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February 26, 2009 Posted by | Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, _CARTOON, _CINEMA | Leave a comment

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This must’ve been the most predictable Oscars in ages!

In a year of disappointing movie quality, Slumdog was a well made and enjoyable film but really was a hackneyed Romeo and Juliet type tale transplanted somewhere exotic with Fernando Meirelles “City of God” influenced cinematography, a few Bollywood moments and a frantic masala beat.

Even from amongst those listed as nominees, in our view the magnificent “Frost Nixon” and the excellent gritty “The Wrestler” were far better.

The only shock of the night was the unbelievable snub of Mickey Rourke, whose performance in “The Wrestler” was the finest seen in many a year! Truly peerless!

However, Mickey had been shooting his mouth off a bit too much lately (as he is more than wont to do!) especially making a comment after the SAG awards about GW Bush not being such a bad President! A dumb thing to say at any time but incredibly dumb a few weeks before an army of Democratic fanatics are voting for you in a race against an avowed leftie Democrat who’s playing a gay liberal anti-establishment politician!!

Also disappointing was the snub of Bruce Springsteen‘s fine title track from “The Wrestler” as Best Original Song.

At least though, the awful Brangelina circus duo went home in a huff! Why were they even nominated? Brad sure as hell won’t be getting laid tonight!

And the crazy Benny Button fiasco won no significant award despite an insane 66 nominations or something!

Larry King, who played the young Benny Button was very disappointed!

We had expected a new category this year. The Oscar for “Best Psychotic Egotistical Screaming Pussyfit“! Christian Bale would’ve been a shoo in!

(CNN) —

“Slumdog Millionaire,” the little film about a poverty-raised teaboy who goes on a game show as a way to find his lost love, won best picture Sunday night, earning a total of eight Oscars at the 81st annual Academy Awards.

The late Heath Ledger won best supporting actor for playing the Joker in “The Dark Knight.”

As the stage filled with the film’s huge cast, producer Christian Colson talked about “Slumdog’s” “extraordinary journey.”

“Most of all we had passion and we had belief, and our film shows if you have those two things, you have everything,” said Colson.

“Millionaire’s” other honors included best director (Danny Boyle), best adapted screenplay (Simon Beaufoy), score (A.R. Rahman), song (“Jai Ho,” co-written by Rahman), cinematography (Anthony Dod Mantle), sound mixing and film editing. List of winners, nominees

Boyle literally jumped up and down as he accepted his award, saying that if he ever won he’d bounce like Tigger from “Winnie-the-Pooh.”

Rahman was equally appreciative as he accepted one of his Oscars.

“All my life I’ve had a choice between hate and love, and I chose love, and now I’m here,” said Rahman. Photo Gallery: See what the stars are wearing »

Sean Penn won best actor for “Milk.”

“You commie homo-loving sons of guns,” Penn began, to laughter. “I did not expect this, and I wanted to be very clear that I do know how hard I make it to appreicate me, often. But I am touched by the appreciation.”

He also put in a plug in support of gay marriage. “We’ve got to have equal rights for everyone,” he said.

Kate Winslet won best actress for her performance in “The Reader.”

Upon thanking her mother and father, she asked her dad to whistle so she could know where he was in the audience — and then heard a loud toot from one corner.

“I think we can’t believe we were in the category with Meryl Streep at all,” she said, paying tribute to her fellow “goddesses” up for best actress.

Heath Ledger won best supporting actor for his performance as the Joker in “The Dark Knight.”

His parents and sister accepted the award for the actor, who died in January 2008.

“This award tonight would have humbly validated Heath’s quiet determination to be truly accepted by you all here — his peers — within an industry he truly loved,” said Ledger’s father, Kim.

Ledger is only the second actor to win a posthumous actor. Peter Finch won best actor for 1976’s “Network” two months after he died in early 1977.

Penelope Cruz won the first Oscar of the night, a best supporting actress honor for “Vicky Cristina Barcelona.”

“Has anybody ever fainted here? Because I might be the first one,” she said, before paying tribute to writer-director Woody Allen, who oversaw “Vicky Cristina,” and writer-director Pedro Almodovar, who gave her some of her best roles. She then thanked “everyone who has helped me from the beginning.”

