Some teenage burnouts howl from a street corner: BURNOUT Ow! Nothing in the pockets but a single key, filed smooth. Driving me crazy, but there's these *kids* here -- EARL Right, you don't wanna be rootin' -- SAMANTHA In front of little Billy, age four, yeah. Claus chooses to go butt-mining." EARL This is little Billy talking? I entered the world fully grown, wearing clothes I don't remember buying. I stand naked in the mirror and try to guess my age. , which depicts a Trojan War hero who returns home to find a crimson carpet rolled out for him by his wife.The protagonist balks at the prospect of “trampl[ing] upon these tinted splendors” because he—“a man, a mortal”—does not believe himself worthy of strolling the gods’ walkway.(Previously, nominees simply needed to exit their cars, hop across the Hollywood Boulevard sidewalk, and into the Pantages Theater, where the Oscars were held the prior decade.)The 1964 Oscars broadcast seemed to forecast how significant the pre-ceremony starlet parade would become. The question has always been, to paraphrase Melissa Rivers, how do you make each carpet a little bit different?That year, Academy producers opted to begin the broadcast (which was still aired in black and white) with more than a quick exterior shot of nominees filtering into the auditorium. The answer, for actors in the 70s, “Express Yourself” 80s, and the early 90s: by following Barbra Streisand’s suit—specifically, her sequined, see-through Scaasi pantsuit in which she accepted her 1969 Oscar for .
The film became a critical and commercial success, receiving six Academy Award nominations and winning one for Best Original Screenplay for Khouri.Whether or not Brad actually had a serious relationship with these leading ladies is something only he could tell you, but regardless, take a look inside the Allied actor's little black book to see who has been lucky enough to have (supposedly) fallen under his spell.Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival has unveiled the lineup for its 3rd annual celebration of women in cinema, and “3 Generations,” a transgender drama starring Elle Fanning, Naomi Watts, and Susan Sarandon, has been selected as the opening feature on May 2. Flicks on a Winnie the Pooh NIGHTLIGHT -- Her entire right forearm is slicked with blood. Before us, nestled in the rolling hills: a postcard slice of suburbia.