Seven days in entertainment
Last week's biggest events including ''Lipstick Jungle,'' the BET Honors, and more
Don’t let the frightful Golden Globes Press Conference be your barometer for Hollywood buzz last week — plenty was still going down in the entertainment industry. Gorgeous New York women celebrated (NBC’s Lipstick Jungle) and sunned on the beach (Sex and the City: The Movie), Private Practice‘s Kate Walsh hit a charity bash, and super songstress Alicia Keys collected some well-deserved hardware.
Sliced limes, a salt shaker, empty shot glasses…Why aren’t Brooke Shields, Andrew McCarthy, and Lindsay Price (shooting the NBC drama Lipstick Jungle, premiering Feb. 7) having more fun?
Suck it, UV Rays!
Kim Cattrall — caught shooting a scene for Sex and the City: The Movie in Malibu — mulls over the dubious pairing of a fabulously colossal hat with a icky polka-dot muumuu.
Web Obsession of the Week
Three baby Spielbergs armed with only a car full of props and costumes, a video camera, a computer, and a load of ingenuity paid homage to the famous opening scene of Saving Private Ryan. Computers are a wonderful thing, aren’t they? (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRS9cpOMYv0)
Daniel Craig — playing a Jewish escapee in Nazi-occupied Poland — finds refuge in the forest in the upcoming war drama Defiance. Liev Schreiber and Jamie Bell play two of Craig’s brothers.
Help a Brother Out
Clive Owen aids costar Brían F. O’Byrne while shooting a scene for upcoming action thriller The International in NYC.
Oh, that joke never gets old! A glimmering Kate Walsh arrives in a backless gown at a gala for children’s charity The Art of Elysium in L.A.
Alicia Keys pauses to chuckle while accepting the Entertainment Award at the inaugural BET Honors in Washington, D.C.
Sex and the City