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The 17th Annual Hollywood Film Awards Gala Officially Kicked-Off the Awards Season Honoring the Year’s Best Talent With Series of Star-Studded Surprise Presenters

The race is on.  The Hollywood Film Awards gala ceremony lit up the night with a star-studded turnout at its 17 anniversary show on Monday night at the Beverly Hilton, in Beverly Hills.  The A-list event attracted Hollywood’s elite to honor excellence in the art of filmmaking, as well as creative talent within the global creative community. The evening was hosted by Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell.  A full list of the 2013 Hollywood Film Awards honorees is listed below.
Honorees recognized for their achievements at this year’s Hollywood Film Awards gala included:  Harrison FordJulia RobertsSandra BullockMatthew McConaugheyJared Leto, Coldplay, Lupita Nyong‘o, Julie DelpyEthan Hawke,Richard LinklaterJake GyllenhaalDan ScanlonMichael De LucaJohn Knoll,Steve McQueenJerry WeintraubLee DanielsMichael B. JordanSophie Nelisse,David OyelowoMichael WilkinsonJudy BeckerJuliette LewisChris Cooper,Margo MartindaleDermot MulroneyJulianne Nicholson, and Misty Upham.
Celebrity presenters for the evening included:  Jack BlackOctavia Spencer,Geoffrey RushRobert Downey Jr.Sean PennKanye WestAmy AdamsJeremy Renner, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Jane FondaForest WhitakerBrian HelgelandJennifer GarnerSean HayesRobert KazinskyViola DavisAngela Bassett and Olivia Munn among others.
Multiplatinum, multiple award-winning recording act Coldplay was honored with the Hollywood Song Award for the hit song “Atlas” from Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack.  The band’s Chris Martin gave a soaring solo performance of “Atlas,” in addition to accepting the award on behalf of Coldplay. The award was presented by 10-time Grammy winner Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds.
17th Annual Hollywood Film Awards is sponsored by the Dodge Brand, Samsung, Los Angeles Times, Hollywood Reporter and Variety.  Champagne courtesy of Moet & Chandon.
2013 HOLLYWOOD FILM AWARD HONOREES:
“Hollywood Career Achievement Award”Harrison Ford
“Hollywood Legend Award”Jerry Weintraub
“Hollywood Actor Award”Matthew McConaughey
“Hollywood Actress Award”Sandra Bullock
“Hollywood Supporting Actor Award”Jake Gyllenhaal
“Hollywood Supporting Actress Award” Julia Roberts
“Hollywood Breakout Performance Award”Jared Leto
“New Hollywood Award”Lupita Nyong‘o
“Hollywood Spotlight Award Presented By Dodge”Michael B. JordanSophie NelisseDavid Oyelowo
“Hollywood Breakout Director Award”Steve McQueen
Hollywood Director Award”Lee Daniels
“Hollywood Producers Award”Michael DeLuca
“Hollywood Screenwriter Award”Julie DelpyEthan Hawke and Richard Linklater
“Hollywood Visual Effects Award”John Knoll, “Pacific Rim
“Hollywood Animation Award” Dan Scanlon, “Monsters University”
“Hollywood Ensemble Acting Award”Cast of “August: Osage County” including Meryl Streep, Julia RobertsEwan McGregorAbigail BreslinChris CooperBenedict CumberbatchJuliette Lewis,Margo MartindaleDermot MulroneyJulianne NicholsonSam Shepard, andMisty Upham.
“Hollywood Song Award” Coldplay – “Atlas” from the film “Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”
“Hollywood Costume and Production Design Award”Michael WilkinsonJudy Becker
“Hollywood Movie Award” Star Trek Into Darkness


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Harrison Ford Lets Curse Slip on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Actor Harrison Ford got bleeped on TV on Wednesday as he let the ‘f’ word slip while talking about his experience on the baseball mound at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles on Monday.

The movie star tossed the ceremonial first pitch on the hallowed turf as part of the Dodgers’ tribute night to sporting hero Jackie Robinson. Ford, who stars as the club’s late general manager Branch Rickey in the new Robinson biopic 42, admits he was inundated with advice from friends after they learned he would be taking to the mound.

The Star Wars star’s effort wasn’t great – but he admits he refused to take heed of the advice he was offered, telling late-night chat show host Jimmy Kimmel, “I got a lot of conflicting advice from all kinds of people that pretended to know how you throw out the first ball.

“A lot of people said, ‘Don’t go to the mound because it’s kind of long… and you might…’ and I thought, ‘F**k that’.”

Realizing he had uttered a swear work on national TV, the actor paused and covered his mouth with his hand.

Ford then revealed he did practice in his back yard, adding, “We went 62-and-a-half feet in my back yard and my son, who is 12, caught and we talked about it a lot because I didn’t want to embarrass him; he’s a baseball player. And I’ve got a 47-year-old son, who pitched for USC and he told me what he thought I ought to do.”

Harrison Ford Says He Owes His Career to Restroom Incident

Veteran actor Harrison Ford has said he owes his movie career to a fortuitous restroom break at Columbia Pictures more than four decades ago.

The Indiana Jones star was leaving the building after a less-than stellar audition with a top casting director when he stopped to relieve himself, and he still believes what happened next was a stroke of luck that propelled his film fortunes.

As he left the restroom, he bumped into the director’s assistant.

He recalls, “I don’t think that assistant would have run that much farther to get me. But he found me, and I left Columbia that day with a seven-year contract… I’ve been lucky.”

Doctor Who Matt Smith Spike TV’s 2011 Scream Awards Arrivals

Matt Smith has scooped the Best Science Fiction Actor award for his role as the 11th Doctor in the 2011 Scream Awards.
Smith managed to fight off fierce competition from big Hollywood names including Daniel Craig (Cowboys & Aliens), Chris Evans (Captain America: The First Avenger), Harrison Ford (Cowboys & Aliens) and Jake Gyllenhaal (Source Code). No mean feat, especially considering it was an American awards show.
Karen Gillan was nominated for Best Science Fiction Actress, but lost out to Milla Jovovich for her turn in zombie stinker, Resident Evil: Afterlife.
Doctor Who was also up for Best TV Show, but Game of Thrones took it in the end.
Still, congrats to Matt Smith for taking home one!
Source:Doctor Who/BBC

Calista Flockhart: Marriage Has Improved Romance

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Calista Flockhart is glad she finally made her relationship with Harrision Ford official – because marriage has improved their romance.

The 46-year-old actress wed her partner of seven years in a simple ceremony in New Mexico in June (10).
And Flockhart admits she’s pleased they finally decided to tie the knot, because she now has less arguments with the Indiana Jonesstar.
She says, “It (marriage) made it (our relationship) better. Because now there’s no out. Well, there is, but it’s not one you want to entertain very often. (In an argument now) I just say, ‘Okay’. I don’t turn into a rabid pit bull so much any more.”
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Harrison Ford & Calista Flockhart Finally Got Married

According to a TMZ.COM exlcusive, “TMZ has learned Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart were married yesterday and Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico performed the ceremony. We got the tip from Lisa Stanley at K-Earth 101 in L.A. and just confirmed it ourselves. We’re told the couple was married in the Governor’s mansion in Santa Fe. Their marriage license was filed today in the County Clerk’s Office. Harrison and Calista have been together for almost 8 years, and got engaged over Valentine’s weekend in 2009. Harrison is filming “Cowboys and Aliens” in New Mexico right now.”