Milo Ventimiglia, Jane Krakowski, America Ferrera and Ben Feldman
Jennifer Lopez and Derek Hough
Tom Hiddleston and Brie Larson
Samuel L. Jackson
Harvey Weinstein, Jay Z, and Gayle King
Harvey Weinstein and Jay Z
Zosia Mamet and Kristen Stewart
Cold War Kids
Helene Yorke and Bobby Flay
Dita Von Teese
One Cool Pictures Team
Fish Liew, Jennifer Yu, and One Cool Pictures
Jacqueline Liu and One Cool Production Team
Common performed at the Help Group’s Teddy Bear Ball on Monday night.
The Temptations’ Louis Price also sang at the 19th annual ball.
“This Is Us'” Milo Ventimiglia, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s” Jane Krakowski, and “Superstore’s” America Ferrera and Ben Feldman at an NBC Luncheon on Monday.
“World of Dance’s” Jennifer Lopez and Derek Hough stop for a photo at the NBC Luncheon.
Chloe Sevigny stunned at the Metrograph First Year Anniversary party on Wednesday.
Bobby also attended the anniversary celebration.
Cannavale’s “Boardwalk Empire” costar Steve Buscemi walked the carpet before the party.
“Kong: Skull Island” stars Tom Hiddleston and Brie Larson stopped for a photo together at the premiere on Wednesday. “The thing that I love about my job is that it puts me in positions every day where I have to grow as a woman, moments where I have to speak up for myself. For a film like ‘Kong,’ I have to push myself to the limit every day,” Larson said on International Women’s Day.
Samuel L. Jackson spent some time with fans while on the carpet. After he drew controversy for criticizing the casting of black British actors in American films on Monday, Jackson clarified his thoughts on the matter. He denied having implied that black British actors are stealing African-Americans’ roles, while also pointing out that opportunities for African-American actors to work in the U.K. are far fewer than the other way around.
Hiddleston found Kong in the crowd at the premiere.
“Straight Outta Compton” star Jason Mitchell plays helicopter pilot Mills in the monster movie.
Harvey Weinstein, Jay Z, and Gayle King spoke at a town hall on Wednesday about Spike’s new docuseries “Time: The Kalief Browder Story.”
The docuseries’ executive producers were all smiles at their panel.
Kristen Stewart rocked a new hairstyle at the “Personal Shopper” premiere.
Zosia Mamet and Kristen Stewart were all smiles at the film’s premiere.
Sally Field at “The Glass Menagerie” opening night party.
Finn Wittrock suited up for “The Glass Menagerie” opening night party.
The Cold War Kids performed at the Hermes DWNTWNMEN fashion show on Thursday.
Desiigner attended the Hermes DWNTWNMEN fashion show.
Helene Yorke and Bobby Flay at the Hermes DWNTWNMEN fashion show after party.
Dita Von Teese arriving at the Hermes DWNTWNMEN fashion show.
Kicking off on the eve of FilMart, Hong Kong production, distribution and sales company One Cool Pictures made an early pitch for the smartest party of the week.
Fish Liew, “Sisterhood’s” Jennifer Yu, and the One Cool Pictures team at the Hong Kong event over the weekend.
Jacqueline Liu and One Cool Production team gathered for a photo at the event.
Phil Breeman, NBC VP of current programming, “Timeless” exec producers Marney Hochman and Shawn Ryan, actress Abigail Spencer, actor Malcolm Barrett, “Timeless” exec producer Eric Kripke, actor Matt Lanter, and Jordan Feiner, Sony Picture Television SVP of scripted programming. NBC’s “Timeless” was featured at the Smithsonian and NEH’s History Film Forum screening and panel, titled “TIMELESS: (Re)Creating American History” on Thursday in Washington, DC.
The cast and creators of “Timeless” on a panel at the Smithsonian following a screening.
Stars Malcolm Barrett, Matt Lanter, and Abigail Spencer were all smiles at the panel.