“The Walking Dead’s” Melissa McBride and Chandler Riggs
Michael Rooker and James Gunn
John Carney and James Corden
Behati Prinsloo and Adam Levine
Judd Apatow and Mark Ruffalo
Tobin Armbrust, Anthony Bregman and John Carney
Behati Prinsloo and Coco Rocha
“Life Itself” party
Michael Mann, Chaz Ebert and Steve James
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston
Amy Brenneman, Margaret Qualley, Liv Tyler and Carrie Coon
Damon Lindelof and Andrew Rannells
Richard LaGravanese, Marin Ireland and Damon Gupton
Emily Gerson Saines, Nia Long, Tony Goldwyn and Jason Weinberg
Joel McHale, Edgar Martinez and Jerry Bruckheimer
Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn
Scott Derrickson and Eric Bana
Ashley Greene, Zach Braff and Joey King have some fun in the photo booth at the “Wish I Was Here” party on June 23. King had to shave her head onscreen for the film, topped with a pink wig. “Everyone wore wigs for me that day,” she said. “The whole cast and crew wore wigs. That was one of the coolest moments ever.” For more from the premiere, click here.
“Scrubs” pals Donald Faison and Zach Braff reunited at the “Wish I Was Here” premiere on June 23 at the DGA.
Gary Oldman and Matt Reeves compare bow ties at the “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” premiere at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco on June 26.
Jason Clarke and Andy Serkis monkey around with Keri Russell at the “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” premiere.
Producers Dylan Clark, Peter Chernin and Fox’s Jim Gianopulos with “Apes” star Andy Serkis
“The Walking Dead” actors “The Walking Dead’s” Melissa McBride and Chandler Riggs each picked up kudos at the Saturn Awards on June 26.
“Guardians of the Galaxy’s” Michael Rooker and James Gunn posed for a portrait at the Saturn Awards.
Dan Curtis Legacy Award honoree Bryan Fuller with Boba Fett at the Saturn Awards
John Carney and James Corden at the “Begin Again” afterparty at the Bowery Hotel. The red carpet unfolded inside a makeshift tent that grew increasingly greenhouse-like as temperatures rose and camera crews huddled to capture the film’s cast in their finery. Asked if it was the hottest red carpet he’d ever been on, Corden quipped, “Yes, for all the wrong reasons. My forehead at some point is going to explode.” For more from the premiere, click here.
“Begin Again’s” Adam Levine escorts his fiance Behati Prinsloo on the red carpet.
Judd Apatow and Mark Ruffalo chat at the “Begin Again” party.
Producers Tobin Armbrust and Anthony Bregman have a laugh with director John Carney at the “Begin Again” party.
Models Behati Prinsloo and Coco Rocha goof off at the “Begin Again” party at the Bowery Hotel on June 25.
Chaz Ebert, center, with daughter Sonia Evans and Kate Siskel, daughter of the late Gene Siskel, at the “Life Itself” party in New York on June 23. Although Roger Ebert wasn’t able to see the completed film, his widow Chaz felt he would have approved. “Usually one thumb was reserved for him and one thumb was reserved for Gene Siskel or another critic,” she said. “I think Roger would have given it two thumbs up all by himself.” For more from the premiere, click here.
Danny Strong gives a thumbs up for “Life Itself” at the New York premiere at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Michael Mann, Chaz Ebert and Steve James at the L.A. afterparty of “Life Itself” at the Warwick on June 26.
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston pose on the red carpet at “The Leftovers” premiere on June 23.
Amy Brenneman, Margaret Qualley, Liv Tyler and Carrie Coon at “The Leftovers” premiere at the NYU Skirball Center on June 23.
EP Damon Lindelof and Andrew Rannells at HBO’s “The Leftovers” party at TAO.
Writer Richard LaGravanese with lead actors Marin Ireland and Damon Gupton at WE tv’s “The Divide” party. For LaGravenese, it’s a show about “the ambiguity of human nature. I wanted to write about this so-called ‘post-racial’ society we’re supposed to be living in. Everybody has their reasons, and every character has an internal ‘divide’ they’re crossing to achieve their personal definition of justice, in a system that’s broken.” For more from the party, click here.
Emily Gerson Saines, Nia Long and Jason Weinberg flank series co-creator Tony Goldwyn at the premiere of WE tv’s “The Divide.”
Joel McHale and Edgar Ramirez with producer Jerry Bruckheimer at the “Deliver Us From Evil” party at the Skylark on June 24. Joel McHale said that he did his own stunts to play the cop that fights evil spirits. “I bashed up my arm really bad,” he said. “I tumbled down a flight of stairs. At the end of every evening, I was beat up, and I loved it.” For more from the premiere, click here.
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn made their red carpet debut as a couple at the “Deliver Us From Evil” premiere.
Director Scott Derrickson and Eric Bana at the “Deliver Us From Evil” premiere
Guest star Jason Priestley helped guests with art projects at the premiere of Amazon Studios’ “Creative Galaxy” in New York.