SAG Awards 2011 Articles
2011 SAG Awards hilights, gossip, photos, and video.
I’ve had hernias on the mind for days, when Charlie Sheen apparently busted one last week after an allnighter with a briefcase full of cocaine. Last night, while Lea Michele was over-working it on the carpet, I thought she was going to bust one too. The concentration on her face, while posing, and adjusting, sucking in, angling her shoulders, she had the focus and the determination of a Chinese kid practising piano – what’s up Amy Chua!?! I’m telling you, Victoria Beckham would have looked relaxed in comparison. Full Story
What an eyesore. And I don’t just mean the colour. It’s the colour and the details. The black details. That black belt. And those black shoes, made clunkier by contrast… it was all a little amateur. Which, frankly, I find rather endearing. She is the middle class girl in the movie who gets invited to the country club for the first time and doesn’t get it quite right. Full Story
Natalie Portman did nothing annoying last night. Ok maybe her clapping. But even I can concede that that’s really, really stretching. She looked lovely, her womb did not inform her acceptance speech, and I have to say I quite enjoyed the attitude she was throwing at Giuliana Rancic during the pre-show when she was asked about dumbass sounding baby names. Full Story
Also known as the sister of Lisbeth Salander, Rooney Mara. Kate is dating Max Minghella who starred with Rooney in The Social Network. They also, Kate and Max, worked together on an upcoming film called Ten Year. Kate is so periphery I normally wouldn’t include her in this kind of wrap-up but her dress and her headgear were so jarring when I was browsing through photos, I couldn’t not show you, just in case you missed her. Full Story
One of the Glee nominated clips they used during the telecast was Jane Lynch’s Sue Sylvester telling Naya Rivera’s Santana that she wasn’t down with “plastics”. Too bad they didn’t cut to Naya’s face right after. It’s particularly egregious on someone so young and beautiful, who clearly didn’t need to mess with nature, who, in doing so, looks increasingly freakish and distended. Full Story
Something really bothers me when I hear it, no matter who it is who says it, even actors I love. I hate whey they say “my cast”. And “my crew”. Like, who the f-ck are you? Is it so hard to make reference to “our cast”, “our crew”? Maybe for them it’s not a problem. Full Story