quinta-feira, 1 de março de 2007

Pai Perfeito

Patrick Dempsey is one proud papa as he cuddles new twin sons Sullivan Patrick and Darby Galen. Born Feb. 1 at an L.A.-area hospital, the boys made their debut with some help from dad, whose role as Dr. Derek "McDreamy" Shepherd on Grey's Anatomy came in handy. "I was watching everything that was going on (with the doctors), and you see a lot of that in the show," says Dempsey, who helped cut the cords – both of them!

With the little ones fast asleep, Dempsey, makeup artist wife Jillian and their daughter Talula, 5, share a happy moment at home in Los Angeles. The new dad admits that when the couple first learned they were expecting not one, but two new additions, "I was a little overwhelmed." But looking ahead, the racing enthusiast is already revved up to take the boys out for their first spin. Racing "is such a family sport," he says.

With three little ones in the house, Dempsey says, "I think we're done now." As for how daughter Talula is handling big sister duties? Dempsey says not only did his 5-year-old help determine the boys' names, she's "very excited and very good about taking care of her brothers."
Sim senhor, a isto se chama um Dr McDreamy... Um pai lindo e dedicado!!! Também quero um McDreamy assim para mim...

quarta-feira, 28 de fevereiro de 2007

Oscars 2007 - The Red Carpet


The Best Actress nominee for Volver goes for all-out drama in an elaborate blush Atelier Versace gown with a sweeping train, and topped with a Swarovski clutch and Chopard diamonds. Numa palavra: FABULOSA. A minha preferida. Estava radiante!
AMO o vestido e não sou fã de Versace...

The Best Supporting Actress nominee is a vision in a shimmering silver crystal-mesh Giorgio Armani Privé gown, topped with a tulle beaded floral overlay and Lorraine Schwartz diamonds.
Estava linda. Super elegante. Adorei. Muito, muito bem.

Last year's Best Actress winner – who's presenting this year – is sleeker and sexier than ever in a strapless, tiered Nina Ricci gown, a 38 carat Van Cleef and Arpels diamond bracelet and long straight locks. Não sou fã de vestidos azuis escuros (tem um toque purple no fim das "layers") nem gosto muito da Reese mas tenho que admitir que Ms WITHERSPOON estava muito bem. Pena que se fale que ela me roubou o meu George Clooney...

The presenter channels '60s-era glamour girls in her crystal-encrusted lilac silk Marchesa gown, Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings and pinned-up curls. Cabelo piroso. Não gosto do vestido. Não gosto das pedras do vestido. Safa-se por estar bem maquiada.

Nominated for Best Actress for Little Children, the actress is effortlessly glam in a pale green, one-shouldered Valentino gown, set off by Chopard yellow diamonds. Normalíssimo. Simples. Ate demasiado. Não gosto da cor. Este ano também é moda o famoso "cai-cai" com esta "strip" num só ombro do vestido... Ainda não sei se gosto...

The Oscar winner, who presented this year, lets her hair down with flowing straight locks – and a sizzling apricot tulle-and-chiffon Zac Posen gown. Não gostei. Não gosto da parte das mangas nem do falso "V neck" meio transparente. E o que é que se passa este ano que vem tudo com o cabelo de lado?

Last year's Best Supporting Actress winner is the epitome of elegance in a platinum satin Vera Wang gown, accessorized with a softly curled updo and a dazzling diamond vintage Cartier pendant. Aqui gosto muito do vestido, durante a cerimónia, na apresentação de melhor actor secundario não achei que fosse tão bonito. O único senão foi que em palco a "menina" que empurra os actores para fora do palco estava com um vestido muito semelhante. A cor era igual. Gosto muito do pormenor da cauda em renda.

All hail The Queen! The Best Actress winner blooms in a floral print Christian Lacroix gown topped with embroidered lace and, in back, a jaw-dropping 62-carat Chopard diamond brooch. Super elegante! Gostei muito do vestido. Esta Senhora está sempre bem. Estaria perfeita se tivesse outro penteado.

