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A host of celebrities turned out for the Art of Elysium Halloween Ball on Saturday, October 30, in LA, and LookToTheStars.org’s Hollywood Insider Maxine Tatlonghari was there for this exclusive report.
Halloween in Hollywood is kind of a big deal. After all, we have access to some of the best costume departments in the world! So choosing where to spend it can be a big decision. Last Saturday night (October 30), Be Cause and The Art of Elysium held its 5th Annual Halloween Ball to benefit children being treated for illness and serious injury … and this is where we chose to kick off our night.
The Party was held at brand new venue 1616 in downtown LA. I’m a West Hollywood girl, so going this far east is a bit of a trek by LA standards… but this edgy new venue was a total treat. It lent itself to a good lay-out to separate the Silent Auction from the dancing.Other attendees at the Ball included: Jennifer Stone, Liz Friedman (LA Ink) dressed as Kat Von D, Ryan Eggold (90210) fairy prisoner, Jessica Stroup (90210) dressed as a bumble bee, Carter Bays (How I Met Your Mother), Michael Raven (Celebrity Jeweler) , Katie Cleary (actress), Charlene Amoia, Toby Regbo and many more.
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I just came across this on his agency, but he’s not listed in the IMDB for it.
TOBY REGBO is Samuel in Lone Scherfig’s ONE DAY.
I searched and its said to be out next year.
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It’s a good thing that 18-year-old actor Toby Regbo was a quick study-he had an allergic reaction to his first drama class. “They had us stand in front of a mirror and pretend to be a plant,” he recalls. “I thought, ‘Oh, shit. Is this what drama is going to be like?’?” Impatience paid off for the London teen, who found another theater group run by an agent who got him into auditions. Two guest spots on British TV helped him get cast as the young Dumbledore in the highly anticipated final two Harry Potter films–a.k.a. one of the rare golden tickets in the cinematic lottery. Part one lands in theaters this month. “The part I play means so much to certain people,” he reflects. “They send you very intense mail, saying everything from ‘I hope it goes well for you’ to ‘Don’t mess it up or I’ll kill you.’?” Having played overburdened adolescents in both the 2009 film Mr. Nobody and the West End play Tusk Tusk, Regbo seems to be cornering the market on young alienated types. He will star alongside Ellen Burstyn and Marcia Gay Harden in the upcoming comedy Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You. In the movie, Regbo plays James Sveck, a sexually confused high school senior who rejects just about everything. “It’s searingly accurate about what it’s like to be this age,” says Regbo. “Because James is so self-aware, he can never invest himself in anything fun.” Aside from overinvested Harry Potter fans, Regbo is also acclimating to the online scrutiny that has come with his father’s tendency to google him. “I was at the BFI London Film Festival and this photo of me got put up online,” he says. “My father sent me a link to the article, which was from a website called something like hairandbeautycelebrities.com. It was analyzing my haircut. And it had been cut by my grandmother about 20 minutes before I got to the premiere.”
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Source: Interview Magazine.