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- 03/03/14--07:41: Taylor Swift looking stunning at some oscar party
- 03/03/14--07:53: Jennifer Lawrence: Dress Switch for Vanity Fair Oscars Party 2014
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- 03/03/14--08:13: 12 Years a Slave Cast - Photo Post (Oscars Edition)
- 03/03/14--08:17: Inside Mark Seliger’s Portrait Studio at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party
For those of you who don't know, Kid Nation was a short-lived reality show that aired on CBS in the fall of 2007. The show focused on 40 kids who lived in a fake, Old-West town/movie set in the middle of the desert and how they worked on building a functioning society without any adult intervention. It unfortunately lasted only one season before being cancelled, likely over the controversy surrounding throwing 40 kids in a desert and having them allocate money to each other and telling them to have at it. However, in its one glorious season, Kid Nation brought us some truly great little characters and, now that they're all grown up, let's see where they are now.
Alex was that smart 9 year old from Nevada. He got a gold star in episode 12 for being super smart. Today, he's still super smart. He's a 3 time state Geography champion, went to the National Geography Bee and has won both a gold and silver medal at the International Linguistics Olympiad. And, according to the above image, has created 10 languages and 30-40 alphabets.
Anjay was a 12 year old from Texas who was one of the OG council leaders. Unfortunately, he got replaced by that douchebag Greg in the second election for some reason. Before appearing on the show, he was the youngest person to ever compete in the National Spelling Bee at age 8 in 2003. He placed 18th overall in the 2006 Bee. Nowadays, he's a computer science student at the University of Houston and he has a website.
Blaine was that 14 year old from Florida who was friends with Greg. He got transferred to yellow in episode 9, however, and became a pretty cool dude, winning a gold star and getting on the council in episode 10. Now he plays lacrosse at Greensboro College where he studies criminal justice. He also has a Twitter.
Divad was an 11 year old from Atlanta who kept nominating herself for gold stars but never received one. The council ruled that she only worked hard enough to get the nomination but never the win. Like her other alums, she's super smart; medical research conducted while she was in high school led to an invitation to study with a PhD. She also passes out food and bibles to the homeless in downtown Atlanta, is a member of National Honors Society, and even has her own outreach organization, Divad's Guild.
DK was a 14 year old from Chicago who won a gold star in episode 6 for working hard and resolving conflict. He almost went home before he received the star but was convinced to stay. In the second election, he replaced Guylan on the town council. He's now a student at the University of Illinois Chicago and an aspiring actor.
Emilie was the 9 year old from Nevada who didn't want them to kill the chicken, despite the journal telling them to. They, of course, did kill the chicken but Emilie still strongly objected. Anjay traded her to the blue district later because he thought she didn't work hard enough. There is no information on her, not even a last name, but she's probably still out there fighting for animal rights.
As the oldest and strongest kid in town, Greg often came off as a bully and a douche. Even though he was a bully and gave the other kids "tough love", he still got nominated for a gold star 3 times in the first 4 episodes but never won because Mike was suspicious of his motivation. By episode 5, he finally won a gold star for comforting some of the younger kids (who were previously terrified of him) when they got homesick. In episode 10, he replaced Anjay on the council. Little is known about what he's doing now. He has a Twitter but has never tweeted, so god only knows.
Here's a nice video of Greg during his time in Bonanza City:
Guylan was an 11 year old from Massachusetts. He was voted to the town council in the first election, but couldn't take the stress and asked to be voted off by the 2nd election. The only pictures of him on Google are from his family's blogspot.
Jared was that 11 year old from Georgia who read Shakespeare to the chickens. After the show, he sold left over Bonanza necklaces on Ebay. He was also known for making quirky catchphrases, like "Holy banana bread!" Not much is available about where he is now, but he's hopefully still reading Shakespeare to chickens.
Laurel was a 12 year old from Massachusetts who was appointed to the first town council, re-elected and then eventually beaten by Michael in episode 10. She received a gold star for her leadership skills. Today, she seems to sing the national anthem at sporting events and other things like that.
Michael was a 14 year old from Seattle who turned 15 while on the show. He won a gold star in episode 2 for being rational and eventually replaced Laurel on the town council. In 2013, he did an AMA on Reddit and its definitely worth a read.
Mike was the 11 year old from Washington who took charge in the beginning. He was on the original town council, wore a cowboy hat and was, in general, a stand up little dude. He did theater and now it looks like he makes vines.
