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Zachary Levi and guest on the Oscars' Red Carpet Zachary Levi at the Academy Awards Pictured above is Zachary Levi and a guest on the 83rd Academy Awards' Red Carpet this past Sunday, Feb. 27, just outside the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. At the Oscar ceremony, Zachary Levi and Mandy Moore performed "I See the Light," a Best Original Song nominee – music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Glenn Slater – from the animated feature Tangled. The 2011 Best Song winner turned out to be Randy Newman's "We Belong Together," from another animated feature, Toy Story 3 – last year's biggest domestic box office hit. Zachary Levi movies Below is a partial list of Zachary Levi films.* His movie debut took place in Mark Douglas Miller's comedy short Reel Guerrillas (2005), while his feature film debut was in a supporting role in John Whitesell's comedy Big Momma's House 2 (2006). Thor: The Dark World (2013). Director: Alan Taylor. »
- D. Zhea
Who loves velociraptors, pizza with anchovies, and Gwyneth Paltrow's 2010 movie Country Strong? Chris Pratt! The Jurassic World star took to Reddit to do an Ama for fans and divulged a lot about wife Anna Faris, former costar Nick Offerman, and his pop culture tastes. Turns out, his favorite movies are very likely some of your favorites, too! (Maybe not Country Strong, but you probably like The Goonies, right?) Take a look below to see his favorite movies, plus one TV show! Ok, it's Game of Thrones. »
Brace yourselves, Star-Lord is finally on Reddit! After finding out that some awesome Op duped millions of people on April Fools' Day into getting a picture of Chris Pratt's abs to the top of Reddit — with the lie that he said he'd do an Ama if they did — the actor happily obliged this afternoon (while apparently hung-over) and answered a few questions. (Having a summer blockbuster to promote was probably also a big factor.) Ever the charmer, Pratt gushed about his wife, clarified that Jurassic World is definitely not a reboot, and revealed his secret love for Country Strong. He even premiered a new clip from Jurassic World that has him desperately trying to outrun that new super-dino. Here are just a few of the gems he dropped: All the ways he'd describe Nick Offerman: "Nick is a best selling author. He is a very rare breed. He »
- Dee Lockett
"Stay weird. Stay different." That was the advice of Best Adapted Screenplay winner Graham Moore ("The Imitation Game") to kids out there who might one day follow in his footsteps, but it also could have been the motto for the 87th annual Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday night. The weirdness of the Neil Patrick Harris-hosted Oscars wasn't in the results -- for the record, I went 18 for 24 in my predictions, which is more a testimony to how closely the voting followed conventional wisdom than it is to my crystal-ball skills -- but in the presentation. The show was full of Wtf? moments, some wonderful, some cringeworthy, some merely bizarre, and all of them memorable. Here are some of the weird and different Oscar moments that viewers won't soon forget.
1. "Moving Pictures"
- Gary Susman
Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and actor Tim McGraw will perform the Oscar-nominated song “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” from the documentary "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me" on this year's Feb. 22 kudocast. "Tim is the consummate country artist and will bring a bit of Nashville to the Oscars stage," says producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron. “I’m honored to be asked to sing this powerful song from one of the true legends of the music industry,” said McGraw. In addition to his three Grammy Awards, 14 Acm Awards, 11 Cma Awards, 10 Ama Awards, McGraw has numerous film acting credits including 'The Blind Side,' 'Friday Night Lights,' 'Country Strong' and the upcoming 'Tomorrowland.'" Oscars -Break- New: Experts' Oscars predictions in 24 categories For Michael Ordona, "Some writers say they don't set out to make a statement but to ask a question. For Alejandro »
Grammy®-winning singer, songwriter and actor Tim McGraw will perform the Oscar®-nominated song “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” for Glen Campbell at the 87th Oscars, show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced today. The Oscars, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, will air on Sunday, February 22, live on ABC. “We couldn’t think of anyone better than Tim McGraw to properly celebrate Oscar nominee, Glen Campbell. Tim is the consummate country artist and will bring a bit of Nashville to the Oscars stage,” says Zadan and Meron “I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” written by Campbell and Julian Raymond for the documentary feature “Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me,” is nominated for Original Song. The four other nominated songs are “Everything Is Awesome” from “The Lego Movie,” “Glory” from “Selma,” “Grateful” from “Beyond the Lights” and “Lost Stars” from “Begin Again.” “I’m honored to be asked to »
- Josh Abraham
Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and actor Tim McGraw will perform the Oscar-nominated song “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” for Glen Campbell at the 87th Oscars, show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced today. The Oscars, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, will air on Sunday, February 22, live on ABC.
“We couldn’t think of anyone better than Tim McGraw to properly celebrate Oscar nominee, Glen Campbell. Tim is the consummate country artist and will bring a bit of Nashville to the Oscars stage,” says Zadan and Meron
“I’m honored to be asked to sing this »
- Michelle McCue
Gwyneth Paltrow's no stranger to singing, so it makes sense that she'd step up to the mic during a visit to The Tonight Show. Of course, this is Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show, so if a guest is singing, Fallon has to join in. Which leads us to this: Paltrow, 42, and Fallon, 40, singing old-timey Broadway versions of popular Drake, Nicki Minaj and Big Sean songs. Fallon's done this bit before with Anne Hathaway, but watching Paltrow sing Big Sean's "I Don't F— with You" is quite a thing to behold. Between this, Country Strong and her appearances on Glee, »
- Alex Heigl, @alex_heigl
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