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One photo into this week's gallery and a child is already crying. It's going to be a good week!

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Actor David Spade flashes a little Blue Steel at the premiere of "Casa de mi Padre" in Hollywood last week.

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Actress Patricia De Leon, arriving at the premiere of "Casa de mi Padre" in Hollywood last week, prompts Caption Writing Person to question whether the expression "flashes a little Blue Steel" should have been saved for this photo.

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Jose Luis "El Puma" Rodriguez barely squeezed behind actress Mariann Gavelo at the premiere of "Casa de mi Padre" in Hollywood last week.

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And when we say "barely squeezed behind," we mean it!

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Ken Jeong poses for a photo that he will always treasure at the premiere of "Casa de mi Padre" in Hollywood last week.

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So why exactly was this young girl crying at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Toronto on Monday?

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Was it A) because cast member Liam Hemsworth was mesmerized by his own fingers and ignored her?

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Or b) because cast member Josh Hutcherson really sucks at signing autographs?

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Or C) because she realized Hutcherson is, frankly, a bit of a dork?

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And the answer is C!

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Here is Elizabeth Banks at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" in London, England, last week.

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And here is Elizabeth Banks at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Paris a day later.

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And here she is at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles on March 12. A few more premieres and she'll have a complete pack of Lifesavers!

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Here is Brie Larson at the premiere of "21 Jump Street" in Los Angeles last week.

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Brie wasn't the only cheese at the premiere of "21 Jump Street" in Los Angeles last week. Richard Grieco attended, too.

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"Cheese!" [snort]

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And now a musical interlude: Bruce Springsteen, left, and Steven Van Zandt continue a 30-year tradition of yelling into the microphone together during Springsteen's "Wrecking Ball" concert tour premiere in Atlanta last week.

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We know, we know, Robert Morse at a screening of the AMC series "Mad Men" in Los Angeles last week.

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A fan who speaks for us all tries his heroic best to plug Springsteen's yell-hole with his fist.

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Back on the red carpet, director Terence Davies is the quintessence of subtlety as he escorts Rachel Weisz into the premiere of "The Deep Blue Sea" in New York City last week.

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Actress Cloris Leachman is the quintessence of the poorly chosen shirt and bra combination at the premiere of "Mirror Mirror" in Los Angeles on Saturday.

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Julia Roberts is the quintessence of "tooth" at the premiere of "Mirror Mirror" in Los Angeles last week. And possibly also "nuts."

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"Do not bother us here at the premiere of 'American Reunion' in Los Angeles on Monday!" commands actor John Cho. "Move on immediately!"

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Gladly. Child actor David Mazouz, star of the new Fox series "Touch," attends the show's premiere in New York on Sunday in a natty silver suit and a rakish scarf.

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Actor Kiefer Sutherland (left) gently explains to his nattily attired young costar David Mazouz that when the day comes that he has worked in show business for 30 years and carried an internationally syndicated hit series for a network for eight seasons, he, too, can try to dress like the star of the goddamn show. Punk.

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Oh hello, Mrs. Sutherland. Was your husband Kiefer also able to attend the premiere of the Fox series "Touch" in New York on Sunday?

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