Seen getting "touchy-feely" on a recent night out at West Hollywood's famed Chateau Marmont, Jake Gyllenhaal and Olivia Wilde laughed it up and seemed to enjoy each other's company, according to onlookers.
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The leggy ladies of Hollywood stepped on to the red carpet for the 2011 MTV Movie Awards in short, bold and fun dresses.
Kristen Stewart wore an edgy, safety-pinned, studded strapless number while Emma Stone walked the carpet in a sheer and fringed frock with her new red 'do. Disney starlet Selena Gomez chose an adorable white and beige skirt teamed with a pattered top, and Reese Witherspoon opted for a low-cut, strappy green dress.
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Actors Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone have been announced as some of the first presenters at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards.
Reynolds will join his "Green Lantern" co-star Blake Lively, and Stone will present with her "Crazy, Stupid, Love" castmate Steve Carell.
Stars came out to celebrate Condé Nast Traveler's May "Hot List" issue -- a definitive insider's guide to the world's most exciting new establishments, from the hippest hotels and most fabulous restaurants, to the chicest international spas that have opened this year.
Those in attendance included Sofia Vergara, Emma Stone, Brooklyn Decker, James Marsden, Vanessa Hudgens and others. Watch footage from the event!
Check out this first image of "The Social Network's" Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker aka Spider-Man!
Andrew Garfield recently talked with "Extra" about starring in the film opposite Golden Globe nominee Emma Stone. "I really do like Emma, she's a pretty special actress and a pretty special person," he said. "One of the funnier people and one of the more fun loving people I know. I'm so glad that she's there on set. It's really fun."
The as yet untitled "Spider-Man" reboot will spin its web in theaters next year.
Andrew Garfield talked with "Extra" at the "Social Network" DVD release party in L.A., and the young actor dished about starring in the new "Spider-Man" flick with Golden Globe nominee Emma Stone.
"I really do like Emma, she's a pretty special actress and a pretty special person," he said. "One of the funnier people and one of the more fun loving people I know. I'm so glad that she's there on set. It's really fun."