Oscar Presenters list: Brangelina, Viola, Charlize, Cumberbatch, Hemsworth & more!


I mentioned this in a few posts yesterday, but considering the pre-Oscar gossip dearth, we might as well devote a whole post to this, right? The Academy released their official list of Oscar presenters for Sunday night, and the list is definitely light on the famewhores. I mean, I’m sure there will be plenty of famewhores at the Oscars (and at the after-parties), but it almost seems like the Academy went out of their way to invite some interesting people and not just “fashion girls.” No Jennifer Lopez, no Kate Beckinsale, no… Jennifer Aniston…? And no Nicole Kidman? That’s interesting. Here’s the list that was released yesterday (in alphabetical order):

Amy Adams, Kristen Bell, Jessica Biel, Jim Carrey, Glenn Close, Bradley Cooper, Penélope Cruz, Benedict Cumberbatch…Viola Davis, Daniel Day-Lewis, Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Sally Field, Harrison Ford, Jamie Foxx, Andrew Garfield, Jennifer Garner, Whoopi Goldberg. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anne Hathaway, Goldie Hawn, Chris Hemsworth, Kate Hudson, Samuel L. Jackson, Angelina Jolie, Michael B. Jordan, Anna Kendrick, Jennifer Lawrence. Matthew McConaughey, Ewan McGregor, Bill Murray , Kim Novak. Tyler Perry, Brad Pitt, Sidney Poitier, Gabourey Sidibe, Will Smith, Kevin Spacey, Jason Sudeikis. Channing Tatum, Charlize Theron, John Travolta, Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington, Emma Watson and Naomi Watts.

See, we’ll definitely have enough fashion p0rn to discuss on Monday. Charlize, Angelina, Annie Hathaway, Penelope Cruz, Emma Watson, Kerry Washington… among those names alone, we have the potential for either some really epic fashion moments or some really epic disasters (and nothing in between). I wonder if Charlize and Sean Penn will walk the red carpet together? Ugh. And that’s not even getting to the women who are nominated, but apparently not presenting: Cate Blanchett, Lupita Nyong’o, Sandra Bullock, Julia Roberts, and on and on. Julia just colored her hair blonde too, and I have the feeling that Julia is going to be a hot mess on the red carpet.

Other notables… Chris Hemsworth, eh? And you know Elsa Pataky will be on his arm. Her bump will attempt to steal focus from Angelina Jolie! Also: YES VIOLA DAVIS YES. I can’t wait to see her. I’ve missed her too. And John Travolta will be there too? Oh, the Academy wants it to get messy.

Other beefcake… Benedict Cumberbatch will present? OMG. I hope he presents with someone good. Like Angelina. How much money will you give me if Angelina and Benedict co-present an award? And Ewan McGregor will present as well… that seems random, but not unwelcome. It’s always nice to see Ewan.

… and pour out a little Dragonfly Malt Liquor because Tommy Hiddleston wasn’t invited to the party! Actually, while Hiddles was not invited to present at the Oscars, I bet he was invited to all of the big Oscar parties, but I bet he declined because of work.





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  1. Nya says:

    What a terrible list. Jessica Biel? Kate Hudson? Benesquatch? Emma Watson? ZAC EFRON???

  2. Lucy2 says:

    I’m most excited for Viola and Bill Murray. And I’m surprised they got Harrison Ford, he doesn’t seem to enjoy these things.

    • Sullivan says:

      Charlie Rose interviewed Bill Murray recently. I have loved Bill forever, but that interview made me love him even more.

      • FingerBinger says:

        I thought Bill Murray was an abusive alcoholic though? Wasn’t he also accused of domestic violence? I only say this because people on this site are so keen about pointing out the issues and shortcomings of other celebs. Why not Bill Murray?

      • mytbean says:

        I don’t know about the accusations of abuse. Divorce makes people exaggerate and say ugly things. He was granted primary custody of their 4 kids though.

        I’m curious about them now and how close they are with their Dad now. Often when allegations of spousal abuse are true the kids tend to stand in defense of the victim indefinitely and sort of fade out of the picture for the abuser.

        There’s really no doubt about alcohol, marijuana (these are what Jennifer listed as Bill’s vices) but come on… he’s in Hollywood and it’s part of the culture. If that’s all he does then I’d be shocked. And I’d also be stunned if Jennifer didn’t also imbibe with him regularly while they were married those 11 years.