Dustin Lance Black, who won original screenplay for “Milk,” gave an impassioned speech in favor of gay rights.

“If Harvey [Milk, the subject of the film] had not been taken from us 30 years ago, I think he would want me to say to all the gay and lesbian kids out there tonight who have been told they are less than by the churches, by the government, by their families,” Black said, “that you are beautiful, wonderful creatures of value, and that no matter what anyone tells you, God does love you and that very soon, I promise you, you will have equal rights, federally, across this great nation of ours.”

“Milk” concerns Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to major public office. The film has also been in the spotlight because of Proposition 8, the California law against gay marriage that was the subject of a contentious campaign last year.

Two of the best-reviewed films of the year — “WALL-E” and “Man on Wire” — won Oscars. “WALL-E” won best animated feature, and “Man on Wire” won best documentary feature.

Philippe Petit, the star of “Man on Wire,” about Petit’s tightrope crossing between the World Trade Center towers in 1974, concluded his speech by balancing the Oscar upside-down on his chin.

Jerry Lewis received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.

True to the producers’ promise to give the Academy Awards more of a “party” tone, Hugh Jackman led off the show with cracks about downsizing — “Next year,” said the “Australia” star, “I’ll be starring in a movie called ‘New Zealand’ ” — then segued into a song-and-dance number he said he assembled in his garage.

Performing songs about each best picture nominee in various musical styles, with “homemade” backgrounds behind him, at one point he reached into the audience and physically lifted Anne Hathaway on stage to play Richard Nixon in “Frost/Nixon.” Blog: Behind the scenes

Then the gregarious host paid tribute to various celebrities in the audience as if pointing out VIPs in a nightclub.

Jackman also did a musical number with Beyoncé, the two performing a medley of songs from Hollywood’s musical golden era, as well as more recent films such as “Grease,” “Moulin Rouge” and “Mamma Mia.”

At another point in the show, Ben Stiller parodied Joaquin Phoenix’s recent “Late Show with David Letterman” appearance, wearing a thick beard and lazily chewing gum. He cracked up his co-presenter, Natalie Portman, by wandering around the stage.

Some of the nominees have said they’re surprised to even be at the Oscars. Melissa Leo, nominated for best actress for “Frozen River,” said nothing has compared with the Oscar experience.

“[The film] has given me an extraordinary year,” she told CNN. “But to be here tonight … it’s so humongous.”

Oscar outfits were generally elegant and classic, with most men wearing tuxedos (including the young members of the “Slumdog” cast) and women in beautiful, sometimes muted, gowns. Viola Davis (“Doubt”) wore gold; Freida Pinto (“Slumdog Millionaire”) opted for a rich blue. Anne Hathaway wore a glittery — and snug — Armani mermaid gown.

The following is a complete list of winners at the 81st annual Academy Awards.

Best picture
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
“The Reader”
WINNER: “Slumdog Millionaire”

WINNER: Danny Boyle, “Slumdog Millionaire”
Stephen Daldry, “The Reader”
David Fincher, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
Ron Howard, “Frost/Nixon”
Gus Van Sant, “Milk”

Richard Jenkins, “The Visitor”
Frank Langella, “Frost/Nixon”
WINNER: Sean Penn, “Milk”
Brad Pitt, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
Mickey Rourke, “The Wrestler”

Anne Hathaway, “Rachel Getting Married”
Angelina Jolie, “Changeling”
Melissa Leo, “Frozen River”
Meryl Streep, “Doubt”
WINNER: Kate Winslet, “The Reader”

Supporting actor
Josh Brolin, “Milk”
Robert Downey Jr., “Tropic Thunder”
Philip Seymour Hoffman, “Doubt”
WINNER: Heath Ledger, “The Dark Knight”
Michael Shannon, “Revolutionary Road”

Supporting actress
Amy Adams, “Doubt”
WINNER: Penelope Cruz, “Vicky Cristina Barcelona”
Viola Davis, “Doubt”
Taraji P. Henson, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
Marisa Tomei, “The Wrestler”

