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Ella (Lily James) meets the dashing prince Kit (Richard Madden) in the first of six new clips from Disney's Cinderella. The second clip shows how Ella suddenly became Cinderella, thanks to the "clever" observations of her stepsisters Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drisella (Sophie McShera), while her stepmother (Cate Blanchett) denies her a place at the table. We also see Ella's first meeting with Anastasia and Drisella, Kit telling Captain (Nonso Anozie) that he can't stop thinking about Ella, Kit and Ella's dance at the ball, and the Fairy Godmother (Helena Bonham Carter) telling Ella that the spell will be broken at midnight.
When Ella's father unexpectedly passes away, she finds herself at the mercy of a jealous and cruel new family. Finally relegated to nothing more than a servant girl covered in ashes, and spitefully renamed Cinderella, Ella could easily begin to lose hope. Yet, despite the cruelty inflicted upon her, »
Here’s a first look at the brand new trailer for Frozen Fever.
In Frozen Fever, it’s Anna’s birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but when Elsa catches a cold, her powers may put more than just the party at risk.
Watch this behind the scenes look featurette.
Last week, the Oscar winning directors were hosts for The Academy’s celebration of the nominated Feature Animated Films.
While waiting for the Q&A to begin, the song “Let It Go” was piped into the theater. We noticed co-hosts and Oscar-winners Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck sitting in the row ahead. Both turned and said, “not this song again.” With a sense of humor, »
- Michelle McCue
Never let it be said that the Disney Corporation has failed to master the art of marketing. Although a full-length Frozen sequel is not yet on the way, Disney has decided to append a short film, Frozen Fever, to the beginning of its upcoming Cinderella. With a return to Arendelle and the now beloved characters that inhabit it, Disney has practically guaranteed that Cinderella will have a strong opening weekend. Plus, we do have to admit: the trailer for the short does make it look enticing.
Frozen Fever features a return of our favorite characters from Frozen as they prepare to throw Anna (Kristen Bell) a birthday party. Preparations are underway with the help of Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), but then Elsa (Idina Menzel) gets a cold and her powers get a wee bit out of control. It’s a cute little plot and has a cute little trailer featuring Olaf »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
The trailer for ‘Frozen Fever’ is now available. The highly-anticipated follow-up short to the global phenomenon Frozen can be seen exclusively in theaters with Disney’s new live-action Cinderella, starring Lily James and Academy Award-winner Cate Blanchett, on March 13, 2015. In ‘Frozen Fever,’ it’s Anna’s birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but when Elsa catches a cold, her powers may put more than just the party at risk. · Walt Disney Animation Studios? 2013 feature film ‘Frozen’ won two Academy Awards® (best animated film and best original song with ‘Let It Go’) and a Golden Globe® (best animated feature film). It is the fifth highest grossing film of all time and the highest grossing animated film earning more than $1.27 billion globally. Released wide domestically on Nov. 27, 2013, ‘Frozen’ posted the No. 1 industry all-time Thanksgiving debut and Walt Disney Animation Studios biggest opening ever. The »
- Josh Abraham
On March 13, all of your favorite Frozen characters will return to the big screen in the new Disney animated short Frozen Fever. Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf reunite for this 7 minute adventure, which finds a big birthday bash in trouble. ABC's Good Morning America has revealed the first footage with a teaser trailer, which also includes a brief look at Disney's Cinderella.
Frozen Fever is set to debut alongside director Kenneth Branagh's live action take on the Cinderella fairytale starring Lily James, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter and Hayley Atwell. In Frozen Fever, it's Anna's birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa's icy powers may put more than just the party at risk.
The Oscars party doesn't wait for Sunday to start! Last weekend, Julianne Moore and Olivia Munn caught up at the Still Alice and Grey Goose bash, and Matt Bomer and Chris Pine teased everyone with their hot looks at Armani and Cate Blanchett's event. Over at the Chanel and Charles Finch dinner, Kristen Stewart went all-out glam, and Keira Knightley had that pregnancy glow next to her husband, James Righton. Earlier last week, Leonardo DiCaprio chatted up Oprah Winfrey at an event for the documentary Virunga, and Nicole Kidman and Chris Evans hit up the Gold Meets Golden bash. Other star-studded fêtes have brought together dynamic duos like Kate Hudson and Gladys Knight, Kerry Washington and Alfre Woodard, and Zoe Saldana and Rosario Dawson - and this all happened before the big show! »
This year's best actor Oscar race was a close one, with pundits saying it was a tight competition between Michael Keaton and Eddie Redmayne and they weren't entirely sure who would win. Still, many of the experts, including The Hollywood Reporter's own Scott Feinberg, gave the edge to Redmayne. And ultimately Redmayne pulled out the win. But it wouldn't be unusual if Michael Keaton was prepared to hear his name called by Cate Blanchett. And, if you look closely at the clip of Redmayne being announced as the winner, and taking the stage, it looks like Keaton had a speech
- Hilary Lewis
Part of us really wanted Michael Keaton to win the Best Actor Oscar for his brilliant and comedic turn in Birdman, and it would appear that a lot of Keaton thought he was going to at the ceremony on Sunday (February 22).
