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January 6th The GLOBES WEEKEND GETS SPORTY WITH OLYMPIC ROYALTY FOR 5th ANNIVERSARY “GOLD MEETS GOLDEN” EVENT Took place At THE SUNSET HOUSE

Article By: Marcelle - Jan• 08•18

When we think about A-List celebrities, we think of movie stars like Hugh Jackman andNicole Kidman, along with other producers and directors in the film industry. In these moments, the farthest thing from our minds probably are the Olympic Games. Which is odd, considering that during their time in the spotlight, Olympic Champions like Greg Louganis, Missy Franklin, and other Gold Medalists do receive extraordinary amounts of media coverage, endorsements, and acclaim worldwide. For the past five years, however, The minds behind the Golden Globe A

wards and The Coca-Cola Company have put together an event which brings both worlds together in a showcase which allows Film stars and Olympic Stars to gather and meet. This is event

is called “Gold and Golden,” an extravagant brunch to bring together celebrities, award winners, and Olympic medalists which inspire each other and the rest of the world with their efforts.

The event was catered by celebrity chef Cat Cora and featured an array of treats with edible gold flakes, gold champagne, a gold-infused chocolate fountain, and even delicious caviar which was served inside of golden eggshells. Another feature at the brunch was a styling lounge by TwentyFourSeven Cosmetics, a premium skin care line which has previously only been available in European Markets.

Celebrities along with Olympians on the list for this event included Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Jessica Chastain, Greg Louganis, Caitlyn Jenner, Jon Bon Jovi, Missy Franklin, and many more. The event was kicked off by an exclusive musical performance by Keala Settle, who will be performing her award-nominated original song “This is Me” at the Golden Globes award ceremony.

By Sir Christoper Stephens

Memorable color moments: Nominated Allison Janney teaches Olympic Swimmer Summer Sanders some tips for working a proper “red carpet pose”, leg twist and all.
Laurie Hernandez tells Ricky Martin that her whole family is a huge fan of his Latin Music, and would be jealous when she sees they have met!
Hugh Jackman searched for the Sydney 2000 torch in the Coca-Cola collection, and later gives Keala Settle and emotional introduction discussing the importance and impetus of female empowerment and celebration in EVERY discipline not just sports and hollywood.
Fellow Original Song Nominee Nick Jonas appreciates his competition but is thrilled to be nominated for his first Globe, however comments on being inspires by athletes having played a boxer himself. for many years
Jessica Chastain is impressed by Celebrity Chef Cat Cora’s vegan selections, amongst her gold-flared menu, and requests a special plate made
Billie Jean King signs the Coca-Cola 90th Anniversary Commemorative Snowboard
Jackie Joyner Kersee turns out to be a huge Real housewives fan, wanting to discuss all this reality with Beverly Hills’ Lisa Vanderpump
Gymnast and DWTS champion Laurie Hernandez fit s for two different downs from celebrity stylist Alexis Monsanto, either a bold red number or something more soft and sleek.
Nicole Kidman told many of the Olympians to not worry if they are still choosing a dress, because event the dat before she hasn’t even found one either

 

GLOBES WEEKEND GETS SPORTY WITH OLYMPIC ROYALTY
FOR 5th ANNIVERSARY “GOLD MEETS GOLDEN” EVENT
Top Hollywood Celebrities Nicole Kidman, Jessica Chastain, Allison Janney, Ricky Martin, Nick Jonas, Chrissy Metz, Matt Bomer, James Franco, Gillian Anderson and Evan Peters Welcomed Athletes, Olympians and Paralympians Nadia Comaneci, Bart Conner, Billie Jean King, Greg Louganis, Nastia Liukin, Laurie Hernandez, Alex Morgan, Summer Sanders, Carmelita Jeter, Ed Moses, Danell Leyva, John Orozco and more for Special Celebration on Saturday, January 6
LOS ANGELES, CA (January 6, 2018) – Hollywood has long been inspired by the sports industry and vice versa, but rarely do these two worlds have the chance to mix and mingle. On Saturday January 6, 2018, Los Angeles again welcomed some of the greatest athletes from across the world to celebrate during one of the year’s most Golden weekends. The fifth anniversary event also wished luck to the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games athletes, who will begin competing the following month. As the longest continuous corporate partner of the Olympic Games, “Gold Meets Golden 5” was presented by The Coca-Cola Company, and produced by CW3PR’s Charley Cullen Walters and the HFPA’s Scott Orlin.

