Jack & George at the Oscars

Lainey Posted by Lainey at February 25, 2013 19:53:48 February 25, 2013 19:53:48
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This might be my favourite photo of all the photos taken last night. Look at him. Look at Jack Nicholson. When did he become your cuddly Uncle Oscar? And will this be George Clooney in 25 years? Remember, Jack was George and Leo and more when it was safer to be wild. Roman Polanski did what he did at Jack Nicholson’s house. Full Story

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Most Oscar Alumni-esque: Sandra Bullock

Duana Posted by Duana at February 25, 2013 19:44:22 February 25, 2013 19:44:22
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I felt really strange about Sandra at the Oscars. I don’t know why exactly – I mean, part of me wishes she hadn’t worn a dress that showed side-bum skin, even faux side-bum that’s actually nude-coloured underlay. Her hair and stuff seemed kind of straightforward Sandra Bullock, so I don’t know why I couldn’t shake the feeling that she was out of place. Full Story

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Oscars Best Speech: Daniel Day-Lewis

Lainey Posted by Lainey at February 25, 2013 19:36:55 February 25, 2013 19:36:55
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They were essentially saying the same thing, Daniel Day-Lewis and Ben Affleck, right? They were appreciating their supportive wives. Ben chose to phrase it so that it was his wife’s primary responsibility to “work” on their marriage. DDL acknowledged that his wife had to deal with his artistic eccentricities, and somehow it was charming, while Ben’s probably didn’t sit well with many of us, right? What’s the difference? Is it the accent? Is it that DDL is a more accomplished public speaker? And the way the Miller-Day-Lewises behave on the campaign circuit as opposed to the Afflecks? All of the above? And besides, my God, he is just such an elegant, elegant man. Full Story

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Oscars Most Supportive: Bradley Cooper

Duana Posted by Duana at February 25, 2013 19:03:36 February 25, 2013 19:03:36
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Yes, I agree with most of you that BCoop looked kind of greasy, and not in the good way, with his hair all slicked back. But, unlike many, I’m a fan of the beard. Not just stubble, but a nice few days of mountain man. So he was already in my good books, even though it looked like it was going to be a tiny beard ponytail at one point. Full Story

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Oscars Most Underthanked: Jennifer Hudson

Duana Posted by Duana at February 25, 2013 18:43:02 February 25, 2013 18:43:02
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Jennifer Hudson saved the Oscars telecast. That is not too bold a statement; it was in a really ruinous space there for a while. They gave out one award to the most predictable winner of all – even if you were rooting for her, it was a hell of a long time between it and the next piece of something interesting. Full Story

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Best Oscar Recycling: Eddie Redmayne’s girlfriend

Lainey Posted by Lainey at February 25, 2013 18:22:43 February 25, 2013 18:22:43
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Duana and I just awwwweed over this. You might think we’re stupid. Or overtired. Check out Eddie Redmayne and his girlfriend Hannah Bagshaw last night at the Oscars. She’s wearing a green dress. Now click here. That’s from December, in New York, at an event honouring Hugh Jackman. Full Story

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Best Oscar Sports: Daniel Radcliffe & Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Duana Posted by Duana at February 25, 2013 18:12:19 February 25, 2013 18:12:19
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Suppose you’re an affable, lovable male actor in your 20s who’s generally respected and considered to be both talented and kind of a get-along guy – sooner or later you’re going to get asked to do something that is a little embarrassing or has the potential to be silly or great. Full Story

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Worst Oscar Taffeta: Jennifer Aniston

Lainey Posted by Lainey at February 25, 2013 17:52:31 February 25, 2013 17:52:31
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I hate red. I hate taffeta. Taffeta and red is like watching Big Bang Theory and Two And A Half Men back to back. It’s sh-t + sh-t, don’t care if it’s Valentino. And Jennifer Aniston chose to wear it last night at the Oscars. Look, credit to her for not wearing black again. But …that’s it. Full Story

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Best Oscar imitation of someone else – Salma Hayek

Duana Posted by Duana at February 25, 2013 17:33:07 February 25, 2013 17:33:07
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Salma Hayek looks absolutely beautiful. She’s stunning in this dress, even if the neckline reminds me of nothing more than a tree trunk. Can I say that and still be complimentary? I really do mean to. But the reason I say she’s an imitation of someone else is that Salma is usually the picture of lush excess. Full Story

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Worst Oscar Space Case: Amanda Seyfried

Duana Posted by Duana at February 25, 2013 17:20:11 February 25, 2013 17:20:11
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Amanda Seyfried actually kind of makes me laugh at the best of times, and though I thought the Jimmy Kimmel piece was really overdone, I did like the part where she broke it down dancing in Cosette’s clothes. She’s harmless, she’s entertaining at times, she’s pretty cute. My issue with Amanda at this point is mostly that I wish she cared about herself a bit more. Full Story

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