rnrnVH1’s Jump Start Live will be coming to a TV screen near you from 10-11am each and every weekday from now until the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards air on Friday, January 14 at 9pm. That means you’ve only got two more shows to watch host Carrie Keagan and her partner-in-crime, comedian Gabe Liedman, interview celebrities, musicians, and talk through the Morning Buzz. In case you missed it, here’s what they covered today:rnrn
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We’ve only got a few more days until the 16th Annual Critics Choice Movie Awards airs live on VH1 and, as you’ll see below, the confirmed guest list is really starting to come together. Be sure to tune in on Friday night at 9pm ET to catch some of film and television’s biggest stars!
JON HAMM, JULIANNE MOORE, JOSH BROLIN, SOFIA VERGARA, KEVIN SPACEY AND EMMA STONE ARE AMONG THE MANY PRESENTERS AT THE 16th ANNUAL CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARDS CEREMONY
EMILY BLUNT AND JIMMY KIMMEL TO PRESENT MATT DAMON WITH THE JOEL SIEGEL AWARD
AWARDS CEREMONY TO BE BROADCAST LIVE ON VH1 FRIDAY, JANUARY 14 AT 9:00 PM ET/PT
(SANTA MONICA, CA – January 12, 2011) — This year’s Critics’ Choice Movie Awards will feature an array of presenters including Hank Azaria, Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, Jesse Eisenberg, Jon Hamm, Ed Helms, Rob Huebel, the Kardashians (Khloe, Kim & Kourtney), Jimmy Kimmel, Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Lawrence, Julianne Moore, Joan Rivers, Tim Roth, Paul Scheer, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sarah Silverman, Kevin Spacey, Emma Stone and Sofia Vergara. Maroon 5 will also be on hand as this year’s house band performing during the show as well as the live pre-show. The 16th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards will air live on VH1 on Friday, January 14, 2011 at 9:00 PM ET/PT from the Hollywood Palladium.
Is there ever a time, day or night, when Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nominee Natalie Portman doesn’t look completely flawless? The answer is ‘no.’ The stunning Natalie continues to wow us on the red carpet with her perfect skin, fabulous dresses and unmatched poise. Browse through 30 of her hottest looks and be sure to check out what the newly engaged and pregnant Natalie Portman will wear to the CCMAs on Friday January 14 at 9PM ET/PT only on VH1.
1. Ravishing In Red
3. Breath Of Fresh Air
5. Shaved & Sexy
6. Hollywood Hottie
7. Black Swan
8. Icing On The Cake
9. Librarian Chic
10. Cold Shoulder(s)
11. Legs, Legs, Legs
12. Hollywood Glam
13. Grecian Goddess
14. Cute ‘N Cropped
15. Scarlet Fever
16. Vintage Vixen
17. Space Queen
18. Blue Bombshell
19. Channeling The ’20s
20. Sweet Tee
21. Pretty in Pink
22. Flower Power
23. Winter Wonderland
24. Let’s Tango
25. Lady In Red
27. Emerald City
28. Hippie Honey
29. Flannel Fun
As if we weren’t already blown away by her Critics’ Choice Movie Award-nominated turn in Black Swan, now it’s revealed that Mila Kunis was blind in one eye the whole time. “I was blind in one eye for many years, and nobody knew,” the actress reveals. Kunis was diagnosed with chronic iritis, an inflammation of the iris that can potentially lead to permanent vision impairment. No word yet on whether Mila was still afflicted when she read the script for her new rom-com Friends With Benefits with Justin Timberlake, but based on the trailer, that’s a real possibility.
Luckily treatment was available, and Kunis has since regained her sight. “I’m not blind anymore. I had surgery a couple of months ago. They cut it open and dropped a new lens in there,” Mila explained. Guess that explains why Kunis’s break-up from Macaulay Culkin came when it did. We’re just kidding! We mean, she had her other eye the whole time. As for what she wants in a new man, Mila has got her sights (pun intentional) on a man with swagger. “Confidence, not cockiness,” Mila explains. “Looks go; they fade. I don’t think looks matter.” Wait, has she walked by a mirror since she had her eyes fixed?. Don’t sell yourself short, Mila, before you witness the true hotness you have achieved.
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The New York Press‘ Armond White reaffirmed his rep as the world’s angriest film critic at last night’s NY Film Critics’ Circle Awards, throwing barbs at any movie that dared to win despite him hating it. Some on-stage highlights from the circle’s chair:
- White suggested presenter Tony Kushner, awarding Best Picture to The Social Network, could “explain why it won.”—because Armond hated it.
- White only discussed the 2004 film Land Of Plenty when introducing Blue Valentine‘s Michelle Williams. “I can’t imagine what you’ve said about me since then if you had to go back that far to say something nice,” she responded.
- White muttered “at least Greenberg didn’t win anything,” having previously suggested in print that director Noah Baumbach‘s mother should have had a “retroactive abortion.”
Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky got off a good one back (“Keep it up, you give us a reason to never read the New York Press“), to which White responded, “he reads me, he knows the truth.” But Best Actress winner Annette Bening was not amused, reportedly crying a variation on “can’t we all get along?” during her acceptance speech.
See the shuddering stars who braved White’s barrage in the gallery below. This Friday’s Critics’ Choice Movie Awards should be a breeze after this!
