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Nov 30 George Clooney mocks ‘unsexy’ co-stars 0
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George Clooney has mocked his friends Matt Damon and Brad Pitt after beating them both to the title of Sexiest Man Alive.

The ‘Ocean’s Thirteen’ actor—who was bestowed the title by People magazine—joked that his co-stars were jealous of losing out to him in an interview with David Letterman on ‘The Late Show’ on Tuesday night.

Clooney said: “I worked hard for that one. But I felt bad for Matt Damon, because he really wanted it. He campaigned hard for it, but he came up short. And poor Brad. He ran such a good campaign, but he got some bad advice along the way.”

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Clooney, 45, also exposed Pitt as the anonymous ‘Reverend Ted’ who took out advertisements in Variety magazine and The Hollywood Reporter congratulating Clooney on his win but accompanied by an embarrassing old photograph of the heartthrob.

Clooney took revenge during his TV interview by giving Letterman a collection of unflattering pictures of Pitt to show.

Pitt is the only man other than Clooney to have been awarded the title twice. Last year, the honour was given to Matthew McConaughey.

The ‘Syriana’ star joked about his win, comparing it to a beauty pageant.

Clooney said: “You tour with the other guys who’ve won before. We’ve got a bus. It’s Matthew McConaughey’s bus. You get a sash and a sceptre and, well, we don’t like to call it a tiara.”

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Source:AZ Central

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Nov 24 Exclusive: Matt Damon On Ocean’s 13 0
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“The tagline we’re really trying to get them to use is ‘Ocean’s 13: The film they should have made last time’!”, Matt Damon, it seems, shares the rest of the world’s opinion that Ocean’s 12 was not the greatest of sequels. But, talking exclusively to Empire, he promises that the third in the series will make up for the failings of its predecessor. “The only reason we want to do it is to make a movie that’s better than the first two.”

Damon, like everyone else involved with the film, is reluctant to give out full plot details, but did say “It’s kinda like a revenge thing. Someone does something to one of us and we want revenge. And that someone is Al Pacino. We have to take him down”.

The film, which reunites the entire cast of the original, save Julia Roberts, is scheduled for release in the UK on June 8 2007.

For more on Ocean’s 13 pick up the new issue of Empire, on sale now.

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Source: Empire News Online

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Nov 23 New Uploads + Matt Style Guide =D 0
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Just a small update today. I just wanted to let everyone know that I created a page entitled Copy Matt’s O12 Style so check that out.  Lastly, two new colorizations created by the wonderful Marcie and some assorted photoshoots :)

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Nov 18 Early buzz on Oscars — Indies ready to rule 0
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  The final moments of the last Academy Awards were chaotic as the stunned producers of “Crash” rushed up to claim their best picture statuette and the “Brokeback Mountain” filmmakers attempted not to look broken-hearted within view of TV cameras. {nl}

Tune in to the Oscar telecast Feb. 25 and you may see something similar transpire with a race among independently made movies—and big studio fare trailing the pack. Like last time, competition in the acting categories also could skew independent. {nl}

Kowtowing to young audiences, who prefer watching stuff blow up to following nuanced stories, major studios are finding it increasingly difficult to rack up Oscar nominations. The lion’s share of them may wind up going to “Babel,” “The Queen,” “The Last King of Scotland,” “Little Children,” “Little Miss Sunshine” and “The Illusionist”—all smaller films that opened in limited release and have been marketed to sophisticated filmgoers. {nl}

One encouraging trend this year is the number of strong performances by women. This doesn’t mean actresses are getting better, only that they’ve finally been given material worthy of their talents. A not-so-encouraging trend is the number of Brits likely to be nominated, an indication that American actors aren’t quite up to snuff. {nl}

The playing field may get really crowded next month with the openings of “Blood Diamond,” “Dreamgirls,” “The Good German” and “The Good Shepherd”—the big studios’ best shots at garnering Academy Award recognition. {nl}

The Oscar nominations will be announced Jan. 23. Here’s the way I see the race shaping up. {nl}

