The media response I’ve heard following the Oscars have been especially unkind to Goldie Hawn and Kim Novak—both of whom seem to have taken all too obvious steps to hide the aging process.
Cate Blanchett won the Academy Award for lead actress Sunday for her portrayal of Jasmine, the fallen New York socialite in the Woody Allen film “Blue Jasmine.”
It is Blanchett’s second Oscar win, following supporting honors for playing Katharine Hepburn in Martin Scorsese’s 2004 movie “The Aviator.” She was also nominated for “Elizabeth,” “I’m Not There,” “Notes on a Scandal” and “Elizabeth: The Golden Age.”
The Oscar comes on the heels of a virtual awards-season sweep for Blanchett. She won the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards and honors from the National Film Critics Society, the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. and New York Film Critics Circle.
My news aggregator pulled up this really silly bit of comedy.
Sad thing is, you can see GOHMERT! saying these things.
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If you spend much time talking about diversity in Hollywood, it’s an argument you’ll hear often: that ethnic and gender diversity is nice, but it doesn’t make a movie profitable or bring ratings to a TV show.
But researchers at the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA have produced a study that just might stick a pin in that defense, sorting through over 1,200 films and TV shows to reach a provocative conclusion:
Diversity makes more money and brings bigger audiences.
The study, 2014 Hollywood Diversity Report: Making Sense of the Disconnect, found that broadcast TV shows with casts featuring 41 to 50 percent nonwhite characters attracted the highest household ratings. For films, those with 21 to 30 percent nonwhite diversity earned the most revenue.
And since the recession, who among us couples has not had some tough days? So a Valentines day song with a little attitude about holding off the world for each other.
I saw this news this afternoon and it still makes me very sad. I can still hear her singing “On the good ship Lollipop …” She was a very interesting person with a career that had many detours. Actress and Ambassador she spread her smile and her knowledge around the world. Please read the article from The Huffington Post: huffingtonpost.com