LOS ANGELES – Hollywood recalls the glamor stairs of the film premieres as a custody destroyed or forced home by…
LOS ANGELES – Hollywood recalls the glamor stairs of the film premieres as a custody destroyed or forced home by celebrities and other southern California residents.
Red carpets for the Sandra Bullock movie “Bird Box” and “Under the Silver Lake” with Andrew Garfield were interrupted Monday, said an American film director’s festival spokesman.
It followed the decision to intercept AFI Fest’s Sunday red carpet for filmmaker brothers Ethan and Joel Coens “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs”.
Separately, Paramount broke a red carpet and after-party for “Instant Family” with Rose Byrne and Mark Wahlberg.
While the premiers dropped their shine, there were few reports of industrial production hit by the firefight that killed two and destroyed more than 300 homes. The fire started on Thursday and raced against Malibu and the Pacific, leading to evacuations in Malibu and nearby areas, including Calabas and Agoura Hills.
The Comedy Centrals “Drunk History” series resumed production on Monday in Los Angeles after taping was stopped Friday at King Gillette Ranch, a Santa Monica Mountains park, due to the fire burning in the distance.
Celebrities including Gerard Butler and Caitlyn Jenner shared their loss or luck online after discovering the fate of their characteristics.
“Returned to my house in Malibu after evacuation,” Butler wrote in Instagram post next to a photo showing a burned structure and a burned vehicle. “Heartbreaking Time Over California. Inspired as ever by the courage, the spirit and the victims of firefighters.”
“Half-gone” said the Scottish actor (“300”) in a video showing embers, ashes and what’s left of his home.
Robin Thickes Malibu-home was destroyed, according to his representative. The singer told Instagram that he, his girlfriend and his two children are “safe and surrounded by friends and family” and were grateful to firemen.
“When we drove in safety, they risked the life of trying to save our home,” said Thicke.
Lady Gaga, who evacuated her Malibu home and sent online on Friday because she was wondering if it would “burst into flames”, visited a Red Cross Sunday Sunday.
“This is an emergency, but you’re not alone,” said actress pop star evacuated in a video of her comments published by TMZ.
The firemen raised an evacuation order on Monday, but they warned residents in southern California to be alert as strong winds were new fires.
In northern California, at least 29 people were confirmed dead in the wilderness as wrecked paradise, similar to the deadliest fan in state history. The search for organs continued Monday.