Ten years ago this week, Steve Carell starred in a little movie about a guy trying to find a way to lose something. And for this we are thankful. Let’s turn the “Way Back Wednesday” machine to Aug. 19, 2005.
It’s Hollywood’s biggest night, so the Oscars obviously call for a cocktail or four – just ask Leslie Mann!
“We’ll be drinking a lot and then eating a lot and drinking more,” Mann quipped to E!’s Will Marfuggi ahead of the Vanity Fair Oscars party. “It’s a three-hour event, right? Just until other people come, then it’s like seven more hours ”
One man versus three women: That’s the box-office showdown this weekend, which pits Tom Hardy’s man-in-a-car solo showcase Locke against the jilted-gals comedy The Other Woman, starring Cameron Diaz, Kate Upton and Leslie Mann.
So what’s worth catching – and what are you better off skipping? PEOPLE’s movie critic weighs in on the week’s notable releases.
Sure, the presidential election season may be long over, but the spirit of democracy is still in full-swing in Hollywood, where some familiar faces are campaigning for the industry version of a spot in the White House: a gold Oscar statuette.
Jennifer Lawrence kept a mellow profile during a recent outing at the Los Angeles home of producer Jennifer Klein, but she seemed to enjoy herself during the relaxing experience.
Stopping by the 14th Annual Day of Indulgence event, a “low-key” Lawrence “didn’t mingle with too many of the guests,” an onlooker tells PEOPLE. “She was really spending her time shopping at the pop-up stores in the hostess’s backyard.”