Movie 43 is an upcoming film starring Kate Winslet, Jeremy Allen White, Halle Berry, Hugh Jackman, Emma Stone, Gerard Butler, and more. Naturally, with a star studded cast like this, one expects a busy and eventful movie premiere.
Or so Sean William Scott thought. Watch Scott talk to a journalist on the red carpet who tells him that he’s the biggest star to show up. Sorry Scott, Halle Berry is nowhere to be seen.
Scott comes off as very genuine and confused as too why all the stars didn’t come out for the movie premiere. At least now, he’s the biggest deal on the carpet and will get the most attention. It’s the small miracles that count, right?
Hot off his split from wife Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher steps out on the red carpet with a nice suit, a smile and a hot, younger co-star.
While many rumour are swirling of Demi allegedly already moving on with another man, Ashton’s not afraid to be seem flirting with “New Year’s Eve” costar Lea Michele.
The “Glee” actress was rocking a very low cut metallic dress and a whole lot of double sided tape. Is it just me or does she look like Demi Moore but only 30 years younger? I’m just thankful that Ashton finally got rid of that half-assed beard.
Do the two stars, who played each others love interests in the film, look like they’re more than friends at the premiere? Are they pulling a Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson and only pretending to go out so they can promote the movie? Check out all the photos from the saucy red carpet at Oh No They Didn’t.
Who says that really good movies can’t be Canadian? Not Jay Baruchel, who not only is Canadian, but has been cast in a number of Hollywood movies (Knocked Up, Tropic Thunder, Just Buried to name a few). With a great Canadian cast lead by Baruchel, The Trotsky is both dramatic and comedic. We were on the red carpet premiere to find out more.