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Ricky Gervais — a newly minted Golden Globe nominee for his work in the Netflix comedy series “Derek” — is ready to return to the Beverly Hilton and face the playful jabs from Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the ceremony’s hosts. He knows he will be a target and already has planned a strategy to deflect their zingers.
“I’m going to heckle back,” Gervais told Variety at the world premiere of his film “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” in New York on Dec. 11. “I’m taking on a microphone to have control of the big speaker system so that it’s a fair fight.”
The comedian is no stranger to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual award show. He won a Golden Globe in 2004 for his starring role in the original British version of “The Office” and hosted the show three times. Many felt that he »
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Kendall, who appears on the Winter 2014 issue of "Dazed," reads the nasty remarks out loud for the magazine.
Photos: Kendall Jenner: From Little Reality Sister To Big Style Icon
"It's crazy to think that North West can already read better than Kendall Jenner," one said.
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Sticks and stones may break her bones, but Internet trolls will never hurt her. Gwyneth Paltrow made a surprise appearance at the Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., on Tuesday, May 27, where she opened up about how she fends off anonymous critics on the World Wide Web. "The internet is an amazing opportunity, socially," the Goop founder, 41, told tech site Re/code, which hosted the event. "We have this opportunity to mature and learn, which is the essence of being on earth—to being the closest [...] »
Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words can break your heart. Kim Novak learned that the hard way when she presented at the Oscars back in early March -- and promptly set Twitter abuzz with mean comments and jokes about her face. "It really did throw me into a tailspin and it hit me hard," the 81-year-old actress told the Associated Press in an interview on Thursday, April 17. "For days, I didn't leave the house, and it got to me like it gets to [...] »
The theme of the newest The Raid 2 trailer might well be that old schoolyard maxim: “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” There’s no dialogue, just a percussive score, lots of shouts, and the glorious sounds of breaking glass and crunching bone. Check it out after the jump. […]
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The nation’s only non-profit designed to aid in the funding, distribution and promotion of Lgbt films will support seven films through the final stages of their production after receiving a record 112 submissions.
Documentaries features receiving grants are The Joneses directed by Moby Longinotto, Kumu Hina directed by Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson, Out Run directed by Johnny Symons and S Leo Chiang, Radical Love directed by Hillevi Loven and documentary short Sticks And Stones directed by Silas Howard.
“These seven phenomenal projects feature exquisite filmmaking craft and refreshingly bold voices in Lgbt cinema,” said Frameline’s director of exhibition and programming Des Buford. “It is a thrill for the organisation to support such a talented crop of dynamic filmmakers which includes both new artists and veteran mediamakers in this cycle of funding.” »
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