The stars are in perfect alignment on Hollywood’s brightest night _ the Oscar awards The Academy Awards is without question Hollywood’s biggest night, a time when the world stops to gawk at its celluloid heroes. Here’s an insider’s look from the Kodak Theatre at what you are not seeing on camera. ___ Sentimental favorite Jeff Bridges … Continue reading Inside the Oscar show on Hollywood's biggest night
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Sandra Bullock wears Oscar statuette-inspired gown among fashion-forward looks Sandra Bullock dressed the part at Sunday’s Academy Awards: She wore a gleaming, metallic, slim-fitting gown that seemed fashioned after the Oscar statuette itself. The dress was a winner, making the best actress one of many who stepped up their style on what is considered Hollywood’s most important runway … Continue reading Bullock wears `Oscar' gown, other stars take risks
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Jeff Bridges won a best actor Oscar on Sunday, his first ever Academy Award, for his role in “Crazy Heart” as a drunken country singer who finds redemption. Bridges, the brother of Beau Bridges and the son of screen star Lloyd Bridges, was previously nominated for an Oscar four times but had never walked away with the … Continue reading Jeff Bridges wins best actor Oscar in "Crazy Heart"
10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Oscars
10. Marilyn Monroe may have famously sung Happy Birthday to JFK in 1962, but 1953’s Best Actress Oscar winning Audrey Hepburn’s version was the last one the President ever heard when she sang it for his last birthday in 1963.
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9. Theater owners were banned from selling snacks during the run of Ben Hur, 1959 Best Picture. The movie was deemed to be too much of an artistic event to be denigrated by popcorn and candy.
Yes indeedy, once again it’s time for Hollywood’s annual dazzling extravaganza, the sparkling glitz and glamour of the Academy Awards! And for your pleasure, here are four delightful Oscar short films. First, we have “An Oscar Montage: Eighty Years of Memories,” which is is an engaging short film paying tribute to eighty years of Academy Award Memories. Then, we have “Highlights from Thirty Exciting Years of Oscars,” a three-minute short film, which highlights three decades at the Academy Awards. This is followed by a short experimental art film about The Oscar, “The Oscar: A Documentary.” And finally, we have a short film that humorously reviews some of the most abominable films ever produced, “Oscar Slumming: The Worst Cinematic Crap Ever Made.”
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