Sophia (no relation to Blaine) was the 14 year old from Florida who kept everyone's shit together. She won a gold star in episode 1, as well as one of the final $50,000 gold stars in the finale. She ran the kitchen and eventually became the town sheriff. She also stood up to Greg a lot. She now goes to Smith College and, according to Michael's AMA, the only tolerable one.
Perhaps the most well remembered member of Bonanza City was 10 year old Taylor from Georgia. An original council member, she was quickly replaced. She was known for being lazy, defiant and her catchphrase "Deal with it!". She famously said that ugly chickens deserved to die, which she later claimed producers told her to say. Nowadays, she's still in beauty pageants and is the only Kids Nation alum with her own Wikipedia page.
Composer Robert Lopez won his first Academy Award Sunday night, making him just the 12th person to have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony.
This was the first Oscar bid for Lopez. He and his wife Kristen Anderson-Lopez triumphed in the Best Original Song category for "Let It Go" from the Disney animated hit "Frozen." They defeated tunes from "Despicable Me 2,""Her," and "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom."
His first major award was a 2004 Tony for Best Original Score of "Avenue Q." He also earned two more Tonys for "The Book of Mormon" in 2011 for Best Original Score and Best Book of a Musical.
That latter musical created by "South Park" veterans Trey Parker and Matt Stone brought Lopez a Grammy in 2012 for Best Musical Theater Album.
And he picked up Daytime Emmys in 2008 and 2010 for his music direction and composition of "The Wonder Pets."
In order of achievement, the other 11 EGOT members are: composer Richard Rodgers (1962), actress Helen Hayes (1977), actress Rita Moreno (1977), actor John Gielgud (1991), actress Audrey Hepburn (1994), composer Marvin Hamlisch (1995), orchestrator Jonathan Tunick (1997), actor/writer/composer Mel Brooks (2001), comedian/director Mike Nichols (2001), actress Whoopi Goldberg (2002), and producer Scott Rudin (2012).
At age 39, Lopez is now the youngest EGOT winner by several years. The previous record-holder was Moreno, who won her Emmy Award at age 45 to complete the grand slam.
Three people have received honorary awards but are not considered to be part of the EGOT club as they didn't win them in competition: Barbra Streisand has a honorary Tony from 1970. Liza Minnelli received a Grammy legend award in 1990, and James Earl Jones received an honorary Oscar in 2011.
Besides Jones, there are 13 other living performers who have achieved Emmy/Grammy/Tony wins and only need an Oscar to reach EGOT status. They are: actor/singer Harry Belafonte, composer Martin Charnin, writer Anne Garefino, composer John Kander, singer/songwriter Cyndi Lauper, composer John McDaniel, actress Cynthia Nixon, Parker and Stone, composer Marc Shaiman, composer Charles Strouse, actress Lily Tomlin, and actor Dick Van Dyke.
"What I've learned for myself is that I don't have to be anybody else and that myself is good enough," she told reporters. "When I'm being true to myself, I can avail myself to such extraordinary things -- such as this!" Still clearly waiting for her win to sink in, the charming actress credited her parents for being her inspiration in keeping her grounded and focused on the work.
When the Academy announced the official list of presenters for the 2014 Oscars, Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield was on the list. A little over a week ago, Entertainment Weekly made a huge deal about an exclusive interview with Oscar Producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan.
In the interview, EW quoted Meron as saying, “Andrew Garfield is going to be part of what we hope is a very moving moment in the show, which will illustrate the theme of how movies have inspired. He is going to induct a new superhero into the fraternity of superheroes.”
Since the induction was played up like it was going to be one of the most memorable moments of the Oscars, this quote got picked up by a number of other news sites including Comicbook.com, TheWire, and Digital Spy.
However, during the actual Oscars, Andrew Garfield didn’t appear as a presenter at all. Chris Evans introduced the movie heroes segment of the Oscars. We’re assuming that Evans was subbing for Garfield, since Evans wasn’t on the original presenters list.
The heroes segment included movie clips from several superhero movies, but no new superhero was inducted into the fraternity of superheroes. Several fans have been turning to social media asking why Garfield and the superhero induction segment did not appear on the show, but no answers have yet been provided.
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Pink had a memorable Oscar debut, paying tribute to the 75th anniversary of "The Wizard of Oz."
The singer took the Academy Awards stage Sunday following an introduction from Whoopi Goldberg to perform one of Judy Garland's most memorable songs, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," from the 1939 Oscar-winning film.
