It was, without a doubt, the most memorable - and surprising - performance of the evening at Sunday night's Oscars. Pop diva Lady Gaga brought down the house with a stunning medley of songs from "The Sound of Music", displaying an operatic range that left even her most knowledgeable fans stunned...and the star studded crowd at Los Angeles' Dolby Theater standing and cheering.
Mark Wahlberg is back. So is Seth MacFarlane. Mila Kunis is out and Amanda Seyfried is in. It's 'Ted 2', the second installment of the ribald adventures of the talking teddy and his best (grown-up) friend.
It stars one guy you never heard of and another you know from insurance commercials. It's director, Damien Chazelle, has only one other movie on his resume. It's 'Whiplash', and it just may take home the Oscar for 'Best Picture'
'American Sniper' had a record setting opening weekend at the box office, pulling in an amazing $105 million! The Clint Eastwood directed film also finds itself being praised in some quarters and criticized in others. But there's one scene for which the comments are nearly unanimous - and they're not good: the mechanical baby scene.
The movie, 'Selma', which chronicles Rev. Martin Luther King's campaign to secure voting rights for blacks via a march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in the spring of 1965, opened recently to both critical praise and criticism.
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