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BEST PICTURE

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— “Babel”: This hypnotic multilevel film is off to a great start at the box office, and with its classy multicultural cast and philosophical musings it has the cachet that always impresses Academy members. {nl}

— “The Departed”: Popular entertainment at its best, and a huge hit for Martin Scorsese, whose other films haven’t even come close to the $100 million mark. Plus there’s a feeling the ultimate auteur is entitled to a best picture nomination just for being Martin Scorsese. {nl}

— “Blood Diamond”: The controversy prior to its release based on the concern of the diamond industry about the way it is represented has only added to the heat. Plus diamond-sharp Leonardo DiCaprio heads the cast. {nl}

— “The Queen”: With Princess Diana appearing as herself and Helen Mirren as her former mother-in-law, this wildly engaging British import has been packing them in at the art houses. {nl}

— “Dreamgirls”: A 20-minute sneak preview had audiences cheering at this splashy musical in the “Chicago” mode. Jamie Foxx, following his 2005 best actor Oscar, and Beyonc? Knowles are said to make beautiful music together. {nl}

— “Little Miss Sunshine”: This little indie that could is both heartbreaking and heartwarming. Audiences have embraced it to the tune of $60 million, and even hardened Academy voters can’t be immune to its considerable charm. It is this year’s “Lost in Translation” and “Sideways.” {nl}

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— “The Last King of Scotland”: Well worth a nomination, it may be hurt by lukewarm box office receipts. Audiences don’t know what they’re missing. {nl}

— “Little Children”: Another brilliant piece of filmmaking that isn’t getting the reception it deserves. Hopefully Academy members will appreciate the amazing craft it’s been made with. {nl}

— “The Illusionist”: Could be at a disadvantage for coming out so early in the year. On the other hand, it’s taken in a tidy sum and is being marketed by the same group behind “Crash.” {nl}

— “Flags of Our Fathers”: The Academy’s respect for director Clint Eastwood could offset mixed reviews and a disappointing audience response. {nl}

— “The Good German”: The combination of George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh demands Academy attention, and those “Casablanca” inspired posters are garnering lots of buzz. {nl}

— “The Good Shepherd”: Two pictures with “good” in the title may be too much of a good thing. This one has Robert De Niro going for it, not just as a co-star, but also as director. {nl}

— “Borat”: Definitely a long shot, but then what were the odds of a mockumentary about a Kazakhstani TV reporter who manages to offend just about everybody even getting made? {nl}

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BEST DIRECTOR

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Most likely: Martin Scorsese for “The Departed”; Alejandro Gonz?lez In?rritu for “Babel”; Steven Soderbergh for “The Good German”; Todd Field for “Little Children”; Clint Eastwood for “Flags of Our Fathers”; Bill Condon for “Dreamgirls”; Stephen Frears for “The Queen.” {nl}

In the running: Kevin Macdonald for “The Last King of Scotland”; Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris for “Little Miss Sunshine”; Alfonso Cuar?n for “Children of Men”; Pedro Almod?var for “Volver”; Spike Lee for “Inside Man”; Edward Zwick for “Blood Diamond”; Christopher Nolan for “The Prestige.” {nl}

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BEST ACTOR

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This field would be even more crowded if it weren’t for the fact that several studios, inspired by George Clooney’s win last year for “Syriana,” have decided to pitch their heavy hitters in the supporting actor category. {nl}

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— Forest Whitaker: His amazing rendition of Idi Amin in “Last King of Scotland” makes him the automatic frontrunner, especially if a nomination convinces people to go see his movie. {nl}

— Jamie Foxx: He’s said to hit all the high notes as a Berry Gordy-like manager who propels a trio of girl singers into superstars in “Dreamgirls.” {nl}

— Leonardo DiCaprio: Buzz is that Leo gives the performance of his career in “Blood Diamond” as a South African mercenary. {nl}

— Ben Affleck: His top prize at Venice may help fuel a nomination for “Hollywoodland.” {nl}