Dressed in a wine-red sparkling floor-length, long-sleeved dress, Pink -- who made headlines at the GRAMMYs for showing off her acrobatic skills -- performed a rousing rendition of the classic. Matthew McConaughey and Pharrell Williams were the notable stars giving her a standing ovation following the spine-tingling performance. Afterwards, host Ellen DeGeneres approached the stage wearing a Glinda the Good Witch costume.
Garland's three children -- Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft and Joey Luft -- all reunited at the 86th Academy Awards to celebrate their mother and the iconic film.
Goldberg introduced the tribute, connecting the film to the Oscars' heroes theme, saying that they don't always wear capes, but sometimes they wear ruby slippers, lifting up her dress to reveal that she was wearing a pair of ruby shoes -- a reference to the movie. Goldberg also introduced Garland's three children.
"Now in 1939, moviegoers first fell in love with a girl named Dorothy who longed for a life different from her own and in one of the most beloved cinematic magic journeys of all time, and with the help of some very memorable friends -- a tin man, a lion and a scarecrow -- Dorothy got her wish. Now that year, the incredible Judy Garland, one of my personal heroes, received an honorary juvenile Oscar after following the yellow brick road right into our hearts."
Minnelli made a striking appearance on the Oscars red carpet, showing off bright blue highlights to match her cobalt blue dress. She has also been a part of a couple of bits with DeGeneres, with the comedian even referring to her as a male impersonator, saying "well done, sir."
The Hollywood Reporter previously revealed exclusively that Garland's kids would reunite for the tribute. "The Wizard of Oz" received six Oscar nominations in 1939, including one for best picture, and won Academy Awards for original score and song.
Goldberg then introduced Pink to perform the film's signature song, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," which the artist, otherwise known as Alecia Moore, sang while wearing a ruby-slipper-like red sparkly gown.
On Feb. 21, Pink was added to the list of bold-faced names making appearances at the live telecast. Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron gave hints to the singer's Academy Awards debut, saying at the time "we are thrilled to have her join us for a highly anticipated moment on the broadcast.”
Pink is a three-time GRAMMY and six-time MTV Video Music Awards winner. She was named Billboard's Woman of the Year in 2013 and has sold more than 40 million albums and 65 million singles. She also starred in 2013's "Thanks for Sharing" opposite Mark Ruffalo and Gwyneth Paltrow.
The Oscars are held at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center.
Later, when Kimmel's lead guest Kevin Spacey appeared on the couch, the late-night host thanked the two-time Oscar winner for sharing a dressing room with Ford. "Well, he threw up all over it," Spacey joked.
Sure, "American Hustle" was the 15th film ever to reap acting bids across all four categories. But it lost all those races at Sunday's Oscars, as well as six more.
That brought its total losses to 10. And its wins? A big fat ZERO.
While that is a dubious achievement, it is not one for the record books. Both "The Turning Point" (1977) and "The Color Purple" (1985) went 0 for 11.
David O. Russell lost both his bids -- for director and original screenplay. And his cast, leads Christian Bale and Amy Adams as well as featured players Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, all stayed in their seats.
Of the 14 films to contend across the board for acting, all but two won at least one of these races. The exceptions: "My Man Godfrey" (1936) and "Sunset Boulevard" (1950). Like "Hustle,""My Man Godfrey" lost all six of its Oscar races; "Sunset" won three of its 11 bids: Story & Screenplay, Dramatic/Comedy Score and Art Direction (B&W).
So, just what was better than "American Hustle" in each race?
Best Picture: "12 Years a Slave"
Best Director: Alfonso Cuaron, "Gravity"
Best Actor: Matthew McConaughey, "Dallas Buyers Club"
Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, "Blue Jasmine"
Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto, "Dallas Buyers Club"
Best Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong'o, "12 Years a Slave"
Best Original Screenplay, "Her"
Best Editing: "Gravity"
Best Costume Design: "The Great Gatsby"
Best Production Design: "The Great Gatsby"
EW is inside the Academy’s official Oscar after-party, the Governors Ball. Keep checking back here for updates on all the A-list celebrating and schmoozing.
++ Bellying up to the bar to get a drink, 12 Years a Slave Best Supporting Actor nominee Michael Fassbender says he wasn’t surprised by the evening’s outcome.“In fact, tonight went exactly as I thought it would,” he says. “I should have been a bookie. I could have won some money. I haven’t congratulated Lupita yet. I was out taking a pee break so I missed her acceptance speech. But she doesn’t need me. She’s so happy already.”
