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Posted on October 28, 2012 / by Flo in Appearance & Events, Gallery

Christina Hendricks attended the 41st annual Peace Over Violence Humanitarian Awards at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Friday (October 26).

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[142] Public Appearances > 2012 > October 26: 41st annual Peace Over Violence Humanitarian Awards

Posted on October 20, 2012 / by Flo in Appearance & Events, Gallery

Christina Hendricks attended a private Johnnie Walker Whiskey tasting session at The House of Walker in Beverly Hills on Thursday (October 18). Christina wore a Temperley London Pre-Fall 2012 dress for the occasion.

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[015] Public Appearances > 2012 > October 18: Private Johnnie Walker Whisky Tasting

Posted on October 16, 2012 / by Flo in Gallery, Magazines Coverage

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[008] Magazines & Scans > 2012 – November: Glamour UK

Posted on October 12, 2012 / by Flo in News and Rumours, Poppy Hill, Projects

GKids has tapped the English-language voice cast for Japanese animated title “Up on Poppy Hill” including Gillian Anderson, Jamie Lee Curtis, Bruce Dern, Christina Hendricks, Ron Howard, Chris Noth, Aubrey Plaza and Anton Yelchin.

Other voice cast include Sarah Bolger, Beau Bridges, Jeff Dunham, Isabelle Fuhrman, Emily Osment, Charles Saxton and Alex Wolff.

GKids announced the acquisition in June at France’s Annecy Animation Film Festival, disclosing plans to for a qualifying Oscar run and a March release. Hayao Miyazaki (“Castle in the Sky,” “Spirited Away”) wrote the screenplay and his son, Goro Miyazaki, directed.

“Poppy Hills” is set in 1963 Yokohama and centers on a pair of high school students who are battling the demolition of a historic building as they deal with their own families’ past secrets. “Poppy Hill” was the highest-grossing Japanese film of 2011 at $56 million.

GKids titles “A Cat in Paris” and “Chico and Rita” received Oscar nominations this year.

Gary Rydstrom directed the English-language version from a script adaptation by Karey Kirkpatrick. Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy exec produced.


Posted on October 10, 2012 / by Flo in Appearance & Events, Gallery, How To Catch A Monster

Christina Hendricks attended the Tacori “City Lights” Jewelry Collection launch in West Hollywood last night (October 9).

In related news, Christina recently told press that after working with Ryan Gosling on “Drive” in 2011, she was overjoyed that he wanted to cast her in his directorial debut “How to Catch a Monster.”

Christina gushed,

“He’s everything you want him to be! He’s amazing, yeah. He’s very polite, he’s very lovely. My manager called and said, ‘Ryan Gosling wants to call you, is it ok if I give him your number? And I was like, “YES! Yes, of course it’s OK!’”

“So I think I was a bit excited and nervous when he called, and then he said he’d been writing this script and he’d imagined me in this lead role, and would I take a look at the script. And I said, ‘Send it on over.’”

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[104] Public Appearances > 2012 > October 9: Tacori “City Lights” Jewelry Collection Launch

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