— Christian Bale: Critics have praised him in “Rescue Dawn.” His chances are improved by a strong showing in “The Prestige” as well. {nl}

— Peter O’Toole: His turn as a horny once-famous actor in “Venus” enthralled festival audiences. {nl}

— Will Smith: Completely winning as a salesman and single dad who winds up homeless on the streets of San Francisco in “The Pursuit of Happyness.” {nl}

In the running: Matt Damon for “The Good Shepherd”; Ryan Gosling for “Half Nelson”; Richard Griffiths for “The History Boys,” which already netted him a Tony award for the theatrical version; Guy Pearce for “Factory Girl”; Edward Norton for “The Illusionist”; Ed Harris for “Copying Beethoven”; Will Ferrell for “Stranger Than Fiction.” {nl}

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BEST ACTRESS

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Two Brits are the main competitors among this abundance of talent. {nl}

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— Helen Mirren: Almost surely to win an Oscar to go along with her crown in “The Queen.” {nl}

— Kate Winslet: Unless Winslet scores an upset as an uptight American housewife who discovers lust in the suburbs in “Little Children.” {nl}

— Meryl Streep: Never count out this perennial Oscar nominee who was so stylishly cool in “The Devil Wears Prada.” {nl}

— Annette Bening: She’s frightfully good as a frustrated writer and horrible mother in “Running With Scissors,” but her role isn’t that different from her character in “American Beauty.” {nl}

— Penelope Cruz: Speaking in her native Spanish, she’s a revelation in “Volver” as a sacrificing mother a la Mildred Pierce. {nl}

— Cate Blanchett: She’s said to act up a storm as George Clooney’s old flame in the World War II drama “The Good German.” {nl}

In the running: Naomi Watts for “The Painted Veil”; Judi Dench for “Notes on a Scandal”; Julie Christie for “Away From Her”; Keisha Castle-Hughes for “The Nativity Story”; Maggie Gyllenhaal for “Sherrybaby.” {nl}

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BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

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This category has rarely been as competitive because so many actors from the same movie are being pushed as nominees. The studio behind “The Departed” decided to enter all its big names, although DiCaprio and Damon clearly have the dominant roles. {nl}

Most likely: Eddie Murphy for “Dreamgirls”; Adam Beach for “Flags of Our Fathers”; Brad Pitt for “Babel”; Mark Wahlberg for “The Departed”; Steve Carell for “Little Miss Sunshine”; Alan Arkin for “Little Miss Sunshine”; Jackie Earle Haley for “Little Children”; Paul Giamatti for “The Illusionist.” {nl}

In the running: Alec Baldwin for “The Departed”; Jack Nicholson for “The Departed”; Paul Dano for “Little Miss Sunshine”; Shia LaBeouf for “Bobby”; Clive Owen for “Inside Man.” {nl}

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BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

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Little Abigail Breslin could find herself in a competition a lot tougher than “Little Miss Sunshine.” {nl}

Most likely: Abigail Breslin for “Little Miss Sunshine”; Rinko Kikuchi for “Babel”; Jennifer Hudson for “Dreamgirls”; Anika Noni Rose for “Dreamgirls”; Sharon Stone for “Bobby.” {nl}

In the running: Sandra Bullock for “Infamous”; Demi Moore for “Bobby”‘ Emily Blunt for “The Devil Wears Prada”; Scarlett Johansson for “The Prestige”; Adriana Barraza for “Babel”; Emma Thompson for “Stranger Than Fiction”; Jill Clayburgh for “Running With Scissors.” {nl}

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BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

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I had a chance to see almost all the contenders at the Toronto International Film Festival and can assure you this is the richest group the Academy has had to choose from in several years. I’m going out on a limb and predicting that “The Lives of Others”—a startling behind-the-scenes look at what went on during the darkest time in East Berlin—will take the prize. {nl}

Most likely: “The Lives of Others,” Germany; “Volver,” Spain; “After the Wedding,” Denmark; “Black Book,” the Netherlands; “Pan’s Labyrinth,” Mexico. {nl}

In the running: “Water,” Canada; “Avenue Montaigne,” France.

