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How Emma Stone Left Home at 14, Completed ‘Project Hollywood’ and Won Her First Oscar

How Emma Stone Left Home at 14, Completed ‘Project Hollywood’ and Won Her First Oscar

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As Emma Stone stood onstage at the Dolby Theatre accepting her Best Actress award at the Oscars on Sunday, she might think back to where it all started: A ninth grade history class in Scottsdale, Arizona. That’s where Stone, 14 at the time, decided she was dropping out of school and moving to L.A. to become a star. “I had this Howard Beale-like moment,” she told The Hollywood Reporter about her realization, citing Peter Finch’s character’s iconic meltdown in Network. “It’s the last period of the day, and I have a revelation that I needed to move to Los Angeles as soon as possible because that’s where I needed to go. I know, it was crazy.” After her epiphany, she raced home and made a PowerPoint presentation in hopes of convincing her parents. She titled the slideshow: “Project Ho
‘Moonlight’ wins best picture after ‘La La Land’ incorrectly called

‘Moonlight’ wins best picture after ‘La La Land’ incorrectly called

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"Moonlight" won the best picture Oscar after "La La Land" was incorrectly called out. Emma Stone, Casey Affleck, Mahershala Ali and Viola Davis won acting awards. Barry Jenkins won the adapted screenplay award for Tarell Alvin McCraney's "Moonlight" and Kenneth Lonnergan for his original script, "Manchester by the Sea." 'La La Land' wins best picture “La La Land,” the candy-colored big-screen romantic musical about two artists striving to fulfill their dreams, won the Oscar for best picture. Both a salute to Hollywood and a love letter to Los Angeles, “La La Land” came into the Oscars with a record-tying 14 nominations. The film starts with a traffic jam that turns into an improbable song-and-dance sequence and goes on to follow its young stars as they meet amid disappointing prof
‘Apollo 13′ and ‘Titanic’ actor Bill Paxton dies at 61

‘Apollo 13′ and ‘Titanic’ actor Bill Paxton dies at 61

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Bill Paxton, a prolific and charismatic actor who had memorable roles in such blockbusters as “Apollo 13″ and “Titanic” while also cherishing his work in “One False Move” and other low-budget movies and in the HBO series “Big Love,” has died from complications due to surgery. He was 61.  A family representative issued a statement Sunday on the death but provided no further details.  Paxton’s death added a sad note to Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremonies. Paxton was never nominated but appeared in several Oscar-winning movies and was beloved and respected throughout Hollywood and beyond. Although his death wasn’t noted in the “In Memoriam” section on Sunday, his name was mentioned by its host, Jennifer Aniston. Actress Ginnifer Goodwin, who starred in “Big Love” with Paxton, sa
Nicki Minaj And Remy Ma Are Dragging Each Other And It’s Really Crazy Shit

Nicki Minaj And Remy Ma Are Dragging Each Other And It’s Really Crazy Shit

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On a quiet Saturday afternoon, rapper Remy Ma decided to release a diss track coming at Nicki Minaj called “shETHER,” and it is…wooo boy. But before we get into it, some context: Remy Ma has been around since 2006 when she released There’s Something About Remy: Based on a True Story. Though you may know her for the hit song “Lean Back” with the group she’s a part of, Terror Squad. She’s also married to the rapper Papoose. And on August 1st, 2014 Remy was released from jail after serving six years for assaulting a friend, and has been making music with Terror Squad since, including the platinum single “All The Way Up.” But later in the year, Remy released “Wait a Minute (Remix)” — and many people thought some of the lyrics were meant to knock Nicki, though she was never called
Everything you need to know about ‘Manchester by the Sea’ before the Oscars

Everything you need to know about ‘Manchester by the Sea’ before the Oscars

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    It’s been more than a year since Manchester by the Sea debuted to rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival. Since that time, the film — starring Casey Affleck as a down-on-his-luck handyman in Quincy forced to take guardianship of his nephew (Lucas Hedges) — enjoyed a healthy theatrical run, earned numerous awards, and received near-universal critical acclaim. Though the film earned six Oscar nominations, it’s unclear whether it will win any of them, with many Oscars prognosticators predicting lots of victories for awards juggernaut La La Land. Even Affleck, who won a Golden Globe for his performance, faces serious competition in the Best Actor category from Denzel Washington in Fences (who won the SAG Award for Male Actor in a Leading Role). To fully prepar
‘Rock Dog’ Needs To Sit And Stay…Away From Audiences