        I think he was gone more than there (she sited abandonment) and she suspected affairs or caught him red-handed in one or several. They had one too many drinks one night, she finally told him what she thought and they both acted like drunk idiots and that was that.

        Same sh*t different socioeconomic status.

  3. Cherry says:

    Wait. First I read:
    ‘it almost seems like the Academy went out of their way to invite some interesting people and not just “fashion girls.”’
    and then the third person on the list is Jessica Biel?

  4. I consider Emma Watson to be a fashion girl–but I guess because of HP???? Girlfriend can’t act at all. I highly doubt that she’s ever going to be nominated for any major award, or put out any work that could be considered……GQ Woman of the Year (whatever that is) is about as high as that one’s going to get.

    *Don’t mind me, I can’t breathe out of my nose and my throat hurts, so I”m a little (a lot) bitchy today…..

    • Anna says:

      She’s here promoting Noah, out…soon.

    • Secret Squirrel says:

      *Waves at Virgilia*

      Hey sweetie. Are you not well? Sorry to hear that. I’m not well either. Finally off to see Coriolanus via NTL tomorrow after looking forward to it for months, and now I feel like crap. It had better be worth it…

      Not even the thought of one of your delicious kitchen concoctions makes me feel better… :(

      Since when has the Oscars ever been about talent??!!!!! Popularity…Influence…Connections yes, but talent is optional!

    • Aurie says:

      Ugh I can never stand EW….she’s the biggest hypocrite/says things that sound good without doing it herself, along with Jennifer Lawrence.

      Surprise, the girl stated for the fourth time she’d be returning to brown and that she would be graduating in May 2014, despite only having done barely 3 years of college (no Brown does not take high school credit)…..apparently she completed her Fall 2013 semester, but did most of it online, which is getting special treatment which goes against her whole “I’m going to do my education right. I just want to be like everyone else, a normal college student”.

      Ugh why isn’t she at school since she announced she’d graduate in May? Instead doing online work yet once again if she does graduate, although probably will delay it as usual.

      • M.A.F. says:

        That is normal now, for college students to take online courses. At least she is getting her degree which can’t be said for the majority of people in Hollywood (at least actor wise).

      • A says:

        Emma Watson has such a good image too, which is totally ???? to me. And people think she’s some sort of amazing actor who will have a huge career, when HP ended I actually got into fights with people about this lol, they were hyping that Wallflower film as some huge career break, I remember… What happened to it?

    • yennefer says:

      @ Virgilia, sweetheart, I hope you will get well.

      And don’t worry about the bitchiness – that’s why we’re all here, ’cause we’re some pretty nasty bitches:)

    • Kelly says:

      Emma Watson can’t act for shit! I really do not understand why people like her so much?? She’s boring, has no talent, and is nothing special. I guess overzealous Potter fandom goes a long way in establishing you as somehow relevant.

  5. Tapioca says:

    According to the list the patron saint of nepotism and sh***y rom-coms WILL be there. Unless they’re referring to Katy Perry by her real name…

  6. LadyMTL says:

    It’s a good list but at the top has to be Daniel Day-Lewis. If he presents with Christoph Waltz I think my TV will explode from the awesome.

  7. Lindy79 says:

    Bill Murray, just reminds me of Harold Ramis passing yesterday :(

    I love Charlize but that means Penn will probably be there, urgh.

  8. Sullivan says:

    Benedict and Angelina must present together. Universe, make it happen!

  9. paola says:

    And Kate Hudson is there, actually.

  10. Pumpkin Pie says:

    Is it weight loss I notice on Benedict’s face? He’s so handsome. And he looks younger too. I am wondering though – did he color his hair?

  11. Anna says:

    I am missing Nicole Kidman on this list. She either knocks it out of the park or wears something utterly ridiculous. Either way, good for fashion!

    I do hope Chris brings Tommy as his date though.

    • j.eyre says:

      Tommy has already picked out a lovely sequenced gown that displays his Coriolanus “scars” beautifully. CHemboy is trying to talk him into wearing a faux bump but that’s not been agreed upon yet.

      • Secret Squirrel says:

        By Coriolanus scars, do you mean that bump on the head or the “other” scars!!

        I guessing you meant sequined gown, not sequenced gown, although having a gown that maybe falls apart in a sequence could be interesting. By the end of the night he could be in hot pants and a tank top, dancing with Chris to “Everyone’s A Winner” by Hot Chocolate… Also thumbs up for a faux bump. That is a great conversation starter!

        Not that I have thought about any of that happening….