It shows the tuxedo-clad star hurriedly tucking a piece of paper into his breast pocket before joining the rest of audience in giving Redmayne - who won the Oscar for his role as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything - a rapturous round of applause and standing ovation.
The only thing brighter than the celebrities' smiles at last night's Oscars was the jewelry! The red carpet was lit up by celebs sporting some major bling. And that caught the attention of The Real Housewives of Miami star Lea Black, who was ready to offer an opinion. From Zoe Saldana's $1 million worth of Neil Lane diamonds to Nicole Kidman wearing nearly $7 million worth in gems, all that bling meant that no star was safe from Black's judgment. So without further ado, here is Black's verdict on the night's best and worst jewelry looks... Black called Cate Blanchett's statement necklace a "shame!" "What a missed »
Source: Getty / Kevin Winter Eddie Redmayne won the best actor Oscar for his work in The Theory of Everything at the Academy Awards in La on Sunday, and it was clear in his acceptance speech how excited he was about the honor. Surprisingly, though, the award wasn't the main thing going through his mind as he took the stage. Eddie shared in the press room after the show that one of the more exciting elements of the win was "the fact that Cate Blanchett was giving it." He added: "I did a film called Elizabeth: The Golden Age with Cate, and it was one of the first films I did. I think she's such an exceptional actor, so I was recovering from that excitement of seeing her and then just trying to bury all this frenzy of nerves and white noise and trying to speak articulately, and of course you then forget everything. »
There’s plenty of elbow rubbing in Hollywood, but nothing compares to the amount of touching between famous people that occurs at the Vanity Fair Oscars party. Benedict Cumberbatch started early in the night, when he lounged at the bar with a martini, and gently rubbed the belly of his pregnant wife, Sophie Hunter. Then J.J. Abrams walked up to Cumberbatch and gave him a big hug. Abrams leaned forward and brushed the actor’s cheek, while Cumberbatch put his hand on Abram’s shoulder — and at some point, a misguided fan (or “Cumberbitch,” as they’re often called) tried to interrupt Cumberbatch for a photo. “I’m in the middle of talking to some friends, so sorry,” the Oscar-nominated star of “The Imitation Game” told his groupie.
Cumberbatch and Abrams chatted for a few minutes, until the conversation turned to the actor’s next big project: his first-born child. »
- Ramin Setoodeh
Eddie Redmayne may have taken his wife as his date to the Oscars, but she wasn't the only woman who had his heart racing on Sunday. The newly minted Academy Award winner was visibly flustered as he gave his acceptance speech for Best Actor, but it was not just because he was surprised about his big win. "I mean, the fact that it was Cate Blanchett giving it," the Theory of Everything star told reporters backstage at the awards show. "And so I was recovering from that excitement of seeing her, and then just trying to bury all this frenzy »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
Best accessory: Benedict Cumberbatch's hipflask
Forget Cate Blanchett's statement Tiffany turquoise necklace; with the ceremony's running time of more than four hours, surely the finest accessory of the evening was the Best Actor nominee's hipflask which he flashed to the camera during Neal Patrick Harris's opening skit. You can't blame him for wanting to be drunk; after all, the evening included a performance from Adam Levine. Great shout, Sherlock. »
There were plenty of big, buzzy moments during Sunday's Oscars. But it was a quiet, heartfelt tribute that became the top trending moment of the night. Tim McGraw took the stage and sang a spare, emotional version of Glen Campbell's Oscar-nominated song "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" - filling in for Campbell himself, who was unable to attend due to his deteriorating health. Searches for "Glen Campbell" spiked some 211 times, more than any other name associated with the broadcast, according to Google. The country legend, 78, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011 and was moved into a memory care facility »
- Tim Nudd, @nudd
