segunda-feira, 25 de fevereiro de 2008

Os Vencedores

Here is the full list of winners at the 80th Academy Awards

Best picture
Winner - No Country For Old Men

Best director
Winners - Joel and Ethan Coen, No Country For Old Men

Best actor
Winner - Daniel Day-Lewis, There Will Be Blood

Best actress
Winner - Marion Cotillard, La Vie en Rose

Best supporting actress
Winner - Tilda Swinton, Michael Clayton

Best supporting actor
Winner - Javier Bardem, No Country For Old Men

Best foreign language film
Winner - The Counterfeiters (Austria)

Best animated feature film
Winner - Ratatouille

Best adapted screenplay
Winner - No Country For Old Men

Best original screenplay
Winner - Juno

Best music (score)
Winner - Atonement

Best music (song)
Winner - Falling Slowly - Once
(performed by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova)

Best documentary feature
Winner - Taxi to the Dark Side

Best documentary short subject
Winner - Freeheld

Best visual effects
Winner - The Golden Compass

Best cinematography
Winner - There Will Be Blood

Best art direction Winner - Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Best animated short film
Winner - Peter and the Wolf

Best short film
Winner - Le Mozart des Pickpockets

Best costume design
Winner - Elizabeth: The Golden Age

Best make-up
Winner - La Vie en Rose

Best sound mixing
Winner - The Bourne Ultimatum

Best sound editing
Winner - The Bourne Ultimatum

Best film editing
Winner - The Bourne Ultimatum

Um apontamento: Todos os actores vencedores não são americanos!!!
Javier Bardem: Espanhol; Marion Cotillard: Francesa; Daniel Day-Lewis e Tilda Swinton: Ingleses.

Melhores Actores Secundários e vencedores até a esta hora

Javier Bardem's psychotic killer in Joel and Ethan Coen's No Country for Old Men translated into Oscar gold for the Spanish star, as did Tilda Swinton's ethically challenged corporate lawyer role in Michael Clayton. "Whoa," Bardem, 38, said at the 80th annual Academy Awards Sunday night, clutching his trophy for Best Supporting Actor. "This is pretty amazing. I have to speak fast here, man." He not only spoke fast, he spoke in Spanish, to deliver a speech to his mother, to whom he dedicated his award. She sat in the audience, choked up at the sight of her son on the Kodak Theatre stage."Mom, this is for you ... for Spain, and for all of us," he said in Spanish. "Thank you very much."
A Surprised Swinton
A totally surprised Swinton captivated the crowd when she accepted for her supporting role. "Happy Birthday, man," she said as she clutched her little golden boy – which she explained she will be giving to her agent, Brian Swardstrom, because he looks just like Oscar, from the top of his head "to his buttocks, it must be said." The English actress, 37, also said she owes the agent for getting her to America. She concluded her speech by making a joke about the star of the movie, George Clooney, saying, "Seeing you climb into that rubber bat suit from Batman & Robin, the one with the nipples, every morning under your costume, on the set, off the set, hanging upside-down at lunch, you rock, man."
The evening's first award went to the period costume drama Elizabeth: The Golden Age – for costumes. Ratatouille was named Best Animated Feature, and La Vie en Rose was honored for its makeup. The other early awards went to The Golden Compass, for Visual Effects, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, for Art Direction. No Country for Old Men was cited for the Coen Brothers' Adapted Screenplay. Making his entrance, the evening's host, Jon Stewart, declared, "You're actually here," now that the writers' strike has been settled. "These past three-and-a-half months have been very tough. The town was torn apart by a very bitter writers' strike," said Stewart. "The fight is over. So, tonight, welcome to the make-up sex."


John Travolta's wifey Kelly Preston rocked the red carpet in an orange strapless Roberto Cavalli gown.

The Oscar Winner!!!
Tilda Swinton complemented her shocking red hair with a washed silk satin black Lanvin gown. Gosto muito da Tilda mas o vestido é um pavor.

Para mim sempre a "Felicity", The new mom shows off her svelte shape in a strapless champagne organza bustier Nina Ricci evening dress and a 46-carat-diamond H. Stern necklace. Nada de extraordinário.
The Best Actress nominee is elegant in a midnight silk bustle-back Michael Kors gown, dramatic Cathy Waterman jewels and Ferragamo bag and heels. Adorei este vestido.
One of the night's performers – for the nominated song "That's How You Know," from Enchanted – goes for old-fashioned sex appeal in her black and rose Armani Privé gown and Fred Leighton diamond hair clips.

Mais Red Carpet...

The presenter is a modern goddess in her flowered and draped red Marchesa gown, Harry Winston diamonds and sleek ponytail. NO WAY, horrivel. Parece que ter entrado no Diabo veste Prada não lhe ensinou nada! CATE BLANCHETT The expectant double-nominee – for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress – is fashion-forward in a navy satin Dries Van Noten gown and Roger Vivier clutch. Muito original, Linda! Gostei muito.

