Hollywood Hits the Red Carpet

Environmental Media Awards Burbank: Dozens of hybrid cars quietly rolled onto the Warner Bros. backlot for the 22nd annual Environmental Media Awards. Julie Bowen and Danny DeVito were among those who walked the green carpet to support the Environmental Media Association, which awarded its Lifetime Achievement Award to Kelly Meyer and also paid tribute to Ian Somerhalder and Jessica Alba. "Thank you to my husband, Ron," said Meyer, praising the Universal Studios president's commitment to eco-causes. "He gave up aerosol deodorant when we first started going out." -- Lindsay Flans


"Butter" Premiere | New York, Sept. 27

The New York premiere of the Weinstein Co.'s small-town comedy brought such stars as Olivia Wilde and Rob Corddry to the AMC Lincoln Square. The film's Jennifer Garner (who stars as a woman competing with a local girl to win an Iowa butter-carving contest) and Ashley Greene hit the afterparty at The Double Seven. "I honestly never laughed as hard as I did making this movie," Ty Burrell said of director Jim Field Smith's use of improv. "It was very hard to get through takes without laughing." -- Jennifer Lynn Exley


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