Jamie Lynn Spears passed the GED Exam
Jamie Lynn Spears, currently pregnant of her first child, does not neglect any therefore her studies. Indeed, the young sister of Britney passed the exam last month one of the tests of evaluation in general education (GED) which make it possible to obtain the equivalent of a diploma of secondary studies and, verdict, she made a success of them! She would think from now on of integrating the university of Louisiana.
Jamie Lynn Spears just passed her Secondary Diploma
We can only encourage her! With the very best of luck Jamie:-)
Jamie Lyn and Britney Spears at the store
One is not wearied!
Matt Damon in the Identity of Jason Bourne
Good news for all the fans of the adventures of Jason Bourne, Universal Studios succeeded has to obtain an agreement with Matt Damon and the producer Paul Greengrass for the turning of a fourth episode. Ah, the good films (and beautiful guys), one is never wearied any!
Matt Damon continues the Identity of Jason Bourne
Cheer up Britney
That made more than one month and half that she had not seen them! One announced yesterday that Britney Spears would re-meet very soon her children, eh well, this thing has been happened!!!
Britney Spears sees her children
Sean Preston and Jayden James, indeed, were led, Saturday February 23, in the residence of their mom, by one of the bodyguards of Kevin Federline.
Britney Spears hope is up?
At the time of this meeting, were also present Jamie, the father of Britney, as well as the psychiatrist. Let us hope that this visit will have been saving for Brit-Brit and that it will be followed per many others…
Ceremony as if you were there!
The Oscars, it is the event of the American cinema, that inescapable event which the stars would not miss for nothing in the world.
Then, the handsome George Clooney, Heidi Klum and Seal, while passing through Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Cameron Diaz, Javier Bardem, Nicole Kidman, Renee Zellweger, Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradise, etc, they were there.
Then, side look, which was with the signal? And which passed to side? I propose you to look on the gallery photographs!
2008 OSCAR WINNERS!!
The Coen brothers completed their journey from the fringes to Hollywood’s mainstream on Sunday, their crime saga “No Country for Old Men” winning four Academy Awards, including best picture, in a ceremony that also featured a strong international flavor.
Accepting the directing honor alongside his brother, Joel Coen recalled how they were making films since childhood, including one at the Minneapolis airport called “Henry Kissinger: Man on the Go.”"What we do now doesn’t feel that much different from what we were doing then,” Joel Coen said. “We’re very thankful to all of you out there for continuing to let us play in our corner of the sandbox.”
Daniel Day-Lewis won his second best-actor Academy Award for the oil-boom epic “There Will Be Blood,” while “La Vie En Rose” star Marion Cotillard was a surprise winner for best actress, riding the spirit of Edith Piaf to Oscar triumph over Julie Christie, who had been expected to win for “Away From Her.”
As a raging, conniving, acquisitive petroleum pioneer caught up in California’s oil boom of the early 20th century, Day-Lewis won for a part that could scarcely have been more different than his understated role as a writer with severe cerebral palsy in 1989’s “My Left Foot.”
“My deepest thanks to the academy for whacking me with the handsomest bludgeon in town,” Day-Lewis said.
The Coens missed out on a chance to make Oscar history — four wins for a single film — when they lost the editing prize, for which they were nominated under the pseudonym Roderick Jaynes.
“The Bourne Ultimatum” won the editing Oscar and swept all three categories in which it was nominated, including sound editing and sound mixing.
Past winners for their screenplay to 1996’s “Fargo,” Joel and Ethan Coen joined an elite list of filmmakers to win three Oscars in a single night, including Francis Ford Coppola (“The Godfather Part II“), James Cameron (“Titanic“) and Billy Wilder (“The Apartment“).
Cotillard, the first winner ever for a French-language performance, tearfully thanked her director, Olivier Dahan.
“Maestro Olivier, you rocked my life. You have truly rocked my life,” said Cotillard, a French beauty who is a dynamo as Piaf, playing the warbling chanteuse through three decades, from raw late teens as a singer rising from the gutter through international stardom and her final days in her frail 40s.
“Thank you, life; thank you, love. And it is true there [are] some angels in this city.”
With a heartbreaking turn as a woman succumbing to Alzheimer’s in “Away From Her,” Christie had been expected to win her second Oscar.
She won best actress 42 years ago for “Darling.”
Heavies ruled the first acting prizes. Along with Day-Lewis’ greedy oilman, Bardem played an unshakable executioner in “No Country” and Swinton played a malevolent attorney in “Michael Clayton.”
“I have an American agent who is the spitting image of this,” said Swinton, fondly looking at her Oscar statuette.
“Really, truly, the same shape head, and it has to be said, the buttocks. And I’m giving this to him, because there’s no way I’d be in America at all, ever, on a plane if it wasn’t for him,” said Swinton.
Bardem won for his fearsome turn in “No Country.”
“Thank you to the Coens for being crazy enough to think I could do that and for putting one of the most horrible haircuts in history over my head,” said Bardem, referring to the sinister variation of a page-boy bob his character sported.
Host Jon Stewart joked that Bardem’s haircut in the film combined “Hannibal Lecter’s murderousness with Dorothy Hamill’s wedge-cut.”
