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dibacelar
26 March 2022 @ 02:14 am
I'm tired for being criticized for stolen some pictures or informations and not giving credits!! This is so unfair!! I give credits to the person where I find the news...How can I supposed to know that she\he is not the first person who find it!!

For now on my journal is Friends Only!! Sorry, I really would like to share my love for hugh\house with all of you but it's impossible here...


 
 
dibacelar
20 February 2010 @ 10:57 pm

Hugh Laurie finds happiness in LA

After six years in the US, the actor is feeling at home, although he's still English enough to be bemused by his sex-object status


article here

Hope we get some photos!!!






 
 
dibacelar
17 February 2010 @ 02:47 pm



Hollywood, CA (Hollywood Today) 2/16/10 — The host and presenters are set for this years Writer’s Guild Awards in Los Angeles, and it’s a star-studded cast. Hosting this year’s Awards is Family Guy script and creator Seth Macfarlane. Presenters range from beloved eight-time Oscar host Billy Crystal, Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Jason Alexander, to Morgan Freeman.

Crystal will present the WGAW’s Laurel Award for Screen to screenwriter-director-producer Barry Levinson (Avalon, Diner), while Alexander will present writer and fellow cast member, Larry David, with the Guild’s Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television.

Freeman will be presenting South African born screenwriter Anthony Peckham with the Paul Selvin Award for Invictus, which he penned and Freeman starred.

Further presenters include Robin Williams, Hugh Laurie, Chris Rock, Aaron Sorkin, and writer/producer Judd Apatow with Actor Jason Segel.

This year’s WGAW-hosted Writers Guild Awards West Coast show is executive produced by Spike Jones, Jr., with Carole Propp as talent producer. 

The 2010 Writers Guild Awards will be held on Saturday, February 20, 2010, simultaneously at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles and the Hudson Theatre at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York City .

 

For more information about the 2010 Writers Guild Awards, please visit www.wga.org or www.wgaeast.org.

 

source: hollywood today
 

Thanks to maest (housemd.mforos.com)
 
 
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Hugh Laurie
's inimitable role on House is doubtless a full-time job, and for the better part of the show's six-year run, it has kept him from doing anything major as far as the big screen is concerned.

But after doing voice work for Valiant, Stuart Little 3, and Monster and Aliens, Laurie may just make that precarious jump from small screen glory to headlining in a feature film, with a much buzzed-about May-December-themed dramatic comedy, reports the Los Angeles Times.


And not only that. Oranges - a dark, dramatic comedy about an older man who has an affair with the daughter of a family friend - may mark the reunion of Laurie, 50, reportedly in talks to play the lead role of the creepy older guy, with Gossip Girl villainess Leighton Meester, who is being considered to play either the female lead or some other role.

Meester has appeared on two episodes of House as Ali, an underage girl who had an obsessive crush on House, so it's not exactly unexplored territory for the two. She came to the clinic with her father who had a cold, and soon started calling the clinic obsessively to talk to him and show up in random places. She also sent him a Fresno calendar so he could count down the six months until she turns 18.

It was revealed later, however, that Ali had a spore in her brain from an earthquake while she was in California.

Mila Kunis, from That 70s Show and now doing voice for Family Guy, is also a top candidate for the other half of the May-December affair. The project, penned by Jay Reiss and Ian Helfer, is still in the works. It has, to its credit, bagged a spot on 2008's Black List of best unproduced works, a list that includes, among others, Inglorious Basterds and the upcoming comedy The Beaver.


SOURCE

And more articles on imdb and latimes


 
 
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YEAHHHHH!!! We did a great job ;)



You vote Hugh Laurie, Angelina Jolie and Kristen Stewart most attractive of 2009


It's an event that's 12 months in the making - the culmination of hellomagazine.com's most attractive and most elegant polls draws interest from around the world and gets readers clicking in their thousands.

And excitement this year was equally as high. In total the three categories – most attractive man, woman and most elegant woman - attracted nearly three quarters of a million votes.

The battle for the most attractive man title turned into a two horse race, with Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson and House star Hugh Laurie neck and neck right until the end. At the close of the poll over 500,000 votes had been cast in this category alone and last year's winner Rob was eventually beaten into second place by fellow Brit Hugh. The final outcome showed just how close the result was with only 4,770 votes seperating the two.

Hugh led with 25.4 per cent of the vote, while Robert's fans amassed just under a quarter of the total.

Swiss tennis star Roger Federer, in at third, was the only non-Brit in the top six. Handsome Scotsman Gerard Butler – who won in 2005 – was this year's number four. He was followed by the dishy doctor David Tennant and Orlando Bloom.

In the most elegant woman category, it was time for Madonna's two year-reign to come to an end. The queen of pop took third this year.

The clear winner of 2009 was Hollywood beauty Angelina Jolie, who stormed ahead with just under 32 per cent of the final vote. Taking silver was Britney Spears, with just under 19 per cent. 

Constantly hailed as one of the world's most stylish royals, Queen Rania of Jordan was placed fourth by readers. And completing the top five was Harry Potter actress Emma Watson, who has been busy making her mark on the fashion world in the last twelve months.

Her Twilight co-star just missed out in his category, but Kristen Stewart took gold by a landslide in the most attractive woman section. The pretty brunette's fans helped her accumulate just under 35 per cent of the poll.

The top four was very much a musical affair, with last year's winner Britney in at second followed by Avril Lavigne and Madonna taking third and fourth.

Ever popular Sarah Michelle Geller, who welcomed her first baby in 2009, completed the top five, closely followed by Christina Aguilera.

SOURCE

 

 
 
 
dibacelar
07 January 2010 @ 12:22 am
 We need to help Hugh...Common girls....

http://www.hellomagazine.com/vote/grand-finale2009/menattractive.html
 
 
 
 
dibacelar
27 July 2009 @ 01:55 pm
My friend Luana just sent me those two headers....Fantastic Job!!!




Header 1

Header 2




 
 
dibacelar
27 July 2009 @ 08:32 am
Hugh is number 4...




10.) Gerard Butler: He won you over in PS I Love You, I can definitely see why.

9.) Anderson Cooper: Sex appeal and intelligence. Rare, and yes please.

8.)Tom Hanks: Multi talented, and an understated sexy.

7.) Barack Obama: Tell me who acts more convincingly than the President, go ahead, I’ll wait. Mhmm, that’s what I thought. Anyway, sexy and in power. Nice.

6.) George Clooney: He has been on every sexy list since he was discovered I think. May as well keep him around,yeah?

5.) Hugh Jackman: I can’t explain the quiet sex appeal that IS Hugh Jackman. But it’s there.

4.) Hugh Laurie: Maybe it’s his sarcasm, maybe it’s his wit, maybe it’s his looks, or hell all three, all I know is ME-YOW.

3.) Mel Gibson: If I didn’t put Mel on this list,my own momma would get a hold of me. So, mom, this one is for you!

2.) Hugh Grant: His smile, his accent, he’s just very appealing to me.

and number one, for me, is the epitome of sexy over 40:

1.) Richard Gere: I’d be his Pretty Woman, you know, minus the whole prostitute thing. I,uh, wouldn’t want to have to do THAT.

SOURCE


Thanks to Olga huglauriefanforum for the inhformation