To celebrate its historic connection to Hollywood and a 90-year association with the Olympic Games, The Coca-Cola Company transported guests through time to experience the history and impact of the Olympic movement. The iconic brand proudly displayed a rare collection of Olympic-themed memorabilia throughout the venue, celebrating historical connections to past-and-present Olympic greats and Hollywood icons. As the presenting sponsor of the Olympic Torch Relay, rare Olympic torches were on display. Guests were also be treated to eclectic culinary creations and Coke-themed food pairings by award-winning celebrity chef Cat Cora, including caviar in mini gold eggs and a gold-infused chocolate fountain.

 

“The Coca-Cola Company is proud to help Hollywood experience our storied, 90-year partnership with the Olympic Games,” said Dina Gerson, director, Olympic Marketing, Coca-Cola North America. “As we get closer to the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, we can’t wait to help generate excitement and support the athletes as our brands help fans around the world celebrate the most revered international sporting event.” Additional details on how Coca-Cola will support the Olympic Games can be found at: www.coca-cola.com/theOlympics

 

This year’s Celebrity and Athlete Styling lounge was presented by TwentyFourSeven Cosmetics, a brand specializing in premium skincare. Previously available to the European market only, Founder and CEO Sascha Zilger has collaborated with Los Angeles based businesswoman Abby Cubey in bringing this ultra luxurious line to the U.S. “Together, we will raise the bar and take beauty to a whole new level”, said Zilger. At the Styling Lounge, TwentyFourSeven will specifically be showcasing their #One lifting serum and anti-aging #Mask products and offering quick treatments to athletes and celebrities attending the Globes the next day, keeping their skin looking fresh, clean and glowing under any condition- on the red carpet or on the wintery slopes. More info can be found on their website, www.twentyfoursevenusa.com. The lounge will feature celebrity aesthetician Joshua Ross of “SkinLab,” a leading Los Angeles Aesthetic Clinic featured on this year’s season of ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.’ www.SkinLabUSA.com

With the recent announcement of the Olympics triumphant return to Los Angeles in 2028, Hollywood has been handed a fresh dose of Olympic Fever, and “Gold Meets Golden” will celebrate this and many other developments. “This year, I am thrilled to see so many powerful women taking part of the Fifth Gold Meets Golden,” said Nadia Comaneci who has hosted the event each year since its inception. “Their involvement spotlights female empowerment in sports AND Hollywood. This is a message that is very important to me as a female athlete. In the year of projects like Nicole (Kidman) and Reese’s (Witherspoon) ‘Big Little Lies,’ Billie Jean King’s story ‘Battle of the Sexes,’ and amidst many other barriers being broken by powerful women, now is the perfect time to celebrate the victories of all women amongst any adversity they might encounter.”

Party attendees were treated to the “Gold Meets Golden VR Experiences,” created by Oculus, a virtual reality hardware company, and Discovery VR, a leading content provider of immersive VR experiences. Since the event is all about inspiring each varying industries, Guests were be able to virtually step into the shoes of incredible athletes and experience Oculus’ stunning VR Hollywood film ‘Dear Angelica’ narrated by Geena Davis.

The photo op and social media experience at this year’s event was presented by emerging company BEV, a high quality, thoughtfully farmed, sustainably packaged, and unapologetically original brand started by entrepreneur Alix Peabody. The team coined a new hashtag campaign to embrace the female empowerment theme, #WomanUp. “As a new drinks and media company led by female entrepreneurs, we’re so excited to support Nicole, Nadia, and the inspiring and iconic women of Gold Meets Golden with Bev – a company that always encourages women to take control of their fun,” said Lily Bowers, head of operations for Bev. For more information on Bev please visit www.drinkbev.com

