Among the attendees at MendingChildren.org’s Mending Kids International’s Rock & Roll All-Stars benefit last night at The House of Blues were Paris Hilton, Mel Gibson, Sylvester Stallone and Tom Jones. The event featured music heavyweights as they jammed out on stage to raise money for a good cause.
Among the celebrities on the red carpet at the screening of “Grudge Match” tonight in NYC were Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin, Kim Basinger and Robert De Niro. Basinger looked stunning in a man’s suit and tie and Flavin looked sophisticated in a sleek dark green dress. The event benefited the Tribeca Film Institute.
Sylvester was flanked by his family and despite the recent loss of his son Sage, the action hero still managed a smile on the red carpet.
The movie packs plenty of punch with fast cars, fight scenes and lots of things get blown up, it has everything the guys want from an action movie, with plenty of humor thrown in which should keep us girls happy too.
Thinking about going to catch the movie when it opens in a few days? Get your sneak peak HERE.
The boys were out in force last night all suited and booted and looking very handsome at the red carpet London premiere of The Expendables.
A whole host of other stars also turned out in support of the new movie including Katie Price and Lisa Snowdon to name a few of the ladies who donned the best dresses for the occasion. Sorry ladies but the men were in the clear lead last night.
The celebs came out in force to support their favorite team the LA Lakers last night.
Those included Sylvester Stallone and daughter Sistine, Megan Fox and boyfriend Brian Austin Green, Jessica Alba and husband Cash Warren.
David Arquette was also there and on a side note while at the game Arquette was reportedly knocked to the ground after he selflessly rushed to the aid of a security guard who was being attacked by an unruly fan!
In serious news…. the score……. the LA Lakers beat the Phoenix Suns 128-107.
Sylvester Stallone showed off his new Chevy Camaro to Mark Wahlberg and his son yesterday, and judging by the look on the his face, the kid was totally digging it. The trio got together for a business lunch at Le Grande Passage in Beverly Hills — I wonder if this means that a Wahlberg/Stallone project is in the works? That would be totally suh-weet!
Sylvester Stallone spent his Christmas watching the Lakers play at home against the Cleveland Cavaliers yesterday. Flea, Snoop Dogg, Adam Levine and Wilmer Valderrama all had similar plans. Kudos to of everyone for supporting the home team on Christmas Day! Though, Sly had the best outfit….he looks like he’s ready to hit the club or something!
The stars were out last night at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino grand opening in Las Vegas. Thos in attendance included Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Tom Jones, Pamela Anderson, Patrick Swayze, Nelly, Danny Devito and Rhea Perlman, David Hasselhoff, Orlando Jones, Monique Coleman, Chris Kirkpatrick and “Pushing Daisies'” Kristin Chenoweth, Chi McBride and Lee Pace.
The resort, formerly the Aladdin, has been newly and completely renovated and includes 2,600 rooms, 15 restaurants including Koi and Strip House and 170 specialty shops and houses memorabilia valued at over $20 million. The new resort aims to be an interface between Hollywood and Las Vegas, serving as a venue for movie premieres, TV and film production and poker tournaments. Planet Hollywood founder and CEO Robert Earl, who is one of the investors, says “It’s contemporary and a 24-hour party. We’ve created a unique backdrop for relations between Vegas and Hollywood, and we now have a $2 billion asset on the Strip with our trademark.”
Sylvester is looking good for his age! Is it the growth hormones he was caught with at an Australian airport recently or is it just good, healthy eating and exercise? Who knows but, we suspect the latter. Seen here leaving the restaurant Mr. Chows in Beverly Hills, Stallone is definitely eating well!
The stars came out for the premiere of “The Beauty of Magic” at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino Theater for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas to support Pamela Anderson in her debut of Hans Klok’s new stage spectacular. Those in attendance included Dita Von Teese, Rita Rudner, Sylvester “Sly” Stallone, David Hasselhoff and drag queen Frank Marino.