        @Anna, you will be happy for Chris to take anyone to the Oscars as his date, so long as it isn’t his wife! He might take his mum instead. She’s been hovering around the last few weeks waiting for the new grandchildren to arrive and could use a night off from building shelves to glam up and hit the town…

      • j.eyre says:

        I did, in fact, mean sequined and that is what I get for typing on a phone I can’t read at 4:30AM.

        However, this sequenced notion has me intrigued. The falling apart is too obvious – we will get enough flesh in OLLA. I am thinking he does an homage to the Loki Trilogy, tiered in increasing amounts of leather and metal. Although, I am very much warming up to the idea of hot pants and Hot Chocolate.

      • Marty says:

        FYI- Chris is going to be on Jimmy Kimmel’s After Oscar’s Special.

      • Secret Squirrel says:

        @J.eyre – Ooooooooooh, that does sound good. Maybe Loki will show up at the Oscars rather than Tom. He’s better known anyway.

        I didn’t think there was such a thing as too much flesh (OLLA). I’ll take all I can see thank you very much!

        @Marty – How do you ALWAYS know these extra tidbits?? Do you work in the industry?? Are you “Superstalker”?? Are you Chris???
        *waves tentatively in case the last one is true*

      • Hiddles forever says:

        I hope Hemsworth gets his mum as his date….. Can’t stand Remora at all, bump or not bump… That is not the question…

    • Charlotte says:

      I also wish Nikki K to be there, but she is filming The Queen of the Desert with Werner Herzog so she can’t be there.

  12. blue marie says:

    This is going to sound mean, and well I’m okay with that, but hopefully Tacky goes into labor before the show, that woman does not need another carpet.. When is she due?

  13. Secret Squirrel says:

    I disagree with you Kaiser. I think Tom will get the night off from filming and will attend a party or two with either Cumberbatch or Hemsworth (or both if my wishes hold any weight whatsoever in this world).

    Some interesting presenters there. Hopefully Bill will be doing a tribute to Harold Ramis as he gave so much to the movie industry.

    • Lilacflowers says:

      The Academy loves Jessica Chastein and since she is not a presenter this year; she probably couldn’t get the night off, which means Tom wouldn’t be able to get the night off either.

      • 'p'enny says:

        @lilacflowers those two will defo be hot for trot in the hotel room in Toronto watching the Oscars on TV. I can’t see them getting from Toronto to LA and back from Monday morning. Del Toro is a hard task-master and she has only started last week.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        @’p'enny, Jessica will probably post about it on her Facebook page. Or, about her dog Chaplin watching the Oscars, since most of her recent posts have been about the dog arriving in Toronto and taking over her make-up chair.

      • 'p'enny says:

        I wondered who Chaplin was, thanks, she needs some advice about how to run an interesting Facebook page.oh I just thought hope the dog, Chaplin doesn’t pee on Hiddles or in his trailer. That would be a good to see.

      • icerose says:

        Makes sense to me. There must be lots of actors who are considered or asked but are not free from commitments.
        The list does not look exceptional to me but nice to see Ewan McGregor, Benedict and Daniel Day Lewis there on behalf of the UK . I would have liked to have seen some of the more interesting actors giving out awards like Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tilda Swinton , Coilin Firth or even some of the better known foreign actors. It would give the Oscars a bit more of weight internationally.
        I am going to play devils advocate but Benedict Cumbebatch is becoming over exposed in relation to recent achievements. He is a good actor but despite the hype The Fifth Estate was one of the biggest flops of 2013.Smaug for me was always a role that any actor with a reasonable amount of talent could have played. He has however had supporting roles in two films which received excellent reviews even if he was not singled out. I suspect his inclusion id down to those films and Sherlock. I had a huge LOL moment when I read an a supposed interview where he said he had a team dedicated to insuring he was not overexposed, I said “”supposed” because I have a lot of respect for his acting and I really could not believe he would have been so supercilious.
        I too would love to see Benny and Tom dancing together at any party and I was really pleased that he showed up at Coriolanus. They remind me of the Odd Couple or even better Lizzie and Jane Bennet or bubble and squeak. One oozes charm and compassion whilst the other is more taciturn and proud in his demeanour. They really ought to make a role reversal of Pride and Prejudice and cast them as the Bennet Brothers.
        And now I am off to see one of the nominated films 12 Years Slave with the expectation that I will come back both shocked and saddened. The only other one I have seen so far was American Hustle which I found boring and predictable with some of the worst overacting I have seen in ages, I am not even bothering with Wall Street Wolf or whatever it is called because from the little I have seen and the reports I have read it is so saw riddled with misogyny that I cannot bring myself to sit through it.

