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Jennifer Lawrence: 2013 Oscars Best Actress Winner

Jennifer Lawrence garnered the Best Actress Award for her role in Silver Linings Playbook during the 85th Academy Awards.

“This is nuts,” she said during her acceptance speech. “Thank you to the best producing team. And to Bradley [Cooper] and our entire cast. Thank you so much. Thanks.”

Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty), Emmanuelle Riva (Amour), Quvenzhane Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild) and Naomi Watts (The Impossible).

Edited: February 24th, 2013

Ben Affleck: To The Wonder Coming Out This Year

Ben Affleck keeps it casual as he takes his daugther Seraphina to a school play in Santa Monica, CA on May 20.

The 39-year-old actor can be seen next in Terrence Malik’s romantic drama To The Wonder.

The film centers around a man who reconnects with a woman from his hometown after his marriage to a European woman falls apart.

To The Wonder also stars Rachel McAdams and Jessica Chastain.

Although there is no official date set, the film is set to come out this year!

FYI, Affleck is wearing Tretorn Skymra Mid SL GTX sneakers.


Edited: May 22nd, 2012

Jean Dujardin Wins Best Actor at the Oscars

Jean Dujardin picked up the Best Actor award for his role in The Artist.

“I love your country,” said Dujardin during his acceptance speech. “Thank you to the Academy. So many of you here tonight have inspired me. Thank you to the wonderful cast and crew.”

Dujardin was up against Demian Bichir (A Better Life), George Clonney (The Descendants), Gary Oldman (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) and Brad Pitt (Moneyball).

Edited: February 26th, 2012

Meryl Streep: Best Actress in Drama Winner for The Iron Lady

Meryl Streep took home the Best Actress Award in Drama for her role in The Iron Lady.

“Well when Rickey Gervais deal fell through and they came to me to play Margaret Thatcher,” Streep joked.

“This is such a thrill. I saw so many extraordinary performances by women in leading roles this year, “ she continued. “Thank you to all the cast and crew. I’m so proud of and film and I’m so grateful.

Viola Davis (The Help), Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin), Rooney Mara (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) and Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs) were also nominated.

Edited: January 15th, 2012

DVD Review: Happy Endings

Rarely does a show come along that comes close to the much loved and adored Friends.

However, add a stellar cast that includes Elisha Cuthbert (24), Zachary Knighton (FlashForward), SNL alum Casey Wilson and a great set of writing to the mix and Happy Endings sure gives Friends a run for its money.

Eliza Coupe (Scrubs), Adam Pally (Californication) and Damon Wayans Jr. (The Other Guys) round out the cast.

The breakout comedy follows a witty group of friends whose social life is given a jolt by the breakup of the couple who bought them all together.

The Two-Disc DVD set features all 13 episodes including “Mein Coming Out.”

For those that didn’t see the episode, time to stop reading this and see it! The episode is proof that the show works – on all levels.

In “Mein Coming Out” Penny (Wilson) meets a nice guy at a bar whose last name happens to be Hitler. She attempts to get used to the name by imaging if they married what her name would appear like.

Enough said.

The DVD also features deleted scenes, outtakes and a Mark Douglas Parody Theme Song.

Edited: September 26th, 2011

Margo Martindale: Best Supporting Drama Actress Winner

Justified’s Margo Martindale beat out Kelly Macdonald (Boardwalk Empire), Archie Panjabi (The Good Wife), Christine Baranski (The Good Wife), Michelle Forbes (The Killing) and Christina Hendricks (Mad Men) in the 2011 Emmys Best Support Actress in Drama category.

“I’m so honored to be nominated amongst all these amazing actresses,” Martindale said during her acceptance speech. “The writers are genius and poetic.”

Edited: September 18th, 2011

Jim Parsons: 2011 Emmys Best Actor Winner

Jim Parsons won best actor during the 2011 Emmys Awards for his portrayal as Sheldon in The Big Bang Theory.

This is his second Emmys award.

“I was assured by many people in my life that this wasn’t happening,” said Parsons during his acceptance speech. “I’m so proud to do that show and thank you for recognizing me and the show too.”

Parsons beat out Alec Baldwin (30 Rock), Louis C.K. (Louie), Steve Carrell (The Office), Johnny Galecki (The Big Bang Theory) and Matt LeBlanc (Episodes).

Edited: September 18th, 2011

Naomi Watts, Rachel Weisz and Rebecca Hall: Up for The Trade

Naomi Watts, Rachel Weisz and Rebecca Hall are up for two female leads in The Trade, a film based on the true story of former Yankee pitchers Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson, who traded wives in 1972.

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are reportedly set to reunite on screen for the film.

According to reports, the double marriage took place in Oct. 1972, but the news didn’t leak to the public until spring of the next year. Kekich is reportedly very affected by the news of the film and does not want his real-life story to hit the big screen.

Edited: February 25th, 2011

First Look: Glee “Thriller” Episode

Check out the first images of Glee’s upcoming episode where the cast does a rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”

The special episode, which will premiere following this year’s Super Bowl, will be sports-themed and will focus on McKinley High’s football championship and Sue Sylvester’s cheerleaders.

The post-Super Bowl episode will air on Feb. 6 following Super Bowl XLV.

Additionally, the episode will feature music from Black Eyed Peas, Lady Antebellum and Katy Perry.

Are you excited for the Thriller episode?

Sound off in the comments!

Edited: January 10th, 2011

Gwyneth Paltrow Will Reprise Glee Role

According to Glee creator Ryan MurphyGwyneth Paltrow will be reprising her role as Holly Holliday for two episodes.

Murphy confirmed the storyline, saying: “Gwyneth is coming back for two episodes. She’s coming back specifically to date Will [Matthew Morrison]. Those two have become really good friends in real life and had really good chemistry. She’s coming back as a sex education teacher. Gwyneth and I are emailing, talking every week: What are we gonna sing? We’re trying to do something fantastic. So she’ll be [in episodes] 15 and 16. She comes back [to film] in January and she’s with us for three and a half weeks I think.”

Murphy also added that Lady GaGa’s upcoming single Born This Way will be featured on an episode, which will be centered around closeted gay bully Karofsky.

” I love that that song is anthem,” Murphy said. ”This show is by nature optimistic and I think a character like Karofsky could turn to booze or pills or alcohol and kill themselves or do something dark. But I also love Max and I love that character and I sorta want that character to have a happy ending. So I don’t really know what that’s going to be, but I do know we’re going to do a whole episode that’s about that song.”

Edited: January 10th, 2011

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