During the evening, a few of the kids occasionally ducked outside for cigarettes, including Elisabeth Moss, who'd come with her mom. Asked what she'd be wearing to the Globes, the Mad Men star, looking vintage va-va-va-voom in a formfitting white Cushnie et Ochs dress, said, "Oh, I won't be going to the Globes this year—we weren't eligible because we skipped a season." Instead, the actress will be packing for her upcoming five-month stint in New Zealand, where she'll be making a film with director Jane Campion.
Had Moss hung around a few minutes later, she could have collected some travel tips from Flight of the Conchords' Bret McKenzie. In town to accept a Critics' Choice Award for his songwriting work on The Muppets, McKenzie compared notes with Rashida Jones, who plays a hard-nosed TV exec in the film. "I manhandled Kermit!" laughed the actress.
As the dinner plates were exchanged for tequila shots, Singer table-hopped to ensure all were enjoying themselves. Stopping at McKenzie's booth, she inquired if the music was too loud, to which the comedian replied, "No—it's perfect."
nonchalant obsession wrote:I went to see The Artist over the weekend and saw the trailer for Albert Nobbs. I think the song from that movie, "Lay your Head Down" is so beautiful. If it's used as effectively in the movie itself as it is in the trailer then it may be a serious contender for best song at the Oscars. http://youtu.be/RZEvA_dmHig Sinead has had a rough year so far though. I wonder if she would perform if the song is nominated? And oh man, I'll bet Elton John is itching for a win (and wouldn't we all love to see him perform?) though even if he snags the Oscar, Madonna can still say they're 'even' since her song was ineligable for this race and she took the GG. Don't you love a good catfight?
I want to get to all the movies nominated in the top categories this year. Has anyone seen any of the front runners?
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