Natalie Portman: We could hardly believe that Natalie was a mommy-to-be last night at the Oscars! The Black Swan star looked absolutely beautiful, and fashionable as ever in a deep purple Rodarte gown, accessorized with Tiffany jewelry.
Mila Kunis: The (other) Black swan star was nothing short of fabulous- Mila arrived in a gorgeous lavender gown designed by none other then Elie Saab!
Anne Hathaway: The Oscar hostess set the trend for incredibly stylish red gowns with her first (of four!) ensembles- a bright red strapless Valentino gown, paired with an extremely shiny diamond necklace. Perfection!
Last night, millions of people were gathered behind their TV to watch the 83rd Academy Awards Ceremony. Los Angeles was without any doubts the place to be. But let's be honest, the ceremony was tasteless.
Hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco were too much. They tried really hard to do their best but it didn't pay off. They are actors, not comedians.
Melissa Leo dropped the F-Bomb during her acceptance speech for her Supporting win in The Fighter: "When I watched Kate two years ago, it looked so f---ing easy." she said. Very classy.
Mila Kunis who plays Natalie Portman's prima ballerina rival in Black Swan confesses to W Magazine that getting there was anything but easy. It left her bruises and at the end, she was broken.
"I had never danced in my life," she admitted. "I trained for four months, seven days a week, five hours a day. I had one day off on my birthday. I lost 20 pounds. I tore a ligament. I dislocated my shoulder. I have two scars on my back. And it was worth every minute."
The movie is a real success and scored a Golden Globe nomination so the suffering was worth it. But it was the first and the last time you saw the 27-year-old actress in a tutu!
The 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were held Sunday, January 30th and Black Swan's Natalie Portman and The King's Speech's Colin Firth came back home with an other award to put on their library...
They both are the winners of an award for outstanding actor/actress in a leading role, which is kind of a reliable prognosticator of the February 27 Oscars...
According to NJ.com Entertainment, "The Screen Actor's Guild Awards is the only televised award show that focuses on honoring performers exclusively. So why should we put so much stock in the ceremony? Because the SAG Awards tend to predict the Oscars with about 75 percent accuracy."
Lea Michele of Glee looked stunning in a shimmering white Oscar de la Renta gown, belted in gold at the waist. The best part of her look was her bed-head Goldie-Hawn-esque hair. Very sex kitten. Lea’s cast mate, Heather Morris, looked sweet and innocent in a nude Romona Keveza princess-styled dress with jeweled accents on the bodice and a jeweled belt. Fellow Glee cast mate Jenna Ushkowitz opted for a gold-toned mermaid-shaped Badgley Mischa dress and rocked out her curves. The vertical ruffles were a little junior, but it was wonderful to see her out of character and in something with some sex appeal. Diana Agron (swoon) in a belted navy and black couture Chanel tea-length dress looked exquisite. She is way hotter in real life than she is on the show – that cheerleader outfit does not do her justice. Amber Riley looked hip in an Old Hollywood throwback Anne Barge gown.
Like Natalie Portman in Black Swan, the virginal White Swan, Nina Sayers, breaks from reality as she becomes the Black Swan. That is what Chanel’s spring 2011 show was-a break from reality. Lagerfeld displayed a magnificent dreamlike struggle between principal and style that was clearly intertwined within the fibers of his fashions. Vexing but coy, the collection flirted with boldness in its sequined leggings, spiderweb embroidery, and luxe chiffon's. The models were more than just pretty faces wearing ballet flats, they were walking canvas’s of Lagerfeld’s latest masterpiece.
That's the downside of the Oscars.
Every year, a bunch of actors and actresses end up disappointed following the nominations. They were acclaimed by the critics, and still...
This year, the announcement has been more particularly hard to swallow for five of them: Andrew Garfield (The Social Network), Ryan Gosling (Blue Valentine), Mila Kunis (Black Swan), Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right), and Mark Wahlberg (The Fighter).
And to really put the knife in, each of them saw a costar earning a nomination: Michelle Williams for Blue Valentine, Natalie Portman for Black Swan, Jesse Eisenberg for The Social Network, Annette Benning for The Kids Are All Right and Amy Adams, Christian Bale and Melissa Leo, all for The Fighter.
Blush! Rose! Electric! Pink is the undisputed color winner of the sartorial season, and Hollywood heavyweights aplenty trotted it out in stunning style at the 68th annual Golden Globe awards, held in Los Angeles this past Sunday.
Those who didn’t do the blushing hue were still perfectly on-trend, turning the red carpet into a runway of spring’s most beloved prints, shades, and silhouettes. The winners are…
Pretty in Pink: Proving that everything really does come up roses, Julianne Moore (in Lanvin), Lea Michelle (in Oscar de la Renta), Emma Stone and Claire Danes (both in Calvin Klein) donned the of-the-moment pink hue in varying shades, and ruled the red carpet.
Golden Globe Award Winner Natalie Portman is the new face of Miss Dior Cherie.
The printed ads have been shot by photographer Tim Walker and they feature Natalie Portman naked wearing only a black bow hearband.The campaign will also feature a TV commercial directed by Somewhere's Sofia Coppola.
That's a pretty good beginning of the year for the three months pregnant actress who already won two prizes for her Black Swan's performance and who's about to star in the comedy "Your Highness" costaring James Franco and Danny McBride, which is to be released on April 8, 2011.
The Hollywood Hilton held yesterday the Annual 68th Golden Globe Awards' ceremony hosted by an oafish Ricky Gervais.
The biggest winner of the night was "The Social Network" with not less than 4 Awards: Best Movie, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Score. The other big winners were "The Kids are All Right", "Glee", and "Boardwalk Empire", all of which won best in their categories. Natalie Portman won Best Actress for her incredible performance as a disturbed dancer in Black Swan and Colin Firth won Best Actor for "The King's Speech."
To see the full list of nominations and winners, visit www.goldenglobes.org/nominations
Next step, the Oscars...