Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by LuckyCharm, Jan 31, 2011.
Red carpet's happening. Ceremony stars soon. Anyone watching?
I'd love to watch just to see Colin and Natalie, but I cancelled my cable subscription 3 months ago.
: Hopefully your fellow FSUers will provide you with all the juicy, snarky details you desire.
Mila Kunis looks freaking amazing. I'm in love with that dress.
Thank you in advance. Just looking at a photo posted of Jesse Eisenberg - he is so cute.
Hilary Swank's arms are RIPPED. I'd totally have her as my Grecian bodyguard.
I am really happy that Julianne Marguilies and The Good Wife got some love.
I haven't seen the show regularly but it seems like Dexter's coworkers must be the worst cops in the world.
Meh, hurry up and show Tina Fey & Amy Poehler. I need to do some other stuff.
Nooo Alec Baldwin? Again?
Wait. Jim Parson wasn't even nominated for a SAG?
Heh. Betty White just beat out both Jane Lynch and Sofia Vergara. Betty's a hoot.
Alec Baldwin won his *fifth* consecutive SAG Award for Male Actor in a Comedy Series.
Also, Julianna Margulies won her *fourth* SAG Award for Female Actor in a Drama Series (two she won in the 1990's for ER, last year and this year for "The Good Wife").
It would be nice if they spread it out a little. Limit one SAG per actor. At least Melissa Leo, Steve Buscemi, and Betty White are first time winners.
They both won. Meh.
I think The Social Network is no longer the favorite for Best Picture. No movie wins the Producer's Guild, Director's Guild, and Screen Actor's Guild and loses the Oscar for Best Picture. Can anyone think of a time where a movie won all three and lost?
yeah i'm eating my words now. TSN may have swept the critics' award, but TKS just trumped at the PGA, DGA, and SAG, and those are by far greater indicators of what will win at the oscars. did not see this coming.
I did! Somehow I had a gut feeling about it all along. (Not that I've seen any of the others yet -- darned Netflix says I can't have TSN for another week!)
Hmm - let's see - a movie about Facebook or a movie about the King of England overcoming a speech impediment while shepherding his country through World War II. I'm thinking the Social Network people won't be Oscar polishing.
I'm thinking that I should never complain about skating dresses again. Many of the dresses worn on the red carpet are fugly beyond belief.
This year's awards seem pretty consistent, which means the Oscars will be predictable again.
I was happy to see Melissa Leo win the best supporting actress. She deserved it. I still don't see her as the Oscar front running though. Hailee might win the Oscar, though I hope she won't. I have a problem with her being nominated as a supporting actress.
The Kings speech is officially the front runner now for best picture. Earlier it seemed the Social Network may beat it, but the SAG award is often a better indicator of the Oscars.
It amused me that TKS won for ensemble acting when just one actor won, whereas two won for The Fighter. Technically, wouldn't that mean that The Fighter's cast was a bit better?
I was kind of disappointed that Natalie Portman was so coherent tonight. We didn't get any babble about her director causing her to get really skinny and indirectly causing her to get fat, or about how her fiance really wanted to have sex with her... boo!
And what the hell, Jesus Bale is gone!
She's stunning and that dress
I may or may not have a mild girlcrush on Mila
The other looks on the other hand...I like Lea Michele's dress, but not her hair or shoes. I normally love how Dianna Agron looks, but this time she looks like she's going to prom. Jennifer Lawrence was tragic. Nicole Kidman's dress is so wrong I don't know where to start. January Jones just tries too hard.
I also thought Amber Riley looked stunning. She doesn't have the easiest body type to dress, but she tends to always look gorgeous. Julianna Margulies was simple but so elegant.
I'm gay and I have a crush on Mila! I always have, since her days on That 70's Show.
Elena Ilinykh and Mila Kunis could be twins! It's ridiculous. Maybe they wouldn't look as alike if I saw them side by side, but when just seeing a picture or one or the other, they seem practically identical!
I like Natalie Portman's column dress but more room should have been allowed for the baby bump. Love her hair and make up.
Not sure why everyone is going ooh aah over Mila's dress--may be it looks better on TV? Her hair looks pretty.
