Alexandra McGuinness, Tuppence Middleton and Ed Whitworth
Lauren Harris and Georgia King
Sally El Hosaini and George Blagden
Tuppence Middleton and Anna Friel
Kelly Osbourne and Matthew Mosshart
Foxes and Gabrielle Aplin
Drinks on the house
“Breaking Bad” celebrates
Michael Douglas and Stephen Colbert
Michelle Maclaren and Vince Gilligan
Not so “Bad” selfie
Aaron Paul and Jonathan Banks
May I have this dance?
20th Century Fox party
Hungry for gold
Sister to sister
“American Horror Story: Asylum”
“Modern Family” fun
Michael Douglas, Richard Plepler and Steven Soderbergh
A Veep and her veep
Lena Dunham and Cheryl Hines
Nathan Fillion and George R.R. Martin
Mick Jagger with Laura Dern
“Game of Thrones” guys
“Breaking Bad” winners
Dohn Norwood, Common and Anson Mount
January Jones and Abigail Spencer
“House of Cards” team
Natasha Lyonne and Taylor Schilling
Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright
Mary Lynn Rajskub and Angela Kinsey
Dana Brunetti and Kevin Spacey
Beau Willimon, Michael Kelly and Michel Gill
As chief managing partner and lead organizer of First Friday -- which started out in 2002 as an art walk but has ballooned into an ambitious, monthly street fair in Downtown that combines arts, crafts, food and four stages worth of live music -- Vanas has given the flagging affair a shot in the arm since he came aboard in October 2011. That first month attendance rose from 4,000-6,000 people to 12,000-14,000, to today's average of 25,000 per event. "We see this as the community's event that they've put nine years of their lives into building and creating and we're stewards of this thing moving forward," says Vanas. "So it really belongs to the city." Vanas is also one of the principal partners in the inaugural Life Is Beautiful Festival (Oct. 26-27), founded by Rehan Choudhry, CEO of Aurelian Marketing Group. Vanas descibes it as a "full-blown music, culinary, arts and learning festival" with such bands as Kings of Leon, Vampire Weekend, Janelle Monae, Dawes and hometown boys the Killers gracing the bill. Not bad for a maiden voyage.
Alexandra McGuinness, on being named one of the 10 Brits to Watch: "Well, I was a little surprised because I'm actually Irish. So, I'm the odd one out. But I think I'm eligible for a British passport!"
Tuppence Middleton: "Finding out that I was one of the 10 Brits to Watch was so flattering. I mean, Variety is such a huge deal, to me and the rest of the industry. It's where I kind of source all my knowledge about what's going on."
Oliver on whether he would fill in for "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart again: “I'll do anything for him. I'll do anything. If he wants me to fill in for him, that's fine. If he wants me to run drugs out of Colombia, I'll do that as well. I will do anything that man asks me to do. Whatever he wants, I'll do it. “
King, on playing American in "The New Normal":
"It was really fun, but I was sort of just hoping and praying and crossing my fingers that people didn't know I was British, and people didn't. It was great, and felt a little bit sneaky, actually."
El Hosaini: “The great thing is, over here, that you're so welcoming to us Brits. It seems like there's tons of us here, so I don't actually feel that homesick when I come over.”
Tuppence Middleton, on working on "Jupiter Ascending" with Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum:
"'Jupiter's Ascending' was a great experience for me. Mila and Channing were so lovely and they were really welcoming. They made it really easy for me coming on as a Brit to kind of feel integrated."
Kelly Osbourne on whether Brits are more fashionable than Americans:
"Without being disrespectful to the country that I live in, yes."
Singers Foxes and Gabrielle Aplin help celebrate British Airways' first Airbus A380 and Variety's 10 Brits to Watch.
Stephen Colbert juggles two Emmys and a drink at the Governors Ball.
Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston celebrate their Emmys at the Governors Ball.
Emmy winners Michael Douglas and Stephen Colbert at the Governors Ball
Kaley Cuoco slips into her dancing shoes at the Governors Ball.
"Breaking Bad" producers Michelle Maclaren and Vince Gilligan at the Governors Ball.
Dean Norris and Betsy Brandt mug for the camera at the Governors Ball.
Aaron Paul and Jonathan Banks at the Governors Ball
"Nurse Jackie's" Merritt Wever heads to the Governors Ball after her surprising win.
"30 Rock" writer Tracey Wigfield at the Governors Ball
Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara dance the night away at the Fox party.
Gary Newman and Dana Walden of 20th Century Fox flank "Homeland" winner Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy.
Jane Lynch takes a bite out of animator Paul Wee's Emmy ("The Simpsons") at the Fox party at Soleto.
Zooey and Emily Deschanel at the Fox party
Sarah Paulson and Zachary Quinto of "American Horror Story: Asylum"
Showrunner Steven Levitan with Julie Bowen and Ed O'Neill of "Modern Family" at the Fox party
Emma Roberts and Evan Peters at the Fox Emmy party
Anna Chlumsky, Tony Hale, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Matt Walsh celebrate two acting kudos at the HBO party.
"The Newsroom" winner Jeff Daniels is flanked by Marcia Gay Harden and Jane Fonda at HBO's after party.
"Behind the Candelabra" winners Michael Douglas and director Steven Soderbergh talk with HBO's Richard Plepler.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale celebrate their wins at the HBO party.
Lena Dunham and Cheryl Hines at the HBO party
Guys with cult followings: Nathan Fillion and "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin
Mick Jagger with Laura Dern at the HBO party
Jason Momoa and Kit Harington at the HBO party
Bryan Cranston and producers Vince Gilligan and Mark Johnson of "Breaking Bad" at AMC/IFC/Sundance Channel's party
"Mad Men" costume designer Janie Bryant
Dohn Norwood, Common and Anson Mount of "Hell on Wheels" at AMC/IFC/Sundance's party
January Jones and Abigail Spencer at the AMC party at BOA.
Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright with Netflix's Ted Sarandos
"Orange Is the New Black's" Natasha Lyonne and Taylor Schilling at the Netflix party
Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright enjoy a laugh at the Netflix party.
Mary Lynn Rajskub and Angela Kinsey queue for candy at the Netflix party.
"House of Cards" producer Dana Brunetti and Kevin Spacey at the Netflix party
Beau Willimon, Michael Kelly and Michel Gill at the Netflix party