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While the Easter bunny is generally well-regarded for its fluffy belly, alert ears and too-cute buck teeth, some humans just aren't so fond of the creature. We're talking about young kiddos who -- when faced with the giant creature every Easter holiday -- erupt into a fountain of tears, traumatic screams and eyes bulging out of their sockets.
It's almost as if adults just want a little entertainment for the day. So, come Easter, they encourage a little PTSD by way of bunny rabbit.
Maybe you’re throwing a big party, or maybe Mardi Gras is just your excuse to feast on the amazing cuisine of New Orleans -- either way, you better get it right. Break out the spices and let’s get cooking!
There weren't a whole lot of surprises at the 83rd Academy Awards -- as expected, "The King's Speech" took the big prize as Best Picture. The film about King George VI overcoming his stutter also garnered a Best Actor statue for Colin Firth and a Best Director win for Tom Hooper.
"King"'s four statuettes tied "Inception," which also nabbed four awards in technical categories, for the most Oscars.
Oscar favorite Natalie Portman also took home the Best Actress statuette for her role in "Black Swan," and Melissa Leo and Christian Bale of "The Fighter" cleaned up in the supporting role categories.
While the press always thinks they know who the Academy Award winners will be, an underdog or two usually manages to snatch a statuette away from the favorite. Just last year, little-seen indie film "The Hurt Locker" upset James Cameron's blockbuster "Avatar" for Best Film.
In 2002, 29-year-old Adrien Brody upset Oscar perennials Jack Nicholson and Daniel Day-Lewis to win Best Actor. Marisa Tomei's win in 1992 was so unexpected, a rumor spread that presenter Jack Palance announced the wrong name.
Who will be the biggest surprise winner this year? Here are five of the biggest underdogs in their categories. Any one of has the potential to make Oscar upset history on February 28th.
How do you get to the Academy Awards ceremony? Practice, practice, practice. Before the acting nominees reach the A-list of the film industry, they have to pay their dues by taking any role they can get.
There are a number of younger actors nominated this year. With their careers still budding, fans should be able to remember back to their first film roles. However, many are so surprising that most people never knew or have completely forgotten the A-listers were in them.
Below are five actors who are nominated for serious roles this year, but began their careers in seriously goofy films.
Ever since Bob Hope hosted the 12th Academy Awards ceremony in 1940, comedians tend to host the show each year. However, in an effort to appeal to younger viewers, this year the Academy has booked actors James Franco and Anne Hathaway.
Franco's dramatic portrayal of a mountain climber in "127 Hours" earned him a nomination for Best Actor this year. Two years ago, Hathaway was nominated for her difficult role in "Rachel Getting Married." However, both have proven during their careers that they have comedy chops in addition to their acting skills and dashing looks.
The following videos are pulled from Franco and Hathaway's funniest acting roles.
George Clooney is shooting a film in Cincinnati and some of locals have decided to make him feel right at home.
Artists at Studio Vertu, which is across the street from where Clooney is filming 'The Ides of March," have put up a 4-foot-by-10-foot mural depicting Clooney as Adam in Michelangelo's famous Sistine Chapel painting "The Creation of Adam."
They have titled their work "Gods Gift to Women."
In the original painting Adam was fully nude and fully exposed, however in the Clooney version they have kept it clean by cropping out the naughty parts. Read on to see the artists explain their unusual work.
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