There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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In an interview for The Hollywood Reporter's "Awards Chatter" podcast, the 69-year-old said the entertainment industry needed to "stop blaming the Academy" for the lack of minority representation — echoing the statements of Whoopi Goldberg and George Clooney.
The three-time Oscar winner said he was a "huge supporter" of the Academy Awards, but, like most, was surprised that certain films and performances were not honored in this year's nominees.
OMG, move over, George Clooney! We don't care about you right now!
Amal Clooney stepped onto the red carpet like a goddess at the Hail, Caesar! premiere at the Berlinale Film Festival Thursday!
She was truly breathtaking in a vintage Yves Saint Laurent black sequined gown with tulle overlay from 1981! So fabulous! We just wanna stare and stare!
The human rights lawyer left her movie star husband in the dust with her gorgeousness!
We especially love her glowing makeup and those ruby red lips!
George was in all black again and looked pretty ho-hum.
Way to outdo your husband in every way, girl! LOLz!
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The silver fox told People magazine that he wants his Hail Caesar! costar to receive the honor for a second time!
And the 54-year-old reminded the popular publication that he's been pretty influential in the past, since he apparently helped Matt Damon lock down the title back in 2007, saying:
"Remember, I worked with Matt Damon and got him over the hump."
And now, he's planning to offer the same support for the 35-year-old, telling the actor:
So maybe this weekend is for football and not for movies?
The box office results are in from the weekend, and it isn't the greatest thing for Hail, Caesar!, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, OR The Choice!
The George Clooney-led flick Hail, Caesar! only did $11.4 million from
On Wednesday, the Trumbo actress addressed the controversy with England's Channel 4 News, and came to the defense of the Academy!
When asked if she felt the prestigious award show was "behind the times" for having all-white actor nominees for the second consecutive year, she said: