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Babel and Dreamgirls Win Big At Golden Globe Awards – Cars – The Queen – Borat – The Departed Take Awards - Sacha Cohen Wins

Babel and Dreamgirls Win Big At Golden Globe Awards – Cars – The Queen – Borat – The Departed Take Awards - Sacha Cohen Wins

Pitt in Babel

The movie “Babel” came out a winner at the Golden Globes Monday night. The film stars Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett, as an American couple on vacation in the Morrocan desert when tragedy strikes. The holiday is shattered when Pitt’s wife is shot. “Babel” beat out “Bobby”, “The Departed”, “Little Children” and “The Queen”.

Helen Mirren and Forrest Whitaker won best Performance by an Actress and Actor. Mirren stars in “The Queen”, a tale about Queen Elizabeth after the death of Lady Dianna Spencer. Whitaker stars in “The Last King of Scotland”. Whitaker plays the brutal Ugandan dictator Idi Amin. The story takes place as seen by his personal physician during the 1970s. He beat-out Will Smith in the “Pursuit of Happyness”.

Barbara Walters Sticks-Up For Rosie O’Donnell Against Donald Trump on The View – Calls Apprentice Star Pathetic

Barbara Walters Sticks-Up For Rosie O’Donnell Against Donald Trump on The View – Calls Apprentice Star Pathetic

Walters on "The View"

No one on the View mentioned Donald Trump by name, but the audience knew who they were talking about. Tuesday there were reports that Rosie O'Donnell screamed at Barbara Walters for not defending her against Donald Trump. Wednesday Barbara Walters stuck up for her co-host.

Rosie O’Donnell said "Well, he's at it again." She was referring to a letter that said Walters indicated that working with O'Donnell on ABC's "The View" is like "living in hell." This is what Trump said Walters told him.

Barbara Walters said under her breathe, “That poor, pathetic man”. The audience cheered with approval. O’Donnell jumped up and high-fived Walters and her co-hosts Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck. "You know, he just can't -- he just can't let go, but we're moving on," Walters said.

Joseph Barbera Dies at 95 – Teamed With William Hanna To Produce Flinstones Scooby Doo and The Jetsons

Joseph Barbera Dies at 95 – Teamed With William Hanna To Produce Flinstones Scooby Doo and The Jetsons

Scooby Doo

Joe Barbera died Monday of natural causes at his home in Studio City near Los Angeles California. His wife Sheila was by his side. Barbera worked on cartoons such as Cubby Bear, Rainbow Parades, and The Flinstones and also co produced Tom and Jerry.

Early in his career Joe Barbera worked on cartoons for Van Beuren Studios. After the studio closed down in 1936 he was hired in 1937 by the MGM cartoon factory. The same year another animator named Bill Hanna was hired on at MGM.

The following year he teamed up with William Hanna to direct theatrical short cartoons. Barbera was the storyboard/layout artist, and Hanna was in charge of the timing. Their first venture was Puss Gets the Boot (1940), the first Tom and Jerry film, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best (Cartoon) Short Subject.

Day Break and Show Me The Money Cancelled By ABC - Replacement Shows According To Jim and George Lopez Will Air Wednsdays Lost

Day Break and Show Me The Money Cancelled By ABC - Replacement Shows According To Jim and George Lopez Will Air Wednsdays Lost

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The ABC television network says they are going to yank their two mid-season replacement shows, ''Day Break'' and ''Show Me the Money.'' The shows replaced “Lost” and other Wednesday night programming until the regular shows return early next year.

Taye Diggs stared in the mystery/thriller “Day Break” which only lasted six episodes. Taye played a Los Angeles police detective that relived the same day over and over. The plot is reminiscent of the movie “Ground Hog Day”.

Angelina Jolie interview on ABC’s Good Morning America show – Kissing Brad Pitt’s Best Friend Matt Damon and on Adopting again

Angelina Jolie interview on ABC’s Good Morning America show – Kissing Brad Pitt’s Best Friend Matt Damon and on Adopting again

Angelina Jolie and Matt Damon in a scene from movie "Good Shepherd"

This week on ABC’s Good Morning America, Diane Sawyer, interviewed Angelina Jolie about adopting children, and her role in the movie “Good Shepherd”. Jolie kisses her co-star Matt Damon, who is also good friends with Brad Pitt.

Sawyer asks Jolie what is the differences between kissing Matt Damon and kissing Brad Pitt?

Jolie answered saying, "You know, one's a friend, and one's my love."

Sawyer asked Matt Damon how he liked kissing his best friends wife. Sawyer asks Damon, “How do you do a love scene with the girlfriend of your good friend, especially if they're Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt?”

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