2016 Oscars Nominated Actress: Boycott Is Racist To Whites

2016 Academy Award nominee, Charlotte Rampling, says she thinks the proposed boycott of the Oscars over the absence of black actors and directors, is racist toward whites.

In the interview, Rampling, a British actress nominated for her role in “45 Years,” was asked in a radio interview if she felt African-American director Spike Lee was right to pledge to boycott the Oscars over the absence of blacks among the nominees.

Academy Award Charlotte Rampling

“No, I find to the contrary, that it’s racist toward whites,” said Rampling, who is nominated for her role in the British drama “45 Years.” When asked to elaborate Continue reading

Natalie Portman Is Off The Market For Good

Natalie Portman is totally OFF the market now.

Portman, 31, who had a baby with French dance choreographer Benjamin Millepied, 35, married the dude on Saturday night.

Portman and Millepied have been engaged for the last two years, and first met on the set of Black Swan in 2009. This last weekend, the two tied the knot on the scenic central California coast of Big Sur.

No information has been released about which celebrity guests attended, but one was rumored to be Ivanka Trump of all people.


“Airbender” Takes Home Top Razzie Prize

Before award season comes to an unofficial end tonight with the Oscars, another Hollywood tradition took place devoid of stars, fancy dresses or even stars. It’s the guilty pleasure known as the Razzies.

“The Last Airbender” took home the Razzie for Worst Picture on it’s way to leading Saturday’s Razzies with a total of five awards including worst director and worst screenplay for M. Night Shyamalan. Praise for film was non-existent from the show’s founder John Wilson. “He’s managed to take a cartoon property and make it even less lifelike by making it with real actors, ” said Wilson. “Most people who like the show, and this would include my 14-year-old son, hated the movie. It made no sense whatsoever.”

The mockery of the Academy Awards which takes place the night before the Oscars celebrates Hollywood’s most skewered cinematic uh…achievements. This year was no different as nominees once again lacked the courage of last year’s winner Sandra Bullock in showing up to accept the award.

Rounding out the top honors: Ashton Kutcher was voted as worst actor for not only “Killers”, but also “Valentine’s Day”. Jessica Alba cleaned house for worst actress in four 2010 films including “The Killer Inside Me”, “Little Fockers”, “Machete” and Valentine’s Day.”

So what about Worst Actress, you may ask? Well, that honor went to the stars of “Sex and the City 2″. I’m assuming Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon’s invites were lost in the mail. Wilson wasn’t short in explaining why they deserved the prize.

“It was released in the middle of a period of American history when everyone’s scrounging not to lose their homes, and these women are riding around in Rolls-Royces, buying expensive shoes and just throwing money around like they’re drunk, ” said Wilson.
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