Oscars: Chris Evans, Mila Kunis play Hollywood Domino


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The kind of games usually associated with Hollywood aren’t so nice, but Thursday in Los Angeles the Oscars brought out a spirited bunch for an old fashioned evening of dominos.

The annual Hollywood Domino gala, hosted by founder Daya Fernandez, Bing and Circa, this year took over the Sunset Tower Hotel, welcoming a slew of young Hollywood things like Mila Kunis, Chris Evans, Kellan Lutz, Hayden Panettiere and Dave Annable with wife Odette Yustman.

While the Domino bash had a ‘40s Havana theme, ‘Captain America’ star Evans didn’t get the memo, rocking a tight sweater and jeans but still managing to command a lot of attention. Kunis kept it low-key as well, chatting with Emmanuelle Chriqui on the terrace for most of the evening.

After several rounds of Moet Chandon and mingling, ‘Family Guy’ creator Seth MacFarlane performed jazz standards and plenty of Frank Sinatra tunes for the crowd, sipping Jack Daniels and crooning away in his tux.


After his set, he seemed rapt in conversation with ‘Gossip Girl’ actress Jessica Szohr, while the likes of Nicky Hilton, Ali Larter, model Chris Zylka, Cuba Gooding Jr., Jenna Elfman and host Maria Menounos circulated.


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-- Matt Donnelly