There are actors (like Peter O'Toole and Glenn Close) who've gotten nominated a whole lot of times and never won. Yet.
But how about the ones who've never even been nominated? In the case of the dead ones, I'm pretty sure they never will be! Now that's gotta hurt.
Here are some of the top omission ... More >>
There are a lot to choose from because, just like they soar in special and exciting ways, celebs also mess up with a gigantic splash heard 'round the world.
Here are the choices for the worst star boo-boos of our times, as selected by the posters over at datalounge.com:
Cher's hair care infomerci ... More >>
"I think I'm done with the sad-gay man drama," writes film critic John DiLeo in his new book of essays.
Mind you, DiLeo raved about Brokeback Mountain, loved Sean Penn's performance in Milk, and admired a lot about A Single Man.
But he's right in pointing out that it would be nice to also have mor ... More >>
Not a lot to report here except this: Hugh Grant, lovable blinky British actor and phone hacking victim, is actually named Hugh John Mungo Grant. We discovered this while reading about Grant's testimony in the Leveson inquiry into media ethics by British red-tops in a no less reputable source than t ... More >>
This Sunday at 9 PM is the second installment of the four-week series on TV Guide Network called From Glamour to Slammer! 100 Hollywood Crimes, Misdemeanors, and Dirty Deeds.
The series examines the alleged criminal actions of names like Michael Jackson, Hugh Grant, Lindsay Lohan, Marvin Gay ... More >>
Mr. MurdochMedia baron Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation and News International, which include our local Wall Street Journal and New York Post, plus England's News of the World, Times of London and The Sun tabloids, in addition to Fox, all of its arms and beyond, are feeling the increased siz ... More >>
The Daily MealThe Daily Meal just put out its giant listicle of the most powerful Americans in food. The list is an interesting one that runs the gamut from chefs (Tom Colicchio, José Andrés), local media (Sam Sifton, Lockhart Steele), TV stars (Rachael Ray, Guy Fieri), and politicos (Thom ... More >>
Our dear friend Emma Thompson has announced that she's writing a screen remake of My Fair Lady and Carey Mulligan will play the street urchin turned grand dame Eliza Doolittle.
I think this casting is absolutely loverly.
Mulligan--so good as a woman conned in An Education--is just plucky e ... More >>
F2K has been a countdown of the 50 worst songs of the decade. Relive the whole long journey here. Thank you, and we're sorry.
As a concession to a vile, contemptible decade marked by commerce over reason, we pleaded to our editors at the Village Voice to let us publish the No. 1 entry as one of t ... More >>
Because it's a straight and narrow path from Estee Lauder to animal husbandry, former Hugh Grant consort, bikini model, and cosmetics shill Elizabeth Hurley is now selling beef jerky. Like Hurley herself, this jerky comes saturated with plenty of marketing savvy: it's certified organic and ma ... More >>
Now look here. It was a dick move by Kanye, no question -- the farcical situation and meaninglessness of the award itself notwithstanding, the look on Taylor Swift's face as he bratted out for the 15,000th time seemed to be legitimately heartbreaking. (Leno: "When did you know you were wrong?" Kan ... More >>
On Third Avenue.
Albany went coup-coup! Pedro Espada Jr. seized the state senate with the help of Hiram Monserrate and billionaire Tom Golisano. After some skirmishes, which saw Tom Duane appearing to lean GOP to save gay marriage, the Dems locked the chamber, but Espada got the key and the GOP w ... More >>
TMZ claims Hugh Grant kicked their photographer in the balls last night outside the Waverly Inn. Did we say "claims"? We're just exhibiting our usual caution; TMZ has video. To be fair, it looks like it might have been a kick in the shins; it's hard to tell from the low-quality vid. Also, you might ... More >>