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Another great Hollywood Vanity Fair bash… Stars, Stars, Stars

Vanity Fair upped its Oscar game last night. They build a huge multi level tented building in the parking behind Sunset Plaza. Traffic snaked back and forth on Sunset Boulevard in both directions. There was a big security plan, with metal detectors at the check in. And then you arrived[...]

DAVID HEYMAN NAMED MOTION PICTURE SHOWMAN OF THE YEAR CBS TELEVISION STUDIOS PRES. DAVID STAPF GETS TV SHOWMAN NOD CAROL BURNETT RECEIVES LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD ARLENE LUDWIG HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY WITH DISNEY

HollywoodNews.com: Hollywood publicity and marketing executives, producers, studio and network executives, celebrities and press gathered for the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE Local 600) 49th Annual Publicists Awards Friday (2/24) at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Rove McManus, Australia’s top talk show host and Tonight Show regular emceed the ceremonies. Julie Andrews and[...]

Oscars: Will Natalie Portman Lose Oscar?

By Paul Sheehan at GoldDerby.com HollywoodNews.com: As the saying goes, “Win on Saturday, lose on Sunday.” This axiom refers to the less-than-impressive track record of Indie Spirit winners repeating at the Academy Awards. Of the 48 Indie Spirit acting champs to contend the following day at the Oscars, only 10[...]

Geoffrey Rush the Best Supportive Actor

By Roger Friedman/Leah Sydney HollywoodNews.com: Geoffrey Rush plays Lionel Logue–the speech therapist–so brilliantly in “The King’s Speech.” But forget Logue–Rush should be playing Lionel “Jet Lag.” Since the beginning of December, Rush has been commuting back and forth from Sydney to Los Angeles on 48 hour turnarounds to help support the[...]

Kate Bosworth, Demi Moore added to Levinson’s ‘Bunch’

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Casting news out of Hollywood this morning. Demi Moore, Thomas Haden Church and Kate Bosworth have been added to the list of actors starring in Sam Levinson’s “The Reasonable Bunch,” a comedy about family members squabbling during a wedding. The trio joins Martin Landau, Ellen Barkin and Ellen[...]