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Sunday, May 19, 2019

The Academy Awards biggest winner was "The Artist" with five Oscars including: Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor, followed  by the movie "Hugo" which also won five Academy Awards. Christopher Plummer made history becoming the oldest recipient ever to win an Oscar at the age of 82 for his performance in "The Beginners," and Meryl Streep received her 3rd Academy Award after 17 nominations for her role in "The Iron Lady." Octavia Spencer won Best Supporting Actress for her performance in "The Help." 


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George Clooney was one of the big winners achieving the coveted award for best actor for his role as the beleaguered father in the Golden Globe best picture drama "The Descendants."  Meryl Streep won for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in The "Iron Lady" and Michelle Williams won best actress for a comedy or musical for her role as Monroe in "My Week With Marylin."   The French silent movie "The Artist" also was a big winner with three Golden Globes Awards including best picture comedy or musical, best score for Ludovic Bource and best actor in a comedy or musical for the lead role played by French actor Jean Dujardin. Martin Scorsese won as best director for his acclaimed movie "Hugo, while the Iranian movie "The Separation" received the Golden Globe Award for best foreign film. In the television category, "Homeland" won two awards: best TV series and best actress in a TV drama series played by Claire Dane. "Modern Family" received the award for best TV series comedy and "Downtown Abby" for best TV movie or miniseries.


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The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards winners were announced by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association on Sunday January 15, 2012 on NBC hosted by British comedian Ricky Gervais.  The full list of winners and nominees are as follows:

West Side Story is an American musical with a script by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. It is an adaptation of William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet.


Set in New York City in the mid-1950s, the musical explores the rivalry between the Jets and the Sharks, two teenage street gangs of different ethnic backgrounds. The members of the Sharks from Puerto Rico are taunted by the Jets, a white working-class group. The young protagonist, Tony, one of the Jets, falls in love with Maria, the sister of Bernardo, the leader of the Sharks. The dark theme, sophisticated music, extended dance scenes, and focus on social problems marked a turning point in American musical theatre.

The captain of the boat from which Natalie Wood vanished has told the Today show that actor Robert Wagner was "responsible" for her death.  Homicide detectives have re-opened their investigation of Natalie Wood's death nearly 30 years after the actress drowned in the waters off Southern California in one of Hollywood's most enduring mysteries.


The renewed look at Wood's Nov. 29, 1981, death was prompted by new information detectives received about the case, Los Angeles County sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said Thursday.

A couple went to Las Vegas for their honeymoon, and checked into a suite at a hotel. When they got to their room they both detected a bad odor. The husband called down to the front desk and asked to speak to the manager.


He explained that the room smelled very bad and they would like another suite. The manager apologized and told the man that they were all booked because of a convention. He offered to send them to a restaurant of their choice for lunch compliments of the hotel and said he was going to send a maid up to their room to clean and to try and get rid of the odor.