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*passes out*
this just in (okay, maybe a few hrs. ago) via InsidetheGold

To just break off a little of all the Japanese films on the front page~~ xD

Tim Burton - Alice in Wonderland - Red Queen

First, I must tell you. These are fantastic, and now I’m just dying to see it. Even more so than when I wrote my brief article on horrorific films~~~ Bonham Carter looks abso-bloody-lutely crazy  good on that with the big head… the eyebrows or lack thereof, the lips, the hair… and that look, man!

Tim Burton - Alice in Wonderland

Tim Burton - Alice in Wonderland

Tim Burton - Alice in Wonderland

Tim Burton - Alice in Wonderland - Mad Hatter

Tim Burton - Alice in Wonderland - White Queen

is it just me, or is Johnny looking very Elijah Wood right there??? LOL

The sites AfterElton.com and AfterEllen.com have released their Hot100 list this year, and out actors Neil Patrick Harris and Portia de Rossi top their respective lists. Also in those lists…

Portia de Rossi

Jennifer Beals ranking in #2, Lena Headey in #3, Leisha Hailey in #4, Tina Fey in #7, Katherine Moennig in #11, Rachel Shelley in #12, Kate Winslet in #13, Ellen DeGeneres making up the Top15. Clementine Ford made it to #18,  Ellen Page (21), Pink (25), Emily Blunt (34), Jodie Foster (39),  Natalie Portman (41, what? behind LiLo??? Geez), Penelope Cruz (56), Mary-Louise Parker (57), Cate Blanchett (66), Anne Hathaway (83), Rachel Weisz (84), Maryl Streep (87), and Emma Watson at 99.

LOL’ That was a long not-a-list~

Neil Patrick Harris

The dudes at AfterElton show you the proper way to show a list… from the bottom up. Starting with Emile Hirsch (88), Patrick Wilson (86), Nathan Fillion (85), Matt Damon (84),  George Clooney (73), Clive Owen (72), Ryan Gosling (65), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (61), Lee Pace (60), Gael Garcia Bernal (59), James McAvoy (57), Christian Bale (56), Ewan McGregor (48), David Boreanaz (47), Justin Timberlake (42), Daniel Craig (32),  Johnny Depp (29), Brad Pitt (18). And rounding up the Top10, there’s James Franco in #10, Hugh Jackman in #8, and Jake Gyllenhaal in #4.

Not many Asians now, is there? =o(

Will be blogging when Red Carpet begins… even though I’m not that good at it. But check back on this spot for Red Carpet moments, and Winners as they are announced.

Also, I was invited to be ‘panelist’ at ITG, so head over there for a LIVE blog of the Award show itself.

Moments and winners, will be posted as they happen after the break

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Awarded Movie Watched List

January 27, 2009 — 2 Comments

Last year was a particularly good year for me to watch films. Why? Well, compared to the previous year, in which many or most of the films nominated were still on my ‘to-watch’ list, this year I’ve done all my movie watching before Oscar was announced.

Oscar Ballot 81st - Watched

Green = WATCHED
Orange = Dying to watch~~

Less than a month to Oscar, 4 films I’m dying to see~~ *cross fingers*

SAGs are Today!

January 25, 2009 — Leave a comment

Totally forgot about them during the week…

I doubt I’ll be doing the Red Carpet live blogging… but be sure to check outthe website for blogging of the ceremony as winners are announced… Also, check out Inside the Gold for more live blogging of the event.

I am most likely RUBBISH at SAG prediction. Last year, when I did that Marion Cotillard FYC fan-made campaign, it totally slipped my mind and she lost. Anyway, I’ve seen almost ALL films… except for Rachel Getting Married, and Tropic Thunder. LOL’ yes, you can roll your eyes if you want.

Outstanding Male Actor in a Leading Role:
Sean Penn – Milk
Best Surprise:
Richard Jenkins – The Visitor

Outstanding Female Actor in a Leading Role:
Kate Winslet – Revolutionary Road
Best Surprise:
Meryl Streep – Doubt
I’m sorry… I did enjoy her character however bad you may think she was. But I’m iffy here… Anne Hathaway still has a chance, in my opinion~~~ I already explained the BAFTA snub.

Outstanding Male Actor in a Supporting Role:
Heath Ledger – The Dark Knight
Best Surprise:
Philip Seymour Hoffman – Doubt
Sorry, after watching Doubt, I am a big BIG fan of the film in respect of acting.

Outstanding Male Actor in a Supporting Role:
Taraji P. Henson – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Best Surprise:
Penelope Cruz – Vicky Cristina Barcelona
I probably could’ve chosen the opposite, but the fact that I got it so wrong last year makes me think Henson has the best shot at it here. Penelope speaks a little too much Spanish in this role, that’s why I’m iffy. Otherwise, I would’ve chosen her as my winner. Of course, Winslet could win here and screw me up in the Leading Actress~~ LOL

Outstanding Performance by a Cast:
Milk
Best Surprise:
Doubt

– That’s it~~~ all my film winner predictions. Sorry, don’t do TV, but I’m expecting Tina Fey and 30 Rock to make an appearance in the stage. Quick thoughts?