Modern Family's Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell, the Deschanel Sisters and the Breaking Bad Cast Celebrate the 2013 Emmy Awards
It was a night where Modern Family mingled with the family of Breaking Bad, where the New Girl hung out with Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan from Bones and when the Vice President Selina Meyer from Veep came together with Deputy Director Leslie Knope from Parks and Recreations. From the Fox and FX's Emmy nominee celebration, HBO's Emmy after-party to the Governor's Ball, television's best celebrated the surprising, yet deserving wins from the 2013 Emmy Awards. Of the big winners, Modern Family took home one of the top Emmy prizes for best comedy series for the fourth consecutive year in a row. "I genuinely didn't expect this one," Ty Burrell told InStyle.com during the HBO's Emmy after-party in LA. "It's one of those things that I think is a testament to the writing of the show. It's been really fun." His co-star and on-screen wife Julie Bowen added, "We're very, very, very lucky." It was also a big night for the cast of Breaking Bad who ended the night with their first Emmy win for Outstanding Drama Series as well as an Emmy for Anna Gunn who won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a drama as Skyler White. "It’s been the most remarkable ride to be on this show and I couldn’t be more thrilled," Gunn told InStyle during the 65th Emmys at the Nokia Theatre. "I’m overwhelmed and extremely happy." Click the photo to see post-Emmy parties you may have missed, plus more celebrity-filled events from the weekend!
—Scott Huver and Carita Rizzo
Mariska Hargitay and Hilary Swank
Jessica Alba and Adam Scott
Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen
Paula Patton and Robin Thicke
Candace Cameron Bure, John Stamos and Bob Saget
Kate Hudson and Donna Karan
Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Baldwin
Hailee Steinfeld and Douglas Booth
celebrated the premiere of their new film 'Romeo & Juliet' at ArcLight Hollywood in Los Angeles. Steinfeld (in Prabal Gurung) and Booth play the famous star-crossed lovers who, despite the feud between their families, share a forbidden love that ultimately leads them to tragic ends. The film opens in theaters nationwide October 11.
came out to support her friend Hailee Steinfeld at the 'Romeo and Juliet' premiere in Los Angeles in a Reem Acra frock.
Odette Annable and Jessica Szohr
Samantha Barks and Dominic Cooper
Sean Penn and Madonna
Nikki Reed and Emma Roberts
Prabal Gurung and Diane Kruger
Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal
shared a laugh during the 'Meet the Filmmaker' discussion about their latest film 'Prisoners' at the Apple store in central London. The kidnapping thriller opened with a $21.4 million box office debut on September 20th.
Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell
Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston
were all smiles as they celebrated the big win for their hit drama series 'Breaking Bad' at the Governors Ball in Los Angeles. "I really wanted to enjoy the day with my 'Breaking Bad' family," Gunn told InStyle.com on the red carpet about her first thought that morning. "I have had the best time with them, and it's another time for us to get together and celebrate. I miss them tremendously and any chance I get to get together, party, and celebrate with them is wonderful."