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Kiss Ass Premiere Pictures: Brad Pitt Meets Christina Hendricks’ Kaleidoscope

KICK Ass is a sure-fire hit. Jane Goldman, Mrs Jonathan Ross, is not only a kaleidoscope version of Hollywood siren Christina Hendricks – she’s the driving force behind the film. There to help her launch the show at the Empire Cinema in Leicester Square were a load of big names: Aaron Johnson, Sam Taylor Wood, Claudia Schiffer and Matthew Vaughn and Brad Pitt. The one disappointment: Kiss Ass not Kick Arse. Pictures below:

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Jane Goldman arriving for the premiere of new film Kick-Ass at the Empire Cinema in Leicester Square, London.

Posted: 22nd, March 2010 | In: Celebrities, Key Posts | Comment


In Pictures: Pamela Anderson Vibrates, Vivienne Westwood’s Elizabeth I Impression And Charlie Brooker Goes Native At British Comedy Awards 2009

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Vivienne Westwood and Pamela Anderson at the British Comedy Awards 2009 at London Television Studios. Westwood does her impression of Queen Elizabeth I.

THE British Comedy Awards 2009, that AGM for funny men and the odd funny woman, is an odd thing where the rebels, those sayers and doers of things “out of the box”, “left field” and way cray-zee arrive on stage to collect an award. Like all awards do, these are awards for media compliancy, for being acceptably funny and funny enough to be on the telly.

And they came to chuckle: Vivienne Westwood went for visual gags with her Quene Elizabeth I impression, Pamela Anderson raised a smile, Griff Rhys Jones, Ash Attalla, Beth Cordingly, a child with a descriptive funny name – Tyger Drew Honey – Keith Allen, Tom Felton, Rob Brydon, Claudia Winkleman, Peter Capaldi , Lee Majors and his wife Faith, Pixie Lott, funny looking Katie Price, Steve Benham, Leigh Francis, critic gone native Charlie Brooker, Sir Terry Wogan, Simon Bird, the great Harry Hill, Joe Calzaghe and Kristina Rihanoff, Alice Beer, Davina McCall, Jane Goldman, Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, Armando Iannucci, John Thomson, Paul Kaye, Jack Dee and comedy singing act JLS all battled whether to go for the GQ cover pose (suit, tie and serious face) or jaunty jig pose?

And everyone laughed and laughed and lauged until their heads fell off…

Posted: 13th, December 2009 | In: Celebrities | Comment