This is sickening.
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The queen reigns supreme!
Bow down, Perezcious readers, because for the second year in a row, Oprah Winfrey has been named Forbes’ Most influential Celebrity in America!
While her talk show has been off the air since 2011, Mighty O has been taking over in other ways, like with her OWN network, Harpo Productions and tons of high-profile and controversial celeb interviews!
Celebs get ranked after Americans are surveyed on their likeability and personality traits, with Oprah being rated 48 percent influential this year!
Find out which other stars made up the top ten… AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Twelve years after the underwhelming third installment sent Jurassic Park to franchise purgatory, Universal is finally taking the first steps to move ahead with the next sequel!
The production company stiffened the movie boner in our dino-underoos today by announcing the director of Jurassic Park IV:
It's Colin Trevorrow!
OK, don't everyone rush off to IMDB at once!
Colin helmed Safety Not Guaranteed with Aubrey Plaza and it was one of 2012's BEST quirky rom-coms featuring a time-traveling boat!
While the up-and-coming filmmaker's resume isn't as big as, say, JP4 executive producer Steven Spielberg's dong, we're totes confident this project can be
We're still bummed that Ben Affleck got snubbed, but the award couldn't have gone to a more seasoned director!!
That's right, Ang Lee has won the Oscar for Best Director! Life of Pi represent!!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above)!!
Up against some SERIOUS talent, it was no easy fight! Also up for the award was Amour (Michael Haneke), Beasts of the Southern Wild (Benh Zeitlin), Lincoln (Steven Spielberg), and Silver Linings Playbook (David O. Russell) — which is about as amazeballs as you can get!!
We're so happy for Ang, though! Good work to everyone else too!!
It's too bad they don't have a Best Tiger award!! LOLz!!
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We won't know for sure until the big day, but with Oscars voting ending in mere hours, betting gurus are picking their faves!
So who should you be backing in your office Oscar pool?
Best Picture seems like a lock for Argo, which has already taken just about every award possible!
For Best Actress, it looks like we'll get yet another misunderstood movie quote from the lovely Jennifer Lawrence!
You may want to bet a penny - or better yet a fiver - on Daniel Day-Lewis to win Best Actor for Lincoln!
Anne Hathaway's breathtaking - and hair-cropping - performance in Les Misérables is just about guaranteed gold at this point!
And once again, Quentin Tarantino is the frontrunner for Best Original Screenplay for his sleeper hit Django Unchained!
But, of course, as any oddsmaker will tell you, anything can happen on any given Sunday!
Except Any Given Sunday can't win anything. It's not nominated and is like, ten years old.
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Well, we think it's safe to say that the members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences must be kicking themselves right now!
And if they're not, they SHOULD be!
Because after being NOTICEABLY snubbed from the "Best Director" category of the upcoming Academy Awards for his truly magnificent work on Argo, Ben Affleck was named outstanding director for the flick at the 65th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards last night in El Lay, beating out Kathryn Bigelow for Zero Dark Thirty, Tom Hooper for Les Miserables, Ang Lee for Life of Pi and Steven Spielberg for Lincoln!
But what's most telling - at least to us - about the win is that it marks the THIRD time since the DGA Awards started in 1948 that its 15,000 members have voted in this category for a nominee that has been up for the Oscar!
It's MORE than deserved, Ben!
And we think VERY telling of how the Academy might vote for your flick in the categories for which it HAS been nominated!
But only time will confirm that!
Check out the rest of the winners from last night's DGA Awards…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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For the love of all that is sacred and holy, please — someone — MAKE THIS HAPPEN!
Warner Bros. is in talks with Steven Spielberg and Amblin Entertainment to make a Gremlins re-boot!!!
YES! YES! YES!
It's been 22 years, 7 months, and 3 days since the vastly underrated Gremlins 2: The New Batch graced theaters with its Hulk Hogan-infused presence, and the world hasn't set eyes on a Mogwai since!
Sure, we've encountered our
fair unfair share of unfounded speculation!
Stand next to the
water cooler fridge with Diet Coke in any Hollywood office, and your ears are bound to ingest a few delicately wonderful rumors about a Gremlins re-boot — but that talk never leads anywhere!
This time, however, those careless whispers could actually come true!!
Of course, Stevie Sunshine wouldn't direct the reboot/remake/sequel/amusement park ride — seriously, we fans will settle for anything — but he would serve as a producer!
If it helps, we promise to never eat past midnight ever again, LOLz!! But, no — REALLY!
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