In about eight months, Josh Hutcherson will undergo the Young Hollywood Actor equivalent of graduating high school, when his young-adult franchise, The Hunger Games, comes to a close in November with the release of Mockingjay, Part 2. At this moment, Hutcherson seems to be most focused on the social implications of the end of this chapter.
In updated “fast national” results from Nielsen for Sunday night, ABC’s telecast of the Academy Awards averaged 36.6 million viewers and a 10.8 rating in adults 18-49 — declines of 16% and 18% respectively from last year (43.7 million and 13.1). The total-viewer count is the event’s lowest in six years.
Suit by Armani, jokes by Bazooka Joe.
Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony got as many laughs as a Hollywood movie — but only if that movie was “American Sniper.” Social media users piled on the show’s proliferation of draggy gags and corny one-liners.
John Travolta being all creepy and what not with Idina Menzel at the 2015 Oscars.
Julianne Moore has revealed she was “very scared” of Madonna when the pair worked together on 1993 movie Body of Evidence.