Now don’t get me wrong, Brie Larson is a beautiful (in a girl-next-door type of way) woman, but seriously, what’s up with those toes? Sure the dress she’s wearing forces the eyes to stay up north, but for those of us who like to venture off the beaten path certainly got a painful surprise. Come on, Brie! You can do much better than this!
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The new film ‘Kong: Skull Island‘ had a big, star-studded premiere at the Dolby last night in Los Angeles. Our favorites on the red carpet included the film’s lead actress Brie Larson and Christina Milian (not in the film). The film, which hits theaters this weekend, features a deep cast including A-list names like Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson and John Goodman. Here’s more about the film, along with trailer:
Not sure how many of you guys watched through the fireworks finale at the Oscars last night, but I’m sure your Facebook/Instagram/Twitter feeds are probably buzzing with clips of how everything collapsed on live television during the Best Film announcement.
Long story short, Warren Beatty didn’t have the courage to speak up. The man was holding the card for Best Actress (Winner: Emma Stone, “Lala Land”) as opposed to Best Film (Winner: “Moonlight”), but somehow he made the rapid mental substitution that he would simply disregard the category & actress name as some sort of freak typo and go ahead and allow his announcing partner Faye Dunaway to do the honors by reading the film name on what was obviously the incorrect card. This quick and dirty act of simply glossing over critical details is a common error in human misjudgment that psychologists have known about for years, but for it to present itself on such a grand stage in front of countless million viewers is simply amazing. I think it’s safe to say that people won’t forget the moment anytime soon.
For all the evening’s nominees and big winners, check here.
Here’s the full backstage interview with director Barry Jenkins and members of the “Moonlight” cast:
Apologies this post is coming so late in the day, but we were making sure we’re the absolute last “media outlet” to post photos from last night’s 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. We’re going with a portrait-heavy showcase of our favorite attendees on the red carpet. After looking at all these sparkling gowns for the past few weeks, I’m really looking forward to the Grammy Awards on February 12. OW!
With respect to the awards, it seems like the award shows are playing nice with the African-American community this year after a complete snub last year in the nominations & awards department. Three out of top four best acting winners went to well-deserved African-American actors—Denzel Washington for Fences, Mahershala Ali for Moonlight and Viola Davis for Fences. For a complete list of nominees and winners, check here.
As widely expected, Brie Larson scored big last night with an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in “Room”. If you’ve been following the award season, her latest win was simply the golden icing on a multi-layer cake that’s stuffed with trophies from a long list of award shows over the past couple months, so many congrats to Brie & her team. Unfortunately, the film’s subject matter really creeps me out, so I have yet to watch it. Any of you seen it yet, by chance?
The 26-year-old is slated to release two films this year, followed by the “King Kong” reboot “Kong: Skull Island,” which drops in 2017. Look for the actress to sign on to a many (many) more projects in the coming months following her win at the Academy Awards.
For a complete list of winners, check here.
Not sure how many of you guys have seen Brie Larson’s widely acclaimed film “Room,” but just by reading the plot, I can see why she’s winning so many best actress honors at various award shows (until now she has won @ Golden Globe Awards, Critic’s Choice Awards, and the SAG Awards) and it’s expected she’ll go on to win her first Academy Award later this month.
She was Jimmy Kimmel last night talking about all the awards she has won over the past month. Check out the clips from her hilarious interview below:
Trailer to the “Room”:
Here are our favorites from the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Award, which went down last night at the Shrine Auditorium in LA.
There weren’t any big surprises last night with respect to winners, so it looks like Leo will go on to win the Academy Award—unless of course he suffers a major snub. Aside for Leo winning for Revenant, Best Actress went to Brie Larson in “Room”. Idris Elba (“Beasts of No Nation”) and Alicia Vikander (“The Danish Girl”) won in the best supporting actors category. And finally, the film “Spotlight” won for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. For those of you looking for the complete list of winners, check here.
Brie Larson took home the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama) for her role in “Room”. Along with the red carpet and press room, Brie had also attended the BAFTA Awards Season Tea Party the day before. Oscar nominations are announced this week so we can only assume that her name will be listed amongst the nominees too.
Pictured: Brie Larson, Lupita Nyong’o and Katie Holmes
If we’re gonna shine the spotlight on the sexy and beautiful, we might as well also show a little love to those women who either tried a little too hard, completely misunderstood the theme or simply didn’t bring their red carpet A-game.
Pictured: Lupita Nyong’o
Pictured: Shailene Woodley, Jenna Fischer, Brie Larson, Alicia Hannah
The screening of A24’s The Spectacular Now took place at the Vista Theatre in Los Angeles. Based on “The Spectacular Now” by Tim Tharp, the film stars Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley. The film also stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Brie Larson, and Jennifer Jason Leigh, to name a few. Having premiered at Sundance, look for the film in theaters on August 2nd. Visit The Spectacular Now for more information and tickets.
Sutter Keely (Miles Teller) lives in the now. It’s a good place for him. A high school senior, charming and self-possessed, he’s the life of the party, loves his job at a men’s clothing store, and has no plans for the future. A budding alcoholic, he’s never far from his supersized, whisky-fortified Thirst Master cup. But after being dumped by his girlfriend, Sutter gets drunk and wakes up on a lawn with Aimee Finicky (Shailene Woodley) hovering over him. She’s different: the “nice girl” who reads science fiction and doesn’t have a boyfriend. While Aimee has dreams of a future, Sutter lives in the impressive delusion of a spectacular now, yet somehow, they’re drawn together. [Wiki]