Zendaya Fires Back At Giuliana Rancic Over Racist Hair Comments


(PCM) Teen actress and musician, Zendaya took the high road and was able to put E! “Fashion Police” host Giuliana Rancic in her place without ever naming names, after Rancic made racist commentary about Zendaya’s dredlocked hair at the Oscars.

During a post-Oscar episode of “Fashion Police” Rancic commented on Zendaya’s hair saying “‘I feel like she smells like patchouli oil … or maybe weed”. Zendaya, who looked absolutely gorgeous in her white off-should Vivienne Westwood gown and Chopard jewels, was deeply insulted by Rancic’s thoughtless statements and took to social media to school the E! personality about her ignorance … read more...

Did The Plastic Baby Seal The Oscar Fate Of “American Sniper”


(PCM) It was a running joke online leading up to last night’s Academy Award’s telecast that the use of a plastic baby, instead of a real baby in American Sniper would cost the film its’ Best Picture win.

It seems that during the filming there was actually a real baby cast in the film, however the baby had a fever and was unable to make it to the shoot day. Shockingly, the baby’s understudy was a no-show as well, forcing filmmakers to use a plastic baby doll instead. Watch the clip below:

Fandango’s Dave Karger started the joke at a … read more...

2015 Oscar Winners! Live!

Oscars2(PCM) The 87th Annual Academy Awards are taking place tonight, February 22, in L.A.’s Dolby Theater and all of Hollywood has come out to celebrate the best films of the past year.

Facing outcries and protests at the lack of diversity in this year’s nominees, the Awards show opened with a timely joke by host Neil Patrick Harris: “We’re here tonight to celebrate Hollywood’s whitest, um, brightest stars.”

The opening number was a grand homage to cinema greats throughout history and included NPH dueting with Anna Kendrick and Jack Black crashing the number.

The big question on everyone’s mind is …

Children Adorably Act Out This Year’s Oscar-nominated Films


(PCM) As we gear up for Oscar season, we have discovered a video of some absolutely adorable children acting out some key scenes from this year’s Oscar-nominated Best Picture contenders.

Those films include “American Sniper”, “Selma”, “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, “Birdman”, “The Theory of Everything”, “Imitation Game”, “Boyhood” and “Whiplash”!

The children are pretty much on-point for the characters that they are portraying with the highlights being the wheel-chair bound child as a young Stephen Hawking from “The Theory Of Everything” and the mustachioed young boy playing Martin Luther King, Jr from “Selma”.

The adorable video has been viewed over …

The LEGO Movie Director Responds Perfectly To Oscar Snub

(PCM) Everyone, ourselves included, thought sure that the ridiculously popular animated film “The LEGO Movie” was a shoo-in to receive an Oscar nomination in the category for “Best Animated Feature”.

All were shocked when the film wasn’t included in the nominees losing out to “Big Hero 6″, “The Boxtroll”, “How To Train Your Dragon 2″, “Song Of The Sea” and “The Tale Of Princess Kaguya” (yeah, we haven’t heard of the last one either)

However, despite the Oscar snub, “The LEGO Movie” director Phillip Lord had the best possible response to the situation, tweeting out:


The Nominations for the 2015 Oscars Are Here!

Oscars2(PCM) After months of speculation and buzz, the nominations for the 87th Oscars are here!

The full list of nominations were announced on a live stream this morning by Chris Pine, Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs, and directors Alfonso Cuarón and J.J. Abrams at a special two-part live news conference at the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.

Taking place on Sunday, February 22, 2015, the 87th Annual Academy Awards will be aired live by the ABC Television Network at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood.

Check out the full list of nominations for the 87th Annual … read more...

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