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Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire (movie)

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  • 'Precious' star Gabby Sidibe: 'It's so scary to think about' the Oscars!

     
    When the BBC asked Gabourey Sidibe what she thought of all the Oscar buzz for "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire," she replied, "It's so scary to think about such a thing. I don't know if I'm an Oscar-worthy actress or I'm in an Oscar-worthy...
  • VIDEO SCOOP: Mariah Carey drank 'ugly juice' to de-glam for 'Precious'

     
    Unlike A-list "Precious" supporters Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry -- who both whisked by the press after posing for photographers -- Mariah Carey tried to answer reporters' questions about the stunning and controversial new film at Sunday's premiere for...
  • VIDEO: Oprah didn't recognize 'The View's' Sherri Shepherd in 'Precious'

     
    Sherri Shepherd, co-host of "The View," is almost unrecognizable as Cornrows, the receptionist at the alternative school in the new film "Precious." Even Oprah didn't recognize her! Shepherd promises that "Precious" will uplift and inspire audiences and...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Billy Crystal as Oscar host? | Mariah Carey looks 'Precious' | Lifetime kudos for Caleb Deschanel and Sidney Lumet

     
    • Vegas oddsmaker Johnny Avello is at odds with Gold Derby readers about who should host the Oscars. His top choice is Billy Crystal, whom he considers a 5 to 2 favorite to return to the podium. Avello didn't even consider your top pick Ricky Gervais...
  • VIDEO: 'Precious' newcomer Gabby Sidibe's first red carpet with Oprah Winfrey!

     
    Gabby Sidibe, the 24-year-old actress who stars as a sexually and physically abused obese teenage single mom in "Precious," had never acted in a film before. And at last night's "Precious" premiere in the 2009 AFI Fest, she was sharing......
  • Precious

    Precious
    The six time Oscar nominated movie "Precious" shines a bright light on an icky subject, child sexual abuse. But, WGN's Antwan Lewis is here to tell us about some very new developments in Illinois that are helping sex abuse victims. "Precious" offers a...
  • The Faker: I've seen that film!

    The Faker: I've seen that film!
    Sure, you could go out and see each and every one of the 10 Oscar nominees for best picture (up from five last year). But seriously, isn't that a tad extreme? There's a faster, easier, less expensive way to protect yourself against tiresome outbursts ("...
  • Ten Movies Up for 'Best Picture' Oscar at Tonight's Academy Awards

    Ten Movies Up for 'Best Picture' Oscar at Tonight's Academy Awards
    Oscar voters are expected to go very big or very small on their best-picture winner at Sunday's Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles. The two favorites are the mega-blockbuster "Avatar" and the critical darling "The Hurt Locker," which drew...
  • "Favorites" Strike Gold at the Academy Awards

    "Favorites" Strike Gold at the Academy Awards
    HOLLYWOOD -- Kathryn Bigelow played field commander to bring her raw, relentless Iraq War thriller "The Hurt Locker" to the screen. After her film triumphed at the Academy Awards with six prizes and made her the first woman ever to win the directing...
  • Supporting actress: Mo'Nique at a career crossroads

    Supporting actress: Mo'Nique at a career crossroads
    For Mo'Nique, "Precious" was the perfect storm -- right role, right director, right year. With deep roots in comedy, she shocked with a scalding vision of Mary, the Harlem welfare mother so horrifyingly twisted, so fueled by rage that it's a wonder...
  • Oscars 2010: Mo'Nique thanks Hattie McDaniel, first African-American Oscar winner

    Oscars 2010: Mo'Nique thanks Hattie McDaniel, first African-American Oscar winner
    Mo'Nique gave another of her heartfelt acceptance speeches at the 2010 Academy Awards. She first thanked the academy for showing that it can be about the performance and not the politics and then she said, "I want to thank Miss Hattie McDaniel for...
  • Oscars show has no sense of timing

    Oscars show has no sense of timing
    An hour into the telecast of the 82nd Academy Awards, you couldn't help but hope that somewhere backstage at the Kodak Theatre someone was waving a script and yelling: "Tempo, people, tempo." Despite everyone's best efforts, this year's Oscars seemed...