Eddie Redmayne has done it. Despite trading off with Michael Keaton here and there through awards season, the British star of The Theory of Everything was the last man standing tonight, Oscar night. He notched the Best Actor win for channeling physicist Stephen Hawking and couldn't have been more gracious and positively adorable up on that stage. First, of course, wife Hannah Bagshawe scored the kiss of the night, and then presenter Cate Blanchett got a pretty grand-looking hug. By the time he started talking, he was beaming with emotion and we couldn't have been happier for him. "Thank you, thank you," he began. "Thank you to the Academy. I don't think I'm »
The coveted award for Best Actor went to Eddie Redmayne on Sunday night at the Oscars. Redmayne was up against Steve Carell in Foxcatcher, Bradley Cooper in American Sniper, Benedict Cumberbatch in The Imitation Game and Michael Keaton, in Birdman. "Thank you to the Academy," said Redmayne as he accepted the prize. "I don't think I'm capable of articulating how I feel right now ... Wow!" "I promise I will look after him," he added of his statuette. "I will polish him!" The award was presented by Cate Blanchett at Dolby Theatre at the Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles. The 2015 Oscars, »
- Caitlin Keating, @caitkeating
We're not so sure about what we think of the Oscar show itself, but how about that red carpet? Scarlett Johansson, Naomi Watts, Anna Kendrick, Jennifer Lopez, Cate Blanchett, Margot Robbie, Lady Gaga, Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Kerry Washington, Reese Witherspoon, Rita Orta and Felicity Jones killed it. And, as for Solange's dress, well...we'll let you be the judge. Check out almost every single star that hit the 87th Academy Awards red carpet in the embedded gallery below. »
- Gregory Ellwood, Louis Virtel
“This is a movement to say we’re more than just our dresses,” said Reese Witherspoon at the 87th Academy Awards about the #AskHerMore campaign, which encourages red-carpet reporters to go beyond fashion and focus on the work of actresses as well as behind-the-camera talent.
The Representation Project, which sprang out of the documentary “Miss Representation,” launched the campaign in 2014 by using the hashtag #AskHerMore on Twitter, urging reporters to ask actresses more substantial questions, rather than the classic awards season question “Who are you wearing?”
The hashtag was trending throughout the Oscars red-carpet show on Sunday night.
“Reporters often focus more on a woman’s appearance than what she has accomplished,” said a blog post on the organization’s website.
Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls website has also supported the movement to focus on more substantial questions, while several websites offered sample questions for reporters.
And the women of »
- Seth Kelley
The Oscars are under way!
Who will reign supreme on movie’s biggest night? Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel lead the 87th Academy Awards with nine nominations apiece, while The Imitation Game follows close behind with eight. American Sniper and Boyhood follow with six nominations each.
Pics: The Stars on the Red Carpet at the Oscars!
In between the awards, expect performances from Lady Gaga, Jennifer Hudson, Anna Kendrick, Tim McGraw, John Legend, Common, Maroon 5, Rita Ora, Tegan & Sera with The Lonely Island and Jack Black. Presenters include last year’s Oscar winners Cate Blanchett, Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto and Lupita Nyong’o.
Neil Patrick Harris hosts for the first time at the ceremony, broadcast on Sunday, Feb. 22 from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles and televised live coast-to-coast on ABC.
Pics: The Oscar Nominees in Photos!
Below is the list of winners.
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
It's a wonderful night for Oscar... Oscar Oscar... Who will win? Wrong host. Neil Patrick Harris is MCing Sunday (February 22) night's Academy Awards, which is coming down to a "Birdman"/"Boyhood" showdown for the big prize. Thanks to The Guilds, we're all expecting a "Birdman" victory, but could there be exciting upsets in store? Click through, follow along and join (or start) the conversation below... 8:25 p.m. Et. That's a lot of Red Carpet coverage. My favorite moment was Terrence Howard playing "American Idol" nerd with Ryan Seacrest. 8:28 p.m. Really, ABC? You don't need a critical citation to call "American Crime" "an extraordinary new drama"? Well, if you say so yourself! 8:30 p.m. Let's Go! 8:30 p.m. Neil Patrick Harris rises onto the stage like a fire-free phoenix. "Tonight we honor Hollywood's best and whitest," he says, helping people playing Oscars Bingo at home. 8:31 p. »
- Daniel Fienberg
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