Party Report: Amy Poehler and Sarah Silverman Honor Mel Brooks in Hollywood
Everyone loves comedy legend Mel Brooks! Amy Poehler and Sarah Silverman, along with Billy Crystal, Julie Chen, and Martin Scorsese, were among those who honored the comedian at The American Film Institute's 41st Life Achievement Award Tribute. The honor is the highest recognition the AFI gives out for a career in film. Though, Brooks is no stranger to receiving awards. The man behind Blazing Saddles, The Producers, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, and more has earned the coveted EGOT status, having won an Emmy, Golden Globe, Oscar, and Tony. Read more about his achievements at afi.com, and tune in to watch the program (with Poehler and Silverman cameos) this Saturday on TNT.
Amy Poehler and Sarah Silverman
Anna Kendrick and Chace Crawford
Christian Siriano and Anna Chlumsky
Jamie Chung and Louise Roe
Alan Cumming and Parker Posey
Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan
Charlotte Ronson and Abby Elliott
Milla Jovovich and Giorgio Armani
Kerry Washington and Octavia Spencer
Ali Larter and Hayes MacArthur
Emma Watson and Sofia Coppola
Sienna Miller and Naomi Watts
Rebel Wilson and Samantha Barks
Brooklyn Beckham and Victoria Beckham
Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and Pharrell Williams
William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum
Emma Watson and Seth Rogen
Emma Watson (in Roland Mouret) reunited with This Is The End co-star, creator, and director Seth Rogen at the premiere their film, held at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles. Watson, Rogen, and the rest of the cast members all play themselves in this faux-reality comedy, which follows six friends who are trapped at James Franco’s house after strange apocalyptic events occur while they're attending his party. The film opens June 12.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
After making her first public appearance since announcing her double mastectomy at the London premiere of Brad Pitt's film World War Z, Angelina Jolie (in Saint Laurent) stepped out again to accompany him to the movie's Paris premiere.