SAG Awards 2012 Red Carpet The Best And Worst Dressed

SAG Awards 2012 Red Carpet The Best And Worst Dressed: The Screen Actors Guild Awards were a pretty average (read: dull) affair, with no host to make everyone uneasy, no uncomfortable acceptance speeches (except those “Modern Family” kids) and no Michael Fassbender for George Clooney to make PG-13 rated jokes about.

There was slightly more excitement on the fashion front, where the women of the SAGs delivered looks that wowed, disappointed and maybe raised an eyebrow or two. Here’s a rundown of the 10 best and five worst looks from the SAG Awards red carpet. 10 Best & worst Dressed & Looks…

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Actor James Farentino Dies

Actor James Farentino Dies: James Farentino, a beautiful, darkly intense actor who also thanks to her vivid life in the spotlight madeCedarSinaiHospital after a long illness of heart failure on Monday, a family spokeswoman told the associated press was the 73 died.

In 1967, a “most promising newcomer” Golden Globe winner, Farentino 100 TV credits, his 1978 Emmy nominated mini-series Jesus of Nazareth St Peter (her favorite role is said) including onMelroseplace, racked up and offspring, bold ones on recurring role: lawyers and ER, George Clooney’s character as a different father.

Although this Tina Sinatra, Frank Sinatra, that earned him the unwanted attention and his career damaged singer’s daughter with his five-year, and close personal relationships between your on-four wives were actresses Elizabeth Ashley and Michelle Lee,.

In 1994, following a competition counting 24 Farentino crime, Tina Sinatra made his call to stay away from and violating a restraining order after being requested. “Sometimes they were the perfect couple,” a friend at the time of Farentino told people, “and other times there’s raging fights-screaming throwing things, yelling, name,  Continue Reading…

Golden Globe Winners 2012

Golden Globe Winners 2012: George Clooney was the big winner at Sunday night’s Golden Globes. He won best actor, motion picture drama, for his role as a man dealing with his wife’s coma in “The Descendants,” which was also named best drama of the year. “The Artist,” the throwback black and white silent film, nabbed the best musical or comedy award.

Of course, the Globes are tantamount to a T-Ball tournament where everyone wins a trophy. There is such a barrage of categories, that most movies and TV shows seem to walk away with something.

The 69th rendition from Beverly Hills, Ca., on NBC and hosted by Ricky Gervais, was pretty standard as wheezy, long-winded awards fests go. But there were some high points. The supremely graceful Sidney Poitier received a standing ovation as he paid tribute to Morgan “The Voice of God” Freeman, recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille award for career achievement. It was astonishing to recall all that Freeman has achieved as clips of Freeman’s career flashed before our eyes. Continue Reading…