12:07 PM EDT 04/13/2013
Originally posted 02/24/2013 09:10PM
What a difference eight years makes!
Jamie Foxx brought his daughter Corinne back to the Oscars on Sunday night – eight years after she appeared on the red carpet as a fresh-faced 11-year-old in 2005.
"Someone was asking me about being nervous about the Oscars. I said, 'I'm not nervous anymore. I'm just excited to show how beautiful my daughter has turned out,' " Foxx said Sunday on the red carpet.
The Django Unchained actor, 45, said he had been talking Corinne, now 19, about college and relationships on their way over to the ceremony on Sunday. "Just catching up," he said. "Talking about love."
Originally posted 02/24/2013 03:05PM
It's Hollywood's Super Bowl – so if you're throwing an Oscar party, hot wings just won't do.
Instead of critiquing the gowns over cold pizza and nachos, check out these glam recipes that will rival what the stars are eating – or pretending to eat – at the posh post-Academy Awards bashes.
Originally posted 12/15/2012 09:40AM
I'll be honest, I've been nervous about Django Unchained for months. On the one hand, I feared that Quentin Tarantino's foray in the antebellum south would give him license to indulge his n-word fetish. (The man thinks he has a ghetto pass, and is clearly unwilling to accept that they don't exist.)
Or, I thought, Django could be an Inglourious Basterds for black people, the feel-good slave-revenge movie of the year. It turns out I was right on both counts – except maybe that "feel good" business.
Originally posted 12/13/2012 09:15AM
Time to start the party: Thursday morning brought good news to Tinseltown – with the announcement of the Golden Globe nominations from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Among the major names topping the list – nominees were announced by Megan Fox, Ed Helms and Jessica Alba – are such favorites as Anne Hathaway and Sally Field (for their respective supporting roles in Les Misérables and Lincoln), Nicole Kidman (for HBO's Hemingway and Gellhorn and the film The Paperboy), Leonardo DiCaprio (for his supporting role in Django Unchained) and Argo director Ben Affleck, who'll compete in that category along with Kathryn Bigelow, for Zero Dark Thirty; Ang Lee, for Life of Pi; Steven Spielberg, for Lincoln; and Quentin Tarantino, for Django Unchained.
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