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Friday, January 21, 2011

Movie Editorials: 2011 Golden Globes



Movie Editorials

Justin and Andrew
Natalie Portman




Helena Bonham Carter









































I've finally succumbed to the addictive social media tool known as Twitter. That's right--I have a Twitter account.

Follow me @OhtoBeaMuse and I'll be sure to follow you back!

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Nicole Kidman

Dakota Fanning
Mila Kunis












































Best Performances from W Magazine


The Social Network -- Winner of Best Motion Picture

Natalie Portman -- Best Actress Winner, Drama for Black Swan

Helena Bonham Carter -- Best Supporting Actress Nominee for The King's Speech

Nicole Kidman -- Best Actress Nominee for Rabbit Hole

Dakota Fanning -- not nominated, but stunning photo

Mila Kunis -- Best Supporting Actress Nominee for Black Swan

What do you think of these editorials from W Magazine? Were you happy with the Golden Globe winners?


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23 comments

Pop Champagne said...

love the 2nd set of pics you posted, the last oen is cool with the eyelashes!

I clicked on your twitter link but it doesn't work- but add me @popchampagneblg and I'll find and add you! I'd love to be receiving your twitter updates :)

Chic Therapy said...

off to find you on twitter

Chic Therapy said...

the link to you twitter is not working :-(

Cheryl: Oh to Be a Muse said...

sorry about that guys! the Twitter link should be working now. Also, you can click the Twitter icon on my sidebar too.

-Cheryl

Courtney Erin said...

I'm off to find you on Twitter!

xoxo ~ Courtney
http://sartorialsidelines.blogspot.com

indianmakeupways said...

i am yet to succumb to twitter.:D. am so happy tat natalie portman won the best actress award. she was amazing in black swan

Couture Carrie said...

Natalie and Mila look so amazing!

xoxox,
CC

A Lot Like Fashion said...

Black Swan all the way! :) Still have to watch the king's speech! :)
Love your new header, Cheryl! :)
XX

http://fortheloveoffashionandotherthings.blogspot.com

Tabatha said...

Black Swan just started at the movies over here & I'm excited to finally be able to watch it!
Your blog is amazing :-)

Would you mind visiting mine & maybe following eachother?
http://tabathasrefugium-tabatha.blogspot.com/

Isquisofrenia said...

oh i love it!!! my fav is dakota as the taxi girl
thats dakota right hahhah
have fun on your weekend!!

MarchMusings said...

Cool photo of Mila Kunis. I think she is still under the radar and hopefully with Black Swan she'll finally get her due.

Hello Naka said...

the photos r okay but nothing amazing :( but i really want to watch the black swan :( have u watched 127 hours yet :p ?

FRANKIE HEARTS FASHION said...

Mila and Nicole are stunners! I'm following you now...amazing blog doll! xo

Toni Tralala said...

Natalie looks pretty! :) I'm glad that Helena won!

Closet Fashionista said...

Love that shot of Natalie! :D
http://aclosetfashionista.blogspot.com/

Ariana said...

New follower!!

Fenny said...

Cool pictures! Dakota Fanning looks very mature and pretty in those picture.

Cafe Fashionista said...

Nicole Kidman and Mila Kunis look absolutely amazing - loving these editorials! :)

Audrey Allure said...

I admit I've developed a crush on Andrew Garfield after seeing the Social Network haha, and he looks great in that photo!

The Red Angel said...

I wish that Inception had gotten a little something, but hopefully it will do better at the Academy Awards! I liked The Social Network, but it was surprising to me how many awards it got!

I really want to see Black Swan and The King's Speech now. Both look awesome :)

~TRA

http://xtheredangelx.blogspot.com

Tabatha said...

Thank you for your comment :-) You've a new follower :-D

kumar said...

this is really a good post

Heart Charlie said...

I think they are great! I love seeing the actors in a different context, so amazing!

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