Here are the dancers scheduled to hit the floor come Monday, March 17th:
- Adam Carolla (partner Julianne Hough): Radio personality (friend Jimmy Kimmel should have a ball with this one)
- Cristian de la Fuente (partner Cheryl Burke): Chilean telenovela star
- Penn Gillette (partner Kym Johnson): Magician (a.k.a. the talkative half of Penn & Teller)
- Steve Guttenberg (partner Anna Trebunskaya): Actor (Three Men and a Baby)
- Mario (partner Karina Smirnoff): R&B singer
- Jason Taylor (partner Edyta Sliwinska): Miami Dolphins defensive end
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BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS - FILM
- Cate Blanchett, I’m Not There **WINNER**
- Julia Roberts, Charlie Wilson’s War
- Saoirse Ronan, Atonement
- Amy Ryan, Gone Baby Gone
- Tilda Swinton, Michael Clayton
BEST ORIGINAL SONG
- “That’s How You Know,” Enchanted
- “Grace Is Gone,” Grace Is Gone
- “Guaranteed,” Into the Wild **WINNER**
- “Despedida,” Love in the Time of Cholera
- “Walk Hard,” Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
After cranking out a bloated and boring Oscars ceremony last February (Sorry, Ellen!)—the producers have gone back to square one. The Daily Show‘s Jon Stewart, who helmed an extremely witty telecast two years ago, has been asked to host The 80th Annual Academy Awards. This will be Stewart’s second time at bat.
Anyone who read our coverage of his stint knows how giddy I was about Jon Stewart’s performance. All this time has passed, yet I can still remember him telling the audience ‘Good Night and Good Luck’ was how George Clooney ended most of his dates. (Okay—I actually read that in the previous post…but I swear it was etched in my brain).
It’s obviously too soon to say which movies will be nominated at this point—but I’m already imagining the movies Stewart could parody in his opener. Maybe he could be deserted with Captain Jack Sparrow? Or he could party with the boys of Superbad? Better yet—maybe he could do a musical number from Hairspray?
The ballots will be read Sunday, Feb. 24th on ABC.
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Disney has discovered their fair share of teen culture phenomena. To be honest, Disney has created their fare share of teen culture. From child stars-turned-superstars like Lindsay Lohan to Shia LaBeouf, Disney can make and break careers. For the young, Disney becomes a fabulous opportunity – or a dead-end. For others, like Tim Allen, their careers just might end in Disney movie mania. So, what’s the next step for Zac Efron, the teen star of Disney’s huge High School Musical franchise? The 19-year-old star rocketed to nationwide fame through the efforts of one made-for-TV-movie that was made to become the next big thing for every female teenager in the country. The fad can no longer be denied now that Disney’s second effort, High School Musical 2, earned a cool $33 million in its opening weekend alone. And though the original Musical has aired twenty-four times on the Disney channel, it’s still getting at least 5 million viewers each and every time. Those are ratings that simply can’t be denied.
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