++ Oscars co-producer Neil Meron explains the decision not to play any winners off the stage this year: “We went for the emotion.”
++ Pixar and Disney exec John Lasseter spotted carrying a pizza box into the party. He says that they haven’t yet started on the sequel for Frozen but they are hard at work on the musical adaptation.
++ At the Warner Bros. table, there is much celebrating over the 7 wins for Gravity. “I’m a little all over the place,” says the film’s Oscar-winning cinematographer, Emmanuel Lubezki. “I’m kind of numb. The adrenaline and the fear—all of it. Plus, I have to leave here soon. I’m shooting a tiny movie in the desert with Ewan McGregor. After us all being in space, we want to be back on land.”
++ The center of gravity shifts from Gravity to 12 Years a Slave as soon as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie enter the room. Cameras are everywhere. Fans are swarming. The attention is intense. Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley and Pitt pose for photos but Jolie keeps her back to the camera.
++ Oscars co-producer Craig Zadan says he’s operating on two hours of sleep.
McConaughey and his wife wait patiently for his Oscar to be engraved but not before he takes a photo of the plaque! pic.twitter.com/YV61GsAzz6— Nicole Sperling (@nicsperling) March 3, 2014
++ Matthew McConaughey stops to get his Best Actor award engraved, while John Legend performs “Dancing in the Dark” live for the partygoers. Swarmed by well wishers, McConaughey is asked if he had worked out his acceptance speech ahead of time. “Nah, not really,” he says, then grabs his mother and takes off to the next party.
++ Lupita Nyong’o spotted sitting with her Best Supporting Actress Oscar and grabbing a quiet bite while checking her phone.
++ Cate Blanchett clutches three little chocolate Oscars in one hand and the big gold one in the other while Bette Milder lavishes her with paise. She poses for photos with Sally Hawkins, and the whole Sony team gathers around her for a celebratory photo. “I can’t even remember what I said,” she says of her acceptance speech.
A sea of Oscar statuettes filled the Governor's Ball on Sunday night as winners chatted, ate and celebrated with the film industry's elite at the official Academy Awards party.
Winners also got their statuettes engraved with their names on the first stop in a string of parties on Hollywood's biggest night.
The Governor's Ball, decked out with walls of curtains made from florals giving the effect of a midnight garden celebration, is hosted by the Oscars organizers.
Singer John Legend provided the entertainment, singing hits including "Ordinary People," while guests ate a gourmet meal by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck.
An excited John Ridley, winner of best adapted screenplay for "12 Years a Slave," entered the party clutching his Oscar, which he said was "overwhelming and humbling."
"It's heavy, but heavy with the weight of a career and responsibility and history. It's a weight I never thought I would have in my hands," he said.
Ridley celebrated with the cast including Michael Fassbender and Benedict Cumberbatch and producers of the film, which also took home best supporting actress for Lupita Nyong'o and the night's top prize for best picture.
Rising Kenyan star Nyong'o has been the toast of Hollywood this awards season and celebrated her win with her brother and mother Dorothy, who said she was "so happy" for her daughter.
Jonah Hill, accompanied by his mother, shared jokes with Julia Roberts, while Kate Hudson, clad in a cream Versace gown, chatted to Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Leonardo DiCaprio, whose "The Wolf of Wall Street" came away empty-handed at the Oscars, did a quick few rounds of the room before making a swift exit.
June Squibb, who was nominated for a best supporting actress Oscar but lost out to Nyong'o, said she was just happy to be at the glitzy show and after party.
"I love every minute of it, I loved sitting there and just feeling like I'm part of it," she said.
Bette Midler, who performed for the first time in her decades-long career at the Academy Awards, said she had fun during her performances and was left a little emotional by it.
Mads Mikkelsen, who was nominated for best foreign film for "The Hunt" but lost out to Italy's "The Great Beauty," was in high spirits, saying "we're here to celebrate the winners and drink beers for the losers."
Steven Price, who won best original score for "Gravity," which took home a leading seven Academy Awards, said getting his Oscar engraved "was one of the most amazing things tonight."
"No one had any idea that the film would connect. We were never sure that a story about a 50-year-old woman in space with very little dialogue would be something that people would go see," Price said.
