"Thanks to Paramount Pictures for coming through with Oscar tickets and proving true to its word, which I shouldn't have doubted."
Academy members intentionally flouting the directions on their ballots in hopes of hurting their favorite movies' competition probably won't make much of a difference.
Let's hope he uses the occasion to draw awareness to Restless Leg Syndrome.
The Academy "swatted it down" because he would've been "too big of a wild card."
"People vastly overestimate the amount you get paid when your novel becomes a movie, and for me to go to the Oscars would have been good publicity."
"Caution to writers: Don't expect that because you write a novel that becomes an Oscar-nominated film that you'll be invited to the Oscars."
"It needs to be at least three times bigger!"
The nominees for Best Original Song will not be invited to perform.
Plus Colin Firth on his own awful Oscar odds on our regular late-night roundup.
Producers: save list of names for backstage.
"I feel like I've 'been there, done that,'" she says.
Who wants to see ten movies in 24 hours?
Oscar voter Mickey Rooney: "Oh we don't see pictures anymore."
Can he rein in his ego to prove to an audience of Oscar voters that he deserves a second trophy?
When you attend over a dozen movie awards shows, parties, lunches, brunches, teas, and Q&As over two weeks, you learn a few things.
Shankman has been pumping so much iron lately, it's a wonder he finds the time to do any Oscar-producing.
Directors think it's a game-changer, but the actors prefer the old game.