Actor Jeremy Piven arrived in style to the premiere of his film, "I Melt with You," at the 2011 AFI Film Fest, presented by Audi.
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The stars of the action drama "Rampart," including Woody Harrelson, Ben Foster and Robin Wright, attended their premiere at the 2011 AFI Film Fest, presented by Audi.
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Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and director Clint Eastwood greeted screaming fans Thursday at the 2011 AFI Film Fest, presented by Audi, where they premiered their Oscar contender, "J. Edgar."
"It's very sweet. They're all pretty enthusiastic to be here tonight," DiCaprio told "Extra" correspondent Renee Bargh. "This is the legendary Chinese Theater, where it's all gone down in Hollywood. So it's cool to see people from L.A. who are actually coming out to a premiere. I would think they'd be too spoiled for that."
"Black Swan" star Natalie Portman now understands what it takes to be a ballet dancer.
At the 2010 AFI Fest Presented by Audi premiere of the film, Portman told "Extra's" Terri Seymour, "It's a very disciplined environment and the physical training was intense. All that pain and rigor bleed into the character," adding, "I have a newfound respect for ballet dancers."
At the 2010 AFI Fest Presented by Audi, Halle Berry talks about her new "baby" -- the drama "Frankie and Alice."
The Oscar-winning actress plays a young woman with a multiple personality disorder who struggles to remain her true self and not give in to her racist alter-personality. "[The film] is like my baby. I've been working on it for 12 years. It's a real long pregnancy," Berry laughed with "Extra."
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At the 2010 AFI Fest Presented Audi premiere of "Casino Jack," stars Kevin Spacey, Barry Pepper, Jon Lovitz and Rachel Lefevre -- paid special tribute to their director, George Hickenlooper, who died of a heart attack Oct. 30 at age 47.
The film centers on hot shot Washington D.C. lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who goes down hard when his schemes to peddle influence lead to corruption and murder.
"It's very strange not having him standing next to me," Spacey told "Extra." "He was like a kid, fantastic to work with. He made an entertaining film that may shed some light on a process that needs to be cleaned up."
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"Barney's Version" star Paul Giamatti, who portrays a 30-year life span through the course of the film, laughed when asked about aging.
"Do I look like I'm aging gracefully? I do? Well, God bless ya. I'm trying to age okay," the actor told "Extra" at the 2010 AFI Fest Presented by Audi premiere.
The film, which also stars Minnie Driver and Dustin Hoffman, centers on Barney, who as Giamatti described, is "a drunk, cigar-smoking loon," behavior Giamatti tends to avoid in real life.
Driver, on the other hand, said her character of Barney's second wife was a "sort of princess" who was "tragically funny." And she loved shooting some of the film in Italy. "Something about walking the streets of Rome, made me feel like a movie star." Audrey Hepburn? "More like Sophia Loren."
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"Extra" attended the 2010 AFI Fest Presented by Audi's premiere of "The King's Speech" and talked with its stars, Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush, along with director Tom Hooper, about their Oscar-buzz movie and its significance.
Firth also commented on whether there will be a third "Bridget Jones" movie, saying, "I think there's a chance. The writing department's been busy. A sequel is one thing, but a third, now that they've aged a bit, could be far more interesting."
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