Teresa Palmer, in a Zac Posen dress, also stopped by the premiere.
Lincoln, which follows the president as he struggles with continuing carnage on the Civil War battlefield and as he fights with many inside his own cabinet on the decision to emancipate the slaves, hits limited theaters on November 9.
FYI: Teresa is carrying a Stark clutch with Jean-Michel Cazabat shoes and Melinda Maria earrings.
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Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper are two dapper gentlemen at the 2012 Annual Hollywood Film Awards Gala presented by The Los Angeles Times held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Monday (October 22) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
At the event, Bradley won the Hollywood Actor Award, Ben, Bryan, and John received the Hollywood Ensemble Acting Award for Argo, Robert was honored with the Hollywood Supporting Actor Award, and Richard was awarded with the Hollywood Career Achievement Award.
Judd received the Hollywood Comedy Award and John won the Hollywood Breakout Performance Award for The Sessions. Ezra won a Hollywood Spotlight Award. Congrats all!
FYI: Bradley is wearing Tom Ford.
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt attends an event to celebrate the partnership between his production company hitRECord and Levi’s on Sunday (October 7) at Levi’s Haus in Los Angeles.
The Levi’s brand will widely distribute three original short films created by hitRECord and will support hitRECord’s six city mini-tour this fall by utilizing Levi’s resources to build a larger live production hosted by Joseph.
“This is one of the most important elections of our lifetime,” Leonardo said. “We are using the power of social media throughout the Vote 4 Stuff campaign to incite bipartisan conversation around real issues, encourage registration and voting in November.”
FYI: Leo‘s production company, Appian Way, is a producer of Vote 4 Stuff.
The 31-year-old Looper actor chatted with the mag about his new action flick and being labeled as a leading man. Make sure to check out the behind the scenes video below, presented by DITA eyewear and provided exclusively to JustJared.com!
On the leading man label: “Leading man is not a term I would use to describe myself. I’m lucky enough to play parts I enjoy. Here in L.A., they like to distinguish a ‘leading man’ from a ‘character actor,’ and I don’t like that. I think a leading man is someone who simply plays themselves and who also happens to be handsome. Someone like Cary Grant. And I love Cary Grant. But I’m not him.”
On having his Looper role written for him: “That’s the first time that’s happened in my career. And obviously, it’s a real honor, coming from a filmmaker I admire so much. Not long after we shot Brick together, [director] Rian [Johnson] started telling me about this time travel idea he had. That was in 2003. A couple years later, he wrote the script and we took it from there.”
On his Looper character: “He’s a sad guy. On the surface he looks like a badass and a killer, but in reality, he’s not living the life he wants to live. He doesn’t have anyone or anything he cares about.”