Animated feature
“Kung Fu Panda”

Adapted screenplay
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” screenplay by Eric Roth, screen story by Eric Roth and Robin Swicord
“Doubt,” written by John Patrick Shanley
“Frost/Nixon,” screenplay by Peter Morgan
“The Reader,” screenplay by David Hare
WINNER: “Slumdog Millionaire,” screenplay by Simon Beaufoy

Original screenplay
“Frozen River,” written by Courtney Hunt
“Happy-Go-Lucky,” written by Mike Leigh
“In Bruges,” written by Martin McDonagh
WINNER: “Milk,” written by Dustin Lance Black
“WALL-E,” screenplay by Andrew Stanton, Jim Reardon; original story by Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter

Art direction
“Changeling,” James J. Murakami; set decoration: Gary Fettis
WINNER: “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Donald Graham Burt; set decoration: Victor J. Zolfo
“The Dark Knight,” Nathan Crowley; set decoration: Peter Lando
“The Duchess,” Michael Carlin; set decoration: Rebecca Alleway
“Revolutionary Road,” Kristi Zea; set decoration: Debra Schutt

“Changeling,” Tom Stern
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Claudio Miranda
“The Dark Knight,” Wally Pfister
“The Reader,” Chris Menges and Roger Deakins
WINNER: “Slumdog Millionaire,” Anthony Dod Mantle

Costume design
“Australia,” Catherine Martin
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Jacqueline West
WINNER: “The Duchess,” Michael O’Connor
“Milk,” Danny Glicker
“Revolutionary Road,” Albert Wolsky

Documentary feature
“The Betrayal (Nerakhoon)”
“Encounters at the End of the World”
“The Garden”
WINNER: “Man on Wire”
“Trouble the Water”

Documentary short
“The Conscience of Nhem En”
“The Final Inch”
WINNER: “Smile Pinki”
“The Witness — From the Balcony of Room 306”

Film editing
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall
“The Dark Knight,” Lee Smith
“Frost/Nixon,” Mike Hill and Dan Hanley
“Milk,” Elliot Graham
WINNER: “Slumdog Millionaire,” Chris Dickens

Foreign language film
“The Baader Meinhof Complex,” Germany
“The Class,” France
WINNER: “Departures,” Japan
“Revanche,” Austria
“Waltz with Bashir,” Israel

WINNER: “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Greg Cannom
“The Dark Knight,” John Caglione Jr. and Conor O’Sullivan
“Hellboy II: The Golden Army,” Mike Elizalde and Thom Floutz

Original score
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Alexandre Desplat
“Defiance,” James Newton Howard
“Milk,” Danny Elfman
WINNER: “Slumdog Millionaire,” A.R. Rahman
“WALL-E,” Thomas Newman

Original song
“Down to Earth” from “WALL-E,” music by Peter Gabriel and Thomas Newman, lyrics by Peter Gabriel
WINNER: “Jai Ho” from “Slumdog Millionaire,” music by A.R. Rahman, lyrics by Gulzar
“O Saya” from “Slumdog Millionaire,” music and lyrics by A.R. Rahman and Maya Arulpragasam

Animated short
WINNER: “La Maison en Petits Cubes”
“Lavatory — Lovestory”
“This Way Up”

Live-action short
“Auf der Strecke (On the Line)”
“Manon on the Asphalt”
“New Boy”
“The Pig”
WINNER: “Spielzeugland”

Sound editing
WINNER: “The Dark Knight,” Richard King
“Iron Man,” Frank Eulner and Christopher Boyes
“Slumdog Millionaire,” Glenn Freemantle and Tom Sayers
“WALL-E,” Ben Burtt and Matthew Wood
“Wanted,” Wylie Stateman

Sound mixing
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” David Parker, Michael Semanick, Ren Klyce and Mark Weingarten
“The Dark Knight,” Lora Hirschberg, Gary Rizzo and Ed Novick
WINNER: “Slumdog Millionaire,” Ian Tapp, Richard Pryke and Resul Pookutty
“WALL-E,” Tom Myers, Michael Semanick and Ben Burtt
“Wanted,” Chris Jenkins, Frank A. Montaño and Petr Forejt

Visual effects
WINNER: “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Eric Barba, Steve Preeg, Burt Dalton and Craig Barron
“The Dark Knight,” Nick Davis, Chris Corbould, Tim Webber and Paul Franklin
“Iron Man,” John Nelson, Ben Snow, Dan Sudick and Shane Mahan

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It’s the pampered Batman !

