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One of my favorite categories for the Academy Awards is Actress in a Supporting Role. Past winners have included such greats as Catherine Zeta-Jones for her role as Velma Kelly in Chicago. And who can forget Whoopi Goldberg’s comedic brilliance and win for Ghost? Then there was Tatum O’Neal’s breakout performance in Paper Moon. I think it’s going to be a close race this year, and I’m excited to see what (or who) the nominees will wear, who they are with, and of course which lady takes home the Oscar. Read More
The 84th Academy Awards show is quickly approaching, and we’re set to cast our votes for a few of the most-important categories. Let’s take a look at the nominees for Best Actor and what they bring to the table.
In honor of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 DVD release, we decided to have a down-and-dirty TwiHard vs. Anti-Twilighter debate. Luckily, two of Blockbuster’s own are very passionate about their respective Twilight views. Heather and Sarah will face off in a no-holds-barred steel cage match. Two opinionated ladies enter, one opinionated lady leaves! Let us know in the comments whose side you’re on. Read More
This week, movies, the real housewives and Adele top our list of entertainment stories of the week. Read on!
Tomorrow kicks off Fashion Week in NYC, and mostly I care because of watching The Rachel Zoe Project and going “bananas” over the super sweet outfits and vintage designer dresses that cost more than most people’s first cars. You start to believe everyone needs a $16,000 Birkin bag from Hermes (except not really because that’s nuts). Even Tim Gunn puts a realistic limit on bag shopping and suggests Macy’s, which seems much more feasible for the average buyer. It also helps that he’s one of their spokespeople — but whatevs, back to Fashion Week. Since I won’t be able to attend (somehow my invites went missing), I’ll get my fill of fashion by catching up on some movie and TV favorites. Read More
Check out all the major entertainment stories of the week right here. I’ve created a list of quick and easy-to-read snippets of everything worth knowing in celebrity news.
If you’re anything like me, your movie Queue is 60% movies you want to watch, 20% movies your significant other wants to watch, 10% movies you both want to watch, and 10% movies you feel smarter for having in your Queue. With those odds, it’s not every day you have a movie at home that you are both psyched to see. This is my current state of affairs. For the past two weeks, our coffee table has been the resting place for The Help and Death Wish 3. I think it’s fairly obvious whose pick is whose. I really want to watch my movie, and my husband really wants to watch his, but we’ve been married long enough to know neither of us is willing to sit pleasantly through two hours of the other’s choice. This leads me to today’s topic: movies you won’t have to bribe your other half to watch with you. Read More
If you like cute doggie pics; Gary Oldman; movies about debauchery; or news about called-off marriages, read on. All of those things top our list of entertainment news of the week.