Denitria Harris Lawrence, J. David Shanks, and Jeff Stetson
Terence Howard, Dana Walden, Milo Ventimiglia, and Gary Newman
Kaitlin Olson and Jordana Brewster
Dave Chapelle hosted an exclusive live stand-up show, presented by Netflix & Live Nation, celebrating his return and new specials at The h.wood Group’s and Interscope Records’ Peppermint Club in West Hollywood on Monday.
The comedian watched in amazement as bandleader Frederic Yonnet performed a solo on the harmonica. The star-studded audience included Kanye West, Kendall Jenner, Tyler the Creator, Wiz Khalifa and many more.
The cast of “Power Rangers” — Dacre Montgomery, Elizabeth Banks, Becky G, RJ Cyler, Naomi Scott, Ludi Lin, and Bill Hader — at the premiere of the superhero film Wednesday at the Village Theatre in Westwood.
The cast was joined by producer Marty Bowen, director David Israelite, actress Fiona Fu (Zak’s mom) and producer Brian Casentini, with the photobomb courtesy of Haim Saban.
Haim Saban poses with his wife Cheryl. Earlier in the day, the producer/executive was awarded a star on the Walk of Fame.
Becky G kept with her character’s color theme and wore a gorgeous yellow gown.
Elizabeth Banks struck a fierce pose on the red carpet. The actress portrays the evil Rita Replusa in the film.
Bill Hader shares a selfie with a fan.
Director Dean Israelite and Blue Ranger RJ Cyler joked around on the red carpet.
Writer John Gatins and Steve Beeks, co-president, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group, were all smiles at the colorful carpet, which featured life-sized Power Rangers.
Ludi Lin, the new Black Ranger, threw up a peace sign at his fans.
Lionsgate co-president, Motion Picture Group Erik Feig and CEO Jon Feltheimer have high hopes for the film, a revival of the popular ’90s TV series.
Amy Jo Johnson, the original Pink Ranger, brought her goddaughter to the movie.
Former teen heartthrob Austin St. John played the very first Red Ranger.
Walter Jones, the original Black Ranger, brought his adorable kids to the premiere.
Forget Rita Repulsa! Christina Milian was the bewitching vamp at the film’s after party.
The leading ladies — Becky G, Elizabeth Banks, and Naomi Scott — were all smiles at the celebration.
Chelsea Clinton spoke at the Gay Men Health Crisis (GMHC) 35th Anniversary Spring Gala in New York City Thursday night. Her father, President Bill Clinton, was honored by the organization. The Clinton Foundation has been battling the HIV/AIDS epidemic since 2002.
Other honorees included longtime HIV/AIDS activist Peter Staley (left) and his brother, Barclays CEO Jes Staley (right). They were joined on the red carpet by GMHC CEO Kelsey Louie.
Broadway Michael Cerveris, Beth Malone, and Billy Porter performed during the gala. Proceeds from the event went to the charity.
Actress Marlo Thomas and former talk show host Phil Donahue lent some star power to the annual event.
Two NYC legends — gossip columnist Liz Smith and author/GMHC founder Larry Kramer — were also on hand at the event.
Warner Bros. marketing exec Sue Kroll was honored with the Venice Family Clinic’s Humanitarian Award at the organization’s annual Silver Circle Gala in Beverly Hills on Sunday. Actor Ed Helms was one of many to salute Kroll.
Dr. Jimmy Hara was honored with the Irma Colen Leadership Award for his four decades of service and leadership to the Clinic.
“Suicide Squad’s” Jared Leto presented Kroll with the award. Kroll described the doctors, nurses, and volunteers as “superheroes.”
Venice Family Clinic CEO Liz Forer talked about the success of Obamacare and while the Affordable Care Act should not be repealed.
The X Ambassadors provided musical entertainment for the charity event and even debuted a new song.
Ian McShane and Michael Green spoke on a panel at the WGFestival over the weekend.
Denitria Harris Lawrence, J. David Shanks, and Jeff Stetson laughing onstage during a panel at WGFestival.
Terence Howard, Dana Walden (Chairman and CEO Fox Television Group), Milo Ventimiglia, and Gary Newman (Chairman and CEO Fox Television Group) at a charity event on the Fox lot benefiting The Giving Spirit on Friday.
Kaitlin Olson and Jordana Brewster working at the Fox charity event.