Earlier today, we announced the full list of the 2012 Oscar nominees, and we were pleased with many of the selections!
Now, some of the nominated stars have opened up about the Academy's choices!
Here's what Gary Oldman had to say about his Best Actor nomination for Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy:
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Why was she so surprised! She's freakin' Meryl Streep!
A rock solid lady in her own right, Meryl Streep just won the Golden Globe for Best Drama Actress for her powerful performance in The Iron Lady!
She struggled a bit with her speech … but we're putting the blame on George Clooney for not running onstage with her glasses so she could read her speech! But once she got to the jab at Harvey Weinstein, she found her way!
P.S. - Um, did Meryl just drop the "S" bomb! The classiest woman alive has such a diiiiiiirty mouth! Ha!
Next stop — The Oscars!
[Image via WENN.]
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We LOOOOOVE these!
Check out the newly released posters (above, and below) of Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady!
These are all pret-ty great, but we're especially loving the Banksy-inspired poster pictured above! Very, very cool!
What do U think? Are U more excited for The Iron Lady after checking out these posters???
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The Obamas are prepping the White House for the silver screen as Barack and Michelle prepare to screen movies for private viewing.
The White House has requested a print for Meryl Streep's The Iron Lady. Meryl has some serious buzz floating around her performance and it sounds like the Obamas want to see for themselves!
The POTUS has also requested the
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Meryl Streep attended the London premiere of her Oscar-worthy film The Iron Lady on Wednesday night.
Meryl walked the blue carpet, a nod to Margaret Thatcher's trademark blue outfits and the Conservative party's color, in a Stella McCartney dress with a black and blue Lindsey Thornburg coat.
[Image via Mavrix Online.]
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