Elsewhere, pop star Lady Gaga, actress Naomi Watts and Robert De Niro were among the celebrities at the annual Vanity Fair party, while Britney Spears, Kim Kardashian and Heidi Klum turned out for Elton John's Hollywood Oscar event.
Jared Leto Photobombs Anne Hathaway at Vanity Fair Oscars Party 2014
Jared Leto jumps into the background of Anne Hathaway‘s red carpet pic, making quite the hilarious photobomb, at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Graydon Carter held after the 2014 Oscars on Sunday night (March 2) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 31-year-old actress eventually figured out what was happening behind her and gave Jared a hug!
Jared had a lot to celebrate that night – he won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his work as Rayon in Dallas Buyers Club. Congrats, Jared!
FYI: Anne is wearing a custom Viktor & Rolf dress, Neil Lane jewels, Charlotte Olympia shoes, and a Roger Vivier clutch.
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Lupita Nyong'o: Dress Switch for Vanity Fair Oscars Party 2014
Lupita Nyong’o holds up her Oscar statuette at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Graydon Carter held after the 2014 Oscars on Sunday night (March 2) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 31-year-old actress wore a Miu Miu sea foam green iridescent silk belted gown enhanced with green beaded fringe along the neckline, inspired by the brand’s Spring Summer 2014 collection. She complemented the look with matching silk peep-toe sandals and satin hard case clutch by Prada.
Earlier in the evening, Lupita won the Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for her work in the movie 12 Years a Slave.
Jennifer Lawrence Tries to Steal Lupita Nyong'o's Oscar Backstage
Jennifer Lawrence jokingly tries to grab Lupita Nyong’o‘s Oscar trophy from her while backstage together at the 2014 Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday (March 2) in Hollywood.
The 31-year-old 12 Years a Slave actress beat Jennifer, 23, for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role award, one of the few that were a tossup going into the show.
Lupita was seen backstage sharing some sweet moments with her family following her big win. See the adorable photos below!
There's a lady looking an awful lot like JK Rowling balancing on an excercise ball [? what is that thing? i don't know sports @ (0:30)]. There's young entrepreneur - sb.tv founder Jamal Edwards. There's BBC Radio 1 dj Nick Grimshaw. And on a more ~sporty~ topic, there's Sporty Spice Mel C and a couple of Olympians. (Olympic gold & silver winning cyclist Victoria Pendleton, Olympic bronze & silver-medallist Louis Smith)
And Louie Spence. I'm sure i missed some people
Leigh-Anne doing some push-ups
Olympian Louis Smith &
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The album, the British band’s sixth, will arrive May 19 via Parlophone/Atlantic Records. Fans who pre-order “Ghost Stories” will receive an instant download of the new single, which can be streamed at youtube.com/coldplay.
News of Coldplay’s new album release comes a week after the outfit dropped the atmospheric track “Midnight" -- and its trippy clip.
“Magic,” like “Midnight,” is a more introspective production which veers well away from the radio-geared, stadium-rock works which helped make Coldplay a household name.
“Ghost Stories” is the Chris Martin-fronted group’s first album since 2011's "Mylo Xyloto." In August of last year, the band released "Atlas" from the soundtrack of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire."
A deluxe edition of the “Ghost Stories” CD, featuring three bonus tracks, is available exclusively from Target at target.com/coldplay.
Coldplay will support the album with a headline slot on the opening night of the inaugural US iTunes Festival at SXSW on March 11. The performance will be streamed live and on-demand worldwide for free via the iTunes Store.
Track-Listing for "Ghost Stories":
1. Always In My Head
4. True Love
6. Another's Arms
8. A Sky Full Of Stars
I mean... I like it a lot better than "Midnight"...
Liam Hemsworth suits up to attend the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Graydon Carter held during the 2014 Oscars on Sunday night (March 2) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 24-year-old actor joined his older brothers Luke and Chris Hemsworth to attend the party that evening.
Liam and Chris are featured in a new spoof video that aired on the Jimmy Kimmel Live special that night! The clip is a trailer for a feature film adaptation of the popular viral video “Charlie Bit My Finger” that they call Bitman Begins. So funny!
FYI: Liam is wearing Dolce&Gabbana. Chris is wearing a David August tuxedo and shirt, Fred Leighton studs/cuff links, and a Mont Blanc watch.
Last year, she scored the best supporting actress Oscar for her role in Les Misérables.
And Anne Hathaway made her triumphant return to Hollywood's Dolby Theater Sunday in a black Gucci halter gown featuring a dazzling disco bodice.
