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March 18, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Actor Ryan Phillippe has sold his home in Hollywood Hills West for $6 million. With a master suite that takes up an entire level, the gated five-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom house contains 7,600 square feet of living space. Among its features are a gym, a media room and separate guest or office space. The more than half an acre of grounds includes a swimming pool with underwater speakers, a spa and an outdoor kitchen. Stressing the privacy and security of the “Zen-modern retreat,” listing details note that the two-story entry hall was used as a gym. Phillippe, 38, starred in "The Lincoln Lawyer" (2011)
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December 2, 2013 | By Amy Kaufman
In high school, my bedroom wall served mainly as a canvas for displaying '90s teen heartthrobs. And somewhere between Devon Sawa and Ryan Phillippe, Paul Walker had his place. He was certainly more than deserving of a spot with those periwinkle eyes, that chiseled jaw and just the vaguest suggestion of facial hair. He was the epitome of a California surfer bro -- a specimen not easily found in the Massachusetts suburb where I grew up. But I still had his poster -- a 1999 Teen magazine cover, to be precise, boasting “He's All That (AND MORE!
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March 22, 2013 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Whether it was the two-story entry hall that doubled as a gym or the 60-foot swimming pool with underwater speakers, Ryan Phillippe's tricked-out home in Hollywood Hills West enticed a buyer to shell out $6 million. Still, that wasn't enough to spare the actor from the pain of the housing bust. Public records show that Phillippe bought the property for $7.175 million in 2008, after his eight-year marriage to actress Reese Witherspoon ended. Stressing the security and privacy of the "Zen-modern retreat," the unusually colorful listing details note that the gated house can "stopperrazzi" and provide an escape from "the drone of urban existence.
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August 16, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
New couple alert! Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long are reportedly dating. The "Lovelace" star, 27, and the "iSteve" actor, 35, have been spotted together a few times this summer and, according to recent reports, they've been all cozy and canoodley. They were most recently spotted Thursday at Cecconi's restaurant in West Hollywood looking as if they were on "a dinner date," a source told People. PHOTOS: Celebrity portraits by The Times "She was in a festive mood," the source said.
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October 19, 2006 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
RYAN PHILLIPPE went through a lot of soul searching after his first child, Ava, was born seven years ago. After being cast as a teen dream in such hits as "I Know What You Did Last Summer," Phillippe began questioning whether acting was really his chosen calling -- "Should I be doing something more important than making movies? Was it substantial enough?" Phillippe, 32, decided to be more discriminating in the type of roles he would accept.
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March 23, 2008 | Jenny Sundel
AT THE "Stop-Loss" premiere at the Directors Guild of America on Monday, soldiers and veterans, both in and out of fatigues, showed up to support the Iraq war flick. It seems 1. Ryan Phillippe and director Kimberly Peirce, who got a case of the giggles on the red carpet, also donned a uniform of sorts: white shirt and coat. 2. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, second from right, bonded with wounded vets, the Army's Salvador Sanchez, left, Estaban Gomez and Joyce Espinosa and Marine Art Williams, all of whom earned Purple Hearts while serving in Iraq . After the heavy film, guests lightened up with a shindig in the lobby, which was transformed into a club complete with gray sharkskin banquettes and tunes by DJ Lee Dyson.
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March 1, 2008 | From the Associated Press
The Black Eyed Peas frontman on Friday released another star-studded music video in tribute to the presidential campaign of the Democratic senator -- this one is titled "We Are the Ones." Backed by a simple vocal refrain of "O-ba-ma! O-ba-ma!," stars such as Jessica Alba, Ryan Phillippe, Kerry Washington and George Lopez explain why they support Obama while others, such as Macy Gray, croon the candidates' last name to the will.i.am-penned melody. The song is a follow-up to his inspirational video "Yes We Can," a viral sensation that has garnered more than 5 million hits on YouTube.
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December 2, 2013 | By Amy Kaufman
In high school, my bedroom wall served mainly as a canvas for displaying '90s teen heartthrobs. And somewhere between Devon Sawa and Ryan Phillippe, Paul Walker had his place. He was certainly more than deserving of a spot with those periwinkle eyes, that chiseled jaw and just the vaguest suggestion of facial hair. He was the epitome of a California surfer bro -- a specimen not easily found in the Massachusetts suburb where I grew up. But I still had his poster -- a 1999 Teen magazine cover, to be precise, boasting “He's All That (AND MORE!
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March 27, 2008 | Rachel Abramowitz, Times Staff Writer
"YOU felt like a monster," says Ryan Phillippe, describing how he felt barging into Muslim homes on Ramadan, one of the holiest holidays. "We were there in full gear, with these assault rifles, on what's akin to their Christmas. We were barging into people's actual homes to shoot those scenes. I felt incredibly uncomfortable and ashamed at the time." They weren't really looking for insurgents in Morocco, which was doubling for Iraq, just acting. For his role in "Stop-Loss," directed by Kimberly Peirce ("Boys Don't Cry")
ENTERTAINMENT
August 16, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
New couple alert! Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long are reportedly dating. The "Lovelace" star, 27, and the "iSteve" actor, 35, have been spotted together a few times this summer and, according to recent reports, they've been all cozy and canoodley. They were most recently spotted Thursday at Cecconi's restaurant in West Hollywood looking as if they were on "a dinner date," a source told People. PHOTOS: Celebrity portraits by The Times "She was in a festive mood," the source said.
