Channing Tatum with Amy Pascal and Hannah Minghella
Phil Lord, Kevin Durant and Chris Miller
Channing Tatum on the edge
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum
Neal Moritz and Michael Lynton
Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum and Gary Barber
Sarah Jessica Parker and HBO's Michael Lombardo
Fergie and Matt Bomer
Zac Posen and Zachary Quinto
Laverne Cox and Miss Universe Gabriela Isler
Francisco Costa and Fergie
Josh Duhamel and Tyson Beckford
“Think Like a Man Too” party
“Think Like a Man Too” party
“Napoleon Dynamite” reunion
Never an Emmy nominee, the series has become more character-driven in the last season while the quality of the items coming through the shop's doors has increased.
“Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life & Times of Katrina Gilbert” is exec produced by Maria Shriver and Sheila Nevins; director and producer Shari Cookson and Nick Doob are previous Emmy winners. Doc explores the plight of the 42 million American women in dire economic circumstances and the 28 million children who count on them through the story of single mom Katrina Gilbert.
“A Place at the Table” earned the IDA's 2013 Pare Lorentz Award and was also nommed for a PGA Award. Doc looks at childhood hunger in the U.S. and features appearances by Jeff Bridges and “Top Chef's” Tom Colicchio. Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson helmed; from Participant Media; Emmy winner Julie Goldman, Ryan Harrington, Kristi Jacobson and Silverbush produced.
“Schooled: The Price of College Sports” tackles NCAA football and basketball and the price student athletes pay for participating in those sports. Doc is based on the book “The Cartel” by Taylor Branch. Andrew J. Muscato, Branch, Domonique Foxworth, Mitchell Slater and Bobby Valentine share credits.
“Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley” is the first helming effort from Goldberg (she also exec produced along with George Schlatter and Tom Leonardis). A lifelong entertainer and groundbreaking comedienne, Moms Mabley's career spanned vaudeville to sitcoms.
Greg Whiteley, helmer of “Mitt,” had unprecedented access to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney throughout his presidential campaign. Netflix released the doc across all platforms shortly after its Sundance 2014 premiere.
“JFK” is PBS' entry into the field. Exhaustively researched and several years in the making, the four-hour bio-doc takes a fresh and comprehensive look at President Kennedy's times and legacy. Susan Bellows directed and produced the doc that benefits from extensive use of archival materials and interviews with JFK's biographers.
“Seduced and Abandoned” creatively investigates the bottom-line realities of today's film biz as director James Toback (“Tyson”) and thesp Alec Baldwin head to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival in search of financing for their fiction feature. Cameos from high-profile actors (Ryan Gosling) and helmers (Martin Scorsese) add star power; Toback helmed and produced along with Baldwin and Michael Mailer.
“The Short Game” captures the triumphs and travails of pint-sized golfers vying for the title of world champion. Josh Greenbaum helmed.
“The Square,” a 2013 Oscar contender, is helmer-producer Jehane Noujaim's up-close chronicle of the recent Egyptian revolution. The pic won the IDA's documentary award in 2013. Karim Amer shares the producer credit.
Crystal + Lucy Award Honorees Kerry Washington and Eva Longoria share smiles on the carpet. This is Washington's first red carpet appearance since giving birth in April. Click for more on honorees Kerry Washington and Eva Longoria.
"Neighbors" star Rose Byrne received the Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future award at the Crystal + Lucy Awards. "It's imperative we realize that women are consumers as well as men," she said.
Crystal award winner for excellence in film Cate Blanchett skipped the line at the women's bathroom and went to the men's. "This is not an act of aggression," she said. "It's an act of desperation."
"Scandal" producers Betsy Beers and Shonda Rhimes at the Crystal + Lucy Awards
Captain Dickson himself, Ice Cube, with Schmidt and Jenko (Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum). “When they pay me to laugh I'm very funny," Cube said. "You know Captain Dickson don't laugh, so ain't no laughing on the set. It's serious business.” For more from the stars at the premiere, click here.
Channing Tatum takes aim with a t-shirt gun at the Westwood premiere of "22 Jump Street."
Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Emmanuelle Chriqui at the W Hotel afterparty for "22 Jump Street"
Channing Tatum with Sony's Amy Pascal and Hannah Minghella at the "22 Jump Street" premiere on June 10
"22 Jump Street" directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller flank NBA star Kevin Durant at the Westwood premiere
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill ventured up a 12-foot tower to shoot t-shirts into the crowd.
Channing Tatum with his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum
Producer Neal Moritz and Sony's Michael Lynton at the "22 Jump Street" premiere
"22 Jump Street" stars Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum with MGM's Gary Barber
Sarah Jessica Parker honored HBO's Michael Lombardo at the amfAR Inspiration Gala. Parker said of Lombardo: "“He proved to be a great example to me of how one could and can conduct business, no matter how complex." For more coverage of the event, click here.
Fergie and Matt Bomer honored Calvin Klein Collection designers Francisco Costa and Italo Zucchelli at the amfAR Inspiratoin Gala.
Zac Posen and Zachary Quinto at the amfAR Inspiration Gala
"Orange Is the New Black's" Laverne Cox and Miss Universe Gabriela Isler at the Plaza Hotel for the amfAR Inspiration Gala
Calvin Klein's Francisco Costa and Fergie pose at the amfAR Inspiration Gala
Host Josh Duhamel and Tyson Beckford at the amfAR Inspiration Gala
Director Tim Story, Kevin Hart and producer Will Packer at the "Think Like a Man Too" party on June 9. Packer teased Hart with this barb: "I have made every Kevin Hart movie that was good." For more on the premiere, click here.
Terrence Jenkins, Taraji P. Henson, Jenifer Lewis and Gabrielle Union at the 1 Oak party for "Think Like a Man Too"
Michael Lomenda, Vincent Piazza, Clint Eastwood, John Lloyd Young and Erich Bergen at the "Jersey Boys" dinner at Angelo Galasso House. On introducing the film, Eastwood said, "It was a great privilege for me to tell this story about New Joisey.” For more on the premiere, click here.
Haylie Duff, Shondrella Avery, Carmen Brandy, Diedrich Bader, Jon Heder, Jared Hess, Sandy Martin, Tina Majorino and Efren Ramirez attend the 10th anniversary party for "Napoleon Dynamite" on the Fox lot.