Julia Roberts, Concerned About Her Children’s Nutrition

 

 

Actress Julia Roberts, plans to move to Hawaii because she is concerned about the nutrition of her children. Julia said she fears for her children to acquire bad eating habits that plague many young people.

According to the publication, “Showbiz Spy,” Roberts has chosen this place because they have a residence where they usually spend their summers with her ​​husband, Danny Moder, and their three children. In addition, the American actress plans to turn their house into a farm and continue living in that place of constant contact with nature.

Roberts said that the place is ideal because of the good environment, as well as the good nutrition based organic food that is available in the area.

The 43-year-old actress dedicated herself to raise chickens and goats to feed her family well with eggs and milk. Similarly, Roberts grows lettuce, celery, squash, tomatoes, among other foods, to prevent her family from eating GM products that are flooding in the supermarkets.

“She’s becoming a real hippie. She thinks she would be much happier and healthier living on a farm,” a friend of the actress said to “Showbiz Spy.”

Julia Roberts will star in an adaptation of  “August”, alongside Meryl Streep and George Clooney.

 

 

 

 

And the Winners Are…

 

Here’s the full list of the 2012 Acaemy Awards winners:

Best cinematography

Robert Richardson, “Hugo”

Best art direction

“Hugo”

Best costume design

“The Artist”

Best make up

“The Iron Lady”

Best foreign language film

“A Separation”

Best actress in a supporting role

Octavia Spencer, “The Help”

Best film editing

“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”

Best sound editing

“Hugo”

Best sound mixing

“Hugo”

Best documentary feature

“Undefeated”

Best animated film

“Rango”

Best visual effects

“Hugo”

Best actor in a supporting role

Christopher Plummer, “Beginners”

Best original score

Ludovic Bource, “The Artist”

Best song

Man or Muppet, “The Muppets”

Best adapted screenplay

Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, and Jim Rash, “The Descendants”

Best original screenplay

Woody Allen, “Midnight in Paris”

Best live action short

“The Shore”

Best documentary short

“Saving Face”

Best animated short

“The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore”

Best director

Michel Hazavanicius, “The Artist”

Best actor in a leading role

Jean Dujardin, “The Artist”

Best actress in a leading role

Meryl Streep, “The Iron Lady”

Best picture

“The Artist”

Meryl Streep honored in Berlin

 

The Berlin Film Festival yesterday appointed their queen! Meryl Streep received the Golden Bear for Lifetime Achievement for the movie “The Iron Lady”. The film that projected the actress in yet another race to the Oscars .

Meryl Streep took the stage visibly excited, and shows a temper like a lady of the silver screen. The award was handed over by Jake Gyllenhaal, who called it “a treasure trove of cinema.”

A fully deserved award for an actress who manages to give her characters a unique persona, Meryl proved us once again that she is one iron lady. Margaret Thatcher has also won many awards, including here a Golden Globe and a Bafta Award.

In addition, Meryl Streep was also presented with a bouquet of flowers from Dieter Kosslick , the director of  Berlinale, as a gift for Valentine’s Day.

Albert Nobbs movie review

 

Director: Rodrigo Garcia
Year: 2012
Genre: Drama
Albert Nobbs, the film starring Glenn Close in the shoes of a man. Yes, the solid Hollywood actress has seen fit to transfer the character she played in the theater since 1982 with success on the big screen. The result? An even more blatant, that brought her to receive an Oscar nomination as Best Actress, in defiance of another queen transformisms, Meryl Streep.
Who is Albert Nobbs? The “gentleman” in question is a distinguished servant of a luxury hotel in Dublin, estimated by customers for its reliability. Reserved and respectful, Albert does his job with zeal and skill, not letting emotions leaked details of his ice-blue eyes. Emotions that actually exist, and that the protagonist feels strong and clear: under clothing for men, in fact, hides a woman (of which you will not know the name) not to end up the victim of a misogynistic society (he was an illegitimate child) dresses as a man. Fate, however, who discovers he does not share alone: ​​even the painter of the hotel is a woman (the actress Janet McTeer, another candidate to the statuette).
Glenn Close goes down in part to perfection, bringing to film the essence of the novel by George Moore which it is based: a woman forced to give up his identity. Choice that will bring consequences that are difficult to handle for a lifetime. The most important? The emotional solitude. In fact, Albert tip eyes on the young waitress Mia Wasikowska, but things do not go according to plan. A must watch movie!