The Best Actress nominee is a modern mermaid in her intricately detailed custom-made Jean Paul Gaultier gown, Chopard diamond necklace and ring, and Daniel Swarovski clutch.
MILEY CYRUS The young star is perfectly in step on the red carpet in her scarlet Valentino chiffon gown and curly ponytail.

Last year's Best Actress winner is regal on the red carpet in her custom-made ruby red satin George Chakra gown with Swarovski crystal sleeves and H. Stern and Fred Leighton diamonds.

Last year's Best Supporting Actress winner is totally glam in her white beaded Roberto Cavalli gown – and not a bolero in site! AMY ADAMS
Looking totally glamorous in her emerald green strapless Proenza Schouler gown and Fred Leighton diamonds isn't enough for this star – the Enchanted actress also performed a nominated song from the movie during the show.
The ponytailed presenter keeps her beach-girl cool in a pale pink Dior by John Galliano bustier gown, Bulgari jewels, Roger Vivier clutch and minimal makeup. GOSTEI MUITO deste vestido.

The mom-to-be, who tells Ryan Seacrest that she's in her "third trimester," glows in her deep-purple feathered Marchesa gown and Cartier diamonds.

Red Carpet Continues!

Two-time Oscar winner Hilary graces the red carpet tonight in this one-shoulder mermaid Versace number.
Katherine usually goes for the glamorous look of Old Hollywood, and this vermilion Escada gown is no exception; and it fits her like a glove.
Nicole Kidman's icicle-like layered necklace definitely takes the cake for the most eye-catching bling at the Oscars - Balenciaga está LINDA! O colar é gorgeous!The always-glamorous star sweeps down the red carpet in a Chanel Haute Couture navy feather embroidered gown – designed by Karl Lagerfeld just for her, no less! – accessorized with a Roger Vivier clutch and Chopard diamonds. We have not seen a lot of metallic on the red carpet tonight, and Renée is a stand out in this gorgeous sparkling Carolina Herrera gown.

O que não vimos à chegada...

• John Travolta and Kelly Preston, hitting the red carpet at the same time as Miley Cyrus – creating a logjam. Cyrus gets help from Mom fixing her hair before posing for the cameras, and before her last photo call she reapplies her lipstick and blows a kiss to the crowd.
• Enchanted star Amy Adams, walking across the limo dropoff area as a valet attendant and her date hold up the train of her green Proenza Schouler gown. "It's so wet!" she says, brushing off the rain. "But it's okay. Let's go in!"
• Adams's costar Patrick Dempsey, getting a last-minute touchup to his hair from wife Jillian Fink before chatting with Juno director Jason Reitman. Meanwhile, a patient Travoltacontinues his way down the press line as Dennis Hopper runs by.
• Oscar presenter Keri Russell, making apologies to onlookers as she passes by and dragging along her train – which got stepped on more than a few times.
• Nominee Daniel Day-Lewis, playfully kicking away wife Rebecca Miller's dress and wearing a wide smile after she pulls it from under his shoe. The couple share kisses on the cheek with nominee Laura Linney, who then chats up Miller while her husband does an interview.
• Shocking some Oscar guests, Jessica Alba steps off the press line and does a reverse red carpet walk – going against traffic on the general audience line as an Academy escort shouted, "Excuse us, please, make room!"
• Atonement heartthrob James McAvoy, holding tight to wife Anne Marie-Duff's hand as they navigate their way down the red carpet.
• Never taking his hand from the small of girlfriend Sarah Larson's back, George Clooney is a steady presence as he works his way into the Kodak Theatre.
• Before entering the theater, Steve Carell and wife Nancy Walls look into each other's eyes and give each other a pat on the butt. A little good luck love?

A chegada ao Red Carpet!

Best Actor nominee George Clooney brought his girlfriend (THE COW!) Sarah Larson to the Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood Sunday.
Heidi Klum wore a John Galliano gown to the Oscars at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood on Sunday. Bem, que MARAVILHOSA! Amei o vestido!
Patrick Dempsey and wife Jill

The youngest Best Actress nominee wears the oldest gown, hitting the red carpet in a vintage black Jean Louis Scherrer dress and a 19th-century natural pearl and rock crystal rondelle Fred Leighton chain.

Jennifer Garner - Smoldering her way down the red carpet, the actress sizzles in a black silk taffeta Oscar de la Renta fishtail gown, major Van Cleef & Arpels diamonds, Roger Vivier clutch and a deeply parted updo.

domingo, 24 de fevereiro de 2008

Angelina Grávida!! YEY!!!

Yes, it's true. A source close to the couple tells PEOPLE that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are "thrilled to be adding to their brood."Jolie's baby bump was the buzz on the blue carpet Saturday as she stepped out in a curve-hugging black dress at the Film Independent's Spirit Awards with Pitt. The Jolie-Pitt family currently consists of Maddox, 6; Pax, 4; Zahara, 3; and Shiloh, 1. Last week the couple's adoption of Pax was made official. Adds a source close to the couple, "They are very, very happy."

Que lindos...! Agora podia era ser um Bradzinho para fazer o casalinho piroso com a Shiloh (Angelinazinha).