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Superbad McLovin' it

SUPERBAD star Christopher Mintz was 'McLovin' Dublin's night life this week.

The US actor who is best known for his role as teenager McLovin in the hit comedy was spotted partying at the Wright Venue on Wednesday, after the Irish premiere of his new flick Friday Night.

And the Hollywood star also got to enjoy some gorgeous Irish company. Mingling with the star were some of this year's Miss Ireland contestants, including Miss North County Dublin Faye Rooney.

A source revealed that Christopher was "loving the Dublin night life and was a real pleasure to deal with".

wwwEX-Ireland soccer star Paul McGrath will be unveiling new artwork next week.

Taking place at the Inchicore Sports Centre, Paul is set to showcase a new collaborative artwork installation on the front wall of the centre.

Kicking off at 6pm on Wednesday the sports ace is helping celebrate the Inchicore Community Art and Sport Project.

The artwork is an 18m aluminium frieze of images taken from a series of over 30 community art and sport workshops that local people took part in with artist Mirjam Keune.

wwwDUBLINERS will get a taste of Hollywood next week when comedy actor Jason Bateman hits the red carpet for the Irish premiere of The Change-Up.

The actor, who stars in the new comedy flick alongside Ryan Reynolds and has worked with the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Vince Vaughn and Kristin Davis, is set to rub shoulders with Ireland's finest next Wednesday.

Jason will be at the premiere taking place at Dublin's Savoy Cinema on O'Connell Street from 6pm.

wwwBROWN THOMAS will unveil their new Autumn/ Winter range today.

Top presenter Donna Air will be MCing at the fashion luncheon all in aid of the ISPCC. Fashion labels such as Celine, Victoria Beckham, Dries Van Noten, Prada, Vionnet, Stella McCartney and Dolce & Gabbana will be showcased.

Some newcomers to the top Irish department store will be unveiled, including Tom Ford, Claudia Schiffer and Rachel Zoe.

wwwLIVE Aid hero Bob Geldof will be jetting in to Dublin on Monday to open Ireland's International Art Exhibition.

Dublin Contemporary is Ireland's largest-ever art exhibition, which will turn the city into a vibrant art gallery from September 6 to October 31.

Artworks include a 6m long ceramic squid and a crib with a multi-TV screen.