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SPECIAL EXHIBIT
“Celebration of Entertainment Awards”

The Hollywood Museum Presents “Celebration of Entertainment Awards” Special Award Season Exhibition –February 4 through April 26

HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 20, 2015  A life-size model of The Grand Budapest Hotelthe Dodge Challenger driven by Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler, the painter’s outfit worn by Amy Adams in Big EyesFrances McDormand’s floral mother-of-the-groom dress from Olive Kitteridge, and the red leather jacket worn by Viola Davis in How to Get Away with Murder are among the many costumes, props and memorabilia on display at The Hollywood Museum’s annual “Celebration of Entertainment Awards. This special exhibition, spotlighting the magic of movies and television excellence at the height of the awards season, runs from February 4 through April 26. The Hollywood Reporter is the media sponsor. Spirits were presented by Partida Tequila.

“Hollywood is the center of the entertainment world, and The Hollywood Museum, located in the heart of Hollywood, has the perfect opportunity to showcase the best of this year’s films and TV shows, paying tribute to the stars, the studios and the contributing Guilds,” says museum Founder and PresidentDonelle Dadigan.  

Visitors to the museum will have an opportunity to seecurated pieces from Motion Picture awardwinners and nominees, including Big Eyes, Boyhood, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, FoxcatcherNightcrawler, The Grand Budapest Hotel and Wild, among others.

 Award-winning and popular TV shows on display include Alpha House, Dancing with the StarsHow to Get Away with Murder, House of Lies, Hot in Cleveland, Mad Men, Modern Family, Portlandia, Olive Kitteridge, Ray Donovan, Silicon Valley, The Good Wife, The Newsroom, The Strain, True Blood and The Walking Dead, among others.

“There is something for everyone of all ages at The Hollywood Museum. This is where you can discover the glamour of old Hollywood, from Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe to costumes and red carpet fashion from today’s awards contenders,” states Dadigan. 

The exhibition also showcases award statuettes from the Oscars®, Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award®, Golden Globes®, Emmys®, Screen Actors Guild Awards®, People’s Choice Awards®, Independent Spirit Awards®and Art Directors Guild Awards®.

A look at red carpet fashion over the years is on display with dresses worn by Marilyn Monroe, Sharon Stone, Cate Blanchett, Lucille Ball and Barbara StanwyckAlso presented are Judy Garland’s costume from A Star Is Born(1954), (Golden Globe®, Best Actress); Oscar®winner Shirley Temple’s costume from Curly Top (1935) and Oscar®winner Elizabeth Taylor’s costume worn in Malice in Wonderland (1985)among many others. Also displayed are Hannibal Lector’s mask and props from Silence of the Lambs (1991), (Oscars® for Best Picture, Adapted Screenplay, Director, Actor and Actress).

The ultimate destination for tourists and movie fans, The Hollywood Museum is located in the Historic Max Factor Building, right across the street from where the Oscars® will be held on February 22. 

The Hollywood Museum gratefully acknowledges the contributions for “Celebration of Entertainment Awards” Exhibit including: ABC, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Amazon Studios, AMC, Annapurna Pictures, BBC Worldwide Productions, Broadway Video, Canon USA, CBS, Crosby Productions, DWTS Productions, Farnsworth Entertainment Productions, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Fox Searchlight, FX Network, Ghostlight, HBO, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, IFC, IFC Films, Independent Spirit Awards, Lionsgate,MGM, Open Road Films, People’s Choice Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Showtime, Sony Pictures Classics, Television Academy, Tim Burton Productions, TV Land, Twentieth Century Fox, Twentieth Century Fox Television, UROK Productions and The Weinstein Company among others.

THE ORIGINAL MODEL FROM THE OSCAR®-WINNING GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL  ON EXCLUSIVE DISPLAY AT  THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM

Adam Stockhausen, the Oscar®-winning production designer from The Grand Budapest Hotel, is pictured with the film’s model.

The Hollywood Museum, which houses the most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world, today announced that the original model from the Oscar® award – winning  The Grand Budapest Hotel is on exclusive display in the museum’s Celebration of Entertainment Awards Exhibit. Visitors will have a chance to view the bright-pink nine-feet by 14-feet model up close, which was created by Adam Stockhausen, who recently took home the Academy Award® for Achievement in Best Production Design. 

Adam stopped by The Hollywood Museum on Saturday to see his handiwork before speaking at The Art of Production Design Oscar® -nominee panel hosted by the Art Directors Guild and the Set Decorators Society of America.

The Grand Budapest Hotel won a total of four Oscars® including Best Production Design, Costume Design, Makeup & Hairstyling, and Original Score.

The design of the film emerged from the collaboration between Wes Anderson and Adam Stockhausen. Stockhausen, who previously worked on The Darjeeling Limited, Moonrise Kingdom and Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave, knew this film would be a creative experience unlike any other. “We worked across these tiny, beautiful, little towns, and being there you become immersed completely in that world,” he says. “It became a very special journey.”

The Celebration of Entertainment Awards Exhibit, which opened February 4 and is scheduled to run through Sunday, April 26, offers visitors a chance to see hundreds of authentic costumes, props, set designs and memorabilia from nominated films and TV shows. Highlights include the Dodge Challenger driven by Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler, costumes worn by Amy Adams in Big Eyes, Frances McDormand’s mother-of-the-groom dress from Olive Kitteridge and the red leather jacket worn by Viola Davis in How to Get Away with Murder, among many others.

 
 
 
 
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