Norman Lear, Mel Brooks, Alan Bergman, Dick Van Dyke, Aimee Hyatt and George Shapiro
Norman Lear, Mel Brooks, Alan Bergman, Dick Van Dyke, Aimee Hyatt, and George Shapiro were all smiles at the “If You’re Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast” after-party.
Henry Winkler and Mel Brooks
Henry Winkler and Mel Brooks celebrated at the “If You’re Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast” after-party.
Dick Van Dyke and Jim Carrey
Dick Van Dyke and Jim Carrey catch up at the film’s after-party on Wednesday night.
Larry David and Joyce Lapinsky
“Seinfeld” creator Larry David and Joyce Lapinsky stop for a photo at the after-party.
George Shapiro and Carl Reiner
George Shapiro and Carl Reiner at the “If You’re Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast” after-party.
Mel Brooks and Jim Carrey
Mel Brooks and Jim Carrey smile for the cameras at the after-party.
Brett Weitz, Samantha Bee, and David Wolkis
Brett Weitz, Samantha Bee, and David Wolkis before the “Full Frontal” Emmy FYC panel.
Samantha Bee on the “Full Frontal” FYC panel on Tuesday night.
Kyle Dixon performed at the ASCAP Screen Music Awards on Tuesday night.
Rachel Perkins speaking at the ASCAP Screen Music Awards on Tuesday.
Ben Wallfisch also performed at the show.
“Captain America: Civil War” composer Henry Jackman speaking at the Tuesday evening show.
On Wednesday, Zelda Williams — the daughter of Robin Williams — hosted philosophy Hope & Grace luncheon at Fig & Olive in West Hollywood. This year, philosophy focused on their new campaign #HowAreYouReally alongside Williams for an afternoon of honest and supportive conversation to bring light and reduce stigma that still surrounds mental illness today.
Rumer Willis and Zelda Williams
Rumer Willis was on hand to lend her support to her friend and the cause. The event coincided with National Mental Health Awareness Month.
Katrina Bowden was just one of several stars in attendance (Michelle Tracthenberg, Becca Tobin and Morgan Stewart were all there). Philosophy’s#HowAreYouTeally PSA can be viewed here.
Captain Jack Sparrow himself, Johnny Depp, arriving at the “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” premiere in LA on Thursday night.
Orlando Bloom spending some time with fans at the “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” premiere.
Bob Iger and Johnny Depp
Disney CEO Bob Iger and Johnny Depp stop for a photo at the “Pirates” premiere.
Johnny Depp also took some time for fan selfies at the premiere.
Snoop Dogg smoking onstage at the ASCAP Pop Awards on Thursday.
Adam Lambert speaking at the Pop Music Awards.
LeAnn Rimes was one of the performers at the the ASCAP Pop Awards Thursday night.
Dana Walden, Lachlan Murdoch, and Stacey Snider
Twentieth Century Fox Television Chairman and CEO Dana Walden, Executive Chairman 21st Century Fox Lachlan Murdoch and Twentieth Century Fox Film Chairman and CEO Stacey Snider at the Women@Fox launch. The group will focus on on fostering female leadership and initiatives.
Robert and Bindi Irwin
Robert and Bindi Irwin arriving at the Steve Irwin Gala Dinner in LA at the SLS Hotel.
Bindi and Robert, with mom Terri in the middle, speaking during the Steve Irwin Gala dinner.
Josh Henderson, Jean Watts, and Christina Milian
Josh Henderson, recording artist Jean Watts, and Christina Milian posed together at Karma International’s 9th Annual “Karma Masquerade” at Liaison Lounge in Hollywood, Calif.
Shervin Roohparvar and Mercedes Javi
“Shah’s of Sunset” stars Shervin Roohparvar and Mercedes MJ Javi at the invitation-only event. Drinks were provided my Monster Energy and Ghost Water.
On Saturday, the MPTF (Motion Picture & Television Fund) rededicated its Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills with the additions of The Susan and Gary Martin Screening Room and the Michael V. Lewis Plaza. MPTF CEO Bob Beitcher welcomed guests, saying, “We are incredibly fortunate to bring thoether these philanthropic-minded industry legends to revitalize the space.” Film screenings and community events are regularly held on the campus.
Susan and Gary Martin
The Martins were on hand for the dedication. Gary has served on the MPTF Board of Trustees and was a president of production administration at Sony Pictures for 32 years.
A look inside the Sussan and Gary Martin Screening Room, updated thanks to generous donations from the Martins.