A special coffee station was provided by Bulletproof 360 , a cutting-edge food, beverage, and content company best known for the widely popular Bulletproof Coffee and starting the smart fat for fuel movement. The company provides science-based information, techniques, and products to help people take steps toward a sharper, stronger self through better performance, increased focus, and enhanced energy, making their products perfect for both Hollywood celebrities and Elite athletes. Founded by biohacker and New York Times bestselling author Dave Asprey, Bulletproof is on a mission to create products that radically improve lives. You can find Bulletproof products in Whole Foods and other leading retailers nationwide, Bulletproof Cafes, and online at Bulletproof.com and Amazon.com.
Carrying a traditional torch for the event started with last year’s performance of LA LA Land’s “City of Stars,” which won the 2017 award, this year’s Gold Meets Golden stage was occupied by Tony award-nominated Keala Settle, who performed her Globe-nominated hit “This is Me” from 20th Century Fox’s “The Greatest Showman.” A preview of the athlete’s gear from Nike and Ralph Lauren wasl also be on display.
Hollywood and the Olympic Games have had a long and successful history of intersection. Popular films such as “Chariots of Fire,” “Cool Runnings,” “Miracle,” “Blades of Glory,” “Ali,” “International Velvet,” “The Cutting Edge,” “Unbroken,” “Race,” “Eddie the Eagle,” and the current “I, Tonya” have all featured the Olympic Games as their backdrop. A special tribute reel will feature content of these favorite silver screen scenes throughout the years.

The special occasion took place at the newly refurbished House on Sunset, near the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Doheny Drive.

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THE GRAND OPENING of Ulloo 42 by Lise Abraham & Suzanne Currie LAUNCH On January 11th

Article By: Marcelle - Jan• 03•18

 

THE GRAND OPENING the red carpet launch party for
Ulloo 42
by Lise Abraham & Suzanne Currie
On January 11th at 1136 N. Highland ave in Los Angeles
Come spend an evening enjoying entirely unique, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces designed by Ulloo 42’s very own Suzanne Currie, accompanied by cocktails and canapés.

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Gold Meets Golden – The 5th Anniversary Saturday, January 6th, 11am – 2pm at The House on Sunset in Hollwood

Article By: Marcelle - Jan• 01•18

Gold Meets Golden – The 5th Anniversary

 

This annual brunch event draws top Globes-nominated celebrities and top Athletes and Olympians, and is covered by outlets in both Sports & Entertainment. The 5th Anniversary will also act as a Hollywood Send-Off to the athletes competing in the upcoming PyeongChang Winter Games, with a special focus on Empowering Women in Hollywood & Sport.

CONFIRMED TO ATTEND SO FAR: Nicole Kidman, Jessica Chastain, Octavia Spencer, Allison Janey, James Franco, Nick Jonas, Hugh Jackman, Matt Bomer, Chrissy Metz, Nadia Comaneci, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Greg Louganis, Billie Jean King, Nastia Liukin, Laurie Hernandez, Bode Miller, Danell Leyva, Conor Dwyer and More. Special Performance of “This is Me” from “The Greatest Showman” by Keala Settle with intro from film’s Hugh Jackman.

Food & Drinks by Celebrity Chef Cat Cora. Brand partners will participate in a Style Lounge, Bar and 360 VR Sports Demo.

PAST HOLLYWOOD ATTENDEES: Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, Jon Bon Jovi, Stacy Keibler, Kerry Washington, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Sofia Vergara, Matthew McConaughey, Matt Bomer, Sarah Paulson, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Naomi Campbell, Gina Rodriguez, Maria Shriver, Katie Holmes, Armie Hammer, Jessica Chastain, Seth Myers, Christian Slater and Hayden Panettiere

PAST ATHLETE ATTENDEES: Nadia Comeneci, Bart Conner, Simone Biles, Apolo Ohno, Gabby Douglas, Missy Franklin, Kerry Walsh-Jennings, Nathan Adrian, Evan Lysacek, Alyson Felix, Ashton Eaton, Terrell Owens, Mark Spitz, Aly Raisman, Mary Lou Retton, Greg Louganis, Caitlyn Jenner, Kobe Bryant, Nastia Liukin, Gracie Gold, Sasha Cohen, Dannell Leyva, Jake Dalton, Bonnie Blair, Dan Jansen, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Candace Cable, Amy Purdy. Jarred Wallace, Misty May Treanor, Al Joyner, Lolo Jones and Jason Collins.