‘Rock Dog’ Needs To Sit And Stay…Away From Audiences

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With an estimated $60 million budget, Rock Dog might be the most expensive animated movie ever to be financed by a Chinese company, but it’s not clear looking at it where much of the money went. Aside from an opening sequence that’s hand-drawn and vastly superior to what follows, it’s an ugly looking movie that constantly reuses character models so that, for instance, multiple sheep characters look exactly the same, and multiple wolf characters merely appear to have had their proportions adjusted to differentiate them. Maybe it cost that much because it was made in Texas, and features high-profile voice talents like Luke Wilson, Eddie Izzard and Matt Dillon. Or licensing Foo Fighters songs costs just that much. Regardless, it was not money well spent: in China, the movie fell victim to
“GET OUT” AND “LOGAN” Jordan Peele’s horror film about racial hypocrisy, and Hugh Jackman’s latest turn as Wolverine.

“GET OUT” AND “LOGAN” Jordan Peele’s horror film about racial hypocrisy, and Hugh Jackman’s latest turn as Wolverine.

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The hero of “Get Out” is a young photographer named Chris (Daniel Kaluuya). He is charming, reflective, and a little on the quiet side. His girlfriend is Rose (Allison Williams), and they are heading off for a weekend at her family’s home in the country. Her parents have yet to meet Chris, and he’s nervous, in part because he is black and Rose is white. “Do they know I’m black?” he asks. “No,” she replies, adding, “Should they?” “I don’t want to get chased off the lawn with a shotgun,” he says. As if. Happily, Chris’s trepidation is ill-founded. The welcome he receives from Rose’s father, a neurosurgeon named Dean (Bradley Whitford), and her mother, Missy (Catherine Keener), a psychiatrist, could not be more effusive. If anything, it is awkwardly warm, with Dean enfolding Chris in a hug o
Ida Lewis: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Ida Lewis: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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On February 25, Google has decided to honor the person who was once referred to as “The Bravest Woman in America.” The doodle shows Rhode Island lighthouse keeper Ida Lewis and her incredible rescue of two soldiers whose boat had capsized. The pair were close to Lewis’s lighthouse in Newport harbor, about 30 miles south of Providence. The title of “The Bravest Woman in America” was bestowed upon her by the Society of the American Cross of Honor. For her efforts, Lewis was awarded the Gold Lifesaving Medal by President Ulysses S. Grant. The blog on the doodle pays tribute to Lewis’s “unwavering courage, sheer physical strength, constant diligence, and a willingness to put one’s own life on the line.” The doodle appears on what would have been Lewis’s 175th birthday. 1. Lewis Began S
The trouble with the Alien: Covenant prologue

The trouble with the Alien: Covenant prologue

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A four-minute prologue for Ridley Scott’s next film, Alien: Covenant, hit the web last night, showing off how the film will borrow aesthetically from the original Alien, and ignore its more immediate predecessor, the critically maligned Prometheus. The prologue introduces us to the crew of its titular spaceship, and culminates with a nod to the chestburster scene in Alien. For memory’s sake, here’s the original sequence: As my colleague Rich McCormick mentioned last night, there’s other, atmospheric elements that steer this film more to Alien than Prometheus. The ship feels like it’s more in line with the industrial stylings of the Nostromo, the crew is more blue collar and down-to-earth, and the mission is simple: set down on a planet and begin repopulating. As we’ve seen in the trail
‘This Is Us’ Guest Star Brian Tyree Henry Cried for 20 Minutes After Devastating Episode

‘This Is Us’ Guest Star Brian Tyree Henry Cried for 20 Minutes After Devastating Episode

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“I was crying for at least twenty minutes after the episode,” the Atlanta actor told Us. The fan of the show was obvious gutted by watching William pass away, but the emotions started long before the episode aired. During the makeup process Henry, who was aged around 40 years to go from playing Ricky in the ‘70s with a younger William (Jermel Nakia), to playing him as an older man in the present day, was awed by the transformation. “I told the makeup department that they’re aging me the same age as my father, he’s 76, so I showed them a picture of my dad and they were like, ‘Oh, well, we gotta make you look like your dad.’ And it was so uncanny how they did it, I looked exactly like my father,” he explains. “It really was very emotional at times to look at myself in the mirror, b