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02/29/2012 2:45 PM
02/29/2012 2:51 PM
Golden Oscar statuette or not, no star really goes home empty handed at the Academy Awards.
Distinctive Assets’ annual Everyone Wins at the Oscars Nominee Gift Bag was created 10 years ago to soften the blow of the post-Oscar-loss-blues.
Even if this year’s nominees like Brad Pitt, Rooney Mara, and Meryl
Streep don’t win an Oscar, they can at least cross “elephant back
safari” off their bucket list thanks to the $15,000 nominee gift provided by Premier Tours.
Here’s a peak of what else celebs will be taking home inside the 2012 nominee gift bag:
-Disaronno: Each nominee will receive the
opportunity to have an artisan mixologist tend a premium stocked bar
complete with custom Disaronno cocktails at the location of their
choosing for up to 100 guests.
-ESP Essential Safe Products: A gift set of
non-toxic, eco-friendly and reusable products including a glass water
bottle, stainless steel snack container, reusable utensil set, reusable
product bag and a $200 gift certificate.
-Purell Instant Hand Sanitizer: This isn’t your standard $4.99 bottle. Oscar nominees will receive a 1 oz gold bottle bejeweled with crystals.
-Naughty Bits Brownies: “Deliciously bad brownies” at a $50 price point.
-Thermarobe: A luxury heated robe with wireless technology.
-Slimware: Stylish portion control plates, designed and disguised to slim.
02/29/2012 3:01 PM
Big announcement: Just found out we're playing at the Hyatt New Orleans next Saturday 3/10 for Brad Pitt's Make it Right
Just found out we're opening for KANYE WEST AND SEAL next Saturday 3/10 @ Brad Pitt's Make It Right Foundation Gala @ Hyatt NOLA!!!!
02/29/2012 3:10 PM
Next month, inspiring women leaders and activists from around the
globe—including Nobel winner Leymah Gbowee, Angelina Jolie, Facebook’s
Sheryl Sandberg, Meryl Streep, Madeleine Albright, IMF chief Christine
Lagarde, California Attorney General Kamala Harris, Israeli opposition
leader Tzipi Livni, The New York Times’s Jill Abramson, president of
Kosovo Atifete Jahjaga, Nancy Pelosi, and many more—will convene in New
York City for Newsweek and The Daily Beast's third annual Women in the
World Summit. Housed at Lincoln Center, the three-day event will
spotlight the urgent challenges facing women today. From a Pakistani
bride who fled the prospect of a cruel enforced marriage to crusade for
marital rights to soap-opera writers transforming sexist societies; from
female powerhouses in national security to the Egyptian blogger who’s
covered a year of dashed hopes and turmoil for the women of Tahrir
Square, the summit showcases women who are battling the status quo,
picking up the pieces in the aftermath of war and shattering glass
ceilings. The event will also feature performances by the star of
Broadway’s Evita revival and a closing presentation by Oscar nominee
Streep. Buy tickets and see our complete lineup of events.
Thursday, March 8, 2012 • Purchase Tickets
Topics include:Murder and Machismo: Women in Peril in Central
America; Special Presentation: Women and War featuring Madeleine
Albright and Angelina Jolie moderated by Charlie Rose; and Special
Dinner Presentation: A Conversation with Christine Lagarde and remarks
by Brian Moynihan, Bank of America.**
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dulcinea13 wrote:Video at the linkA 20 seconds clip from In the Land of Blood and Honey, which shows Brad's cameo in the moviehttp://videa.hu/videok/film-animacio/brad-pitt-a-ver-es-mez-foldje-angelina-jolie-xEBOPGEJF0JNkA1y
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03/01/2012 7:59 AM
The A's general manager sat in the fourth row at the Oscars,
so close that he told the usher that there must have been a mistake.
Beane found himself in front of Bo Derek, and near Gwyneth Paltrow, whom
he met. Beane, there because of six nominations for "Moneyball," said
that Brad Pitt's partner, Angelina Jolie, came over to take a photo with
Beane's daughter, Casey, and he took a photo with Tim Tebow. "I was
amazed at how gracious everyone was," he said. He never shook the
feeling of being in a different world, though. "It was a little like
going to a high-school party that's not your party," he said.
03/01/2012 8:06 AM
Though a section of the media had reported that Brad Pitt
is shooting in India already for the film, the information isn't
correct. Says a source, "Kathryn arrived in India two days ago and will
be shooting in Chandigarh for the next five days. Subsequently, the unit
will shift to Rajasthan. All the necessary permissions for the film
have been granted by the government." On being asked about the phirang
cast of the film, the source adds, "The unit is very tight-lipped about
everything. Though some people in the media have reported that Brad Pitt
is in India to shoot this movie, the information isn't correct."
03/01/2012 8:21 AM
Next week inspiring leaders and activists
from around the globe—including Nobel winner Leymah Gbowee, Angelina
Jolie, Madeleine K. Albright, IMF chief Christine Lagarde, and many
more—will gather in New York City to kick off Newsweek and The Daily Beast’s third annual Women in the World Summit. Buy tickets to the March 8–10 event.
We’re doing it again!
week remarkable women leaders and activists from around the globe will
descend on New York City to address the most urgent challenges facing
women and girls. From brave dissidents who fueled the Arab Spring to outspoken advocates fighting domestic slavery; from CEOs to artists to political influencers, our third annual Women in the World Summit—now expanded to Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater—uses
vivid journalistic storytelling to showcase women who are battling the
status quo, picking up the pieces in the aftermath of war and shattering
Hosted by Newsweek
and The Daily Beast, Tina Brown will join with co-hosts Leymah Gbowee,
Sheryl Sandberg, Meryl Streep, Diane von Furstenberg, Jane Harman,
Lauren Bush Lauren, Nizan Guanaes, Maya L. Harris, Mellody Hobson, and
Judith Rodin for the three-day event. IMF chief Christine Lagarde will
share her insight into the global economy’s next act. Israeli opposition
leader Tzipi Livni will talk to historian Simon Schama about Israel on
the brink. Mexican congresswoman Rosi Orozco will recount her battle
against sex trafficking. We’ll also welcome as moderators Barbara
Walters, Christiane Amanpour, Andrea Mitchell, Lesley Stahl, Robin
Roberts, Cynthia McFadden, Martha Raddatz, Charlie Rose and Juju Chang.
not yet household names, many of this year’s participants will again be
making headlines as we reveal their role in today’s most riveting news
also welcome Anna Netrebko, world-renowned Russian soprano and star of
the Metropolitan Opera, for a live performance. And for our closing
ceremony, Oscar winner Meryl Streep will join us for a special
presentation. See our complete lineup of events and participant list, and check back often for updates.
Buy Tickets! After two fabulous years at Times Square’s Hudson Theater, we’ve moved into Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater, where tickets are now on sale. One-hundred percent of ticket proceeds benefit the Women in the World Foundation. If you can’t be there in person, we’ll livestream video and liveblog the summit on The Daily Beast, and cover it extensively through Twitter and Facebook.
03/01/2012 8:25 AM
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