      • Secret Squirrel says:

        I’ll be honest, I hadn’t heard of Jessica Chastain until I joined this site, so I’m not sure what her roles have been to earn her an Oscars invite (last year). Call me a mushroom!

        @Icerose – Don’t forget Ben works with Mark Gatiss on Sherlock so his visit to watch Coriolanus wasn’t just about Tom. I like that they are all chums though. Mark has a wicked sense of humor which I didn’t realize (I don’t follow twitter so only hear tidbits through these threads) and of course it is well known Ben and Tom remained friends after War Horse.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        @Secret Squirrel, Jessica was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for the Help and a Best Actress Oscar for Zero Dark Thirty. Two roles that are quite different.

      • 'p'enny says:

        @ Icerose, “They really ought to make a role reversal of Pride and Prejudice and cast them as the Bennet Brothers.”

        That has tickled me pink! love it. Is Tom – Jane and Benny – Elizabeth?

    • Janeite says:

      And in my perfect fantasy world, Cumby and Hiddles would dance together at an after-party! I am blaming you, Squirrel, for putting that fantasy in my head!

      • Secret Squirrel says:

        I can totally live with that!! Its the only thing that helps me make it through the day sometimes!

        You however were the one that really put some detail into it and now I can’t get through the day without picturing that Tango at least once. However my version has variances, such as Loki & Sherlock. Hot hot hot…
        *fans face, partly from fantasy, partly from fever*

      • Janeite says:

        Loki and Sherlock?? That would be FANTASTIC. Whatever the permutation(s), there will always be bickering over who leads and annoyance if either one messes up the steps. Feel better soon, Squirrel! :)

      • Secret Squirrel says:

        I do already. Just reading these posts makes me feel better (but have to drag myself out of bed to go get ready to see Coriolanus in about 90 mins).

        I think Loki would lead over Sherlock, but then Ben would disappear briefly and return as Khan and then it would be on for supremacy of the Tango!! Drag up a chair and watch the glorious battle commence!

      • Janeite says:

        Glad you are feeling better! Let me know your thoughts on Coriolanus when you have a chance.

        And I do love your Tango scenarios. I am looking forward to hand-holding, serious eye contact, and intense concentration as they focus on getting the steps right. And a Loki-Khan Tango might send me into cardiac arrest.

      • Secret Squirrel says:

        Hi Janeite.

        Re my comments on Coriolanus. I did enjoy it. I thought the actors/actresses chosen for the roles were perfect. Coriolanus’ mother was a complete scene stealer and brilliant! Tom was excellent, but there were times I thought he didn’t quite have the big booming voice that would have really driven the lines home (perhaps his cold was starting to kick in by this time?). I was uncomfortable at the last scene as it was quite graphic and not the nicest way to end the show (Shakespeare was not a happy chappy when he wrote that one (or most of his other ones!). Also sometimes the humor worked for me, sometimes it didn’t feel quite right (took something away from the characters).

        The bit I didn’t enjoy the most?? The intermission show turned into a bit of a “Hiddleston Fan Club” interview and very little praise or recognition went out to the rest of the cast. Even the first few mins of the second half I noticed a lot of camera scenes focused on Tom when other actors were speaking, so just a tad disrespectful there.

        I had a few young “ladies” *smirks* around me during the show, but the two next to me didn’t bother coming back after the intermission break. I heard them gossiping about TH before the show started so they either didn’t realize what an intermission was and that the show wasn’t over yet or they had their fill and found the story a bit too complex to cope with. I was just fine not having them there after the break!! I spoke to a lovely older lady (and I do most respectfully mean “older” lady!) upon exiting and she said it was great and the main character was very handsome. Awwwww, she was so sweet! I wanted to hug her for possibly being his oldest fan!

        Overall, I would have loved to have seen this live (at the Donmar) as I think the atmosphere and tension of some of the scenes would have definitely worked better in situ. Two thumbs up from me and I’m glad I finally got to know the whole story (my high school education was patchy and only covered part of this story).

        Your thoughts??

      • Janeite says:

        I agree with you about everything, Squirrel. I did enjoy it tremendously. Thought it was a good adaptation. As much as I like Deborah Findlay, I would have liked to have seen her play her role more sweet than shrill. She would have been even more chilling had she delivered her lines in a soft-spoken motherly manner, I thought. Also agree with you that the intermission interview was appallingly disrespectful to the rest of the cast. As for Tom, I thought his relative youth was the main thing that worked against him in this production. I think this would be an ideal role for him in his 40′s perhaps.

