Said tourists then proceeded to "ooh" and "ahh" at the stars as Kimmel interviewed them somewhat condescendingly.
The whole bit was cringeworthy to watch because it made noncelebrities look like lowly plebeians—and celebrities look like deities that deserve to be worshiped.
The 2017 Oscars ceremony aired Sunday night (February 26), and it was glamorous, slightly political, and—let's face it—very boring at times.
(Sorry, but not even Jimmy Kimmel can get us excited about Best Sound Mixing.)But we don't regret watching the Oscars.
Swedish comedy hit “A Man Called Ove” has been selected by the Swedish Film Institute to compete for a foreign-language Oscar nomination.
Based on Fredrik Backman’s New York Times best-seller and directed by Hannes Holm, “A Man Called Ove” premiered in Sweden on Christmas Day and became Sweden’s third most successful domestic film, selling an outstanding 1.7 million admissions.
Other prominent directors include Bo Widerberg and Jan Troell, both who have had three of their films nominated.And JT dancing with his wife, Jessica Biel, was so sweet! When random tourists walked into the Oscars and gawked at the celebrities This was part of an ongoing joke.A group of tourists entered the Dolby Stadium (allegedly) not knowing the Oscars were happening inside, and they received one hell of a surprise.“They knew each other through mutual friends,” one insider says of the Brooklyn-based pair. ” PHOTOS: Michelle Williams on Broadway Indeed, the that her love of books was “consuming, or isolating, I guess.” She even admitted she had “walls in my apartment made of books." Adds the insider: “They’re two people in the same mind-set." Safran Foer, 38, who wrote , was previously married to fellow author Nicole Krauss, with whom he split in 2014. And Williams famously dated Jason Segel, Spike Jonze, and the late Heath Ledger.“I’m not surprised that Michelle is attracted to him. PHOTOS: Stars gone too soon The that she’s “so good at raising a kid” when she’s not working. I’ve got everything covered.” According to a second source, everything for Williams is coming full circle.14 films from Sweden have been nominated for the Academy Award: The Virgin Spring (1960), Through a Glass Darkly (1961), Raven's End (1964), Dear John (1965), Ådalen '31 (1969), The Emigrants (1971), The New Land (1972), Flight of the Eagle (1982), Fanny and Alexander (1983), The Ox (1991), All Things Fair (1995), Under the Sun (1999), Evil (2003) and As It Is in Heaven (2004).