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As a recent study by the Los Angeles Times revealed, Oscar voters are mostly old, white men who probably vote for movies like The Artist because they can still remember the age of silent film. As a result, there's a disconnect between what The Academy considers a "Best Picture" and the opinion of the general public, which tends toward funnier and sexier fare (see: Ryan Gosling). Here's a list of films that got shafted. More»
It's the day after the biggest show in Hollywood, but the Oscars have nothing on Sheen today. Charlie Sheen is "a total bitchin’ rock star from Mars," and all of you average minded people out there just don't have the ability to understand him. There's this and much more, live from my "desk" in LA today... More»
It's award season in Hollywood, ladies and gentlemen! This is the time to look fresh and hit the best after parties in your most fashionable digs. While some people step up their game and dress the part, others fall way short of the mark and stumble into disaster territory. More»
[Davis Guggenheim, David Nugent, Alec Baldwin. All photos by ROB RICH]. via hamptons.guestofaguest.com: The Lodge in East Hampton held a private dinner with Hamptons Magazine and HIFF on Friday in honor of, "It Might Get Loud," the latest movie from Oscar winning director, David Guggenheim. Alec Baldwin and Elizabeth Shue were among those in the audience, building anticipation for who might show at tonight's NYC screening. More>>
Have you ever wondered what is served at the Annual Oscar Award ceremony each year? I have...food is sometimes the best part of a party. And for this party, they always call in the best of the best. This year, Chef Wolfgang Puck brought along his crew (pictured above with pastry chef Sherry Yard). Did you know that most food (even salmon) can be turned into Oscar Statue look a likes?
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[Megan Kuitems and Richie Akiva at 1OAK. All photos by BILLY FARRELL for PMc]
While some of us spent Sunday night ordering Thai food and trying to scrape up 10 bucks for our betting pool (ahem), other, more socially-inclined Oscar viewers gathered at 1OAK for Moet & Chandon's Private Oscar Viewing Party. Kudos to Star Jones, Denise Rich, Lynn Whitfield, Scott Sartiano, Richie Akiva, and other party-goers for keeping it classy - just look at those golden statuettes!
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Saturday, March 8
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.