Patricia Arquette

George Clooney, A-Listers  Read Mean Tweets to Salute Oscars (watch!) 2

George Clooney, A-Listers Read Mean Tweets to Salute Oscars (watch!)

George Clooney, Jessica Chastain and Sean Penn were among Hollywood A-listers who saluted the Oscars last night by reading some of their mean Tweets on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Is Penn really a butthole with a penis nose and scrotum face? Christoph Waltz, Patricia Arquette, Jessica Chastain, Eddie Redmayne, Susan Sarandon, Kevin Costner, Emily Blunt, Zach Galifianakis, Kevin Hart, Richard Dreyfuss, Cate Blanchett, Seth Rogen, Oscar Isaac, Taraji P. Henson and Sean Penn all pitched in. ...
Patricia Arquette Signals New Era of Hollywood Activism at Oscars (watch!) 4

Patricia Arquette Signals New Era of Hollywood Activism at Oscars (watch!)

Patricia Arquette used her Best Supporting Actress Oscar speech to make an impassioned plea for equal pay for women, marking a new era in Hollywood political activism not seen since before the Red Scare of the 1950s. Arquette, 46, drew rousing applause from the audience and caused some celebrities to stand in appreciation. From Miley Cyrus’s “Free the Nipple Campaign” to George Clooney advocating on behalf of Darfur, celebrities have used their star power to publicize pet causes....
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Kristen Stewart Snubbed by Screen Actors Guild, Despite Sony Hype

Kristen Stewart was aced out of a nomination for a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) film award for her role in “Still Alice,” raising questions about the wisdom of a Sony honcho who vowed to campaign for the “Twilight” actress to win an Oscar. Michael Barker, co-chief executive of Sony Pictures Classic, said in October that Stewart’s work in the picture is her best. Instead, nominations went to Patricia Arquette for her role as Olivia in “Boyhood,” Keira Knightley for her role as Joan Clarke in “The Imitation Game,” and Emma Stone who played Sam in the Searchlight film “Birdman.” Also nominated were Meryl Streep for her role as the witch in Disney’s “Into the Woods” and Naomi Watts for her role as Daka in “St. Vincent.”...
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