Ben Stiller and Natalie Portman
Slumdog Millionaire swept. Kate Winslet finally got hers. Frost/Nixon got shut out. And on it goes. But, as we all know, there are much more to award shows than Oscar winners and losers. Here are our winners and losers from the 81st Academy Awards. Check them out and tell us yours!
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Lara Croft is going on another big-screen adventure — but Angelina Jolie isn't coming along.
Warner Bros. and producer Dan Lin are planning a reboot of the Tomb Raider film series originated by Jolie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The new franchise will revamp the Eidos video-game heroine, her mission and ...
Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight
On the one-year anniversary of his death, Heath Ledger earned a supporting actor Academy Award nomination for his role as The Joker in The Dark Knight.
Ledger's nod was among the most anticipated of Thursday's Oscar announcements. The best-picture nominees include The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which led with 13 total nominations, Slumdog Millionaire, Frost/Nixon, Milk and The Reader. (Check out the list of nominees here.)
Ledger, a previous lead-actor nominee for Brokeback Mountain, picked up the biggest nomination for The Dark Knight, which was shut out of the picture and director race despite momentum in recent weeks, including nominations from the three Guilds (Producers, Writers and Directors).
Competing against Ledger are
Brad Pitt, W Magazine cover
Jennifer Aniston may find Angelina Jolie's behavior "uncool," but Brad Pitt doesn't feel the same way about his ex for making that comment.
"Listen, man, Jen is a sweetheart," Pitt told the February issue of W magazine. "I think she got ...
Angelina Jolie in Changeling; Brad Pitt in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt can walk away with his-and-hers trophies at the Critics Choice Awards next month. The longtime lovers each scored acting nods for their respective films, Changeling and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, on Tuesday.
Up against Pitt for actor honors are Clint Eastwood (Gran Torino), Richard Jenkins (The Visitor), Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon), Sean Penn (Milk) and Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler).
Jolie will have her hands full with her beau's co-star, Cate Blanchett, Kate Beckinsale (Nothing But the Truth), Anne Hathaway (Rachel Getting Married), Melissa Leo (Frozen River) and Meryl Streep (Doubt).
Button, out Christmas Day, and Changeling are also two of the 10 nominees for Best Picture. The others are ...
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
Being parents to twins means double the joy and double the fun, but also double the trouble when it comes to breastfeeding for Angelina Jolie.
"It's very hard," the Changeling star said on British talk show GMTV. "You look in the books and there's this ...
Angelina Jolie has confirmed reports that she will replace Tom Cruise in the upcoming espionage thriller Edwin A. Salt.
The Mr. and Mrs. Smith star first took a shine to the role when Cruise dropped out. Once Jolie expressed interest ...
Angelina Jolie may seem ubiquitous now, but the actress hints that she may be retreating from her film career.
"I don't plan to keep acting very long," she tells the BBC. "I'm ready to do a few things now and fade away and get ready to be a grandma one day."
In a new video interview, Jolie says that she's more focused on her children than on her work. "I like being home a lot these days," she says.
Whether or not Jennifer Aniston labeling Angelina Jolie's past behavior in the new issue of Vogue as "uncool" is, well, cool itself, the actress doesn't see how else she could've responded to the interviewer's question.
"I basically just answered it as honestly as I could," Aniston said on The Oprah Winfrey Show, airing Thursday.
Getting candid for the first time since her split from Brad Pitt in 2005, the star, who returns to primetime in a 30 Rock guest spot Thursday night, voiced her discontent to Vogue about Jolie publicly timelining her blossoming relationship with Pitt while he was still married to Aniston.
In the same piece, the 39-year-old reserved kinder words for her ex-husband, and the same held true during her sit-down with Winfrey.
"He's done some ...
It's been almost three years since Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt split, and the Emmy-winning Friends actress has had very little to say publicly about her divorce or the "other woman" Brad fell for.
But now, Aniston is taking to the pages of Vogue magazine to break her silence on Angelina Jolie — and Jen's main wish is that Angelina had been as discreet with her own commentary in the press. In particular, Aniston points to Jolie's 2007 Vogue interview in which she reveals how the Brangelina romance blossomed on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith — while Pitt and Aniston were still married.
"There was stuff printed there that was definitely from a time when I was unaware that it was happening," Aniston said. "That stuff about how she couldn't wait to get to work every day? That was really uncool."
See what else Aniston had to say after the jump.