Bird thanked his junior-high guidance counselor, who expressed repeated skepticism over his desire to become a filmmaker.
“It went on like this until we were sick of each other,” said Bird, who also won the animation Oscar for 2004’s “The Incredibles” and shared a nomination for original screenplay for “Ratatouille,” a $200 million blockbuster. “I only realized just recently that he gave me the perfect training for the movie business.”
The ceremony’s montage of photos and film clips of stars, filmmakers and others in cinema who died in the past year ended with a scene from “Brokeback Mountain” featuring Heath Ledger, who died of a prescription drug overdose last month.
Glen Hansard of the Irish band the Frames and Marketa Irglova, both non-actors who starred in the musical romance “Once,” won the best-song Oscar for “Falling Slowly,” one of several tunes they wrote for the film.
“What are we doing here? This is mad,” Hansard said, recounting the low-budget history of “Once.” “It took us three weeks to make. We made it for a hundred grand. We never thought we’d come into a room like this and be in front of all you people.”
The song won over three nominated tunes from “Enchanted” written by composer Alan Menken, an eight-time Oscar winner, and lyricist Stephen Schwartz, a three-time winner, whose previous academy prizes included their song and score collaborations for “Pocahontas.”
The sound-mixing win for “The Bourne Ultimatum” extended the years of Oscar futility for Kevin O’Connell, a nominee for “Transformers,” who holds an academy record: 20 nominations, no wins.
The Oscar broadcast began with a fanfare and an effects-laden opening segment showing key characters and creatures from past films lining Hollywood Boulevard.
Stewart started his opening monologue with a wisecrack about the 100-day writers strike that ended just in time for the Oscars to come off as usual.
“These past three and a half months have been very tough. The town was torn apart by a bitter writer’s strike, but I’m happy to say that the fight is over,” Stewart said. “So tonight, welcome to the makeup sex.”
Stewart joked about this year’s crop of “Oscar-nominated psychopathic killer movies.”
“Does this town need a hug? What happened? ‘No Country For Old Men,’ ‘Sweeney Todd,’ ‘There Will Be Blood?’ All I can say is, thank God for teen pregnancy. I think the country agrees,” Stewart said, referring to best-picture nominee “Juno.”
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, winner of the Best Original Song Oscar for “Falling Slowly” from “Once”
Brad Bird, winner of the Best Animated Feature Film Oscar for “Ratatouille”
Robert Boyle, receiver of the Honorary Oscar award
The dedication for Marion Cotillard the ceremony of Cesars 2008 had place, Friday February 22, with the theatre of Châtelet in Paris and was retransmitted on line on Canal Plus.
Marion Cotillard nominated for the Academy Awards 2008
Then, which was preceded? Who set out again with his trophy? Without surprise, great gaining evening was Marion Cotillard rewarded by Academy Awards for the “Best actress” for her performance in “the Kid”, film which raffled not less than 5 rewards. What to see the life pink!!! It any more but does not remain to cross the fingers for the Oscars!!!
Eliza Dusku features in Broadway On Broadway is the story of a Boston carpenter, Jack former New Kid Joey McIntyre, who writes a play about his late uncle, then quits his job to put on a production in a neighborhood pub on Broadway street. Jill Flint, who recently made an appearance on Gossip Girl, plays Jack’s wife, Kate.
Eliza Dusku in Tru Calling
Eliza Dushku is an American actress having played in many films of which American Girls but it is also very known for her appearances in several series televised like Buffy against the vampires, or Angel… here some one as of the its prettier photographs
Eliza Dusku featured in Buffy indeed
Avril Lavigne fingers messages
By age 10, she had received a diploma of the local chorus church choir to the regional fairground, singing the music of country in contest.
Avril Lavigne Pinkish Make up
Lavigne April was always held outside among the residents of the home town. Initially distinguished from her female peers because of her affinity for the field of baseball in summer and the skating rink of hockey in winter, April became recognizable where she have been now.
Avril Lavigne performs on stage with her guitar
This time, he made it until the end.
Sean Bean Just Married with Georgina Sutcliffe
It is a general surprise, last month, Sean Bean, alias Boromir in “the Lord of the Rings”, cancelled his marriage at the last minute.
Oh oh well, today the things returned in the order since he finally married, Tuesday February 19 in London, his partner Georgina Sutcliffe, 30 years. It is the fourth marriage of the actor, already dad of three children. Let us hope for this time will be the best and the right one
Sean Bean just Married with Georgina Sutcliffe
A little recall about Sean Bean:
Shaun Mark Bean is more well-known under the name of Sean Bean, he is a British actor of cinema and television, born on April 17, 1959 in Sheffield United Kingdom.
Twins of happiness!!
J Lo on stage in her early months of pregnancy
There she is!!
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have been, for this night, the happiest parents of a small girl and a little boy. The small girl of 2,6 kg pointed the small end of her nose the first, at 00h12, standard time, this Friday February 22, at the hospital Island Length, New York.
She was followed, ten minutes later, by her little brother of 2,7 kg. They are the first babies of J-Lo, 38 years old, the fourth and the fifth husband, Marc Anthony, 39 years. All our best Wishes of Happiness to the small family!