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Looks like Jake Gyllenhaal doesn’t have a bad relationship with all of his exes. The Love & Other Drugs star waxed poetic about ex-girlfriend Natalie Portman this weekend while presenting her with the Desert Palm Achievement Award at th Palm Springs International Film Festival. “[She’s] the Audrey Hepburn of our generation. She’s graceful, has amazing eyebrows, and is talented, really short, funny, smart, dedicated, incredibly kind and Jewish!”
Obviously in a giggly mood (“It does get hard when you’re out to dinner with her,” he said about the vegan), Gyllenhaal cracked wise about how he met Portman. “I first met Natalie at a Star Wars convention waiting in line for her to sign my Queen Amadala doll and I’m really hoping she wins the Oscar. Because if she does, then that doll is going to be worth a s—load of money!” If she takes Best Actress at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, airing Jan. 14th on VH1, the odds will be looking pretty good.
Check out the gold-lapeled dress Natalie wore to the event in the gallery below. Do you think Audrey Hepburn would have worn it?
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Or as they say in France, she has a croissant in her beret. Actress Marion Cotillard is pregnant with a bébé due this spring, reports US Magazine. Cotillard’s rep has confirmed the Nine star and her equally good-looking mate French director Guillaume Canet are expecting their first. That baby is going to be reading continental philosophy and sneering at tourists in no time!
Cotillard most recently appeared in the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards-nominated Inception along side Leo Dicaprio, and memorably won the Oscar for Best Actress in 2007 for her portrayal of Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose. Cotillard and Canet met while working the French romantic thriller Love Me If You Dare in 2003, meaning that Marion’s life is now exactly the life we fantasized for ourselves when we were 16. Congratulations to the happy Gallic couple!
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If you don’t learn something new from the red carpet at the annual AVN Awards in Vegas…congrats, you know a lot about porn. While we recognized Joslyn James from her Tiger Woods sex texts and Mary Carey from Celebrity Rehab, we must admit we’d never encountered this blue individual named The Infamous Boom Boom on the right…and we strongly advise against googling…it if you’re at work. Woof.
See more stars in the gallery below, from porn princesses like Jenna Haze and Bree Olson to adult entertainment enthusiasts like Pauly Shore and Dave Navarro. Sadly, 2010’s Breakout Star Of The Year Sasha Grey skipped the event, despite a) being in Vegas and b) being nominated for nineteen trophies. Maybe she knew she wouldn’t win any!
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If these reports are to be believed, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are boycotting the Oscars. Why, you ask? Is it for political reasons? To make a point about a social cause? For professional reasons? Nah, it’s mostly because they can’t take a joke. Supposedly, TomKat are upset at Oscar host Anne Hathaway because Hathaway performed a submissive, zombie-like impression of Holmes on Saturday Night Live back in November. Hathaway’s impression was pretty spot-on, but a source says Katie “feels let down that Anne took to national TV to make fun of her.” Holmes and Hathaway were friends, once upon a time, and now it seems that the power couple feels betrayed. Xenu forbid these guys ever cross paths with Ricky Gervais, Kathy Griffin or anyone else who’s prone to celebrity mocking, what Hathaway did on SNL was charming compared to their m.o.
Katie may just be extra sensitive at the moment, though, given that her long-awaited History Channel miniseries about the Kennedys has been shelved. Despite having finished shooting, the project was allegedly historically inaccurate and some sources say it was actually opposed by members of the Kennedy family. Not a great time for Katie, it seems. Oh, wait, she’s rich, successful, has a cute kid and she’s part of the most powerful couple in Hollywood—we think she’ll be okay, actually.
rnrnWhether it was John Travolta and Uma Thurman doing the Twist to “You Never Can Tell” in Pulp Fiction, the way that the use of “Across 110th Street” in the opening credits of Jackie Brown sets an elegiac tone for the rest of the film, or Michael Madsen’s infamous ear-slicing scene scored by “Stuck In The Middle With You,” there are few auteurs who make better use of music in their films than Quentin Tarantino. It is this particular expertise that the Broadcast Film Critics Association will honor with a special award at this weekend’s Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, airing live on VH1 at 9pm ET on Friday, January 14. For more information, please take a gander at the following press release that *just* hit the wires.rnrn
QUENTIN TARANTINO TO RECEIVE THE INAUGURAL CRITICS’ CHOICE MUSIC+FILM AWARDrnrnMAROON 5 TO PLAY MUSICAL TRIBUTErnrnAWARDS CEREMONY TO BE BROADCAST LIVE FRIDAY, JANUARY 14 rnAT 9:00 PM ET/PT ON VH1rnrn(SANTA MONICA, CA – January 10, 2011) — The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) will present Quentin Tarantino with its first ever Critics’ Choice Music+Film Award at the 16th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards. The all new Critics’ Choice Music+Film Award was created to honor a single filmmaker who has not only inspired moviegoers with his cinematic storytelling, but has heightened the impact of film through the brilliant use of source and soundtrack music. Maroon 5 will play a special tribute with performances of music from some of Tarantino’s most memorable movies. The ceremony will air live on VH1 on Friday, January 14 at 9:00 PM ET/PT from the Hollywood Palladium.rnrnThe inaugural Music+Film Award will honor director Quentin Tarantino who, throughout his career, has truly harnessed the power of a single song and created unforgettable, heart-breaking, exhilarating, and always dynamic moments that remain in the minds of his audience. His mastery of the artful integration of music and film can be seen in such classic movies as Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill: Vol 1 & 2, and most recently, Inglourious Basterds.rn
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