She means business.
The two biggest things that happened yesterday go head-to-head.
Plus: Diddy the next McLovin.
This is about as no-holds-barred as Tina Fey gets.
Mo'nique was the first, but who will be next?
That's every award it was nominated for.
Just the fact that everyone now knows who Christoph Waltz is means something has gone very right.
Avatar takes just two technical awards.
Parties, Gowns, Campaign, Repeat: A Portfolio of the Long, Star-Studded, Red-Carpeted Path to the Oscars
When you attend over a dozen movie awards shows, parties, lunches, brunches, teas, and Q&As over two weeks, you learn a few things.
Hint: The Best Actress category seems to be up for grabs.
Also: Meryl Streep's Sandra Bullock movie marathon, and what happens when overzealous reporters grill comedians about Haiti.
"What I can participate in I'm more than happy to."
Meanwhile, we hope that she shows up at the People's Choice Awards tonight in the same form that she was in at the Palm Springs Film Festival last night.
James Cameron! Harvey Weinstein! Advanced math!
A fashion yearbook for the actress from Precious.
They don't mind Mo'nique so much, either.
"What are you campaigning for, though?" she asks. "Let me ask y'all this, because I know y'all are gonna school me correctly: What does it mean financially?"
"'I kind of co-directed 'Monster’s Ball',' Daniels told me as he ordered another drink."
Roger Friedman reports that Mo'Nique has pulled out of Saturday's New York Film Festival premiere of her movie at the last minute, causing her publicist to quit.
Two movies named 'Push'! How will moviegoers tell them apart?
Special acting prize recipient: Mo’Nique!