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Source: SF Gate

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Nov 18 New Affilates 0
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I am lagging but I think besides one affilate for a site that is down at the moment, we have a whole bunch of amazing sites to add to our affilates. Please take a look at them :) In the meantime, if someone gets their hands on the Details Magazine and would not mind to send in the scans, I appreciate it. Thanks again!

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The Departed—A Martin Scorsese Picture
Movie clips, photos, and message board

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Nov 17 Clooney insists Damon is Sexiest Man Alive 0
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 George Clooney, who was voted People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive for 2006, insists Matt Damon deserved the title.

“I have to say, this is a very big disappointment for Matt, because he did run a very good campaign. If you have been around him, you know he’s sexy. His eyes pop. They have a twinkle. He’s got a good smile, he’s quite the dancer. He does rock a Speedo in “Ocean’s Thirteen””, said Clooney joking, quoted by Monsters and Critics.

George says his “Ocean’s Thirteen” co-star even sought his advice on how to win the title next year.

“Matt came to me like a politician would go to Bill Clinton. I told him, ‘I think you should go with a snakeskin suit and some mousse and give a sort of up-on-your toes pose. I’m afraid he’s going to think that  influence to quietly, secretly take him down. But really, Matt’s got a couple of  years left before it’s time for him”, said George.

The 45 year-old George is only the second person to be honored with the coveted title twice. The first was another one of his “Ocean’s Thirteen” co-stars, Brad Pitt. 

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Source:Moldova.Org

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Did you hear what George said? Matt is going to be in a speedo for Ocean’s 13. WOW! hehe.
 

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Nov 16 Details Scans 0
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Hey everyone! Guess who got their hands on the Details magazine scans? haha unfortunately not me but thanks so much to Just Jared for giving me permission to post up the photos. However, they are tagged and we only have the photos so if you want to read the entire article, visit Just Jared. Once I get the magazine, I promise to upload them but in the meantime enjoy the tagged ones. And yes, Jim and Pam Reunion on The Office tonight!! Very excited!!!

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Nov 16 DAMON DETERMINED TO APPEAR BORING 0
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 The Bourne Identity star Matt Damon is desperate to appear as boring as possible when he does interviews because he wants the media to leave him alone. Damon hates doing press and will only do what’s necessary to promote his latest film and tries not to say anything noteworthy in the process.

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He tells Details magazine, “I’ve worked very hard in interviews to portray a very polite and boring person. “I’m actively trying to get away from the over-exposure that happened eight years ago. “The only thing a celebrity can do in one of these articles is hurt their own career. If I give you a really good interview, am I going to get a movie out of it? F**k no! “So what’s the argument for saying anything, unless you have this rampaging need to please?”

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Source: Contact Music

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Nov 15 Magazine Alert: Matt on Details 0
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Hey everyone! Just a small heads up Matt is on the cover of December’s Details Magazine which is already available in New York and LA. There is suppose to be a real artsy spread on the inside. Once its available here, I will snag the scans for you guys unless someone would like to send it in for me  

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Nov 14 New Magazine Scans & Winning Departed Contest 0
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Alright I got some real good uploads for you today! I would like to thank the amazing Marcie for sending all these great scans. Thanks so much! And I personally scanned the one scan from Premiere Magazine. Remember to check out the audio narration from the People’s History of the US by Zinn, which is now located on the site (one part of it at least).

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Winning Departed Blend: Created by the amazing Lauren

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Premiere Magazine: October Preview of Good Shepherd

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National Enquirer’s Review of the Departed

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Vanity Fair’s Review of The Departed

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EW: Holiday Preview of The Good Shepherd and Oscar Picks

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The Winning Departed Contest Entries:

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* Winning Departed Contest Entry *Spoiler Warning*
* Date: November 2006
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Matt’s Audio Narration of People’s History

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* Matt’s Narration of People’s History of United States
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