Good for them!
But he wants to talk to the pop princess one more time!
Because he’s awful and cheated on her!!!
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Gurl wants a top shelf wedding!
The source with the gossip tab says:
"Angelina wants the whole affair to be very civilised and is concerned about the habits of some of Brad’s more raucous friends. She thinks that if Jonah and Quentin come, they’ll hit the bar early on and cause a commotion."
Hmm… we don't know.
The more we think about this, the more it smells like something on draft!
Angie might have transformed into a lady of sophistication, but we doubt she's left all her party roots in the trash! And how could she really refuse Brad of his friends?? C'mon now…
We're not buyin' this. Too much foam!!
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Being a Quentin Tarantino flick, the entire movie had our stomaches churning with shocking moment after shocking moment, but the most memorable of all? When Django (Jamie) lit Stephen's (Samuel) entire mansion on fire with the flick of a match, of course!
Both actors are no stranger to prestigious awards, but they've never had an honor quite like this.
Well done, guys!!!!
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Whoa! Our minds are blown!
After watching Jamie Foxx slay it as the titular hero of Django Unchained, it's hard to imagine anyone else playing the lead!!
The Man in Black recently revealed:
Ch-ch-check out Leo's uncanny homage to his co-star from The Departed…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Well Perezcious readers, that’s a wrap for the 2013 Oscars, and as long as it was, we can’t lie — it had some pretty AH-mazing moments!
From William Shatner, phenomenal music performances and some totes awks times, join us as we recap the night in GIFs… AFTER THE JUMP!!!
The 85th annual Oscars was a night to remember, to say the least!!!
Simply being nominated for an Oscar is an accomplishment, but only a lucky few could take home the most esteemed statue in Hollywood!!
Who will be etched into film history forever for their accolades???!
The biggest winners of tonight's ceremony included Quentin Tarantino for writing Django Unchained, Anne Hathaway for her supporting role in Les Miserables, Jennifer Lawrence's GLORIOUS fall, Daniel Day-Lewis for Best Actor in Lincoln, and Argo was declared Best Picture of the year!!!
Miss any epic Oscar moments? Ch-ch-check out the full list of winners…AFTER THE JUMP!!
All of these screenplays were Oscar-worthy, but only one gets the gold!
And this year the Best Original Screenplay was Django Unchained by Quentin Tarantino!
Quentin's pen was mightier than the sword when it came to defeating Michael Haneke for Amour, John Gatins for Flight, Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola for Moonrise Kingdom, and Mark Boal for Zero Dark Thirty!
That's one talented crop to top! Quite a feat for the filmmaker!