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Scout Willis wears PJs to donate clothing to Hollywood homeless



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Scout Willis cradled her beloved toothless tiny dog Grandma, whom she rescued off the street in 2017, while out and about in Hollywood on Monday.

The 29-year-old singer-guitarist – wearing cowboy boots and matching maroon PJs – then donated a large bag of clothing to homeless people camped on a sidewalk.

Scout made sure to protect herself and others from the coronavirus by wearing a cow-print face mask, which Governor Gavin Newsom made mandatory for all public outings on June 18.  



a woman walking down a sidewalk: Precious pooch: Scout Willis cradled her beloved toothless tiny dog Grandma, whom she rescued off the street in 2017, while out and about in Hollywood on Monday


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Precious pooch: Scout Willis cradled her beloved toothless tiny dog Grandma, whom she rescued off the street in 2017, while out and about in Hollywood on Monday

There have been over 282K confirmed COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles leading to 6,771 deaths as of Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Last Saturday, Willis – who boasts 263K

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Scout Willis wears cowboy boots and matching maroon PJs to donate clothing to Hollywood homeless

Scout Willis wears cowboy boots and matching maroon PJs to donate clothing to Hollywood homeless

Scout Willis cradled her beloved toothless tiny dog Grandma, whom she rescued off the street in 2017, while out and about in Hollywood on Monday.

The 29-year-old singer-guitarist – wearing cowboy boots and matching maroon PJs – then donated a large bag of clothing to homeless people camped on a sidewalk.

Scout made sure to protect herself and others from the coronavirus by wearing a cow-print face mask, which Governor Gavin Newsom made mandatory for all public outings on June 18.  

Precious pooch: Scout Willis cradled her beloved toothless tiny dog Grandma, whom she rescued off the street in 2017, while out and about in Hollywood on Monday

There have been over 282K confirmed COVID-19 cases in

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Salma Hayek shares image of Goddess Lakshmi, says it makes her feel ‘joyful’ and connected with ‘inner beauty’ – hollywood

Actor Salma Hayek has shared in a social media post that she seeks the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi when she wants to connect with her inner beauty. Salma shared a picture of Lakshmi, along with a brief note explaining what she means to her.

She wrote in her caption, “When I want to connect with my inner beauty, I start my meditation focusing on the goddess Lakshmi, who in Hinduism represents wealth, fortune, love, beauty, Maya (literally meaning ‘illusion’ or ‘magic’), joy and prosperity. Somehow her image makes me feel joyful, and joy is the greatest door for your inner beauty.”

 

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When I want to connect with my inner beauty, I start my meditation focusing on the goddess Lakshmi, who in Hinduism represents wealth, fortune, love, beauty, Māyā (literally meaning “illusion” or “magic”), joy and prosperity. Somehow her image makes me feel joyful, and joy

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Women outwit Hollywood bias with help from industry insiders

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kaitlyn Yang knows it’s rare for women to work in visual effects but wanted to find out just how much company she has.



In this image provided by the Television Academy, Layne Eskridge, creative executive at Apple TV, center, takes part in "Meet Our Alumni: Intern to Industry Professional," one of the Television Academy Foundation's intern Speaker Series events on Aug. 2, 2018, in Los Angeles. Women of color who work behind the camera in fields including writing and visual effects are finding career support, including from the Television Academy Foundation and its internships. But four former interns say the industry must do more to foster diversity. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images via AP)


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In this image provided by the Television Academy, Layne Eskridge, creative executive at Apple TV, center, takes part in “Meet Our Alumni: Intern to Industry Professional,” one of the Television Academy Foundation’s intern Speaker Series events on Aug. 2, 2018, in Los Angeles. Women of color who work behind the camera in fields including writing and visual effects are finding career support, including from the Television Academy Foundation and its internships. But four former interns say the industry must do more to foster diversity. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images via AP)

Devising an informal survey earlier this year, she painstakingly searched 24,000 LinkedIn entries for female visual effects supervisors in North America. Her tally:

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Los Angeles dismantles pro-Trump Hollywood Sign-style letters near highway

City workers in Los Angeles on Tuesday took down large white block letters spelling out “TRUMP” along the 405 Freeway.

The city acted quickly after the Hollywood sign style letters, put up by an unknown party, were first reported by drivers in the northbound lanes of the Sepulveda Pass at 6:41 a.m. Tuesday, according to local Los Angeles news station KTLA.

The traditionally liberal city promptly removed the sign, citing it as a traffic hazard as passing cars were slowing to snap photos. They also cited fire concerns since the sign was erected in a dry, bush-heavy area and they said that it needed to be removed because it was positioned on private property, KTLA reported. It’s unclear who owns the land in question.

The letters appeared to be about 10-feet-tall and were clearly visible from aerial shots shared on Twitter. They reportedly have been flattened, but not entirely removed,

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Chanel brings Hollywood glamour to Paris Fashion Week

PARIS (Reuters) – French fashion label Chanel brought a touch of tinseltown to the Paris runway on Tuesday, with glamorous feathered gowns and a nod to the Hollywood sign, recreated to spell out the brand’s name.

Models paraded in and out of the giant “Chanel” lettering, transposed from the hills of Los Angeles to the interior of Paris’ Grand Palais exhibition hall, as guests perched on stools at the socially-distanced show.

Fashion labels are only just returning to the catwalk, after shows were cancelled over the summer due to the coronavirus pandemic, and in Paris only the major luxury brands pressed ahead with physical events.

LVMH’s Louis Vuitton is due to present a collection on Tuesday, the last day of Paris Fashion Week.

Chanel’s latest outing showcased inspiration drawn from Hollywood’s 1950s heyday – with a French touch.

A short film released before the show paid tribute to actresses such

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Hollywood needs more roles for Latina women

Ana de Armas wants to see more roles for Latina women in Hollywood.



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The 32-year-old actress stars as Paloma in the upcoming James Bond flick, ‘No Time To Die’, but has said she still finds it “very challenging” for women to “get a good part” in a movie.

Ana – who hails from Cuba – believes there’s even more disparity when it comes to Latina women, and wants to see “better roles” offered to more diverse actresses in the future.

She said: “It’s still very challenging for women in general to get a good part, there’s almost nothing … good roles for women, for Latina characters, are still so difficult to come by.

“I think we need to push for [better roles] … I think writers, directors, and producers and all the people who make those decisions and create those stories are realizing how

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