And even though she's remaining silent, her rep has spoken out!
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While it’s usually fashion week that has us on our toes, we’d be lying if we said we weren’t excited about this!
Samuel L. Jackson recently announced that he will be hosting a charity ball for One For The Boys as part of the London Collection: Men extravaganza!
But it’s no ordinary fundraiser. On June 15th as attendees chow down on a five star meal, Tom Hiddleston, Simon Pegg, Luke Evans, and even Samuel himself will be modeling designer duds down a runway!
Ow, ow! That’s one show we’d want front row seats for.
And hopefully these A-list models will get attendees to open up their pockets since all the proceeds from the event will benefit the male cancer foundation!
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We've always been super curious into what goes behind the costumes of Hollywood's hottest films, which makes our EXCLUSIVE with two-time Academy Award nominated costume designer, Ruth Carter, that much sweeter.
Luckily for us, Ruth shared some deets on working with the 24-year-old and then some!!
Get the goods …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Leave it to the host with the most to look fly on the red carpet!
Samuel L. Jackson was smashing in his monochromatic suit ensemble, complemented by a backwards hat, of course! The BET Awards host got the party started on Sunday in El Lay by bringing the funny right away and striking a pose!
He looks like he's about to recite Shakespeare! Ha!
(Note: There were no snakes in sight)
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Last night marked the worldwide premiere of the much anticipated Iron Man 2 flick.
And while most were interested in what the ladies were wearing, it seems the guys decided to stand out a bit in some colorful shades.
Robert Downey Jr opted for some deep red lenses, though he didn't stop there. He even decided to color coordinate his shades with his tie.
As for Sylvester Stallone, he opted for some larger framed glasses sporting some blue lenses.
So, who do U think sported the best look? And are colored lenses making a comeback or hopefully not?
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