The 31-year-old actress displayed her toned arms and back in the vampy dress, which she paired with a patent leather clutch and pumps.
The Don Jon star dutifully presented the statuette to Jared Leto for his heartbreaking role as the vulnerable yet flamboyant transgender character Rayon in Dallas Buyer's Club.
Anne recently ditched her stylist of a decade - Rachel Zoe - in favour of Penny Lovell - according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Lovell also provides red carpet looks for Rose Byrne, Taylor Schilling, Bella Heathcote, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Not seen Sunday was Hathaway's husband, producer Adam Shulman, whom she tied the knot with in 2012.
The Rachel Getting Married star will soon begin shooting Nancy Meyers' The Intern alongside Robert De Niro, after replacing Reese Witherspoon. The brunette beauty will reprise her voiceover role as Jewel the parrot in the animated sequel Rio 2 coming out April 11.
Anne head butts director and star Dan Fogler in the comedy Don Peyote - due out May - alongside Josh Duhamel and Topher Grace. And the Princess Diaries actress reunited with her Dark Knight Rises director Christopher Nolan for the sci-fi epic Interstellar - due out November 7.
The IMAX flick - shot in Iceland, Canada, and LA - also stars Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain, Matt Damon, John Lithgow, and Ellen Burstyn
Jared Leto photobombs
Photobombing Jessica Biel
Best Picture Of The Night: My Two Faves
She looked stunning. REALLY STUNNING. Praise the new stylist work. Oscars Seasons '14, here she comes!
Jennifer Lawrence is a metallic goddess at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Graydon Carter held during the 2014 Oscars on Sunday night (March 2) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 23-year-old actress was nominated that evening at the Oscars in the Best Supporting Actress category, but lost out to Lupita Nyong’o.
FYI: Jennifer is wearing Tom Ford.
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A provocative street art statue depicting the famous golden Academy Awards icon shooting heroin into its arm was stirring up some controversy as Hollywood stars prepared to walk down the red carpet at tinsel town’s biggest event.
The 8-foot statue, inspired by actor Philip Seymour Hoffman’s tragic overdose last month, was installed on LA’s Hollywood Boulevard on Friday, not far from where the 86th annual Academy Awards were taking
“Hard drugs are still seen as a taboo subject, with people using in the privacy of their own home or hotel room and afraid of the consequences if the world finds out about their addiction,” the artist Plastic Jesus said in a statement. “My piece is intended to say ‘let’s be aware of the issue, remove the stigma enable people to get help and support’.”
An inscription on the bottom of the statue reads “Hollywood’s best kept secret,” and the L.A.-based British street artist says at one point he had to shift the piece after he suspected Academy Award people of trying to move it.
It has since been removed:
@TheLAScene I had a guy there, said someone who looked like they were from the academy tried to remove it. Its back safe in the studio— Plastic Jesus (@plasticjesusart) February 28, 2014
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"Crazy Elevator Selfie"
I love her dress :)
With his wife
With Charlize Theron
With her brother Peter
I really love this dress
Aww! With her 'girl crush'
Charlize looks HOTTT
With his mum Adele
With Jared Leto
With Tyler Perry
With Leonardo DiCaprio
Ewww! Eli Roth
Anthony Kataga, Jeremy Kleiner, Dede Gardner, Steve McQueen & Brad Pitt
With Matthew McConaughey
With her father Peter Anyang'Nyong'o
With Cheryl Boone Isaacs & Spike Lee
I'm so happy for Lupita & Steve :D
I wish Michael was there when Lupita got her Oscar!
I cut some Lupita & Michael photos, is this alright now?
Vanity Fair is known for its indelible portraits of the world’s most interesting people, shot by the world’s most talented photographers. It’s also known for its annual Oscar Party—awards season’s most anticipated social gathering.
This year, V.F. is partnering with Instagram to combine those two traditions in a single project. In a custom-built studio adjoining the Vanity Fair Oscar Party space, contributing photographer Mark Seliger will shoot portraits of guests all night long.
"We're aiming to capture a little of the glamour of Oscar night in a timeless yet modern and accessible way," Seliger said about the project.
Paul Rudd and Adam Scott
Mindy Kaling & BJ Novak
Leslie Mann and Judd Apatow
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo
Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt
Lady Gaga and Donatella Versace
Portia & Ellen
Samuel L. Jackson
Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson