The King's Speech Dominates Oscar Noms; Two Jets Drown Sorrows With Champagne
01.25.11 by REELZ
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As expected The King's Speech dominated this morning's Oscar nominations with 12, with Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, and Helena Bonham Carter each getting noms. The only real surprises on the list are Mark Ruffalo for The Kids are Alright and Jacki Weaver for Animal Kingdom, which earned just $1M at the U.S. box office. See the full list of Oscar nominees.
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Why wait until June 24 to see Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Transformers 3, when you can see more of her — a lot more — in the new Victoria's Secret campaign? The 23-year-old supermodel is dating 43-year-old action star Jason Statham, whose latest movie, The Mechanic, opens on Friday.
Fresh off their defeat in the AFC Championship Game, New York Jets stars Mark Sanchez and Braylon Edwards drowned their sorrows with champagne and tequila shots at Chelsea's Juliet Supper Club, with Sanchez making a pass at a hot Brazilian bartender and scoring her number.