FOCUS / MESSAGING: “This year, I am thrilled that the 5th Gold Meets Golden will take on a special focus, to highlight FEMALE EMPOWERMENT in both Sports & Hollywood. This is a message which is very important to me as a female athlete. In the year of projects like Nicole and Reese’s “Big Little Lies”, Billie Jean King’s “Battle of the Sexes”, and many huge barriers being broken by powerful woman in Sports & Hollywood, now is the perfect time to celebrate the victories of ALL women amongst ANY adversity they might encounter.” – Nadia Comaneci

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May your New Year’s Eve ring with laughter and cheer! Marking the start of a Blessed New Year!

Article By: Marcelle - Dec• 30•17

MARCELLE LEE /CEO AND STAFF at LA VARIETY MAGAZINE WISHING FOR ALL HEALTH, HAPPINESS, LOVE, SUCCESS

HOLY HOLLYWOOD HISTORY! A BATMAN ’66 RETROSPECTIVE AND THE FIRST EVER BATMAN EXHIBIT WEDNESDAY, JAN 10, 2018 AT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM

Article By: Marcelle - Dec• 30•17

HOLY HOLLYWOOD HISTORY!
A BATMAN ’66 RETROSPECTIVE AND THE FIRST EVER BATMAN EXHIBIT
WEDNESDAY, JAN 10, 2018 AT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM

BURT WARD, LEE MERIWETHER & BARBARA RUSH
AMONG THE BATMAN STARS
THAT WILL ATTEND TO HONOR THE SHOW, ADAM WEST & BURT WARD

THE GEORGE BARRIS EXHIBITION BATMOBILE FROM THE SHOW WILL MAKE A SPECIAL APPEARANCE AT THE JAN 10TH CELEB AND PRESS OPENING OF THE BATMAN 66 EXHIBIT

Hollywood, Ca – President and Founder of the world-famous Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building (www.hollywoodmuseum.org), Donelle Dadigan, announced today that, the Hollywood Museum is thrilled that Burt Ward and world renown Batman ’66 collectors, will work together in the first ever “BATMAN ’66” exhibit, opening to the public on Jan 12th 2018 – the same date as the 52nd anniversary of the 1966 premiere of the ABC TV series, “Batman.”

On Jan 10th 2018, The Hollywood Museum will turn Hollywood in Gotham City, as they project the iconic Bat Signal on the side of the historic Max Factor building, at a VIP unveiling gala for “HOLY HOLLYWOOD HISTORY! BATMAN ’66,” with special appearances by the show’s cast members and other stars in attendance.

The exhibit, which will consist of four popular sections (Wayne Manor, The Batcave, Gallery of Guest Super Villains, and The Collectibles of Batman ’66), will pay tribute to the memory of Adam West and honor the other half of the Dynamic Duo, Burt Ward, and the iconic show, still seen today in the U.S. and around the world weekly.

Last year’s release of Warner Bros animated films “Batman: Return of the Caped Crusader” and this year’s “Batman vs Two Face,” Batman ’66 is hotter than ever. Burt Ward (Robin), who has gone from Caped Crusader to Canine Crusader, with his nonprofit dog food, GENTLE GIANTS (www.gentlegiantsdogfood.com), helping dogs live twice as long, said “I never dreamed I would still be playing the same character 52 years later. I am thrilled that the Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building would honor our show in this way.”

The BATMAN 66 exhibit will feature original costumes and props from the show, which have not been seen since it originally broadcast from 1966-68. Dadigan says, “We have costumes and props that evoke one’s childhood memories of the ever-popular TV series, “Batman”. There is something for everyone – from the Batmobile and Batcycle to Burt and Adam’s original costumes worn during the show’s 120 episodes run on ABC TV Network, as well as guest villains – and one of my favorites – the original Dr. Casandra costume worn by TV and film star Ida Lupino, that has never been seen publicly before.”

