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Even though it seemed like Brad totally dissed Jen in the latest issue of ‘Esquire,’ it turns out he didn’t do it to hurt her! A new report claims that he only did it to prove his love and devotion to Angelina. Does that make it okay?
Brad Pitt may want to reevaluate what he says in interviews. A new report in Us Weekly claims that Brad only said that he’s much happier now than when he was married to Jennifer Aniston, because he’s so in love with Angelina Jolie.
An insider says: “Brad just wants to show the world he’s a different person. He wants everyone to see the guy Angelina is making him.”
That’s all fine and dandy, but it’s really hurtful to Jen!
Brad & Jen Are Friends?
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- Chloe Melas
Are Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston still friends? Despite Brad's complaints about his marriage to Jennifer an insider claims the ex-husband and ex-wife remain close - in fact, the friend claims they are “very good friends”. Brad and Jen were married from 2000 to 2005 and although both have moved on - Brad has six children with his fiancee Angelina Jolie while Jennifer is engaged to Justin Theroux - they are still close. Brad's make-up artist Jean Black told Esquire magazine: "I think Brad was ready to soar when he met Angie. This is not to say anything negative about Jennifer. I was part of that and I know that he and Jennifer are very good friends and he cared deeply for her. "But in Angie, he saw a very adventurous person who was grabbing on to life and taking it to its nth degree. It was intriguing because I felt Brad »
In Brad’s candid interview with ‘Esquire’ a major bombshell is dropped — he’s still friends with his ex-wife! Can you believe it?
Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are keeping a secret! In the latest issue of Esquire, Brad’s makeup artist Jean Black, says that Brad and Jennifer are still “good friends.” Do you think Angelina Jolie cares?
In the magazine, a friend of Brad’s says there’s no problem with him and Jen, despite reports that he’s always dissing her.
“I think Brad was ready to soar when he met Angie,” Jean says. “This is not to say anything negative about Jennifer. I was part of that and I know that he and Jen are very good friends and he cared deeply for her. But in Angie, he saw a very adventurous person who was grabbing on to life and »
- Chloe Melas
Um, really? Brad Pitt's Esquire interview has even more surprising revelations -- this time from Jean Black, a makeup artist and friend who has worked with Pitt, 49, on nearly all of his films since 1990. Speaking with Esquire, Black sheds new light on Pitt's legendary meeting with Angelina Jolie on the 2004 set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, when he was still married (apparently unhappily) to Jennifer Aniston. "I think Brad was ready to soar when he met Angie," says Black, who then quickly clarified of [...] »
Today the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films announced its nominees for the 2013 Saturn Awards, one of the few awards programs in which a lot of us will recognize nearly every production. The awards have been expanded over recent years, so if you are unclear about just what type of productions are honored by the Academy, an explanation is included in the press release below, although it can really be summarized as “we know it when we see it.”
A few head-scratchers, however, just beg to be called out:
Anna Karenina? Les Miserables? Leverage? Elementary? Really? That is some broad definition. No subgenre categories for television. The Academy proofreader should know by now that it’s “Syfy” and not “SyFy” (don’t worry, I fixed it, and sorry, it’s a pet peeve). Adding in historical fiction somewhere somehow without actually mentioning it. The entire category “Best Youth-Oriented »
- Erin Willard
This Sunday is Oscar day, but for genre fans it's The Saturn Awards that really matter, and we have the full list of this year's nominees. Although we have to say the horror pickings are rather slim indeed!
From the Press Release:
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey received more Saturn Award nominations than any other film released last year, with Life of Pi and Skyfall close behind as the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films today revealed the nominations for the 39th Annual Saturn Awards.
Marvel’s The Avengers, The Dark Knight Returns, Looper, Cloud Atlas, Argo and Les Miserables are among the films that have received multiple Saturn Award nominations, underscoring the ways in which genre filmmaking has expanded beyond its roots as niche entertainment.
The only major awards dedicated to honoring the finest in genre entertainment in film, television and home entertainment, The Saturn Awards will be presented in June, »
- The Woman In Black
The 39th Annual Saturn Award Nominations have been officially announced and we have the full list of nominees. The Saturn Awards recognizing outstanding Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror releases in the last 12 months, and will announce the winners in June. Included on the list are multiple nominations for American Horror Story and The Walking Dead.
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is the leading film with nominations for the prestigious Saturn Awards presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. Peter Jackson’s return to J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth received 9 nominations. Other films receiving major nominations include Ang Lee’s Life of Pi (8 nominations), and the 23nd entry in the James Bond franchise, Skyfall (7 nominations).
Comic book icons-turned-cinematic spectacles, Marvel’s The Avengers and Christopher Nolan’s triumphant conclusion to his Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises, followed closely behind with 6 nominations each, along with the epic »
- Jonathan James
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