What reason could People In Charge possibly have for allowing, nay, encouraging this to happen? I mean aside from ratings and masochistic nostalgia for 2017?
Oh right, it’s been roughly two months and we haven’t really heard from Faye Dunaway about what happened on the Oscars stage when she mistakenly announced La La Land as the winner of Best Picture, when Moonlight actually won. Dunaway says she felt “very guilty.”
By now, the great envelope disaster of 2017 has all but escaped our attentions, as the 24-hour news cycle has given us more things to be distracted, amused, and horrified by. Unless, of course, you’re Shirley MacLaine. If you’re Shirley MacLaine, you’re still trembling at the thought, which—because you can’t stop…
Had the Oscar for Best Picture been awarded to Moonlight without incident on Sunday night, The New Yorker’s Michael Schulman likely would have written a more typical party report, filled with observations about who ignored whom, and overheard conversations between Nicole Kidman and Emma Stone. But because of the, uh, …
No doubt you have been inundated with information and analyses regarding last night’s Best Picture announcement flub. But what the hell, here’s another nugget! It seems that the confusion might have been exacerbated by the tension between presenters Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty. You see, both wanted to announce the…
The wrong movie was given the Academy Award for Best Picture Sunday night. The error was discovered several minutes later, and the award quickly (and awkwardly) switched hands to the correct movie. This was not Warren Beatty’s fault. Nor was it Faye Dunaway’s fault. It wasn’t Matt Damon or Jimmy Kimmel’s fault. No,…
Nice moms are over. If a writer wants to make good, timely television these days, looking to Faye Dunaway’s tour-de-force in Mommie Dearest is apropos. Long live the evil cinematic mom.
In today's Tweet Beat, Samantha Ronson is listening to the world's best song, Roseanne Barr says something about Courtney Love that sounds about right and Faye Dunaway is not to be trifled with.
In today's Tweet Beat, Faye Dunaway is getting into Twitter and not a moment too soon, Demi Lovato has a lot of flannels and Rob Delaney and Patrick Stewart do their best to help out President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron in their time of need.
Tuck it away between McGriddles and that guy whose only dream in life is to be a human maxi pad in the Apocalypse Already Happened, We Just Missed It File: I have seen Patricia "Tan Mom" Krentcil's rap video, and it's AWFUL, but so awful that it's basically the 2013 version of "the Entertainment" from Infinite Jest.…
The 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival kicked off this week with lots of premieres and photo ops for which celebs dressed up. From Angelina's casual khaki to typical Tilda, we have the best and worst of the offerings.
The Academy Award-winning turns 70 years young today; to celebrate, why not don a beret and turn to a life of crime? Or maybe just watch Network.
Apparently sales are "slow" for Jennifer Aniston's fragrance.
The Social Network premiered at the New York Film Festival last night, and the celebrities in attendance were (mostly) dressed to impress, sticking to sleek suits and simple dresses.
You'll laugh, you'll cry. It's better than Avatar. [The WoW Report]
Director Roman Polanski has been arrested by Swiss police, at the request of the United States, after he tried to enter Switzerland to attend the Zurich Film Festival, where a tribute to his work is taking place. [CNN]
Apparently, Hilary Duff and Faye Dunaway are in a feud. Dunaway isn't happy that Duff was cast as Bonnie in the Bonnie and Clyde remake, saying she's not "a real actress." Duff shot back.
Miley Cyrus is seen "slanting her eyes" in a picture that's been circulating on the web.
People always cite Mommie Dearest as the end of Fay Dunaway's career as a legitimate actress, which is unfortunate. Her performance is campy and over-the-top, sure, but it's also kind of spot-on, especially considering the source material is traumatic childhood memories. The other thing is that she is unintentionally…
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