The race to the Oscars got a little tighter with the presentation of the British Academy Film Awards, a precursor to Hollywood’s big night. ‘The Theory of Everything’s’ Eddie Redmayne took home the bronze Mask, beating out fellow Brit Benedict Cumberbatch for best actor. Julianne Moore continued her road to gold with a win for ‘Still Alice’ as did J.K. Simmons for ‘Whiplash’ and Patricia Arquette for ‘Boyhood’ who are the odds on favorites come Oscar night. ‘Foxcatcher’ star Steve Carell spoke about what it’s been like going through award season.
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Kevin Costner brought his family for the premiere of his new film, ‘McFarland, USA’. The true-life sports drama brought out its young actors as well as stars Maria Bello, Morgan Saylor & Latin singer Juanes.
‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ star Chris Pratt was honored as The Hasty Pudding Theatricals man of the year. Presented with the Golden Pudding Pot, Pratt had a little trouble with the award.
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That’s all for now. We’ll be back tomorrow with more celebrity news and sightings.Feb 11, 2015
The event was the funeral of actor Danny Denzongpa's manager, Madan Mohan. The funeral was attended by many Bollywood celebs such as Sonu Sood, Vindoo Dara Singh, Ranjit, Shahrukh Khan and Danny himself with his entire family. For more info watch this video.Feb 11, 2015
All the Hollywood news and gossip for Tuesday. SHOWS: 1. SHIRLEY MANSON LEAVING CLUB 2. KANYE WEST LEAVING STAPLES CENTER 3. BOBBY BROWN LEAVING CLUB 4. BOBBY BROWN LEAVING CLUB STORY: GarbageFeb 11, 2015
Spider-Man is set to join a host of other super heroes. Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have reached a deal to partner on the next installment of the Spider-Man franchise, uniting the web-slingingFeb 11, 2015
Wim Wenders showed his latest film 'Every Thing Will Be Fine' at the Berlin film festival on Tuesday (February 10), just three days after finishing the edit. The director, who recently won anFeb 11, 2015
German cinema veteran Wim Wenders unveiled his first feature film in seven years Tuesday, the 3D drama "Every Thing Will Be Fine" starring James Franco as a writer who accidentally kills a child. Duration: 01:04Feb 11, 2015