Coachella music festival
Oscar winners came out to pay homage to one of their own as Morgan Freeman was honored with the prestigious Chaplin Award at the 43rd annual gala. Helen Mirren looked radiant in a pink floral print dress while Robert De Niro stepped out with wife Grace Hightower. The four-time Oscar nominee kept it cool by sporting shades as he faced the press.
Liev Schreiber, Katie Holmes and the rest of the cast of the crime drama ‘Ray Donovan’ came out for a special screening & panel discussion for the hit Showtime series.
All-American Tom Hanks was in London for the debut of his new film, ‘A Hologram For The King’.
0:40: Tom Hanks: I play a…place. :0:57
The cast of ‘Captain America: Civil War’ sat down to talk with the press as Chris Evans revealed if their were any on-set tensions.
0:13: Chris Evans: I can’t imagine…yourself. :0:40
‘Guns N Roses’ front man Axl Rose, broken foot & all, wheeled himself through LAX and the normally press shy star opened up about the recent reunion shows at the Coachella music festival.
0:38: Axl Rose: The shows went…fun. :0:47
That’s all for now. We’ll be back tomorrow with more celebrity news and sightings.
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