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March 22, 2013 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Whether it was the two-story entry hall that doubled as a gym or the 60-foot swimming pool with underwater speakers, Ryan Phillippe's tricked-out home in Hollywood Hills West enticed a buyer to shell out $6 million. Still, that wasn't enough to spare the actor from the pain of the housing bust. Public records show that Phillippe bought the property for $7.175 million in 2008, after his eight-year marriage to actress Reese Witherspoon ended. Stressing the security and privacy of the "Zen-modern retreat," the unusually colorful listing details note that the gated house can "stopperrazzi" and provide an escape from "the drone of urban existence.
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March 18, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Actor Ryan Phillippe has sold his home in Hollywood Hills West for $6 million. With a master suite that takes up an entire level, the gated five-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom house contains 7,600 square feet of living space. Among its features are a gym, a media room and separate guest or office space. The more than half an acre of grounds includes a swimming pool with underwater speakers, a spa and an outdoor kitchen. Stressing the privacy and security of the “Zen-modern retreat,” listing details note that the two-story entry hall was used as a gym. Phillippe, 38, starred in "The Lincoln Lawyer" (2011)
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December 2, 2011 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Actor Ryan Phillippe has put his home in the Sunset Strip area up for sale at $7.45 million. With a master suite that takes up an entire level, the gated five-bedroom, seven-bathroom house contains 7,600 square feet of living space. Among features are a gym, a media room and separate guest or office space. The more than half-acre of grounds includes a swimming pool, a spa, a sauna and an outdoor kitchen. Phillippe, 37, starred in "The Lincoln Lawyer," released earlier this year, and "The Bang Bang Club" (2010)
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March 28, 2008 | Kenneth Turan, Times Movie Critic
Four thousand Americans and counting have died in Iraq, and the litany of unsuccessful films about that part of the world -- "The Situation," "Redacted," "Rendition," "The Kingdom," "In The Valley of Elah" among others -- is growing as well. Do not add “Stop-Loss” to that list. "Stop-Loss" is a film that does it right. The story of a young American soldier played by Ryan Phillippe who resists an order to return to Iraq, "Stop-Loss" covers some of the same territory as those other features.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 27, 2008 | Rachel Abramowitz, Times Staff Writer
"YOU felt like a monster," says Ryan Phillippe, describing how he felt barging into Muslim homes on Ramadan, one of the holiest holidays. "We were there in full gear, with these assault rifles, on what's akin to their Christmas. We were barging into people's actual homes to shoot those scenes. I felt incredibly uncomfortable and ashamed at the time." They weren't really looking for insurgents in Morocco, which was doubling for Iraq, just acting. For his role in "Stop-Loss," directed by Kimberly Peirce ("Boys Don't Cry")
ENTERTAINMENT
March 23, 2008 | Jenny Sundel
AT THE "Stop-Loss" premiere at the Directors Guild of America on Monday, soldiers and veterans, both in and out of fatigues, showed up to support the Iraq war flick. It seems 1. Ryan Phillippe and director Kimberly Peirce, who got a case of the giggles on the red carpet, also donned a uniform of sorts: white shirt and coat. 2. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, second from right, bonded with wounded vets, the Army's Salvador Sanchez, left, Estaban Gomez and Joyce Espinosa and Marine Art Williams, all of whom earned Purple Hearts while serving in Iraq . After the heavy film, guests lightened up with a shindig in the lobby, which was transformed into a club complete with gray sharkskin banquettes and tunes by DJ Lee Dyson.
BUSINESS
December 2, 2011 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Actor Ryan Phillippe has put his home in the Sunset Strip area up for sale at $7.45 million. With a master suite that takes up an entire level, the gated five-bedroom, seven-bathroom house contains 7,600 square feet of living space. Among features are a gym, a media room and separate guest or office space. The more than half-acre of grounds includes a swimming pool, a spa, a sauna and an outdoor kitchen. Phillippe, 37, starred in "The Lincoln Lawyer," released earlier this year, and "The Bang Bang Club" (2010)
ENTERTAINMENT
March 28, 2008 | Kenneth Turan, Times Movie Critic
Four thousand Americans and counting have died in Iraq, and the litany of unsuccessful films about that part of the world -- "The Situation," "Redacted," "Rendition," "The Kingdom," "In The Valley of Elah" among others -- is growing as well. Do not add “Stop-Loss” to that list. "Stop-Loss" is a film that does it right. The story of a young American soldier played by Ryan Phillippe who resists an order to return to Iraq, "Stop-Loss" covers some of the same territory as those other features.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 1, 2008 | From the Associated Press
The Black Eyed Peas frontman on Friday released another star-studded music video in tribute to the presidential campaign of the Democratic senator -- this one is titled "We Are the Ones." Backed by a simple vocal refrain of "O-ba-ma! O-ba-ma!," stars such as Jessica Alba, Ryan Phillippe, Kerry Washington and George Lopez explain why they support Obama while others, such as Macy Gray, croon the candidates' last name to the will.i.am-penned melody. The song is a follow-up to his inspirational video "Yes We Can," a viral sensation that has garnered more than 5 million hits on YouTube.
NEWS
October 19, 2006 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
RYAN PHILLIPPE went through a lot of soul searching after his first child, Ava, was born seven years ago. After being cast as a teen dream in such hits as "I Know What You Did Last Summer," Phillippe began questioning whether acting was really his chosen calling -- "Should I be doing something more important than making movies? Was it substantial enough?" Phillippe, 32, decided to be more discriminating in the type of roles he would accept.
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