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Batman tries to be more like Christian Bale – Will he ever stop?!

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Batman tries to be more like Christian Bale – yet again!

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Batty Batman and Batty Crowe-man

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Batman tries to be more like Christian Bale – again !

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Batty Batman Bateman goes f*cking Bale-istic : Remix Edition!

Holy psychotic verbal ballistics remixes, Batman!!

We already wrote about pampered Method (bat)Man, Christian Bale’s ballistic rant on the set of ‘Terminator Salvation’ threatening to quit after a director of photography accidentally walked onto the set.

After the audio leaked, people – of course! – started uploading remixed versions of the meltdown.

Imitation is the highest form of flattery? Maybe not, but in any event, check out some of the best remixes below!

The Bale-istic Remixes

Warning: Explicit Language!

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#1: RevoLucian’s Bale Remix

#2: ‘Hip To Be A Square’ Remix

#3: Freak Out Remix

#4: R U Professional Remix

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    Andy Samberg’s seemingly harmless impression of him on ‘Saturday Night Live’ didn’t sit well with Mark Wahlberg, who told the NY Post that “it wasn’t like Tina Fey doing Sarah Palin, that’s for sure.” He went on to say he’s turned down offers to do the late night staple “a ton of the times.”

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    The war of fists between the Blonsky and Golden families has turned into a war of words, as Blonsky now says she is “completely destroyed” by their July airport brawl.

    Marcel Thomas, (1) / Jamie McCarthy, (2)

    Mischa Barton vs. Victoria Beckham: The actress has launched a one-woman, and ultimately one-sided, fashion battle with the extremely stylish Spice Girl. “Posh doesn’t strike me as particularly stylish,” she said. “I don’t think she’s a good example of British style at all.”

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    Dennis Quaid vs. Meg Ryan: The former husband and wife who divorced in 2001 are feuding again, as Ryan has said in multiple interviews that Quaid’s infidelity caused her to have an affair.

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    Pat O’Brien vs. Lara Spencer : Pat O’Brien, former host and current correspondent of ‘The Insider’ wrote an email to staffers this weekend, slamming his colleague Lara Spencer. He suggested Spencer’s most popular work “makes the viewers want to vomit.” Nice.

    Frank Micelotta, Getty Images

    Roger Ebert vs. Lou Lumenick: Thyroid cancer has literally left Ebert speechless, so when his sightline was obstructed during a screening this week, the critic tried repeatedly to use tapping and gestures to get the attention of the guy in front of him. That dude was rival critic Lou Lumenick, who probably didn’t think it through before hitting Ebert on the leg.

    Seth Perlman, AP

    Alec Baldwin vs. Greg Garcia: One day after Alec Baldwin criticized ‘My Name Is Earl’ in the New Yorker, the show’s creator/executive producer Greg Garcia took a few jabs at Baldwin, calling him a “psychotic narcissist.”

    Getty Images (2)

    Elton John and Lily Allen took a few under-the-belt shots at each other while they hosted the GQ Men of the Year awards in Britain. John went after Allen’s drinking and she shot back and made fun of his age.

    Dave M. Benett, Getty Images

    “Evil spawn Angelina Jolie and her vacuous hubby Brad Pitt make about forty million dollars a year in violent psychopathic movies and give away three of it to starving children trying to look as if they give a crap about humanity,” Roseanne Barr writes on her blog. She also criticizes the couple for not supporting Barack Obama. / Getty Images

    Noel Gallagher said hip-hop had no place at the Glastonbury Festival where Jay-Z performed. Now, Jay jabs back. “That bloke from Oasis said I couldn’t play guitar, somebody shoulda told him I’m a f—– rock star,” he raps on a new track.