The presenter described her raspberry Oscar de la Renta gown as "comfortable and chic"– we'd say simply stunning is more like it. Muito bonito. Mudaria qualquer coisa no corte do vestido na parte de cima... Ela muito bem, muito elegante. Muito bonita

Red Carpet - The OSCARS 2007

The Best Supporting Actress winner goes for the gold with her python cropped jacket over an Oscar de la Renta chocolate chiffon gown and Fred Leighton diamonds. Tudo mau: bolero pirosíssimo, não gosto do feitio, escapa a cor. E ò menina, mão no bolso?

The actress must have paid close attention on the set of The Devil Wears Prada: The presenter looks simply stunning in an inky-blue sequined Calvin Klein gown and H.Stern jewels. Não gosto do azul. Modelo muito bonito. Ela, super elegante.


Ever the risk-taker, the presenter tops off her slim crimson silk crepe Balenciaga column dress with an oversized bow and a custom L'Wren Scott diamond bracelet. Gosto? Não gosto? Do cabelo de lado não gosto mesmo. Do vestido... Gosto. Ms. Kidman é elegantérrima mas lá está, falta-lhe sal...

While Best Actor nominee husband Will and son Jaden presented, the actress is content to steal the show on the red carpet in a yellow Carolina Herrera gown and H.Stern jewels. Não gosto da cor, não gosto do corpete, não gosto do ar de reposteiro da saia.

NAOMI WATTS The presenter glows in a buttercup-yellow Escada gown, dazzling Chopard diamonds and retro waves. LINDA! A fitinha preta é a cereja em cima do bolo. Brilha de linda, mulher grávida é mesmo assim!

The presenter shows off her post-baby body in a crystal-embroidered navy Proenza Schouler gown with a one-strap neckline and feather-trimmed hem. HORROROSA. Não se aproveita nada. Odeio.


Putting aside her riskier fashion choices, the Best Supporting Actress nominee goes for old Hollywood glamour in a black sequined fishtail gown with Chanel Haute Couture and Chanel jewels. Nada de especial. Se eu fosse Japonesa vestiria sem dúvidas Miyake ou Kenzo.

Fresh off a beach vacation, the presenter glows in an off-the-shoulder white satin Valentino gown and a whopping $2.9 million worth of Cartier jewelry. Não gosto. Parece uma noiva. E pirosa. Não gosto de vestidos brancos.
Before performing during the show, the Dreamgirl rocks the red carpet in a crystal-adorned one-strap Armani Privé gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewels. Uma desilusão... Signore Armani: che cosa é successo? Non mi piace questo vestito!

terça-feira, 27 de fevereiro de 2007

And the Oscars went to:

The 79th Academy Awards ended with a bang; the whimpers came from Oscar-pool players watching a number of favorites get taken down during the long ceremony — Alan Arkin standing in the Sunshine instead of Eddie Murphy; the penguins of Happy Feet kicking the tires off Pixar's Cars; Melissa Etheridge's ''I Need to Wake Up'' putting three nominated songs from Dreamgirls to sleep. Smart-money favorites came through at the end with wins for Helen Mirren (The Queen), Forest Whitaker (The Last King of Scotland), and — finally! — Martin Scorsese (The Departed). Then, the unpredictability returned with a mild surprise in a Best Picture race that had no clear-cut front-runner, as the Academy pulled the trigger once again for Scorsese's violent Boston gangster/cop tale, which led the night with four total awards. Other multiple winners included Pan's Labyrinth with three, and Little Miss Sunshine, Dreamgirls, and An Inconvenient Truth, each with two.

Best Picture - The Departed
Best Director - Martin Scorsese, The Departed
Best Actor - Forest Whitaker, The Last King of Scotland
Best Actress - Helen Mirren, The Queen
Best Supporting Actor - Alan Arkin, Little Miss Sunshine
Best Supporting Actress - Jennifer Hudson, Dreamgirls
Best Original Screenplay - Little Miss Sunshine
Best Adapted Screenplay - The Departed
Best Animated Film - Happy Feet
Best Foreign Language Film - The Lives of Others, Germany
Best Documentary Feature - An Inconvenient Truth
Best Original Song - ''I Need to Wake Up,'' from An Inconvenient Truth
Best Original Score - Babel
Best Cinematography - Pan's Labyrinth
Best Film Editing - The Departed
Best Art Direction - Pan's Labyrinth
Best Makeup - Pan's Labyrinth
Best Costume Design - Marie Antoinette
Best Sound Editing - Letters From Iwo Jima
Best Sound Mixing - Dreamgirls
Best Visual Effects - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
Best Short, Animated - The Danish Poet
Best Short, Live Action - West Bank Story
Best Documentary Short - The Blood of Yingzhou District

