Saturday, October 9, 2010

A NIGHT AT THE BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL WITH WARREN BEATTY

Ok, so now that I have your attention. One of  the fun things about living in Hollywood is you never know when you are going to see a movie star. Shallow as it sounds it's always a little bit of  a thrill to see someone like Mr. Beatty. So I'm at the Polo Lounge having cocktails with friends and there he was in the booth right next to ours, looking not quite like this, but  regal and handsome and  oh so, the movie star, and did I say tall, well I'm telling you now, he's tall.


16 comments:

Midcenturymadam said...

How do you not gawk? I think I'd have a hard time acting casual. That's so cool! Keep dropping those names. Remind us all that there are still real stars out there... it isn't all about Bristol Palin or Justin Bieber. Please.

Suzanne said...

Still can't believe he is Shirley MacLaine's brother...however, I think his wife Annette is a great actor and pretty too.

Oh, and yes, you did capture my attention with THAT photo! :) Cuteness!

VoiceTalk said...

And dark and handsome?

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

To die for, how fab was that.

Barbara said...

You know, in the 10 years I lived in LA, I never went there. Oh well, live and learn...

Mlle Paradis said...

but where was annette? and i'm kind of with suzanne, just have never seen where the dna overlapped vis a vis sissy.

he's a cool dude tho, never cooler than in bonnie and clyde.

Vintage Christine said...

I read that he and Annette are having marital problems due to a difference of opinion over their gender-changing daughter, so I hope they get through the turmoil. My sister and I lived in LA for a short time and the biggest star I saw was the time we were having lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe and in walks Joan Collins and I remember being so shocked seeing all her wrinkles! This was when she was on Dynasty and she was so beautiful on TV, so all I can say is thank god for heavy makeup!

Hollywood forever, Kevin said...

The wife, Annette, was nowhere to be found. All the same, if I'm not mistaken his first film was A Splender in the Grass, with Natalie Wood. If you guys haven't seen it's a must.

Hollywood forever, Kevin said...

For the record, although I've been to the hotel many times. I don't think I've ever been to the Polo, the diner downtstairs is more my speed.

Straight Talking Mama! said...

I love those moments, cos for a minute you kinda think, is it, is it?

1950's_atomic_ranch_house said...

Funny, I have never been 'star struck'. I think I always knew, actors are just people like you and me.

Oh I adore movies and admire the work of some actors and actresses very much, but always thought of them as regular folks.

I recently had the opportunity to speak with a very high profile gent on several occasions, and I got the sense he was relieved that I treated him as if he were, just as I said: a person like you and me. =)

maison21 said...

i used to poo-poo the polo lounge for some reason; now i make sure all my all my out-of-town guests end up there (and the chateau) for some good old fashioned celebrity sightings. it almost never fails.

Kathy said...

"Splendor..." was great.."Bonnie and Clyde" too...but my favorites are more current... "Reds"and of course my all time favorite of his.."Bulworth".That ending...."you coming?..." sigh K

Angie said...

Oh I think he's such a good looking man!!!! How fun!

the gardeners cottage said...

hi kevin,

i like warren beatty. he's so hollywood. my no. 2 son works in malibu at the rrl store and regales me w/star sightings and his conversations w/them. his stories are so fun to listen to. i like hearing about the ordinary things they doand their quirky shopping habits. our govenor for instance is a crack up.



~janet

La Dolfina said...

Very cool!!
How are you?
Call Chris, he's totally in to helping you :)
xx