#BornThisDay: Marilyn Monroe

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June 1st, 1926- Norma Jeane Mortenson “Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius & it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring." 53 years after her death, Marilyn Monroe remains an enchanting enigma. She was once the most famous woman in the world & ... See the Rest

Awwww. The Saddest Moment of the Oscars Caught on Vine

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When Eddie Redmayne wins Best Actor for drooling on his shoulder in that dreckish bit of disease porn, the camera pans over to catch poor Michael Keaton putting his speech back in his pocket. Your heart will just BREAK as he realizes he just lost the Oscars. Watch it after the ... See the Rest

#Oscars: Birdman Wins Big! NPH Exposes Himself! Oprah Thinks “Everything Is Awesome”!

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Neil Patrick Harris started us off in song dance and in the end lost his pants (in an homage to Birdman) so, it'd be hard to say he DIDN'T give it his all. A running gag had Harris asking Oscar winner Octavia Spencer, who was seated front row, to keep an eye on a box containing ... See the Rest

#Oscars: Here’s Your FREE Wow Report Color-By-Number Ballot

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Are you having an Academy Award's viewing party? It doesn't take much; a TV, (cocktails!), some colored pens and pencils... You can turn The Wow Report's FREE Color-By-Number Oscar Ballot (created by me, Trey Speegle) into a party for 2 or 20. Click on the image to enlarge for a ... See the Rest

#BAFTAs: Some Male Celebs Answer The Boring Questions Females Get Asked

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It's standard on almost any red carpet these days to ask a woman, "What are you wearing?"... and the men get asked occasionally but this reporter at the BAFTAs (the equivalent of the Oscars in England) took it as far as she could. She's more than a bit condescending and finally ... See the Rest

#OscarWatch: Amy, Reese & Channing Cover Vanity Fair

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Annie Leibovitz has photographed all but three of the Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue covers since the first edition debuted in 1994 (which I designed, as I've mentioned before, and will do again. Humble brag.) She describes this year’s shoot: “Usually you shoot from fairly far ... See the Rest

Red Carpet Hunks

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Hunks! Hunks! We got your red carpet hunks right here! After the jump, see the SEVEN HOTTEST MEN on God's creation! They're buff, they're dressed to the nines, and and they're PAPPED FOR YOUR PLEASURE. Step right up! Take the BLOG TRIP OF A LIFETIME! See the Red Carpet Hunks of ... See the Rest

#BestPerformances: Tim Walker’s Hockney-Inspired Portfolio For W

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For W magazine's Movie Issue, photographer Tim Walker was inspired by the "colorful, sun-drenched Los Angeles paintings and photographs of David Hockney", as well as the ’70s aesthetic that usually informs the his work. All the actors and actresses were excited to play, to be ... See the Rest