How to Train Your Dragon? “That’s Just Disgusting” lol

When the Academy announced James Franco would be co-host for the 83rd Academy Awards I think anyone who knows of him could guess people would either love him or hate him. And that is after we got over the shock of him actually taking the gig with the million other endeavors he has on his plate, including being enrolled in school… again.

But when Franco was talking about the inappropriate movie titles I thought I’d lose it. He kept a straight face, but Anne Hathaway laughed out loud. It was a moment I am sure the “Academy” did not expect. He said “Winter’s Bone, Rabbit Hole, How to Train Your Dragon? “That’s Just Disgusting” …

I thought James Franco’s quips were funnier than Anne Hathaway wanting to do another duet with Hugh Jackman and then doing a solo with made up words.

There were other moments when you could hear crickets. Sometimes Franco, I’m not even sure you get what you’re trying to say, but you’re still a genius and it was cool to see you on stage with Anne Hathaway. I just wish the two of you had shown more charisma.

For those of you who think James Franco looked high… I’ve got news for you, he always looks like that, he wasn’t high. And Anne Hathaway was not over compensating, she’s just always giddy and when she’s got the lights on her and feels she needs to get people pumped she acts like a silly school girl.

And the winners in full are…

Best Picture: ‘The King’s Speech’

Best Actor: Colin Firth for ‘The King’s Speech’

Best Actress: Natalie Portman for ‘Black Swan’

Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Christian Bale for ‘The Fighter’

Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Melissa Leo for ‘The Fighter’

Best Director: Tom Hooper for ‘The King’s Speech’

Best Adapted Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin for ‘The Social Network’

Best Original Screenplay: David Seidler for ‘The King’s Speech’

Best Foreign Language Film: ‘In a Better World’ (Dir Susanne Bier)

Best Animated Feature: ‘Toy Story 3’

Best Documentary Feature: ‘Inside Job’

Best Documentary Short: ‘Strangers No More’

Best Short Film (Animated): ‘The Lost Thing’

Best Short Film (Live Action): ‘God of Love’

Best Art Direction: Robert Stromberg and Karen O’Hara for ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Best Cinematography: Wally Pfister for ‘Inception’

Best Costume Design: Colleen Atwood for ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Best Make-up: Rick Baker and Dave Elsey for ‘The Wolfman’

Best Film Editing: Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter for ‘The Social Network’

Best Original Score: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for ‘The Social Network’

Best Original Song: ‘We Belong Together’, music and lyrics by Randy Newman, for ‘Toy Story 3’

Best Sound Editing: Richard King for ‘Inception’

Best Sound Mixing: Lora Hirschberg, Gary A Rizzo and Ed Novick for ‘Inception’

Best Visual Effects: Paul Franklin, Chris Corbould, Andrew Lockley and Peter Bebb for ‘Inception’


Did anyone figure out this one…?

Franco at one point declared he’s six degrees of Kevin Bacon away from “the next two presenters, Matthew McConaughey and Scarlett Johansson.” He said to look it up on the internet, which I didn’t go because I was in bed at the time and felt completely not compelled to do so, but I wonder if anyone did.


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  1. carrie says:

    nice thoughts home slice.