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‘The Bear,’ ‘Horizon’ and This Week’s Best Events

‘The Bear,’ ‘Horizon’ and This Week’s Best Events

‘The Bear,’ ‘Horizon’ and This Week’s Best Events

Here’s a look at this week’s biggest premieres, parties and openings in Los Angeles and New York, including events for The Bear, Horizon: An American Saga — Chapter 1 and A Quiet Place: Day One.

Horizon: An American Saga — Chapter 1 premiere

Writer, director and star Kevin Coster debuted the first of his Horizon films in Los Angeles on Monday, alongside co-stars Sienna Miller, Sam Worthington, Jena Malone, Luke Wilson and Jamie Campbell Bower.

Kevin Costner

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Sienna Miller

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MaXXXine premiere

Filmmaker Ti West joined cast members Mia Goth, Elizabeth Debicki, Moses Sumney, Halsey, Lily Collins, Giancarlo Esposito and Kevin Bacon at the MaXXXine premiere in Hollywood on Monday.

Mia Goth and Ti West

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Elizabeth Debicki, Lily Collins and Halsey

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The Bear premiere

Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach and Ayo Edebiri joined their co-stars at the Los Angeles premiere of The Bear season three on Tuesday.

Jeremy Allen White

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Jose M. Cervantes, Corey Hendrix, Edwin Lee Gibson, Adam Shapiro, Matty Matheson, Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Ayo Edebiri, Abby Elliott, Liza Colón-Zayas, Lionel Boyce, Ricky Staffieri, Sarah Ramos, Gillian Jacobs and Chris Witaske

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Tyler, the Creator and Ayo Edebiri

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A Quiet Place: Day One premiere

Lupita Nyong’o, Joseph Quinn, Alex Wolff, Djimon Hounsou and producer John Krasinski walked the red carpet at the A Quiet Place prequel in NYC on Wednesday.

Lupita Nyong’o and Joseph Quinn

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John Krasinski and Djimon Hounsou

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BTS x Despicable Me 4 pop-up

Illumination, Universal Products and Experiences and Bighit Music commemorated the collaboration of Despicable Me 4 and BTS with a pop-up event in Los Angeles on June 21, where star Joey King made an appearance.

Joey King

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Hollywood Unlocked Impact Awards

The fourth annual Hollywood Unlocked ceremony, hosted by Tiffany Haddish, honored Jonathan Majors, Cardi B, Sharon Stone, Fat Joe and Christian Louboutin in Beverly Hills on June 21.

Tiffany Haddish, Sharon Stone, Jonathan Majors and Meagan Good

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Cardi B

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The Daily Show‘s InDogCision 2024

The Daily Show Presents: InDogCision 2024: Rescuing Democracy kick-off event took place in NYC on June 21, where Desi Lydic, Jordan Klepper, Troy Iwata and Grace Kuhlenschmidt from The Daily Show’s News Team helped register voters and support dog adoptions with Animal Haven.

Troy Iwata, Desi Lydic and Jordan Klepper

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Project Angel Food’s Lead with Love

The live broadcast of Lead with Love’s Five Year Anniversary Special, presented by City National Bank on Saturday, raised over $800,000 for Project Angel Food on Saturday, with support from Jamie Lee Curtis, Kelly Clarkson, Jason Alexander, Kathy Griffin and Loni Love.

Jason Alexander, Amanda Kloots, Donna Mills, Lawrence Zarian, Alec Mapa, Loni Love and Gregory Zarian

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D.E.B.S. Cinespia screening

Cinespia hosted a Pride Month screening of D.E.B.S. at Hollywood Forever Cemetery presented by Amazon MGM Studios on Saturday, with an intro from Sara Foster, Meagan Good and the film’s director Angela Robinson.

Meagan Good, Angela Robinson and Sara Foster

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The Chi Summer Reunion

Lena Waithe and her media company Hillman Grad hosted The Chi’s Summer Reunion on Saturday at Issa Rae’s Lost DTLA venue. Guests were invited to celebrate the 16-episode season 6 and listen to a cast panel, moderated by Waithe.

Luke James, Rolando Boyce, Nia Jervier, Lena Waithe, Joel Steingold, Jacob Latimore at ‘The Chi’ summer reunion

Chrris Lowe

Bob Woodruff Foundation VetFest

On Saturday, the Bob Woodruff Foundation its their third annual VetFest — a free, family-friendly event for the local military and veteran community in Nashville. The night’s live programming included performances by Lucinda Williams, Ashley McBryde, Maddie & Tae, and Michael Warren. 

Maddie Font and Tae Kerr

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MPTF NextGen Annual Summer Party

On Sunday, the MPTF NextGen Board, a diverse group of entertainment industry professionals who represent the future of Hollywood, held its annual NextGen Summer Party on the rooftop of NeueHouse Hollywood. Jay Ellis hosted the event, with attendees including Abby Elliott, Cristo Fernández, Xochitl Gomez, Gina Torres, Max Greenfield, Reid Scott and Rachel Bloom.

