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Kate Bosworth: 'Big Sur' Pre-Sundance Dinner with Michael Polish

Kate Bosworth: 'Big Sur' Pre-Sundance Dinner with Michael Polish

Kate Bosworth wraps her arms around her fiance Michael Polish at the Big Sur pre-Sundance send off dinner held at Levi’s Haus on Monday night (January 14) in Los Angeles.

The 30-year-old actress and her love/Big Sur director Michael were joined by co-star Jean-Marc Barr.

The film will have its premiere at the film festival on Wednesday (January 23). Be sure to check out the trailer for the movie in case you missed it!

Also pictured inside: Kate and Michael sharing an intimate moment in a photo posted to her Twitter account, captioned “Days Of Heaven @michael_polish”.

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Credit: Le Studio; Photos: FilmMagic
Posted to: Kate Bosworth, Michael Polish

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  • chelle

    @Never changes: actually right now I’m enjoying a very cozy day by fireplace with hubby… besides that it’s no secret to most on here I am a bi*ch..never tried to hide that. I do not believe in sugar coating the truth no matter what. You learn that very quickly when you have to tell mom/dad/spouse /child that their loved one has died…

  • Macy

    Well, they have to drum up business for their sad careers somehow I guess. Ugh! Power couple? Really? Who actually thinks this? Are we going to compare them to Brange now? As if!
    As for the free clothes, lots of people get them. You know what’s even better? That stars like Nicole Kidman PAY for their stuff because they think it’s tacky to take free clothes when they can afford it. And it is, totally.

  • Never changes

    You call yourself a bi*ch but from your comments you seem more like trailer trash. Like I said before, you can’t hide or try to disguise what you are because the truth always shows itself.

  • Really?

    @Never changes: Hello, pot!

  • Keiko


    It looks like mine aren’t going to post. I’ll have to try to remember what I wrote.

  • Really?

    @Hype: According to Kate’s Twitter, El Mundo put Big Sur on it’s most anticipated list. El Moundo is actually pretty popular, but I have no idea how accurate their entertainment reporting is.
    Kate Bosworth‏@katebosworth
    Viva “@SrtaRnR: @michael_polish @katebosworth ‘Big Sur’ one of the most awaited in Sundance, says Spanish newspaper :)”
    The part of the article that mentions Big Sur:
    “Some of the most anticipated titles in this edition are ‘Before Midnight’, the third installment of the romantic saga directed by Richard Linklater and starring Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke; ‘Big Sur’ film about Jack Kerouac’s alcoholism, with Kate Bosworth and Josh Lucas; ‘Don Jon’s Addiction’, the debut as director and screenwriter Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the film spy ‘The East’ with Alexander Skarsgard and Ellen Page, and ‘Lovelace’, a film about the porn figure, Linda Lovelace.”

  • ladybug

    @Keiko: I copy my comment to clipboard, just in case JJ is misbehaving.

    @Really?: that’s about the only site I’ve seen that’s put Big Sur on the ‘most anticipated’ list. And many of those lists have very little overlap to them.

    I’m presuming if there were more she’d have retweeted them.

  • Suze

    @Keiko: @ladybug: All I said was that I thought that WWWH was released! And that Movie 43 may draw people because of the rest of the cast. LOL, oh well.

  • FilmBuff

    It’s not easy to get a film into Sundance. I’m looking forward to Big Sur because I think it’s the one film based on a Jack Kerouac novel that has the courage to use his complex sentences. To want a film such as this to fail is a very odd mentality. I would like to see fewer people attend pointless violent films.

  • ladybug

    @FilmBuff: Do I want this film to fail? I don’t actually care either way. I’m just pointing out that:
    Polish isn’t a commercial filmmaker.
    The film currently doesn’t have much pre-premiere buzz
    As I’ve also written, not having that much pre-Sundance buzz may mean nothing. Movies with buzz may go nowhere, and maybe BS knocks everyone’s socks off.
    And, yes, it’s a good thing to beat several thousand other films to get into Sundance. But not every film that gets shown at Sundance (or Cannes or TIFF) is great. Or even good.
    And please define pointless violence films. If you mean mindless slasher films like the Hostel and Saw series, then I agree with you. But as I’ve already written, not all violence is mindless and not all non-violence is mindful.
    You like Kerouac, so hopefully you’ll get to see this film, whether in theaters, on-demand, DVD, etc.

  • Really?

    @FilmBuff:Honestly I don’t really care how this film does. And aren’t independent films supposed to be art? Art doesn’t need to be commercially successful or popular to be successful. If the artist is happy with his/her work then it was successful. Why are you placing so much gravitas on money?
    I took a photography class and took a long exposure of a tree that was back lit by a streetlight at night . I love that photograph. My teacher hated it; he thought it was incredibly boring and cliche. I told him that I liked it and I didn’t care. There were other photographs of mine that he thought were interesting and I thought were boring. There’s no accounting for taste so as long as the artist is happy then the piece was successful. (And I know how pretentious that sounds sometimes, but it is true.)

  • lei

    Kate Bosworth was brilliant in Wonderland and The Girl In The Park. She does her best work in darker indies playing more complicated characters.