It's a HollyScoop story titled: HUGH JACKMAN STARSTRUCK BY JOHN TRAVOLTA. And it goes something like this: "Hugh Jackman is a big-time Hollywood star who we're assuming NEVER gets starstruck, because he's the one doing the star-striking (Is that a word? Nevermind) but there is one A-lister who ha ... More >>
Victor Garber was one of the people onstage at the Golden Globes after it was announced that Argo--which he's in--had copped Best Picture, Drama. He's also in the series Deception. But I guess he doesn't want any more deception.
This photo (by Rob Trucks) was actually not taken last night, though he was wearing the same shirt and everything.The Hold Steady Music Hall of Williamsburg Sunday, January 30 Better Than: Watching the SAG Awards, whatever they are. "It's Sunday night," Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn says ... More >>
A nasty person would probably say the president of SAG is also the president of sagging. But nasty people ain't me! It's true that Alan Rosenberg, who heads the actors group, flaunts his jowls and wrinkles in a way that seems at odds with the Botoxed bunch he's in charge of. But I think that's absol ... More >>
Nominations have been announced for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, which from the look of its glammed-up website is looking to join the Oscars and the People's Golden Global Choice Awards in the public's affection. The nominees are mostly expected -- Langella, Penn, Streep, Mickey Rourke, et alia; ... More >>
Today the Post’s front page features a smiling Barack Obama. The paper is endorsing the Illinois Senator in the Democratic primary on Tuesday. The tabloid’s reason? Well, much like the New York Times and its endorsement of John McCain for the Republican primary, it’s a case of "It’s not you, ... More >>
What was your favorite part of last night's SAG awards? Daniel Day-Lewis's drippy Heath Ledger speech or Julie Christie's witchy and wanton Alzheimer's joke? Don't answer! Julie wins by a landslide! But since her speech had a rah-rah Writer's Guild bent to it, Jules probably shouldn't have neglected ... More >>
Joan Rivers, Bohemia, and the Oscars