This is so awful!
Oscars News Archive
A lot of people may not like Anne Hathaway, but they have to respect her courage! She didn't Plead the Fifth once!
Though one of her answers was a little suspect…
Andy brought up a rumor from four years ago about some pics of Anne smoking a huge blunt, then asked how big a stoner she was for real. Anne replied portentously:
Any more of these titles and Julia Roberts is seriously going to be embarrassed, okay?
It's been 26 years since the Smurfs: The Lost Village star graced her first People magazine cover when she was crowned the World's Most Beautiful Woman in 1991.
Now, over two decades — not to mention dozens of movie roles, three kids, and one Oscar — later, the 49-year-old has received the coveted honor once again like it was still 1997!
Roberts and her million dollar smile took over the cover of People's May 1 issue, marking her fifth career win for the Most Beautiful title!
The Lancôme brand ambassador was honored over her record fifth win, but joked that it's all downhill from this point on. She told the publication:
No, really. The Live By Night director is still living night and day in the guest house of the family home he shares with his (soon-to-be ex) wife.
A source even confirmed the cordial living arrangement, as they dished to People:
There are some seriously messed up people in the world.
It appears as though a couple from New York took away a very dark lesson from watching the Oscar winning movie, Manchester By The Sea.
***Warning: Spoilers for MBTS ahead***
In case you didn't catch the movie, Casey Affleck's character in the celebrated film battles with crippling depression after he accidentally sets a fire which causes his house to burn down with his children inside.
Instead of being disturbed by the heartbreaking scene, Ernest and Heather Franklin became allegedly inspired by the scenario. According to Chenango County District Attorney Joseph McBride, the Franklins' mentally and physically disabled 16-year-old (named Jeffrey) was killed within two hours of the couple watching the flick on February 28. The twosome then supposedly set their house on fire cover up the crime.
We should also mention, the Franklins had adopted Jeffrey. During a bail hearing on Friday, McBride relayed:
The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences can't live down the Oscars' Best Picture mix up!
It's been over a month since Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty announced the wrong winner for the Best Picture award, but David Copperfield and Nancy O'Dell couldn't help but make fun of the snafu while presenting the Song Of The Year trophy at the Academy Of Country Music Awards.
After jokingly announcing "Emma Stone, La La Land" as the winner, the two presenters corrected themselves by revealing that Thomas Rhett's Die A Happy Man was the real winner.
Mr. Rhett seemed unbothered by the spoof as he also made a La La Land joke during his acceptance speech!
Be sure to watch the whole thing go down for yourself (below)!