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Orlando Bloom's ex Miranda Kerr may be moving quickly on a new relationship - the sexy lingerie model is allegedly dating Australian billionaire James Packer. The 30-year-old supermodel, who announced her split from British actor Orlando Bloom in October after three years of marriage, has reportedly started a new relationship with her long time friend James, 46, who split from his model wife, Erica Baxter, three months ago. The new issue of Australia's Woman's Day magazine, which was once owned by James' late father, Kerry, will feature the duo on its cover on Monday (02.12.13) with the headline: ''Head over Heels: The Billionaire, The Supermodel and Their Red Hot Romance,'' according to the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper. Sources also said that neither Miranda nor James have denied that they are in a relationship, a week after they were first approached by journalists. Mr. Packer, who is Australia's richest man, »
If your 1990s poster collection didn't include this hunk ... then we feel bad for you.
Freddie Prinze Jr. was a teen heartthrob back in the glory days, starring in numerous rom-coms as the good guy who wins over the leading lady's heart. From "She's All That" (swoon) to "Down To You" (double swoon) to "Head Over Heels" (triple swoon) to "Summer Catch" (Ok, you get it), Prinze was the actor every young girl dreamt about at night -- along with Leonardo DiCaprio, James Van Der Beek and Justin Timberlake.
Not to mention he married everyone's favorite vampire slayer, Sarah Michelle Gellar, in 2002. They have two kids together, daughter Charlotte, 3, and son Rocky, 9 months.
So let's take a look at all the reasons Why we miss Freddie -- and need him to come back into our lives:
Those dimples (Yeesh!)
Even though he's 37, he can Totally still »
- The Huffington Post
Katherine Jenkins has been picked on recently
There’s always some controversy revolving around women and their bodies in particular, and the latest and perhaps most outspoken on this bandwagon are Samantha Brick and Jan Moir, with both ladies using columns at the Daily Mail to throw doubt and confusion into the hearts of women everywhere.
Jan Moir’s most recent controversy has been over her stirring hate against Katherine Jenkins, who ran the London marathon for Macmillan, in memory of her father who died of cancer in 1996; the supposedly abhorrent thing about this is that she did it whilst looking pristine and perfect in Prada sunglasses. She also dared to wear a slightly cleavage exposing dress to Lady Thatcher’s funeral (as if she’s the only women to ever show off a bit more than appropriate). The ridiculous headline read “Katherine the (I’m so) Great: A marathon in full make-up. »
- Charlotte Tobitt
Odd List Simon Brew 22 Mar 2013 - 06:26
The humble Spectrum was home to some remarkable games - including these underappreciated masterpieces...
I, like many, spend many years playing Spectrum games. I defended the computer in the school playground, I kept playing with the machine long after everyone had migrated to likes of the Atari St and Commodore Amiga, and I spent an unsavoury amount of my meagre pocket money building up my games collection.
However, a lot of lookbacks at the Spectrum era tend to focus on the big highlights. What I wanted to do here is put together a personal listing of 50 titles that don't seem to get that much attention.
So, if you're wondering why Gollop brothers games, anything by the late, great Mike Singleton, the acclaimed works of Ultimate, the likes of Exolon, Head Over Heels, Advanced Lawnmower Simulator, Match Day, Batty, Wizball, Firefly, Nebulus, Fairlight, The Sentinel, »
As it has become a new tradition for the Oscars to lack truly memorable moments either good or bad, so has it become a tradition for me to analyze the night before it fleets from everyone’s water-cooler discussion topics.
Don’t forget to read Shane T. Nier’s own recap of Oscar night, which is in the form of a Top 7 list.
Now, without telling you that the show starts at 7 p.m. but only meaning the red carpet, here are the winning and losing moments of this year’s Oscars, for better and for worse, and most importantly, for no point at all.
Seth MacFarlane proves to be a ball-busting host, fitting to his humor from Ted and Family Guy, and also to an awards show that ultimately gave top kudos to a film with the unofficial tagline “Argo f**k yourself.” It doesn’t seem like his »
- Nick Allen
Last night the stars gathered at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California for the biggest night in the film calendar as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presented the 85th Academy Awards. Going into the ceremony, it was Steven Spielberg's Lincoln which led the field with 12 nominations, but the big winner on the night was Ben Affleck's Argo, which claimed the coveted Best Picture award, as well as Best Film Editing and Best Adapted Screenplay.
With Affleck out of consideration for Best Director, it was Ang Lee who took home that award, with Life of Pi going on to claim a further three Oscars (the most of any film this year) - Best Music (Original Score), Best Cinematography and Best Visual Effects. As expected, Daniel Day-Lewis claimed Best Actor for his role in Lincoln (which also claimed Best Production Design), becoming the first person in history »
- Flickering Myth
Just in case you missed the show, don't have a facebook account, twitter, a TV, radio, get the paper delivered, or have a smart phone or computer (which is weird since your on this site), here are the winners from the 85th Academy Awards: Best Picture Amour Argo (Winner) Beasts of the Southern Wild Django Unchained Lincoln Les Miserables Life of Pi Silver Linings Playbook Zero Dark Thirty Best Director Ang Lee, Life of Pi (Winner) Benh Zeitlin, Beasts of the Southern Wild David O. Russell, Silver Linings Playbook Michael Haneke, Amour Steven Spielberg, Lincoln Best Actor Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln (Winner) Denzel Washington, Flight Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook Joaquin Phoenix, The Master Best Actress Naomi Watts, The Impossible Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook (Winner) Emmanuelle Riva, Amour Quvenzhané Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained (Winner) Philip Seymour Hoffman, »
- Dave Campbell
The fill list of winner for the 85th Annual Academy Awards is below, 'Argo' was the named the film of the year:
Life Of Pi Lincoln
Life Of Pi - Ang Lee Winner
Lincoln - Steven Spielberg
Daniel Day-Lewis – Lincoln Winner
Joaquin Phoenix - The Master
Best Supporting Actor
Philip Seymour Hoffman - The Master
Tommy Lee Jones - Lincoln
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Flicks News)
What a night! Seriously, the 2013 Oscars had its share of ups and downs and I'm sure plenty of hatred will be thrown the way of host Seth MacFarlane whose joke selection was all over the place from great to terrible to tasteless to tame, but I'm actually talking about the way tonight's Oscars shared the wealth so evenly. Twelve films won Oscars tonight, 15 if you count the shorts. Argo took home Best Picture, Film Editing and Adapted Screenplay, but in the end it was Life of Pi with the most awards, including the upset over Steven Spielberg (Lincoln). The Oscars often give us plenty to discuss in terms of taste and we all may disagree on many of the overall winners, but I have a much harder time disagreeing when there is no kind of consensus. After all, how often does one single film, over the span of 365 days nail »
- Brad Brevet
Here is the complete winners list for the 2013 Academy Awards:
*Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
Hugh Jackman, Les Misérables
Joaquin Phoenix, The Master
Quvenzhané Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild
Photos: Oscars 2013 Red Carpet
Best Supporting Actor:
It’s the biggest night in Hollywoodland and we’re along for the crazy, caffeine-fueled night. Whether it’ll be Lincoln’s night or a wider net of awards there’ll be plenty to talk about for weeks to come.
If you’re on Twitter then follow us tweet the night away over at @heyuguys and you can keep abreast of all the winners as they are announced right here.
Ang Lee’s Life of Pi took home the most awards, with four statues to its name for Best Director, Best Original Score, Best Cinematography, and Best Visual Effects.
Ben Affleck’s Argo and Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables were next, taking three apiece. Affleck’s third feature took the most coveted award of the evening, very much deservedly winning him, George Clooney, and Grant Heslov the Best Picture award, as well as taking home the Best Film Editing and »
- Jon Lyus
And in the end, it was the movie with a snubbed director that took the top prize. Ben Affleck's "Argo" rocked the Academy Awards by winning the Best Picture of the year award. The biggest surprise for me was Ang Lee who went home with the Best Director trophy for "Life of Pi" while Steven Spielberg went home empty handed. His "Lincoln" still won two Academy Awards, one for Best Actor for the great Daniel Day-Lewis' fine performance as our beloved 16th President, and the other for production design.
Just as I predicted to the lovely Anne Hathaway three months ago, she went home with the Best Supporting Actress trophy for her brilliant performance as Fantine in "Les Miserables." This sort of is a blessing from the Academy as well for turning in a memorable Catwoman performance in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises."
Jennifer Lawrence won (and fell, »
The Oscars took place on Sunday with "Argo" ending up being the big winner of the night, despite the fact that Ben Affleck wasn't even nominated for Best Director. The film also won for Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay) and Best Editing. "Lincoln" was nominated for twelve Oscars, but ended up winning only two, including Best Actor for Daniel Day-Lewis and Production Design. Quentin Tarantino got an Oscar for Best Writing (Original Screenplay) for "Django Unchained." Christoph Waltz won Best Supporting Actor award for the same movie. Check out the full list of nominees and winners (marked in red) below. And let us know if you think the academy got it right. Best Picture: * Argo * Amour * Beasts of the Southern Wild * Django Unchained * Les Miserables * Life of Pi * Lincoln * Silver Linings Playbook * Zero Dark Thirty Directing: * Ang Lee (Life of Pi) * Michael Haneke (Amour) * Benh Zeitlin (Beasts of the Southern Wild »
The Oscars are finally upon us, as tonight, host Seth McFarlane and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will announce the winners in the 85th annual Academy Awards. We have full coverage the show for you tonight here at We Got This Covered – including a complete live-blog of the event – but if you just want to learn about the winners as they are announced, keep your eyes on this article. It will be updated throughout the night with the winner in each category, the most recent announcement being brought to the top of the page.
Best Supporting Actor
Philip Seymour Hoffman, The Master
Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln
Best Animated Short Film
Maggie Simpson in “The Longest Daycare”
Best Animated Feature:
The Pirates! »
- Jonathan R. Lack
It’s the biggest night of the year for Hollywood — the 85th Annual Academy Awards! HollywoodLife.com has the live stream from the Red Carpet, and we’ll stream the entire ceremony as well! Look below for video.
See which stars are wearing what, whose showing sideboob and who ends up on our best and worst dressed lists. Hear from celebs such as Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, Kristen Stewart and more as they make their way down the red carpet to Hollywood’s Dolby Theater for the 85th Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 24! Click below to watch the live stream video.
Watch: Oscars Live Stream Video Full List Of Nominees:
Best Actor In A Leading Role:
Daniel Day-Lewis in Lincoln
Joaquin Phoenix in The Master
Best Actor In A Supporting Role:
- Christopher Rogers
Should Have Won: Amour
Well, Ben Affleck has his revenge and the Academy makes up for his Best Director snub and awards him with Best Picture.
Meryl Streep presents Best Actor:
Daniel Day Lewis, “Lincoln”
Hugh Jackman, “Les Miserables”
Joaquin Phoenix, “The Master”
Prediction: Daniel Day Lewis
Should Have Won: Joaquin Phoenix
Winner: Daniel Day Lewis
For his third win, Day Lewis wins, as expected. Dedicated to his mother.
Jean Dujardin presents Best Actress:
- Nicholas Bell
Video - Digital Spy's movies team discuss the Oscars:
The winners of the 2013 Academy Awards will be unveiled tonight (February 24) at a star-studded ceremony from the Dolby Theatre in the Hollywood.
Family Guy and Ted creator Seth MacFarlane will be joined by a host of A-list Hollywood talent - including Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Adele, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lawrence and Ben Affleck - to celebrate the best films and performance of the last 12 months.
> Oscars 2013: Academy Awards live blog
> Oscars live stream: Red carpet arrivals
> Oscars 2013 red carpet pictures
Digital Spy presents a full list of winners from the Academy Awards - updated live - below:
David O Russell (Silver Linings Playbook)
Ang Lee (Life of Pi) - Winner!
Steven Spielberg (Lincoln)
Just as viewers seemed divided over Seth MacFarlane’s hosting of this year’s Oscars, so Academy voters were split over the films themselves. Django Unchained, Les Miserables, Amour, Lincoln, and Silver Linings Playbook all scored major awards, with Jennifer Lawrence and Daniel Day-Lewis winning the top acting Oscars. But Life of Pi director Ang Lee took home the Best Director prize while Argo won Best Picture. You can check out the full list of winners below.
- Clark Collis
Remember when Cinemark theaters threatened to boycott Tower Heist because it would be available on VOD during its theatrical release? Imagine if a film were available in full, not only on pay-per-view, but online for free during its theatrical release. That’s what happened with this year’s Oscar-nominated animated shorts, which cable channel ShortsHD, in conjunction with the Academy, has been screening around the country since Feb. 1.
After free versions of all five animated shorts cropped up on websites like YouTube and Hulu, theaters showing the films threatened to stop screening the animated slate if the films remained online for free. »
- Emily Rome
Sneak Peek a list of all the nominees and video promos supporting the 85th Academy Awards, airing February 24, 2013 on ABC :
And the Nominees are :
Actor in a Leading Role
Daniel Day-Lewis - "Lincoln"
Hugh Jackman - "Les Miserables"
Joaquin Phoenix - "The Master"
Actress in a Leading Role
Quvenzhané Wallis - "Beasts of Southern Wild"
Actor in a Supporting Role
Philip Seymour Hoffman - "The Master"
Tommy Lee Jones - "Lincoln"
Actress in a Supporting Role
- Michael Stevens
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