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Argo

When militants seize control of the U.S. embassy in Tehran during the height of the Iranian Revolution, CIA agent Tony Mendez… Read More

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Iranian government officials are saying a big “Argo f*ck yourselves” to Hollywood filmmakers this week, as they plan to sue those involved with the Best Picture Oscar winner over claims that the film is an “unrealistic portrayal” of the country.

According to an… Continue reading Iran Plans to Sue Over ‘Iranophobic' Oscar Winner ‘Argo'

Louise Roe Dishes on Her Oscar Night Out!

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02/25/2013 at 07:00 PM ET

louise roe 300x400 Louise Roe Dishes on Her Oscar Night Out!Courtesy Louise Roe

Fashion Star host, style MVP and Fashion Week blogger Louise Roe spent her weekend in Oscar heaven, rubbing elbows with the big stars and covering the red carpet for Access Hollywood. She blogged about her experience for PEOPLE StyleWatch; catch all the fun below!

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Elton John‘s 2-year-old son Zachary rubbed elbows with Hollywood’s elite at his dad’s famous Oscar bash in Los Angeles Sunday night, and we’ve got shots of the event right here on radio detection and rangingOnline.com.

The Tinseltown tot wore a tuxedo to match his dads Elton and David Furnish, and a bowl cut reminiscent of Elton’s younger days.

PHOTOS: The Stars Shine At Elton John’s Oscar Party

Bono, Kim

  • Moviefone Presents…

    This year’s winners!

  • Most Extreme Role Adjustment

    <strong>WINNER:</strong> Kristen Stewart, “Breaking Dawn, Part 2″ And “On The Road” The epic variance of these roles cannot be understated. Stewart went from playing the sweet, naive Bella (hesitant to kiss) to playing the sexually rebellious Marylou (multiple sexual partners) — literally a cinematic leap for the young actress.

  • Best Singing by Men (Ensemble)

    <strong>WINNER:</strong> “The Hobbit” Dwarves You’d think “Les Miserables” would win

  • Cuba Gooding, Jr., Best Supporting Actor for “Jerry Maguire” (1996)

    Remember “Show me the money?” So charming, so loud. That was Cuba Gooding, Jr., as a hotshot football player in Cameron Crowe’s amiable comedy/drama “Jerry Maguire.” Unfortunately for Gooding, Jr., he followed his win with a slew of box office duds, including “What Dreams May Come,” “Instinct,” “Chill Factor,” “Rat Race,” Snow Dogs,” “Boat Trip,” and “The Land Before Time