I have caught up with captures from “Entourage” – Emmanuelle was featured in the episodes the past 2 weeks… I have added 156 HD captures from both episodes – you can view them by clicking on the previews below.
Last night, Emmanuelle Chriqui was in attendance at the 2010 Entertainment Weekly and Women In Film Pre-Emmy Party in Los Angeles. I have just added 11 HQ and MQ photos of her from the event!
Earlier today, Emmanuelle Chriqui was photographed at the Kari Feinstein Primetime Emmy Awards Style Lounge in Los Angeles and I have just added 5 photos of her at the event!
I have just added 144 HQ captures of Emmanuelle Chriqui from her small role in the film “Saint John of Las Vegas” into our photo gallery! You can see all the pictures by clicking on the previews below…
Cause Celeb highlights a celebrity’s work on behalf of a specific cause. This week, we speak with actress Emmanuelle Chriqui and actor Ron Livingston about Women’s Expressive Theater (WET). They attended WET’s annual benefit, Stars Give Love, on April 19 in New York City, hosted by the Angel Orensanz Foundation. The awards benefit honored women who change the way the world sees women, followed by a one-night only performance of short plays written by women. This year, Nora Ephron, director of “Julie & Julia,” presented the We Empower Together award to Lynda Obst. Maria Zuckerman, vice president of HBO Films, received the Risk Taker Award.
WET strives to empower women and girls by making media productions that change stereotypes and advocate for equality. Their Risk Takers Series is a free program in New York City for girls age 13 to 19 to help them learn about communication, leadership, and media-literacy skills. Another WET program is the The INKubator: WET FILMS & WET PLAYS, where writers have their work reviewed by WET’s development team and producers and performed in public readings attended by insiders in the theater and entertainment industry.
Chriqui has appeared in multiple films and television shows including “You Don’t Mess with Zohan” and “Entourage.” She also performed in one of the plays at the Stars Give Love benefit.
Livingston has appeared in shows like “Sex and the City” and “Band of Brothers” and appears in the film “Dinner for Schmucks.” He also participated in one of the plays at the Stars Give Love benefit.
Q: Can you tell me what this event and this organization means to women, especially in a year where Kathryn Bigelow became the first woman to be awarded an Academy Award for Directing at the Oscars?
Chriqui: It’s exactly that. We’re really about trying to bring women to the forefronts, as directors, as playwrights, as actors. Just everything, women have such a voice, something to share. I think by Kathryn Bigelow winning that Oscar, we can see that, “Yeah, women can do it.” Women can do a guys film and kill it. Women can do anything!
So it’s really lovely, because this mission is really about empowering women and empowering young girls as the charity portion of it. I just really believe in it, because, as wonderful as this business is, it’s a male-dominated industry and it’s very difficult. You read these wonderful scripts and you get all excited, and they’re like, “Well, we have to see who the male lead is first,” and you’re like, “really?” When is that going to change? Or, “That movie will never work, it’s two female leads.” That is heartbreaking to me.
Unless you’re like a super-uber ridiculous star, you almost don’t stand a chance. By coming out tonight, by supporting it and supporting the new directors, the new playwrights, and celebrating the women, it really gives us a chance to make a difference.
HBO made it official: “Entourage” will end next summer.
The network will order a shortened final season of its longest-running series, possibly only six episodes, which will bring the show to a conclusion in 2011.
“The plan right now is we’ll finish up this season, we’ll do a shorter order for next season, we’ve talked about six,” said Michael Lombardo, HBO programming president. “[Creator Doug Ellin] is appropriately reserving — he wants to write a film, but wants to do it when the story will make sense. He’s pitched other shows to us. I will expect that within the next couple years [he'll have another show on HBO]. But ‘Entourage’ next summer will definitely be the final season.”
Also: “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” executives said, has no end in sight provided Larry David wants to continue the show, which should return next year; “The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency” may have an HBO movie or two but is finished as a series; the prospect of having David Milch, Dustin Hoffman and Michael Mann working on the same horse-racing drama “Luck” will “be either magic or mayhem.”
“Inside the Episode” video, with Sasha Grey and Emmanuelle Chriqui
I have added 120+ HQ captures of Emmanuelle Chriqui from the last two episodes of “Entourage” titled “Tequila Sunrise” and “Bottoms Up” into our gallery!