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This isn’t the first “pretending to be a celebrity” video we’ve seen uploaded to YouTube, but it might be the one that reaped the most benefits for the pseudo celeb.
Irina Shayk came out swinging at the Oscars Vanity Fair After-Party.
He lost out to Alfonso Cuaron for Best Director, but Steve McQueen will be remembered for so much more from the Oscars. His incredibly awkward clapping when John Ridley won for McQueen’s film “12 Years a Slave” for best adapted screenplay has incited the masses to believe he and Ridley are feuding. Prepare for the
There were a number of really wonderful moments from Sunday’s 86th Annual Academy Awards: Lupita Nyong’o’s acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress, host Ellen Degeneres joking with June Squibb and the Bette Midler revival. However, there were a number of really not-so-wonderful moments and I’d like to share my top 10: 1. Jennifer Lawrence follows
Early on in last night’s Oscar telecast the award for Cinematography was handed out to the man who shot “Inception”. His name? Wally Pfister: Pfister is Christopher Nolan’s main cat, having shot the Batman movies as well as Memento, The Prestige, and Insomnia. He’s a quality talent and deserved the award. Truth be told, I’m
It’s almost Oscar day and we have exactly two categories to cover. Best director and best picture. These are clearly two of the biggest awards of the night and it should be really interesting to see how it all goes down tomorrow. I’ll cover best director today and save best picture for the big day!