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Originally posted 03/17/2013 08:00PM
There was no shortage o' celebrity action on St. Patrick's Day weekend, from the streets of Hollywood and beyond. Who's feeling lucky? Did anyone find their pot of gold, er, marital bliss?
If you need a break from the green beer...
5. Maggie Rizer's New Addition Is Already Working It for the Camera – Obviously Well, well – we wonder where he gets it from. Maggie Rizer's new addition, baby Quinnlann Clancy Mehran, wasted no time getting comfortable (and cute, natch) for the camera in an Instagram photo his model mama shared after his Friday birth. "We are so proud to introduce our son," the model told PEOPLE. "We feel incredibly blessed to have been given another little angel. Our cup runneth over."
Originally posted 03/16/2013 10:30PM
With proud dad Clint Eastwood looking on, Alison Eastwood tied the knot with sculptor Stacy Poitras of TV's Chainsaw Gang in an intimate ceremony in Calabasas, Calif.
The bride wore a 1930s-inspired beaded gown by Les Habitudes at the Friday night nuptials at the Saddlepeak Lodge before family and friends. The couple's rings were designed by Philip Press.
"We are thrilled to be surrounded by our family for this very special day and appreciate their love and support as we begin our married life together," the couple tell PEOPLE exclusively.
Originally posted 12/03/2012 01:45PM
There's more excitement for Clint Eastwood!
Fresh off the heels of Friday's news that his daughter Francesca Eastwood was named Miss Golden Globe 2013, one of his other daughters, Alison Eastwood, 40, is ready to go public with the longtime engagement to her Chainsaw Gang costar Stacy Poitras.
"I actually asked for [Clint's] permission three years ago at a Thanksgiving dinner in Pebble Beach that was attended by Alison's mom Maggie [Johnson], too," Poitras tells Celebuzz.
Originally posted 11/30/2012 09:05AM
In a move that most certainly will make her dad's day, Francesca Eastwood has been named Miss Golden Globe 2013 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
The daughter of Clint Eastwood and actress Frances Fisher, Francesca, 19, appeared in her first film when she was 2, and has been around Hollywood her entire life – attending her first Golden Globe show when she was only 8.
She says she's a little nervous about making her debut as she helps to escort award winners on and off stage. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are hosting the show Jan. 13.
Originally posted 09/02/2012 03:25PM
While it's not being said that Clint Eastwood made President Obama's day, the chief executive does own up to being "a huge fan" of the actor-filmmaker – who last week delivered a long and much-discussed prime-time presentation on stage at the Republican National Convention that was critical of the current administration.
"He is a great actor, and an even better director," the President told USA Today in an interview aboard Air Force One. "I think the last few movies that he's made have been terrific."
The newspaper then asked point blank if Obama took offense at what Eastwood did – speaking to an empty chair that was meant to represent Obama's sitting there and responding to the screen legend's pointed questions.
Originally posted 08/31/2012 02:05PM
Thursday night's performance at the Republican National Convention in Tampa was a first – and a tricky one – for American Idol singer Taylor Hicks.
He was opening for some very tough acts to follow: surprise guest speaker Clint Eastwood and presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
"I've worked many stages in my life, but never, ever have I had to weave in and out of a lectern," Hicks, 35, told PEOPLE while laughing and downing a draft beer at the bustling CNN Grill after the convention adjourned. "And the Teleprompter was definitely a stage hazard – having to dance with that thing."
Originally posted 08/31/2012 09:00AM
Clint Eastwood made the day of several Republican National Convention-goers Thursday night, when the screen star and filmmaker – without benefit of a Teleprompter – took to the stage and held an imaginary conversation with an empty chair meant to represent President Barack Obama.
Eastwood, 82, tweaked the unseen Obama for campaign promises unfulfilled, such as the 2008 pledge to close Gitmo.
"So, Mr. President, how do you handle promises that you made … I'm not going to shut up, it's my turn," said the Oscar winner. "What do you want me to tell Romney? I can't tell him to do that. He can't do that to himself. You're getting as bad as Biden!"
Originally posted 05/25/2012 10:15AM
Growing up, Francesca Eastwood's friends felt uneasy going over to her house – not because of her famous father, Clint, but because of the rat room.
"We call it the rat room because we have, like, really, 14 rats," she tells PEOPLE. "But they're really sweet animals. They're very clean and loving."
Francesca, 18, who stars with step-mom Dina and 15-year-old sister Morgan in the new E! reality series Mrs. Eastwood and Company, has joined her animal-loving family in caring for chinchillas, chickens, pigs and tortoises over the years, but don't expect to see any dogs or cats.
Originally posted 03/14/2012 06:00AM
Justin Timberlake was spotted enjoying a low-key dinner at South City Kitchen in Atlanta with two companions – and he was diving into Southern specialties. On the menu: fried green tomatoes and buttermilk fried chicken.
The actor-singer has been in Macon, Ga., filming Trouble with the Curve alongside Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams. At dinner, though, Timberlake was joined by a male and female companion, and a restaurant source says the newly engaged star was "very unassuming and undemanding."
– Jennifer Bradley Franklin
Originally posted 09/18/2010 06:00AM
Natalie Portman’s extraordinary performance in Black Swan may have been a foregone conclusion, but there were some delightful moments in the Toronto International Film Festival that took me by surprise. Here are a few:
The Metaphysical Clint Eastwood:
The guy can do anything, sure. But who knew he wanted to explore such a big, ethereal question as what happens after you die? In Hereafter, he intertwines three stories of people who have brushes with death, including Matt Damon as a reluctant psychic, slowly unspooling their lives, then bringing them together in unexpected and not altogether tidy ways. It’s certainly not Eastwood’s best film, but it’s a welcome departure for a man who tends to dwell in a world that’s entirely more visceral and elemental.
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