Sharon Stone joins An Evening with Women

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Credit: Ginger Liu. Ginger Media & Entertainment

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Last night Sharon Stone attended “An Evening with Women: Celebrating Art, Music & Equality.”

The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center presented a star-studded event and cocktail reception to benefit the Center’s Women services. The night honored lesbians and bisexual women who have made a contribution to the LGBT community.

The event was held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel and other guests included, Paris Hilton, Sarah Silverman, Cybill Shepherd, Eliza Dushku, Rose McGowan, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, Jennifer Coolidge, Jane Lynch.

Photographs by Ginger Liu

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Sharon Stone and Kelly and Sharon Osbourne attend An Evening with Women

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Last night Paris Hilton attended “An Evening with Women: Celebrating Art, Music & Equality.” 

The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center presented a star-studded event and cocktail reception to benefit the Center’s Women services. The night honored lesbians and bisexual women who have made a contribution to the LGBT community.

The event was held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel and other guests included, Sharon Stone, Sarah Silverman, Cybill Shepherd, Eliza Dushku, Rose McGowan, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, Jennifer Coolidge, Jane Lynch.

 

Photographs by Ginger Liu

Paris Hilton attends An Evening with Women

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Inside Hollywood Examiner

Last night Paris Hilton attended “An Evening with Women: Celebrating Art, Music & Equality.” 

The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center presented a star-studded event and cocktail reception to benefit the Center’s Women services. The night honored lesbians and bisexual women who have made a contribution to the LGBT community.

The event was held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel and other guests included, Sharon Stone, Sarah Silverman, Cybill Shepherd, Eliza Dushku, Rose McGowan, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, Jennifer Coolidge, Jane Lynch.

 

Photographs by Ginger Liu

Sharon Stone attends An Evening with Women

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Inside Hollywood Examiner

Last night Sharon Stone attended “An Evening with Women: Celebrating Art, Music & Equality.” 

The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center presented a star-studded event and cocktail reception to benefit the Center’s Women services. The night honored lesbians and bisexual women who have made a contribution to the LGBT community.

The event was held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel and other guests included, Paris Hilton, Sarah Silverman, Cybill Shepherd, Eliza Dushku, Rose McGowan, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, Jennifer Coolidge, Jane Lynch.

 

Photographs by Ginger Liu

DVD: The Wrestler and The Reader

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 This weeks DVD releases:

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Adapted from Will Eisner’s classic graphic novels, “The Spirit” follows Denny Colt (Gabriel Macht) as a street-hardened hero who returns from the grave and wears the mask of The Spirit. The visuals and cast of femme-fatals is impressive. But not even Scarlett Johansson, Eva Mendes, and Sarah Paulson can save this slow tempo movie.

 

Kate Winslet won a well-deserved Oscar for her role as a Nazi war criminal in “The Reader.” The story

unfolds the lives of a generation coming to terms with the crimes of another.

 

Mickey Rourke’s famed “come-back” movie “The Wrestler” tells the story of Randy “The Ram” Robinson, a

washed-up professional wrestler who is tempted in the ring once more despite the risk to his life.

 

 

 


 

17 Again heads this weekends new releases

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New Releases:

Opening this Friday and expecting to give Hannah Montana a dent in market share is

“17 Again” staring Zac Efron. A down on luck middle-aged man is transformed back to the age of 17 and given a second chance to follow his dreams as a school basketball star. What he doesn’t count on is his middle-aged look on life and that the wrong choices he made in life may have been right.

Jason Statham reprises his lovable hit man role in “Crank High Voltage.” Chev Chelios (Statham) is kidnapped by a Chinese mobster. When he wakes up three months later he discovers a battery-operated ticker that requires regular jolts of electricity has replaced his heart. Mexican gangsters and Chinese Triads chase Chev across Los Angeles while he desperately tries to reconnect (no pun intended) with his girlfriend Eva.

British mini-series “State of Play” gets the Hollywood treatment in Kevin Macdonald’s stateside version starring Russell Crowe, Ben Affleck, and Rachel McAdams. Affleck plays an honorable U.S. Congressman with a promising future until his assistant/mistress is murdered. Crowe plays a ruthless D.C. reporter who is also a long time friend of the Congressman. He and his partner (McAdams) try to uncover the killer’s identity and end up uncovering more than they bargained for.

Expect a lot of tears and joy in “Every Little Step.” Adam Del Deo and James D. Stern’s documentary of the Broadway revival of “A Chorus Line” features behind the scenes interviews and footage of the audition process.

Obama and Clinton to hit Hollywood big screen

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HBO Films has optioned Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s not-yet-finished book, “Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime,” about the behind the scenes look at the 2008 presidential election. It’s early days yet as to who will play the lead roles.