Cristo Fernández, Xochitl Gomez and Paloma Cinco

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Angelique Cabral, Jay Ellis, Angel Parker and Azita Ghanizada

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My Lady Jane premiere

Prime Video celebrated the premiere screening of new series My Lady Jane, starring Emily Bader and Edward Bluemel, in Los Angeles on Monday.

Mike Hopkins, senior vp, Prime Video, MGM & Amazon Studios; Anna Chancellor, Abbie Hern, Rob Brydon, Emily Bader, Jordan Peters, Michael Workeye, Amazon Studios head Jennifer Salke and Amazon Studios head of marketing Sue Kroll

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Next Gen Creators Summit

CAA, in partnership with TikTok and the Center for Scholars & Storytellers at UCLA, launched the Next Gen Creators Summit, a one-day event to equip both emerging and established content creators with strategies to advance social issues and how to use their platform for good. Hosted on Monday, the summit’s programming was centered around themes regarding mental health, LGBTQ advocacy and climate change.

Dennis St. Rose (CAA), Jaya Adapa (Futerra), Tony Morrison (GLAAD), Yalda T. Uhls (CSS@UCLA), Will Hilbert (JED), Dr. Laura Erickson Schroth JED), Alexzi Girman (TikTok) and Erika Crowell (TikTok)

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That ‘90s Show Part 2 celebration

Netflix threw it back to the ‘90s with an event at Button Mash in Los Angeles on Tuesday in celebration of That ‘90s Show Part 2, with cast members Kurtwood Smith, Callie Haverda, Ashley Aufderheide, Mace Coronel, Maxwell Acee Donovan, Reyn Doi, Andrea Anders and guest stars Carmen Electra, Tommy Chong and Jason Mewes.

Mace Coronel, Reyn Doi, Maxwell Acee Donovan, Tommy Chong, Callie Haverda, Kurtwood Smith, Sam Morelos, Andrea Anders and Ashley Aufderheide

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American Ballet Theatre’s “Woolf Works” Premiere

The American Ballet Theatre celebrated the premiere of Wayne McGregor’s “Woolf Works” on Tuesday, with celebrity support from Sophia Bush, Ashlyn Harris, Mark Ronson and Grace Gummer.

Ashlyn Harris and Sophia Bush

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L.A. Ladies Who Longevity Lunch

Kathy Hilton hosted a longevity day at her Bel-Air mansion with WellTech brand LYMA on Tuesday, and Kelly Osbourne, Kyle Richards, Faye Resnick and Bijou Phillips among the guests.

Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Hilton

Mark Van Holden

Sing Sing premiere

Colman Domingo joined the film’s ensemble cast of formerly incarcerated actors at the New York premiere on Wednesday, where they received a 10-minute standing ovation.

Paul Raci, Clarence Maclin, Colman Domingo and Sean ‘Dino’ Johnson

Kristina Bumphrey

BET Experience Comedy Series

BET Experience presented by Walmart kicked off night one of its Comedy Series on Wednesday, with comedian Chris Spencer and his friends, including Earthquake. The next night, Michael Blackson joined Spencer for an all-star roast. 

Earthquake performs onstage

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Michael Blackson

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Big Al’s Red Sox Takeover

Call Her Daddy podcast host Alex Cooper threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Red Sox game on Wednesday, followed by her “Big Al’s Takeover of Fenway Park.” For the fan activation at the stadium, Cooper was joined by Harry Jowsey and newcomer Hallie Batchelder from her Unwell podcast network.

Harry Jowsey and Alex Cooper

Brent Goldman or Boston Red Sox

GLSEN’s Pride Above the Park

GLSEN, the education organization dedicated to creating safe K-12 schools and learning environments for LGBTQ+ youth, hosted rooftop concert Pride Above the Park on Wednesday, with a performance by VINCINT and Betty Who.  

VINCINT performs with Betty Who

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Space Cadet premiere

Amazon MGM Studios celebrated the New York premiere of the new comedy Space Cadet on Thursday, with stars Emma Roberts, Poppy Liu and Tom Hopper.

Tom Hopper, Liz W. Garcia, Emma Roberts and Poppy Liu

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NALIP Media Summit

Diana-Marie Riva, Dolores Huerta, Diana Luna, Gloria Calderón Kellet and Edward James Olmos took part in the National Association of Latino Independent Producers Media Summit on Thursday.

Diana-Marie Riva, Dolores Huerta, NALIP executive director Diana Luna, Gloria Calderón Kellet and Edward James Olmos

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The Playhouse re-opening

Cinema Lab, a movie theater and development company co-founded by Patrick Wilson, hosted the grand re-opening of The Playhouse, a cherished cinema in New Canaan, Connecticut, on Thursday.  

Vincenzo Onorati, Patrick Wilson, Luke Parker Bowles, Andy Childs and Brandon Jones

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