Other highlights include original costumes and costumes recreated due to age and condition representing guest star villlians including The Riddler, The Joker, The Penguin, Mr. Freeze – to name a few; , life size sculptures of the three famous women who brought Catwoman to life (Eartha Kitt, Lee Meriwether and the original, Julie Newmar) with costumes, as well as Yvonne Craig (Batgirl), and more, including Adam West’s face and mannequin from 1966.

The extensive exhibit will also feature much sought after collectibles, including a the “gotta-have” children’s lunch box, action figures of every shape and size, batman and robin puppets, rare Batman Ice Cream boxes, drinking cups, board games, and many more extremely rare collectibles from 1966  to numerous to name and, in some cases, never before seen on public display
Thousands of hours have gone into mounting this exhibit and a dedicated team of Hollywood Museum staff and world- renown collectors, including Wally Wingert, Scott Sebring, Pat Evans, Tom Woodruff, Nate Truman, Mark Hardeman, Greg Maraio, Alex Zsolt, Christopher Chaisson, Bob Mitsch, Kelly DelCambre, Adrian Van Eck, Ivan Taback, Brian Puls, Chaz George, Buddy Rogers, Troy Maynus, Daniel Fopma, Dave Tripet, Grigg Espinoza, Rob Klein, Robert Jungweber , Donna Loren, have come together to loan amazing items that are now part of TV history – to help create this first ever Batman’66 exhibit, “Holy Hollywood History!” Wally Wingert has been named as the special Curator of this exhibit, with exhibit Organizer, Roger Neal.

Ward remarked “I am excited to see all of this. It will be like a homecoming to reunite with these items and to remember my friend and crime fighting partner, Adam West.”

As a special treat on Jan 10th the George Barris Exhibition Batmobile used in many tv shows and batman 66 promotions will make a special appearance in front of the Hollywood Museum, The Barris family said they are excited about this exhibit and look forward to having the #2 car used in the show at the opening.

REGULAR HOURS: Wednesday – Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
TICKETS: $15 Adults: $12 Seniors (62+): $12 for students with ID and $5 Children under 5.
ADDRESS: 1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd.), Los Angeles, CA 90028
MUSEUM INFO: www.TheHollywoodMuseum.com or Tel: (323) 

HOLY HOLLYWOOD HISTORY!
A BATMAN ’66 RETROSPECTIVE AND THE FIRST EVER BATMAN EXHIBIT
WEDNESDAY, JAN 10, 2018 AT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM

BURT WARD, LEE MERIWETHER & BARBARA RUSH
AMONG THE BATMAN STARS
THAT WILL ATTEND TO HONOR THE SHOW, ADAM WEST & BURT WARD

THE GEORGE BARRIS EXHIBITION BATMOBILE FROM THE SHOW WILL MAKE A SPECIAL APPEARANCE AT THE JAN 10TH CELEB AND PRESS OPENING OF THE BATMAN 66 EXHIBIT

Hollywood, Ca – President and Founder of the world-famous Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building (www.hollywoodmuseum.org), Donelle Dadigan, announced today that, the Hollywood Museum is thrilled that Burt Ward and world renown Batman ’66 collectors, will work together in the first ever “BATMAN ’66” exhibit, opening to the public on Jan 12th 2018 – the same date as the 52nd anniversary of the 1966 premiere of the ABC TV series, “Batman.”

On Jan 10th 2018, The Hollywood Museum will turn Hollywood in Gotham City, as they project the iconic Bat Signal on the side of the historic Max Factor building, at a VIP unveiling gala for “HOLY HOLLYWOOD HISTORY! BATMAN ’66,” with special appearances by the show’s cast members and other stars in attendance.

The exhibit, which will consist of four popular sections (Wayne Manor, The Batcave, Gallery of Guest Super Villains, and The Collectibles of Batman ’66), will pay tribute to the memory of Adam West and honor the other half of the Dynamic Duo, Burt Ward, and the iconic show, still seen today in the U.S. and around the world weekly.

Last year’s release of Warner Bros animated films “Batman: Return of the Caped Crusader” and this year’s “Batman vs Two Face,” Batman ’66 is hotter than ever. Burt Ward (Robin), who has gone from Caped Crusader to Canine Crusader, with his nonprofit dog food, GENTLE GIANTS (www.gentlegiantsdogfood.com), helping dogs live twice as long, said “I never dreamed I would still be playing the same character 52 years later. I am thrilled that the Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building would honor our show in this way.”

