Oh, you delightfully demure little lady!
Jennifer Lawrence is this close to winning her first Academy Award, but the young thespian still considers herself way too inexperienced to take on Inside the Actors Studio!
In fact, James Lipton invited her on the iconic show and she declined!
After being nominated for Best Actress twice in three years, the Silver Linings Playbook star admitted she's nowhere near feeling comfortable enough to teach her craft to others.
Furthermore, J. Law is afraid she
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The 85th Academy Awards isn't waiting for anyone, even if it's still a month and a half away!
Hosted by Seth MacFarlane, whose movie Ted was inexplicably snubbed from the Best Documentary category, the show now has its very first promo for the masses. It follows closely on the heels of the Oscar nominations which were announced just this morning!
Though, we should be careful saying Seth is actually in the promo, because apparently it's a very different person just PLAYING Seth.
Watch the video (above) to find out who!
Were you happy with the nominations today??
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Three 6 Mafia member DJ Paul has been arrested!
The rapper was taken in by the NYPD on Sunday night after being confronted for drinking an open container of alcohol outside of a Manhattan restaurant.
While being frisked, the Academy Award winner informed the arresting officers that he had a taser in his pocket, which is totally illegal.
In what must have been an embarrassing moment for them, the officers accidentally discharged the taser while handling it. Ha!
To top off the amusing arrest, sources say the cops were
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If you Google the definition of "unnecessary" (because let's be honest, nobody uses dictionaries anymore), you'll get a picture taken from the original Wizard of Oz, but presented in 3D and you have to wear glasses to see it.
Okay, so that's not true. Honestly though, who makes these decisions? Why would you celebrate a milestone by messing with a classic??
It's true — in 'celebration' of W.B.'s 90th anniversary, we're getting a whole slew of things. This includes a bunch of special edition collections AND
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FX is developing a television show that could easily be another hit.
After all, the source material won two Oscars!
Joel and Ethan Coen's Fargo is in the process of becoming an hourlong program for the network which made a name for itself with crime shows like The Shield and Sons of Anarchy.
While Noah Hawley, the creator of The Unusuals and My Generation, is writing the pilot, fans should be happy to hear that the Coen Brothers are executive producing it!
It's probably a bad idea to bring this dark and twisted tale without their participation (like the time they tried in 2003), so it's a good thing they are on board!
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As long as the quality of Anthony Hopkins' acting lives up to the that of his makeup in Hitchcock, there is a strong possibility that he may be earning his second Academy Award this winter.
A poster for the highly anticipated flick has been released (above) and is relying on Hopkins incredible resemblance to the real-life director to lure the audiences into the theater when the film is released on November 23.
The biopic focuses on the making of Psycho, so we're a little surprised the marketing doesn't play off the classic horror film — but there's more promotion to come.
Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Biel also star, so we're definitely looking forward to a trailer. See all those lovely ladies in action!
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No words are needed to feel the emotion radiating between Marion Cotillard and her latest leading man, Matthias Schoenaerts, in the trailer for Cannes Film Festival hit Rust and Bone (above).
The upcoming foreign drama looks intense and heartbreaking to the say the least. Since her role in The Dark Knight Rises didn't exactly require her to stretch any acting muscles, this should be a fantastic follow up to remind audiences why she won an Academy Award in the first place.
Since the trailer is a series of visually powerful images aided by M83's My Tears Are Becoming A Sea, it's hard to pick up what this love story is actually about, so here's the synopsis:
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