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Originally posted 04/05/2012 12:00PM
The stars headed up to the Top of the Standard to celebrate the upcoming premiere of Girls, HBO's racy new comedy about four twentysomething women finding their way in New York City. And it was a glamorous cocktail party that was a far cry from the sometimes challenging Brooklyn living depicted on the witty new show.
With plates of charcuterie and cheese on reserved tables, guests such as Claire Danes, Chloe Sevigny, Gabourey Sidibe, former Real Housewives of N.Y.C. star Kelly Bensimon and the show's producer Judd Apatow fanned out around the circular room, mingling in the intimate space and taking in the panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
Danes shared a moment with the show's stars Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet while Lena Dunham, the new show's writer, director and lead actress, hung out at her private table, chatting with Apatow and greeting well-wishers such as John Cameron Mitchell with a friendly handshake. At one point, Dunham headed to Le Bain, just across the hall from the main party space, where she chatted with Boardwalk Empire's Steve Buscemi, who was enjoying a plate of food from the nearby buffet.
Originally posted 01/15/2011 02:50PM
Don't expect to see Chloë Sevigny in any hot tub scenes on the new season of Jersey Shore.
When asked by Interview magazine if there was any truth to the rumors that she's dating the show's star, Paul "DJ Pauly D" DelVecchio, the Big Love actress says, "No, but I wish, because that would be hilarious."
"That would be the weirdest couple in the world. It would be like the apocalypse," she adds. "We represent extremes, in opposite directions. So for us two to come together, it would be a very strange meeting of the minds or colliding of two worlds."
Originally posted 12/22/2010 08:45AM
Talk about a woman who knows what she wants: Chloë Sevigny is not shy when it comes to speaking her mind about the opposite sex.
"I want a guy who is masculine, good with his hands, and able to build stuff and who has survival skills," Sevigny says in the January issue of Playboy. "Facial hair is a big turn-on ... I like a stronger, more physically imposing man – like a lumberjack."
The Big Love actress, 36, admits she likes her encounters with men of interest to be rough.
Originally posted 03/17/2010 03:55PM
Chloë Sevigny battles for attention with two other women on HBO's Big Love about a polygamist family. But in real life, the actress is ready to take center stage as a leading lady.
"Agents say that everyone thinks when you are doing a series, you aren't available," the actress said at the South By Southwest festival this week. "Not true. I feel like it has been hard for me as far as films to get more of the leading parts."
Sevigny attended the Austin-based film festival for the premieres of two of her upcoming movies, Barry Munday and Mr. Nice.
Still, it's her role on Big Love that has fans clamoring to get close to the actress. "I am surprised by how many people react to the show, how many people come up to me in the streets," she says. "Such a wide range of people find things they love about it."
Originally posted 11/01/2007 03:00PM
The stars stepped out this year in their Halloween best (See Britney, Christina and more in our photo gallery) but we'd like to single out some choice selections from Chloe Sevigny and Josh Harnett. Both partied at an Imperia Vodka/Vmagazine.com bash at New York's Gramercy Park Hotel sporting some questionable looks – possibly as a hipster Joan of Arc and Bob Dylan, respectively. Whose costume is weirdest? Click here to take our poll.–Brian Orloff
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