Posted by Jack as TV at 8:00 AM EDT on Mar, 06 2014
Aging was never a problem for some of Hollywood’s veteran actresses, since they managed to experience it gracefully. So, in honor of their recent Oscar showcase, I still think we can tap these fine ladies…
Posted by Jack as Celebrific Sighting Pictures at 8:00 AM EDT on Mar, 05 2014
Sure, we tuned in to the 86th Academy Awards to see if our bets got even as little as a nod, but the pretty ladies’ appearances are just as luring! Check out our 5 stunning picks below:
Posted by Peter "Paparazzi" Fielder as Mischief & Mayhem at 10:54 PM EDT on Mar, 02 2011
Can an Oscar win for “Best Supporting Actor” in the hit movie The Fighter help fix Christian Bale’s family? His mom sure hopes so.
Jenny Bale and her 37-year-old son haven’t spoken to one another since he broke down in a hotel suite back in July 2008, attacking his mom and his sister Sharon right before the London premiere of The Dark Night.
Now Jenny says of his win:
“I hope this Oscar can bring us together. The family are so pleased for him. This Oscar is well deserved. I saw other celebrities there with their mothers and got upset,” adding “I would have loved to have been there by his side. I’d love for Christian to walk through the door right now and. I’d give him a big hug and a kiss and we could forget about the last three years. I don’t know why he’s doing this.”
Posted by Chris Franklin as Celebrities at 2:56 AM EDT on Feb, 28 2011
Natalie Portman trained in the art of Ballet for a year before taking on her role in David Aronofsky’s critically lauded film Black Swan and her hard work paid off with Portman taking home her first Academy Award at Sunday nights awards ceremony.
In the movie Portman played troubled ballerina Nina Sayers and during her speech she had this to say:
“I truly, sincerely, wish the prize was to get to work with my fellow nominees. I’m so in awe of all of you.”
Posted by Chris Franklin as Mischief & Mayhem at 2:30 AM EDT on Feb, 28 2011
As Oscars night 2011 drew to a close a bit of controversy arose after it was pointed out that three well known Hollywood talents were left off the shows “In Memoriam” montag which highlights top Hollywood mainstays who passed since the last Academy Awards show.
Last year Farrah Fawcett was left off the montage and this year Corey Haim, who died of an accidental drug overdose on March 10, 2010 was not seen, just as he was left off the SAG Awards’ own In Memoriam.
Also missing was Peter Graves who died of a heart attack just four days after Haims and All In The Family’s Betty Garrett who passed earlier this month on February 12, 2011.
Posted by Chris Franklin as Movie News at 1:54 AM EDT on Feb, 28 2011
Early Oscar talk darling The Social Network was only able to pull in awards for best adapted screenplay (Aaron Sorkin), best soundtrack (Trent Reznor) and best film editing, while The King’s Speech pulled in top honors for best actor, best director and the coveted best picture among various other categories.
From the “F Bomb” being dropped to some big upsets, here’s the full list of Oscar 2011 Winners:
1. Best Picture: “The King’s Speech.”
2. Actor: Colin Firth, “The King’s Speech.”
3. Actress: Natalie Portman, “Black Swan.”
Posted by Chris Franklin as Movie News at 12:56 AM EDT on Jan, 26 2011
If you worked on the The Kings Speech in 2010 you have reason to celebrate, your heralded movie has delivered with 12 Oscar nominations.
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences today announced this years Academy Award nominations and the 83rd annual event delivered pretty much what we expected with The King’s Speech gaining a bunch of nods, 127 Hours receiving some attention and the Social Network appearing numerous times.
Here’s the 2011 Academy Awards nominees full list:
Posted by Chris Franklin as Celebrities at 1:34 PM EDT on Nov, 29 2010
Oscar producers Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer said in a statement Monday:
“James Franco and Anne Hathaway personify the next generation of Hollywood icons— fresh, exciting and multi-talented. We hope to create an Oscar broadcast that will both showcase their incredible talents and entertain the world on February 27.”
Posted by Chris Franklin as Celebrities at 11:22 PM EDT on Nov, 28 2010
Justin Timberlake wants an Oscar for his role as Napster founder Sean Parker in the smash hit biopic The Social Network and industry sources are now saying that he’s begun to heavily campaign for the award. Timberlake currently has six Grammy’s and two Emmy’s.
According to the Page Six Column of The New York Post, Timberlake is preparing an aggressive campaign to be nominated for the top acting award.
Timberlake already has a Facebook campaign supporting his bid for the Oscar.
Posted by Chris Franklin as Movie News at 1:37 PM EDT on Jun, 23 2010
The Academy Awards Board Of Governors is currently deciding if the show should get a makeover, including a move from March to January when the show airs in 2011.
A January air date would make sense considering the show currently honors shows from the prior year 3 full months after that year has ended
Oh, Sandy! The 45-year-old Sandra Bullock was honored and dishonored in the same weekend. She took home the Worst Actress trophy for her movie All About Steve at the Golden Raspberry Awards on Saturday, March 6th, a day before bagging the Best Actress award at the Oscars for her role in The Blind Side.
Sandra Bullock at the Oscar Awards last night
Posted by Rachel as Awards & Accolades at 5:15 PM EDT on Feb, 25 2008
Missed the awards? Completely clueless as to who was even nominated? Shame, shame, shame. But lest you look like a complete idiot tomorrow, when everyone else is abuzz about who won, what they wore, and what they said, here’s a
complete list of winners and nominees.
Posted by Rachel as Awards & Accolades at 5:10 PM EDT on Feb, 25 2008
Daniel Day Lewis took home the Best Actor trophy for There Will Be Blood. This is the second Oscar for the English actor (the first was for My Left Foot.
While accepting his award from last’s year’s Best Actress winner Helen Mirren, Day-Lewis said, “That’s the closest I’ll ever come to getting a knighthood.”
Best Actress Marion Cotillard won Best Actress for her portrayal of singer Edith Piaf La Vie en Rose. “We’ll, I’m speechless now,” she said. “Thank you, life. Thank you, love. It is true, there are some angels in this city [Los Angeles].” A fantastic feat for someone who couldn’t even speak English before, as she revealed in a charming interview with the New York Times.