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March 2010

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Pictures from Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party

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Enjoy!


[Katy Perry]


[Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer]

[Katy Perry]


[Hilary Swank]


[Jennifer Hudson]


[Vanessa Hudgens]


[Gabrielle Union – Yay Color!]


[Jessica Simpson]


[Serena Williams]


[Anjelica Huston]


[Jennifer Westfeldt]


[Bill Maher and girlfriend Cara Santa Maria]

Sunday

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March 2010

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That Guy From ‘Only You’ Just Won an Oscar

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I’m not sure if I am the only person on the planet that loves the Robert Downey Jr. and Marisa Tomei film ‘Only You.’ Well the guy in the film that played Bonnie Hunt’s Husband ‘Larry,’ just won an Oscar for ‘The Cove.’ Way to go Fisher Stevens! I don’t know about you, but I am popping in my ‘Only You’ DVD and watching it again.

Sunday

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March 2010

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Sunday

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March 2010

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Best Dressed at the Oscars 2010

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[Sandra Bullock]


[Queen Latifah]


[Maggie Gyllenhaal]


[Jennifer Lopez]


[Kate Winslet]


[Cameron Diaz]


[Nicole Richie]


[Sarah Jessica Parker]


[Tom Ford – can he please be straight and marry me?]


[Demi Moore]


[Keanu Reeves]

Sunday

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March 2010

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Entertainment Weekly Needs to Back-off of Barbara Walters

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Mr. Ken Tucker, of Entertainment Weekly, wrote a piece about how he did not enjoy Barbara Walters Oscar special.  Not only did he not enjoy this one, he seems to have not enjoyed any of them.  I am sure you can predict where I am going with this one.  I am a die hard Babs fan, and how dare he insult the Queen!  Lay off Mr. Tucker.  See a pic of Walters holding her Lifetime Achievement Award below.

Sunday

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March 2010

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George Clooney Might be the Nicest Guy in Hollywood

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George Clooney arrived at the Oscars, and he stayed outside for quite some time to greet the fans before walking the red carpet.  I love him.  Clooney’s reputation as a Hollywood nice guy began on ER when he hit it big as a movie star before his contract was up.  Instead of kicking and screaming to get out of his contract like everyone other actor in that position would have, he sat pretty and finished his contract.  To top it off, he returned to ER for the final episode.  Did I mention that I love him?

Sunday

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March 2010

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Impending Doom: Millions of People May not be able to Watch the Oscars

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As many have heard, Cablevision and ABC are in the midst of a contract dispute just in time for the Oscars.  Here’s the issue: Cablevision is a cable television company with over 3 million subscribers in New York.  It is the fifth largest cable television company in the United States.  WABC-TV (a station owned by ABC), has pulled its programming from Cablevision, unless a  new payment structure is agreed on.  ABC is blaming Cablevision, and Cablevision is blaming ABC.  ABC has just put a new proposal on the bargaining table, in hopes that an agreement can be reached in time for the Oscars.  We’ll see what happens.  The clock is ticking . . .  

Sunday

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March 2010

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Alice In Wonderland Comes in #1 at the Box Office

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‘Alice’ came in #1 this weekend with over 116 million dollars.  That sure is a lot of money.  The IMAX ticket prices greatly helped the film, and potentially solidified my worst fear: 3-D isn’t going anywhere for a very long time.  In fact, 65% of this weekend’s gross is attributed to 3-D sales.  Am I the only person that got a throbbing headache from Avatar?

Sunday

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March 2010

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James Cameron Still Supports ‘Hurt Locker’ Despite Controversy

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Why can’t all divorced couples keep this healthy a relationship? After the ‘Hurt Locker’ producer was banned from the Oscars for campaigning for votes, James Cameron defended Kathryn Bigelow (the director of ‘Hurt Locker’), stating that the producer’s actions don’t reflect at all on Kathryn Bigelow’s integrity.  Here’s my question: when Cameron says over and over again on the talk show circuit that he wants the Best Picture Oscar for Avatar, isn’t that “campaigning?”  Don’t all these guys do this?  Where’s the line?  I guess you just can’t email Academy members directly and ask for votes.  You have to be much sneakier about it. 

Sunday

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March 2010

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