        I also had a similar experience with the audience at the show I attended. Some ridiculous tittering during the shower scene and the backlit white gown although they were shushed by an older couple which was fantastic!

        I would have loved to have seen this at the Donmar too, had it been possible. I’m grateful that NT Live made it possible to see it at all but there is nothing like seeing theatre live and in the flesh, so to speak. And even though Shakespeare wrote for the masses, he did so a few hundred years ago and his works can be challenging for a modern audience. I’m just happy that so many people are seeing it, even if Hiddles was their primary reason. Exposure to well-done Shakespeare is never a bad thing, in my opinion!

        Loved your story about the older lady too! No girl is ever too old to appreciate a handsome face!

      • Isadora says:

        I haven’t seen Coriolanus yet, in my area the screening is next week (they obviously didn’t get the “live” aspect here lol), but I just wanted to point out that the original Caius Marcius would have actually been near Hiddles age. I realise that the role is traditionally played by an older actor in his 40s and I understand also the impact of an older actor, however we musn’t forget that Coriolanus is a war machine, a man in his best fighting years which would in Roman times probably be his late 20s/early 30s. Having said that I’m really looking forward to next week – not only because of Hiddles, but also because I’ve never actually seen one of Shakespeare’s history plays on stage and I have to admit I’m a sucker for the Bard. :-)

  14. shitler says:

    Damn! I’ll be working that day and won’t able to watch. Hope there will be an open post?

  15. Jane says:

    Can someone tell me why Jennifer Garner is always invited to the Oscars as a presenter? It’s the equivalent of “always the bridesmaid never the bride” !! She was so awful in DBC, her “acting” was cringe worthy, it was painful to watch. Interesting though that Ben is not on that list being as he won Best Picture last year. Probably found out his wife was going and decided to be “unavailable” as a presenter.
    On another note, I’m predicting Ben and Jen separate this year, I’m going to say in Spring, their in marriage counseling again and she’s going to therapy again for herself, maybe she’s finally seeing the light about her cheating husband.

  16. ray says:

    christoph waltz makes me heart soar!

  17. Eva says:

    The way the material on Angelina’s dress in that photo is folded combined with The Leg make it look like she’s squatting…and now I can’t unsee it!!

  18. MrsBPitt says:

    I would love for Brad and Angie to present together,but I’m sure that won’t happen! I have a feeling that Brad will introduce the film clip for TYAS…and as someone said above, I wonder why Ben Affleck isn’t on the list…ususally the winner of last years Best Picture, presents this years…is this a full list?

  19. allons-y alonso says:

    The only good thing about Kate Hudson’s presence at the Oscars is the possibility she will bring Matt Bellamy!!

  20. Lilacflowers says:

    Kim Novak? Is she presenting a lifetime achievement award or something? She retired from acting over 20 years ago and has been living quietly.

    Why is Jessica Biel always at the Oscars?

  21. JaDeRu says:

    *does happy dance*
    I’ll sit down now. Sorry.

  22. FingerBinger says:

    Beefcake and Benedict Cumberbatch in the same sentence. Wait what?

  23. Dizzle says:

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt is going to be there?! Great, now I have to watch the ceremony and all the red carpet coverage. *clears calendar for Sunday* I love that man way too much for my own good.

  24. 'p'enny says:

    Great Benny! Star Wars rumours are coming to ground today- seems like [according to rumours ] has dropped Scarlet Mountain of whatever it was called. Something is a moving in his career. That film never sounded right, in the first place.

    And as for Hiddles or T Hiddy, as he is now calling himself, probably isn’t big enough draw for Oscars unless he is turns up on someone’s arm. Has he ever been seen at the Oscars? Plus, only two weeks into a new job, and taking time off maybe a bit cheeky. If Jessica Chastain and/or Mia Wassszaskiaeee turns up, then we know that Tom is sulking at not getting an invite. How far is Toronto to LA for a party- he can’t film with hung over eyebags?

  25. pleaseicu says:

    Jessica Biel has to have the hardest working publicist in HW for her to always not just get an invite to these A-list awards/events but get a presenting gig even though she’s got a maybe C-list career these days.

  26. TWINK says:

    No Latinos?! Penelope doesn’t count as she’s a Spaniard.