Críticos dividem-se na opinião da apresentação de Ellen na cerimónia de Domingo

In her first stint as Oscar host, Ellen DeGeneres drew mixed reactions from critics, ranging from equivocal thumbs up to disappointed thumbs down – though most of the real complaints were aimed at the ceremony's seat-challenging, four-hour length. Here's a sampling of what the nation's reviewers had to say:
• "You know it's going to be a long night when Al Gore's the funniest person in the room. ... Ellen DeGeneres's lowest-key performance made for a slow, slow show." – Bill Goodykoontz, the Arizona Republic
• "[Ellen] was cheeky but good-natured, far less barbed and sardonic than Jon Stewart last year or Chris Rock in 2005. ... As she sometimes does on her daytime talk show, Ms. DeGeneres cruised the aisle with a microphone, chatting idly with Martin Scorsese and Clint Eastwood – bringing a casual Friday mood to Fancy Sunday."– Alessandra Stanley, The New York Times
• "Aspects of the show didn't translate well to TV, from a dance troupe reenacting nominees against a screen to a tedious bit featuring a 'sound-effects choir,' which fell as flat as the gospel choir that punctuated DeGeneres's opening."– Brian Lowry, Variety
• "Ellen DeGeneres was a fine host. ... With ease and charm, DeGeneres transferred her talk-show act to the Oscars. Her monologue reflected her refreshing, unpretentious style."– Hal Boedeker, the Orlando Sentinel
• "In an ABC telecast that will likely be remembered as the dullest, most bloated Academy Awards ever, [Ellen] offered no edgy insults of nominees and almost no political commentary (for a change). ... At the risk of sounding smug, I have to say I could have written a better monologue."– Adam Buckman, the New York Post
• "[Ellen did] a crisp and unpretentious job in her first gig as an Oscar host. ... [But] virtually everything about the Oscarcast, except for a few mercifully brief features, was entirely, punishingly too long." – Tom Shales, The Washington Post
Still, ratings for the show were up slightly – 2 percent – over last year's Oscars, according to Nielsen Media Research. Last year, 38.8 million viewers watched the ceremony, only the second time in the past two decades that the audience fell below 40 million, the Associated Press reports.

Pois eu achei que a Ellen esteve muito bem. Com muita piada. Conseguiu dar conta do recado.

segunda-feira, 26 de fevereiro de 2007

Melhor Realizador: Parabéns Mr. Scorsese!

"Could you double check the envelope?" – Martin Scorsese, receiving his Best Director trophy after being passed over for the award five times prior.

Muitos, muitos Parabéns! Foi um Óscar mais do que me merecido! Há anos que merecia! Congrats Marty!

domingo, 25 de fevereiro de 2007

Não tive electricidade! Alguém acredita nisto???

Não vi o principio dos Óscars, não vi o Red Carpet, não vi a Introdução.
Ouvi o princípio da Cerimónia na TSF e na Antena 3, até que o Miguel me veio buscar a casa para eu não ficar tristinha nem desiludida por não ver em Directo a noite pela qual anseio o ano todo.
Espero poder, amanhã, pôr em dia as minhas Fofocas...
Até agora, são 4h da manhã, ganhou 3 Oscars o El Laberinto del Fauno, que eu vi na sexta feira, na sessão de abertura do FANTAS e para minha surpresa e de todos, ganhou o Alan Arkin melhor actor secundário. E fiquei também muito contente que Marie Antoinette, da minha Realizadora preferida, Sofia Coppola, ter ganho melhor guarda roupa.

O Melhor da noite seria ganhar o Scorsese ganhar melhor Realizador e o Little Miss Sunshine, melhor Filme...
Agora vou-me deitar.
Até amanhã e desculpem qualquer coisinha...