Innovator Awards; and director Tom Hooper was honored with the Hollywood Director Award.

Sam Rockwell was honored with the Supporting Actor Award; Helena Bonham Carter was honored with the Supporting Actress Award; Zach Galifinakis was honored with the Comedy Actor Award; Mia Wasikowska was honored with the Breakthrough Actress Award; Jennifer Lawrence was honored with the New Hollywood Award; and Danny Boyle and Chris Colson were honored with the Producer Award.

Celebrity attendees and award presenters included the likes of Mila Kunis, Milla Jovovich, Leighton Meester, Jodie Foster, Hilary Swank, Heather Graham, Carey Mulligan and Bryce Dallas Howard.


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

Keira Knightley showed off her new haircut at the 54th Annual Times BFI London Film Festival in London this evening (October 13).

Joined by co-star Carey Mulligan, the British actress was on hand to premiere her new movie Never Let Me Go.

While Keira looked fabulous in a knee-length gold frock with sexy cut-outs, Carey seemingly forgot to visit her seamstress as she donned a rather ill-fitting halter dress.

Meanwhile, Keira she is filled with doubts and insecurities, and often questions whether she is deserving of her success.

Keira Knightley admits she doesn’t always think she deserves to be famous.

Despite a glittering Hollywood career, the 25-year-old beauty has struggled to acknowledge how successful she has become as an actress.

“It’s taken me time to overcome my own doubts and insecurities,” she says. “It’s been my nature not to want to believe in my own success and that I don’t deserve my success. But that’s something I’ve fought to overcome.”

Keira is also still terrified about starting on a new movie set.

She explains: “I’m getting better, but the terror is still occasionally there! Sometimes you have to fight your fear prior to an important scene. You don’t want to make a mess of things. I try not to place so much pressure on myself now.”

However, the actress is determined not to let her nerves or self-doubt affect her future career path.

She says: “I’m still young and know I will be able to show people that I can play much more complex characters than anything I’ve done up to now. I just have to be patient and take advantage of opportunities that come my way.”


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.