  27. Diana says:

    Angelina is a gorgeous woman but those photos of the infamous ‘Leg’ are so ridiculous, I still get irritated at how stupid that whole thing was.

    • Shaye Kay says:

      Stupid that she kept striking “the pose” or stupid because the media had a field day lol’ing at “the pose?” Personally, it’s moments like “the pose” and ” You like me, you really like me” that makes the show worth watching.Watching a celebrity make as assh@t out of themselves without their pr people to guide them or editing to lose the WTF moments IS the reason we watch!

  28. Jessica says:

    All actors. I would love to see directors and producers present at the Oscars, but I guess the Oscar producers only want actors because the public only knows actors and likes looking at actors.

  29. don't kill me i'm french says:

    Again McConaughey? He’s going to win best actor and now he’s presenter

  30. Shiv says:

    Did Cumberbatch not straight out deny Star Wars at the Birmingham elementary convention which was only last month? He said he was working on something secret and it was not star wars…..which begins shooing in May.

    Apparently Hamlet has now been moved to next year as well…..

    Blood Mountain has been shelved for the time being.

    What is he up to? I must know.

  31. Kelly says:

    EGADS that third photo is killing me.
    Oh my gawd, does he look good, wtf?
    And he doesn’t even have the curls!
    Ah Jesus Lawd, it’s time for an intervention….

  32. Lux says:

    Can someone please explain the Cumberbatch attraction to me? I feel like I just walked into a conversation where everyone’s laughing but no one will tell me the joke. I watched some of Sherlock and he just looks like a fug lizard to me.

    • Secret Squirrel says:

      Either you get it or you don’t. Depends on if you are shallow and look only at the exterior or if you prefer to take in the whole package (voice, humor, intelligence, talent, etc) and then appreciate that he brings something “different” to the table (much better than yet another hollow “pretty boy” in Hollywood).

      I have NEVER seen a lizard look this good!

    • Janeite says:

      What Squirrel says, plus I just find him to be a very interesting person and that always makes someone attractive to me. I enjoy watching and/or reading his interviews and he seems to have a snarky sense of humor and isn’t afraid to laugh at himself.

    • Nikollet says:

      Secret Squirrel is right, you either get it or you don’t. And I don’t. For some time it really frustrated me that I couldn’t understand how so many women find him attractive. I mean, there are plenty of good looking men who I can appreciate are attractive but are not my type. But Cumberbatch is different – I just couldn’t understand how he could be anyone’s type!

      But I’ve accepted that sometimes the universe is just weird and these things happen!

    • Maggie says:

      Can someone please explain the comparisons to a lizard? I just don’t get it I’m afraid.

      Does he have four legs? Is he green or a combination of many colours? Does he have a tongue that flicks out and catches insects?

      How on earth can you compare a man to a fug lizard?

      It is wonderful that we are attracted to different types of people but if I am NOT attracted to someone I don’t compare them to some “fug” animal.

      And for the record I think Benedict is extremely good looking, has loads of talent, a voice to die for , is very intelligent and seems like a really nice guy.

  33. Common Sense says:

    How I love Mr Sidney Poitier, he is going to be the highlight of the night for me, along with a huge upset I hope will happen. ;)

  34. TheCountess says:

    No excitement for Kim Novak? That’s the person I’m most looking forward to seeing!

  35. allheavens says:


    Never change, obvious as ever. LOL!

  36. aquarius64 says:

    Hemsworth at the Oscars? I don’t think “Rush” is nominated for anything. Of course Pataky will be there – she never met a red carpet she didn’t like. Ever notice that with the red carpet interviews only Chris is asked questions? For a woman that is in the business, Elsa is completely ignored. Even when celebs bring “civilians” (people not in the industry) to events reporters would chat with them if so inclined. That fact announces how low on the Hollywood food chain Elsa is, despite her marriage.

    • Hiddles forever says:

      They do it on purpose. If they attempt to ask just one question to her, she would end up answering her husband’s as well. Remora has no boundaries on a red carpet. She is the only wife who attempts to sign autographs on her husband’s pictures. :D

  37. Ramoxxxxx says:

    Wait did i see it right ?
    No RDJ ? At Oscars ?
    I cannot believe it!
    For real ?

  38. Abby says:

    lmao Icerose is at it again….girl just calm down if your poor Tommy didn’t get an invite. Not everyone gets it.

    Also stop comparing Jessica with Tom guys, she is an A-list & academy’s favorite, I am sure an invite must have gone to her.