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Fun with Batman and Hurlbut I

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Fun with Batman and Hurlbut II

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Fun with Batman and Hurlbut III

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Batty Batman Bateman goes f*cking Bale-istic !

Holy psychotic verbal ballistics, Batman!!

“I’ll kick your f**king ass! I want you off the f**king set, you prick! What the f**k are you doing?”

Too much Method Acting intensity makes you nuts! Or an arrogant psychotic moron! Or both!

We know this of old from a series of crazy actors down the years. But if any further proof were needed, then here she be!

There was talk last year of intense Method Man, Christian Bale going nuts on the set of “Terminator Salvation” which threatened to stop production on the sky-high budget blockbuster.

Unfortunately for Bale – and fortunately for us!- the incident was audiotaped!

The incident was so serious that nervous film execs sent a tape of the tirade to the movie’s Insurance Company as they were very concerned that Bale would actually bail (excuse the pun!) and leave the mammoth project stranded!

Someone has now very kindly leaked this classic tape and it’s all over the web like a plague!!

The tape’s quite amazing and hilarious!

Batty Batman Bateman goes f*cking Bale-istic, screaming at the Director of Photography, the critically acclaimed lighting photographer Shane Hurlbut, threatening to punch his lights out and demanding that he be immediately sacked, else he himself will walk off the project!

The incident happened on set apparently after Hurlbut accidentally walked onto the set during an intense Bale scene.

An associate producer on the set of Terminator Salvation has excused Bale for his on-set verbal assault on the film’s Director of Photography.

Bruce Franklin, the assistant director and associate producer on the film, says;

“If you are working in a very intense scene and someone takes you out of your groove,” Franklin tells E! “It was the most emotional scene in the movie. And for him to get stopped in the middle of it – he is very intensely involved in his character. He didn’t walk around like that all day long. It was just a moment and it passed.”

He adds that Bale was a “consummate professional” during the filming of T4 !

Obviously the Hollywood definition of “consummate professional” is inclusive of pampered stars for no reason screaming a tirade of profanity-ridden abuse at highly skilled technical/artistic experts!

We’re a tad confused at the event’s trigger as we assume that the DP would normally be on the periphery of the set to ensure that the numerous critical details of his difficult technical work are carried out properly!

Anyway, the presence on this occasion of the DP on the set makes batty Batman go ballistic! He suddenly thinks he’s Patrick Bateman in a scene out of American Psycho!

The Bateman tirade begins with “I’ll kick your f**king ass! I want you off the f**king set, you prick! What the f**k are you doing?” …. And thankfully it doesn’t relent!!

“I’m trying to do a f**king scene here and I’m going, ‘Why the f**k is Shane walking in there? What’s he doing there?’” and bullshit such as “You’re so amateur” “Do you understand my mind is not in the scene if you’re doing that? … Stay off the f**king set man. For f**k sake!”

On to classic lines like; “I never had a DP behave like this. You don’t fucking understand working with actors … I’m telling you. I’m not asking – I’m telling you!”

Later again; “Do you want me to go f**king trash your lights? Want me to f**king trash em? You’re trashing my scene!”

He goes on to once again to threaten to kick his “f**king ass,” before telling the director that he’ll quit if the DOP isn’t fired! … “I’m not walking on this set if you’re still hired”

And he reiterates he’s “f**king serious” and adds “seriously man, you and me, we’re f**king done professionally” Before once again threatening “I’ll kick your f**king ass!”

Here’s the audio:


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The tape was obtained by, who reports that it’s from July of 2008.

This was a turbulent period for angry Bale who seemed to have being going off the rails. Just a few days later, ballistic Bale was arrested for assaulting his mother and sister in London! Yap, his mother and sister! Charges against The Demented Knight were soon dropped though.

Read more here; Christian Bale Arrested for Allegedly Assaulting Mother, Sister

Methinks pampered pussy batty boy Bateman needs a little anger management therapy! Or, better still, a good kicking from the Director of Photography!

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