Like the looks of Hillary Swank, Amy Adams and Sofia Vergara. Dislike Jane Lynch, Kim Kardashian, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lawrence and Le Gasp! Helena Bonham Carter.
We'd all die of shock if HBC showed up looking decent just once.
I loved Claire Danes's dress!
Compared to the Golden Globes, I thought HBC looked halfway decent. The hair could have been a little neater, but at least this time it looks like she made an effort.
Anyone dissing Alec Baldwin winning awards is obviously NOT watching 30 Rock. He has been and is perfection in his role. The expert farce writing and supporting cast are excellent, but the show is nothing without AB (and the Jack/Liz relationship).
I'm sure that the other guys are terrific in their roles as well, but if they're better than Baldwin -- they're beyond perfect, and I should be watching those shows!
Speaking of 30 Rock: It's not chatted about here much (sigh, I've failed to keep threads alive on it), but it's having an amazing season. Huge recovery from what seemed to be the beginning of the end season, last season.
And, Tina Fey looked terrific in her red strapless number, last night.
for modern family winning the best comedy ensemble. They really, really are.
No. It's not just based on the nominees. It's the ensemble. Plus, TKS won in lead actor whereas The Fighter won in supporting roles and their lead actor didn't even get a nomination. Honestly, I think you could make a case for either one. Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, and Helena Bonham Carter really were fabulous, and I think the rest of the supporting cast probably was stronger than their counterparts in The Fighter. But, definitely kudos to Bale, Leo, and Adams.
Great dress and she is stunning but ... holy unfortunate photo composition, batman, the velvet ropes in the background look like some bizzare belt or body chains!
I don't think the ensemble award is based on how many awards were won by the movie, but rather to how it contributed to the overall picture. I don't really have a list of the criteria, but this is my interpretation of it.
ITA about Natalie. Her babble about her personal life was getting really annoying. It's good she got rid of that.
I'm watching the E! Fashion Police, and Joan is I also like Kelly Osbourne as a foil. Loving Kelly more and more each time because she's actually constructive and am surprised by how often I find myself nodding my head along with the advice she's giving.
I could do without the other two, they don't seem to add a lot except to act like they're shocked by Joan. Loved and this comment about Claire Danes (paraphrased): She's been looking beautiful on every red carpet because she's sitting next to Temple Grandin. Since Temple Grandin's not here, they put her next to Helena Bonham Carter.
I love Kelly. Wish they'd get rid of Rancid and the other person, and have someone like Tom and Lorenzo, and then we'd be set.
ETA: "If the Glee girls keep this up, I might able to tell them apart"
On Lea Michele: "She's like a young Barbara Streisand that people actually want to f*ck"
Joan, I love you.
Rancid picks Mila Kunis, George picks Amber Riley and Kelly picks Lea Michele. Joan calls Rancid & Kelly as crazy as the last hour of Black Swan, and picks Amber Riley.
Rancid picks Christina Hendricks, George picks Jenna Fischer and Kelly picks Winona Ryder. Joan agrees with Rancid and Christina Hendricks it is.
I hate Lea Michele's face... I mean, not her face itself, but the expression she insists on making absolutely every time she is photographed.
By the way, when Joan Rivers made that joke about only two out of the three women who work for Comcast/NBC (Joan, Chelsea Handler, Tina Fey) being funny, is it Fey or Handler she doesn't think is funny?
And whatever happened to Fashion Police's Peter Ishkhans? Although both he and Rivers on the same panel would be a little too . And I certainly don't miss Jay Manuel.
It's Handler. Joan's "gone there" before. Plus, she is def. a Fey fangirl.
I and Joan's joke about Hilary Swank --"I love when she softens her look ... it makes us think maybe she doesn't really have a p---s" ......... And then, later, "we've seen her on screen as a boxer, as a man, and [I think I heard -- it was drowned out by one of the others talking] of course, playing a horse."
The Fighter would have won best ensemble, but Mark Wahlberg's presence dragged them all down into last place.
I loved Mark Wahlberg in The Fighter. I thought he did very well. So there.
I was disappointed with SAG Fashion Police. It just seemed missing. There was no talk about the men, no focus on jewellery and little on hair. Three things I like to see. And while Kelly Osbourne does say some good things. I couldn't get pass the awful bright pink lips and those tattoos on her arms.
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