Pictures from the Hollywood Premiere of X-Men: Dark Phoenix have been added to the gallery, aswell events that were missing.
I’ve added pictures from today’s The Hollywood Reporter Women in Entertainment Breakfast and here’s the video of Jennifer’s acceptance speach of the Sherry Lansing Award.
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) 6 de dezembro de 2017
Angelina Jolie will deliver the keynote speech, while Meryl Streep is set to honor Amy Pascal, and $1 million in scholarships will be presented at the star-studded event.
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and distinguished film producer-executive Amy Pascal will be honored at The Hollywood Reporter’s 2017 Women in Entertainment breakfast, it was announced Thursday. The star-studded gala will take place Dec. 6 at Milk Studios in Los Angeles.
Academy Award-winning actress-filmmaker Angelina Jolie will deliver the keynote speech at the VIP event, where $1 million in university scholarships will be given to young women from disadvantaged backgrounds who have taken part in the Reporter’s highly competitive, 8-year-old Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program.
Lawrence will become the youngest person ever to receive the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award, given annually to a woman who has been a pioneer and philanthropic leader in her industry. Last year, the four-time Academy Award nominee (and winner for Silver Linings Playbook) donated $2 million to establish the Jennifer Lawrence Foundation Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Kosair Children’s Hospital in her hometown, Louisville, Ky. The Jennifer Lawrence Foundation also assists a wide range of charitable organizations, supporting abused and neglected youth, along with many educational and health organizations. Lawrence recently joined the board of Represent.Us, the nation’s largest grassroots anti-corruption campaign which brings together conservatives, progressives and everyone in between to work towards fixing America’s corrupt political system. She also has been outspoken on issues of gender pay disparity and privacy rights in Hollywood.
Lawrence follows a long line of extraordinary Sherry Lansing Award recipients, including Barbra Streisand, Shonda Rhimes, Oprah Winfrey, Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Helen Mirren, Halle Berry, Jodie Foster, Glenn Close, Barbara Walters and, most recently, Tina Fey.
Meryl Streep, a former Lansing Award recipient, will present Pascal with the second annual Equity in Entertainment Award, given to an individual in the showbiz community who has proved committed to providing opportunities for women and people of color. Pascal follows writer-producer Ryan Murphy, last year’s recipient. A former chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, Pascal is also the producer of such movies as Spider-Man: Homecoming and the upcoming Molly’s Game and The Post. Her company, Pascal Pictures, strives to create avenues for women and people of color, in front of the camera and behind it.
“Both Jennifer and Amy perfectly embody the driving force behind THR’s Women in Entertainment initiative,” said Matthew Belloni, editorial director of The Hollywood Reporter. “They continue to use their voices and their talent to create opportunities for women in the industry, and I can’t think of two more deserving individuals to honor.”
“Having Jennifer agree to accept the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award is a wonderful honor,” said Lansing, the former CEO of Paramount Pictures and the first woman to head a Hollywood studio. “In merely a decade, her remarkable professional achievements, her willingness to take risks, and her philanthropic generosity have inspired millions. She reminds young women all over the world that their voices are meant to be heard. The Hollywood Reporter could not have chosen a better individual to recognize.”
Jolie, whose Cambodian war drama First They Killed My Father was recently selected as that country’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Picture at the upcoming 90th Academy Awards, has enjoyed a year of striking achievement. In addition to continuing her humanitarian work — which includes over a decade of service as Special Envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees — she is soon to reprise her title role in Disney’s upcoming sequel to its 2014 blockbuster Maleficent.
“Angelina Jolie has dedicated her life to helping women and girls in war zones, from her girls’ school in Kenya to her primary schools in eastern Afghanistan,” said Belloni. “Her efforts to end sexual violence worldwide is unparalleled in the Hollywood community, and we’re humbled and exhilarated that she’ll be delivering our keynote speech this year.”
Additionally, $1 million in university scholarships will be given to girls now taking part in The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program. Among the scholarships, each of the 18 girls currently in the program will receive $10,000 to attend the university of her choice (jointly funded by Lifetime and Entertainment Industry Foundation), with two girls receiving full-ride scholarships worth more than $240,000 apiece to attend Loyola Marymount University.
The Women in Entertainment breakfast, sponsored by Lifetime and Loyola Marymount University in partnership with the Entertainment Industry Foundation, coincides with the publication of The Hollywood Reporter’s annualWomen in Entertainment: Power 100, the definitive guide to the leading women in film and television.
Hey everyone, I’m catching up on some missing events, here are the photos:
- Events & Appearances > 2016 > Woman New York Screening – May 4th 2016
- Events & Appearances > 2016 > A Beautiful Planet – New York Premiere – April 16th 2016
- Events & Appearances > 2016 > CinemaCon – April 12th 2016
I’m catching up on the latest events I’m missing! Sorry about the delay.
- Events & Appearances > 2016 > Vanity Fair Oscar Party – February 28 2016
- Events & Appearances > 2016 > 88th Academy Awards – Arrivals – February 28th 2016
- Events & Appearances > 2016 > Women in Film Pre-Oscar Party – February 26th 2016
- Events & Appearances > 2016 > The Dinner For Equality Hosted by Patricia Arquette and Marc Benioff – February 25th 2016
Good evening, everyone! These photos are from last week, where Jen won the Best Actress Award for Joy in the 73rd Golden Globe Awards.
Events & Appearances > 2016 > 73rd Golden Globe Awards – Arrivals – January 10th 2016
Events & Appearances > 2016 > 73rd Golden Globe Awards – Press Room and Backstage – January 10th 2016
Events & Appearances > 2016 > 73rd Golden Globe Awards – Stage – January 10th 2016
Events & Appearances > 2016 > 73rd Golden Globe Awards – After Party – January 10th 2016
Jennifer Lawrence won a Golden Globe Award tonight for Best Actress in Comedy/Musical for her role in Joy. Here is the first look and pictures will come tomorrow!
Here are pictures from today’s Comic-Con Mockingjay Part 2 Panel:
- Events & Appearances > 2015 > San Diego Comic-Con – July 9th 2015
More photos from last night’s screening of Serena in New York, plus pictures from the After Party. Huge thanks to Lindsey.
- Events & Appearances > 2015 > Serena New York Screening After Party – March 21st 2015
- Events & Appearances > 2015 > Serena New York Screening – March 21st 2015
Here are photos from last night’s 26th Producers Guild Of America Awards where Jennifer presented the Milestone Award to Jon Feltheimer. Also here’s the video!
- Events & Appearances > 2015 > 26th Producers Guild Of America Awards Arrivals & Backstage – January 24th 2015
- Events & Appearances > 2015 > 26th Producers Guild Of America Awards Show – January 24th 2015
And The Hunger Games Mockingjay promotion trains begins! It’s starts in London with the Photocall today and Premiere tomorrow. Here are pictures from today:
- Events & Appearances > 2014 > The Hunger Games – Mockingjay Part 1 – London Photocall – Nov 9 2014
Two more events for Jennifer in Cannes, this time the Vanity Fair and Armany Party and the Lionsgate Hunger Games Party, here are some pictures:
- Events & Appearances > 2014 > 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival – The Hunger Games Lionsgate Party – May 17th 2014
- Events & Appearances > 2014 > 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival – Vanity Fair and Armany Party – May 17th 2014
Jennifer Lawrence is busy! She’s attending a Party for The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 and another one earlier for Vanity Fair & Armani, here’s a first look, more pictures tomorrow: