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The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards

Jessica Pare - The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre - Arrivals at Primetime Emmy Awards, Emmy Awards - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 25th August 2014

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AMC Celebrates The Season 7 Premiere Of "Mad Men"

Jessica Pare - AMC Celebrates The Season 7 Premiere Of "Mad Men" At ArcLight Cinemas at ArcLight Cinemas - Hollywood, California, United States - Wednesday 2nd April 2014

65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

Jessica Pare - 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live, Primetime Emmy Awards, Emmy Awards - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd September 2013

Audi And Altuzarra Kick Off Emmy Week 2013

Jessica Pare - Audi And Altuzarra Kick Off Emmy Week 2013 Held at Ceconni's at Ceconni's - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 16th September 2013

New York Premiere of "THIS IS US"

Jessica Pare - 2013 Style Awards - red carpet arrivals at Lincoln Center - Manhattan, New York, United States - Thursday 5th September 2013

Mad Men Season 7 Premiere - Alison Brie, Jessica Pare, Christina Hendricks [Pictures]


Jon Hamm Elisabeth Moss Vincent Kartheiser January Jones Christina Hendricks Jessica Pare John Slattery Alison Brie Teyonah Parris

The season 7 premiere of Mad Men was attended by the whole cast as they celebrated the final series of the long running drama.

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Jon Hamm at the season 7 premiere of Mad Men.

The period drama which focusses on a New York advertising agency and executive Don Draper (Jon Hamm) has aired since 2007 but the network behind the hit show, AMC, announced last year the seventh series would be the last. 

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Video - Claire Danes, Connie Britton And Amy Poehler At The 2013 White House Correspondents' Dinner - Part 3


There was a huge diversity of movie stars arriving at the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton including 'Nashville' star Connie Britton, 'Homeland' star with her husband Hugh Dancy and 'Parks and Recreation' actress Amy Poehler.

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Fashion, Be Damned: January Jones Muddles Image, Media Recoils In Horror


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Oh January Jones, how you hath incurred the wrath of the shallow media world today. January and her Mad Men co-stars arrived at the Paley Centre for Media’s screening of the new Mad men show on Tuesday wearing a denim jacket, leather trousers and a white, sheer, lacy blouse. 

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Look away now if you are fashion-sensitive: january Jones dares to meddle with material combinations

What were you thinking, January Jones!? Yes, it’s 2013. Yes, we are a more open-minded breed of people than those portrayed in the retro drama series in which you star. No, there aren’t ACTUALLY any rules about these things. But oh, how you have angered the media with your “confused” look, your carefree mixing of materials, your devil-may-care approach to making sure that you fit in with your co-stars. Frankly, we’re struggling to see the problem with January Jones’ outfit. In fact, we’d happily scour the high street shelves for hours in a vain attempt to copy the look. 

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Hot Tub Time Machine Trailer


When Adam and Nick discover their friend Lou almost killed himself (by accident, though they're not convinced) they decide to take him and Adam's nephew away for a break. Where better to take their old mate than Kodiak Valley Ski Resort a place where all three men have fond memories of their past.

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Stardom Review


Grim
Nothing could better use a solid send-up than the beyond egomaniacal fashion model "industry," a self-obsessed, navel-gazing enterprise of nonsensical characters if ever there has been one. French Canadian director Denys Arcand (best known for Jesus of Montreal) has created some biting social commentaries in the past, but Stardom is far from a masterpiece.

Stardom tells the story of an unknown female hockey player named Tina (Jessica Paré) who finds celebrity in the modeling biz when a happenstance candid photo of her on the ice becomes all the rage. Soon enough she's an up-and-comer in Montreal, jetting off to Europe for photo shoots and parties, and indulging in the usual trappings of the supermodel race.

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Lost and Delirious Review


Weak
When you're an impressionable young gal in prep school, and your roomies figure they'll get it on, well, what are you supposed to do?

Ah, the perils of going to an all-girls school, where lesbianism seems to run rampant. Alas, for poor Mouse (Mischa Barton, who absolutely embodies her character name here, the job of secret-keeper is heavy to bear. It's made all the worse when the roommates split up after Tory (Jessica Paré) decides she can't do the lesbian thing any more after her kid sister walks in on them -- and Paulie (a very young Piper Perabo, Coyote Ugly) will go to any lengths to get her back. Poor Mouse is caught in the middle, but rest assured, there's plenty of time for the girls to cry and talk about, you know, feelings and stuff, when Paulie isn't scheming to get back her gal. There's even a kindly gardener to lend a shoulder to cry on and some fatherly advice.

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Wicker Park Review


Excellent
Wicker Park is a remake of a 1996 French film that nobody saw, called L'Appartement. Don't bother looking for it now; it's not available on DVD in the United States. If the premise of Wicker Park holds any interest with you, you'd best go see it soon, as the film is unfortunately destined to meet a similar fate as its predecessor.

Explaining the film - or even saying what genre it's in - is a bit tricky. Josh Hartnett plays a young ad executive named Matthew, who's obviously done well in parlaying a job as a camera repairman into a creative position in New York. Briefly back in his old home town of Chicago before jetting off to China, Matthew abruptly runs into old pal Luke (Matthew Lillard) and catches what he's sure is a glimpse of old girlfriend Lisa (Jessica Lange-lookalike Diane Kruger, last seen as Helen of Troy). Luke - on the cusp of marrying his boss's daughter (Jessica Paré) - is thrown into such a panic he blows off his trip overseas. What unfolds over the next two hours is the story of Luke and Lisa - how they met, how they abruptly split up, and the strange mysteries that are hidden in the past.

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Wicker Park Review


Weak

I am about to recommend a movie in which three of the four leads are terrible -- or at the very least meager talents terribly miscast.

It's a brilliantly twisty, multiple-point-of-view romantic thriller entitled "Wicker Park," starring furrow-browed but otherwise expressionless Josh Hartnett ("Pearl Harbor") as Matthew, an uneasy young turk in Chicago's advertising world who abandons a career-making, deal-sealing trip to China so he can chase a ghost, the fleeting glimpse of a girl in a restaurant -- the love of his life who vanished without a trace two years before.

Angularly pretty Diane Kruger -- the entirely underwhelming Helen of this summer's "Troy" -- is said girl, whom we meet in several fantastically structured flashbacks that come as jolts of memory at pivotal moments and fill in the histories of various characters, begetting startling plot developments in the process.

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