The BATMAN 66 exhibit will feature original costumes and props from the show, which have not been seen since it originally broadcast from 1966-68. Dadigan says, “We have costumes and props that evoke one’s childhood memories of the ever-popular TV series, “Batman”. There is something for everyone – from the Batmobile and Batcycle to Burt and Adam’s original costumes worn during the show’s 120 episodes run on ABC TV Network, as well as guest villains – and one of my favorites – the original Dr. Casandra costume worn by TV and film star Ida Lupino, that has never been seen publicly before.”

Other highlights include original costumes and costumes recreated due to age and condition representing guest star villlians including The Riddler, The Joker, The Penguin, Mr. Freeze – to name a few; , life size sculptures of the three famous women who brought Catwoman to life (Eartha Kitt, Lee Meriwether and the original, Julie Newmar) with costumes, as well as Yvonne Craig (Batgirl), and more, including Adam West’s face and mannequin from 1966.

The extensive exhibit will also feature much sought after collectibles, including a the “gotta-have” children’s lunch box, action figures of every shape and size, batman and robin puppets, rare Batman Ice Cream boxes, drinking cups, board games, and many more extremely rare collectibles from 1966 too numerous to name and, in some cases, never before seen on public display

HOLY HOLLYYWOOD HISTORY

Thousands of hours have gone into mounting this exhibit and a dedicated team of Hollywood Museum staff and world- renown collectors, including Wally Wingert, Scott Sebring, Pat Evans, Tom Woodruff, Nate Truman, Mark Hardeman, Greg Maraio, Alex Zsolt, Christopher Chaisson, Bob Mitsch, Kelly DelCambre, Adrian Van Eck, Ivan Taback, Brian Puls, Chaz George, Buddy Rogers, Troy Maynus, Daniel Fopma, Dave Tripet, Grigg Espinoza, Rob Klein, Robert Jungweber , Donna Loren, have come together to loan amazing items that are now part of TV history – to help create this first ever Batman’66 exhibit, “Holy Hollywood History!” Wally Wingert has been named as the special Curator of this exhibit, with exhibit Organizer, Roger Neal.

Ward remarked “I am excited to see all of this. It will be like a homecoming to reunite with these items and to remember my friend and crime fighting partner, Adam West.”

As a special treat on Jan 10th the George Barris Exhibition Batmobile used in many tv shows and batman 66 promotions will make a special appearance in front of the Hollywood Museum, The Barris family said they are excited about this exhibit and look forward to having the #2 car used in the show at the opening.

ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM
See 10,000 Authentic Show Business Treasures spotlighting more than 100 years of Hollywood history – from the Silents to Talkies, to Hollywood’s Golden Era, Film Noir, Television and its Pioneer Years, through the rebellious 60s, special effects 70s, evolving 80s, involved 90s, technological 2000s, and beyond to current day heartthrobs! The Hollywood Museum’s exhibits showcase the best in film, network and cable television, and new digital platforms featuring iconic and fan favorites! Named one of the top tourist attractions by LA Weekly, voted one of the Top 10 Museums in LA by the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board, and annually receives the Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor. Located in the heart of Hollywood, at the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Highland Ave – The Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building is the “Official Museum of Hollywood” and offers visitors the most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world featuring the glamour of Hollywood legends and stars – past, present and in the making…. See one-of-a-kind costumes, props, photographs, scripts, stars’ car collections, personal artifacts, posters, and memorabilia from favorite stars, films and TV shows. The Hollywood Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

REGULAR HOURS: Wednesday – Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
TICKETS: $15 Adults: $12 Seniors (62+): $12 for students with ID and $5 Children under 5.
ADDRESS: 1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd.), Los Angeles, CA 90028
MUSEUM INFO: www.TheHollywoodMuseum.com or Tel: (323) 464-7776

FOLLOW THE MUSEUM:
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TWITTER: @HollywoodMuseum
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PR FIRM FOR BURT WARD & EXHIBIT
NEAL PUBLIC RELATIONS
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