BAFTA 2010 Articles
BAFTA 2010 hilights, gossip, photos, and video.
Well who else would it be? He was the Best Actor. His costars were the Best Supporting Actors. His film was the Best Film. Colin Firth went home and they called her Your Majesty. Also, I just tried to spell that with a “G” and got told off by spellcheck and for that I blame Madonna. But I digress. Full Story
Cut off her head and, well, wouldn’t you expect that it was Blake Lively wearing this dress? Maybe Blake Lively wouldn’t have worn that choker. So 90s. But you get the idea, right? There’s so much titty action happening here, and I’m not sure Jennifer Lawrence means to be the titty action kind of girl, Mystique notwithstanding. Full Story
Two actresses – one a veteran, in the third act of her career, the other an ingénue, perhaps trying to terminate the first act of her career to begin a long, long second act that will see her emerge from underneath the heavy weight of a beloved literary character to embody a new roster of characters that will truly test her talent. Full Story
Written by Duana Prevailing wisdom says Minnie – who has had a series of ridiculously hard knocks in the romance department, but who works steadily if not flashily – can act. I don’t doubt it’s the case. I have yet to see Barney’s Version, mostly because to a person, everyone I’ve asked has said “I really want to finish (read: Start) the book first. Full Story
The blue is lovely on her. Really, really sharp. It’s Versace. (The Jolie wears Versace a lot. I wish she’d chosen this for herself at the Golden Globes instead of looking like she’d just walked out of a polygamist sect.) I do love the double braid. A LOT. (Should I do this for the Oscars?) But that still doesn’t explain for me why Jessica Alba is at the BAFTAs. Full Story
Written by Duana Email exchange: Lainey: Unless - do you care about Neve Campbell? Because YIKES.Me: She is my girl crushLainey: Oh Christ. Yes, ‘another one’. The facts are as follows: Campbell is Canadian, and before she was Julia Salinger, she played a parallel-universe Brenda Walsh type (well, if Brenda was chilled) called Daisy on a show called Catwalk. Full Story