Move over, Halle Berry and Adrien Brody. There is a new unexpected awards show kiss that everyone is talking about.
While approaching the stage to accept her golden statuette for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series during this year’s Emmy Awards, Julia Louis-Dreyfus was surprised by a very, very long kiss from…
In the lead-up to the announcement on Emmy nominations on July 10, Celebuzz will be looking at the past year in outstanding television and analyzing what will be recognized and what, what should be recognized and what should not. Today, Robert Kessler and Kendall Fisher discuss the Best Actress categories.
Allegedly meant to raise money for gifted journalism students, the 100th annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner seemed to be nothing more than a fashion show followed by a lot of elbow bumping between Hollywood and Washington, D.C.
And if that fashion show had an award for best dressed, it’d be a tight race…
Julia Louis-Dreyfus appears on the cover of the newest issue of Rolling Stone, wearing nothing but the words of our founding fathers—the Preamble to the United States Constitution—tattooed (temporarily) on her back.
Didn’t have time to sit around on a Saturday night and watch Hollywood pat itself on the back? Well, lucky for you we watched the show and have put together the things everyone will be talking about around the water cooler tomorrow.
The Critics’ Choice Awards aren’t really a real awards show, but they did happen last night and plenty of celebrities showed up anyway. Whether it was something in the water, or everyone was just blowing off steam from the Oscar nominations announcement earlier yesterday morning, things got weird at the ceremony.
Tonight, the most random cast of characters gathered at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica for the 19th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards. Mark Wahlberg was up for Best Action Star (Male), as was Sandra Bullock for Gravity (I didn’t know Gravity was considered an action movie).
Weird Emmys right? Lots of surprises this year. Netflix got its first Emmy (courtesy of David Fincher) and once again HBO was the big winner.
One of the late James Gandolfini’s final films premiered Monday night in New York. In his stead, Gandolfini’s Sopranos family attended the premiere.
Here is the first trailer for Nicole Holofcener’s Enough Said, a movie that will, unfortunately, always be known as James Gandolfini’s final starring role. The film also stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Catherine Keener and Toni Collette, who’s finally allowed to use her actual accent.
The movie is about Louis-Dreyfus and Gandolfini, the two begin dating but thing…