Kristen Bell attended the premiere of her new movie Like Father on Tuesday night (July 31) at the ArcLight Theater in Hollywood.
The actress was joined at the event by her co-star Kelsey Grammer and his wife Katye, Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren Miller – who wrote and directed the movie – were also in attendance.
Also stepping out for premiere were fellow cast mates Zach Appelman and Paul Downs.
Kristen was wearing an August Getty dress and Michael M earrings while carrying a Tyler Ellis clutch.
Like Father will hit Netflix on August 3.
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Events > 2018 > Jul 31 │’Like Father’ Premiere in Los Angeles
Kristen Bell attended the premiere of her animated movie Teen Titans Go! To The Movies on Sunday (July 22) at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Kristen voices Jade in Teen Titans Go! To The Movies, alongside co-stars Halsey, who voices Wonder Woman.
Jimmy Kimmel, James Corden, Nicolas Cage, Kristen Bell, Will Arnett, Greg Cipes, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Tara Strong and Hynden Walch also voice characters in the film.
The animated comedy is set to hit theaters on Friday (July 27).
Kristen was wearing an Adriana Igesias shirt, an Osman blazer, Jimmy Choo heels, a Tyler Ellis clutch, and Jennifer Meyer jewelry.
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Events > 2018 > Jul 22 │’Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ premiere in Los Angeles
The official trailer of Kristen upcoming film was released! In Like Father, Netflix’s new entry in the genre of “comforting rom-com-like movies,” Bell plays a woman who’s left at the altar and ends up going on her honeymoon cruise with her estranged father (Kelsey Grammer) and meeting a nice guy along the way (Seth Rogen).
Here’s the official synopsis for Like Father:
When a workaholic young executive (Kristen Bell), is left at the altar, she ends up on her Caribbean honeymoon cruise with the last person she ever expected: her estranged and equally workaholic father (Kelsey Grammer). The two depart as strangers, but over the course of a few adventures, a couple of umbrella-clad cocktails and a whole lot of soul-searching, they return with a renewed appreciation for family and life.
Like Father premieres on Netflix on August 3, 2018.
Movie Productions > Like Father (2018) > Official Trailer
On March 18, Kristen attended the premiere of “Pandas” at TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX.
Bell is the chief storyteller in the doc, which details a biologist’s efforts in China to aid in the process of breeding giant pandas, then releasing their cubs into the wild.
‘Pandas not only spotlights the important work being done to protect these beloved and ridiculously cute animals, but it provides us with inspiration and hope and showcases the great things we can achieve when we work together,‘ the actress said in a statement in February.
Bell, who adheres to a vegan-vegetarian lifestyle, has established herself as one of the premiere environmental crusaders in show business.
She’s lent her celebrity in the past to green causes such as the World Wildlife Fund and Recycle Across America.
IMAX was ‘tremendously excited to have the talented and engaging‘ actress on board with the project, the company’s Entertainment CEO Greg Foster said in a statement.
He continued: ‘We can’t wait to share this heartfelt journey that will transport IMAX audiences to the mountains of Sichuan in China and spotlight the incredible steps scientists are taking to protect and reintroduce these magnificent and adorable pandas into the wild.‘
Kristen was appropriately garbed for the occasion in a black dress with large spherical silver buttons lining up the front by Paper London
Pandas is slated for release April 6 at IMAX and IMAX 3D theatres.
Events > 2018 > Mar 17 │”Pandas” world premiere at The TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, CA
In the arena of unexpected IP, the Bad Moms film franchise could soon find itself translated into reality TV.
Fox is in early development stages of a Bad Moms unscripted series. The network is working with feature distributor STX Entertainment, which is producing the project. There aren’t too many details as of yet, but it will take the films’ premise of imperfect parents and shift the focus to real-life moms.
Bad Moms, starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn, was a sleeper hit in 2016 and sparked the 2017 sequel Bad Moms Christmas. The pair took in a combined worldwide box-office total of $314 million.
The TV project is being executive produced by Jason Goldberg, STX’s chief creative officer, unscripted and alternative programming, and prolific unscripted producer Brant Pinvidic (My Cat From Hell, Bar Rescue).
The possibilities of tweaking the source material to work for reality are many, with much of them veering more towards docuseries than the kind of unscripted show Fox typically airs. The bulk of the network’s alternative roster, be it the recently renewed singing competition The Four or the ongoing culinary-focused Hell’s Kitchenand MasterChef, are traditional competition series.
Fox got a new reality czar in 2017 with the addition of veteran showrunner Rob Wade as president of alternative and specials. His big order thus far has been The Four.