Paul Bettany and Marilyn Manson get affectionate at the "Transcendence" party in Westwood.
Wally Pfister and Johnny Depp at the “Transcendence” after-party.
Kim Gordon, Joan Jett, St. Vincent and Lorde backstage at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. The ladies performed with Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear to honor Nirvana. See Variety’s coverage of the ceremony here.
Courtney Love and Nirvana’s Pat Smear are all smiles at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony. Smear was in the band for six months before Kurt Cobain’s passing.
Carrie Underwood, Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow and Stevie Nicks performed in honor of Linda Ronstadt (who did not attend) at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony.
Gene Simmons, Peter Criss, Tom Morello, Ace Frehley and Paul Stanley backstage at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Jamie Foxx danced for fans at the Leicester Square world premiere of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” He and Andrew Garfield also danced together on the red carpet. “Spider-Man has rhythm, don’t sleep,” Foxx said.
Danai Gurira with cover girl Lupita Nyong’o at Soho House for Marie Claire’s Fresh Faces party on April 8. In true Michonne fashion, “The Walking Dead” star didn’t bother with the long valet line that backed up Sunset Boulevard, and got dropped off and walked through the parking lot.
Elle Fanning, Lupita Nyong’o and Kate Mara strike a pose at the Marie Claire party on April 8.
Lyndsy Fonseca and Katheryn Winnick at the Marie Claire party on April 8
Alison Sudol and Jaimie Alexander celebrate Marie Claire’s May cover girls at Soho House on April 8.
Paz Vega with Marie Claire’s creative director Nina Garcia at the magazine’s party on April 8
The cast of “Gang Related,” Ramon Rodriguez, Jay Hernandez, RZA and Sung Kang, celebrated at the Soho House on April 8.
Sung Kang, Inbar Lavi and Shantel VanSanten at a reception for Fox’s “Gang Related” on April 8. Lavi also brought out a tiny cake with candle and led the singing of “Happy birthday” to Kang.
Kevin Costner and Ellen Burstyn catch up at the “Draft Day” after-party in Westwood. Costner plays the g.m. of the Cleveland Browns in the film and didn’t need to study too much to take on the role. “Yes, I do know that much about football,” he said. See Variety’s coverage of the party here.
Jennifer Garner with “Draft Day” director Ivan Reitman at the after-party
Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner and Lionsgate’s Jon Feltheimer celebrate “Draft Day” on April 7.
Frank Langella and Chadwick Boseman on the red carpet at the “Draft Day” premiere in Westwood on April 7.
Outgoing Disney/ABC prexy Anne Sweeney is flanked by her successor Ben Sherwood and Jesse Tyler Ferguson at the Alliance for Children’s Rights dinner at the Beverly Hilton. See Variety’s coverage of the dinner here.
“White Collar” co-stars Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay get in the spirit at the Alliance for Children’s Rights dinner.
Selena Gomez and Jake T. Austin have a “Wizards of Waverly Place” reunion at the Alliance for Children’s Rights dinner on April 7.
Betsy Brandt and Malin Akerman at the Alliance for Children’s Rights dinner on April 7
Selena Gomez with Willie Garson and his son Nathen at the Alliance for Children’s Rights fundraiser on April 7. The elder Garson was honored with a community service award, and shared their adoption story with the crowd. See Variety’s coverage of the dinner here.
Jimmy Kimmel and Tom Bergeron took shots at their boss Anne Sweeney at the Alliance for Children’s Rights dinner at the Beverly Hilton. “Anne looked around her and realized that Hollywood was running dangerously low on directors, so she decided to do something about it,” Kimmel quipped. “And she said she’s willing to start at the bottom to learn the ropes, so if anyone here has a Bar Mitzvah or a birthday party, the soon-to-be former president of ABC is available.”
Tracy Letts and Michael C. Hall celebrate opening night of their Broadway play “The Realistic Joneses.” Hall made his return to the Gotham stage for the first time since “Dexter” started airing. “It’s nice to do something from the beginning to the end and be done with it every night,” he said of the play. “And to do the same material, but on a different day in front of a different group of people, it becomes almost a meditation.” See Variety’s coverage of the party here.
Michael Stipe and Toni Collette at the opening night party for Broadway’s “The Realistic Joneses” on April 6.
Anke Schaeferkordt and Guillaume de Posch, the co-CEOs of Europe’s largest broadcast network, RTL Group, received Variety’s Achievement in International Television Award at an exclusive ceremony at MipTV in Cannes on April 8. See Variety’s coverage of the party here.