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Oscars 2012: Costume Design and Makeup winners
Oscars 2012: Costume Design and Makeup winners

The next Oscar of the night was for Costume Design and the winner was Mark Bridges for The Artist, it is his first ever Academy Award win and he was extremely delighted with the win, talking about achieving his childhood dream. It was possibly the most obvious of wins of the night, with The Artist having great costumes, perfect of the era of the movie.

Jennifer Lopez and Cameron Diaz stayed on the stage to award the next Oscar of the evening which was for Makeup and the winner was The Iron Lady. Meryl Streep was in inspired form in The Iron Lady and she was thanked by the Makeup artists for helping them to achieve the Oscar for Makeup. It was their first nomination, so also their first win.
 
More good links take over the Oscars 2012 for now, with a whole host of movie stars, from Tom Cruise to Helen Mirren reminiscing about movies past. The Oscars is moving forward quite rapidly, with the smaller awards flying out in quick succession. Another ad break before the Oscars 2012 continues, with Sandra Bullock up to present an award.
Helen Mirren praises Glee star Kevin McHale
Helen Mirren praises Glee star Kevin McHale

Hollywood legend Helen Mirren has revealed that she is a huge fan of Glee star Kevin McHale, claiming that she believes he has a fantastic singing voice. Helen recently recording her voice over scenes for her guest spot on Glee and, while she admitted that it is difficult to have a favourite, she does have a soft spot for Kevin McHale and his character Artie.

Mirren explained, “I don’t have a favourite. They’re all great. I love the guy in the wheelchair, actually. They did an episode where he gets up and dances. Did you ever see that? He’s got a great voice. He’s a really good actor and that episode where he suddenly got up and danced, it was so moving. It made me cry. And he’s a great dancer! You know, there’s this great dancer who has to spend his life in the wheelchair.”
 
Helen Mirren has already recorded her part for Glee, “I’ve done it. It was really fun. I love that show,” she explained. Helen Mirren will next appear on the big screen when she stars in the foreign movie The Door, which is set to be released later this year.
Helen Mirren set for Glee appearance
Helen Mirren set for Glee appearance

It has been reported that legendary English actress, Helen Mirren is set to appear in a future episode of the hit Fox musical television series Glee, but not in the traditional sense of the word. While many stars have already appeared on Glee to show off their singing abilities or their acting talents, it appears that Helen Mirren is only going to appear in voice.

A Glee insider explained, “Helen came in and secretly recorded several long and hilarious monologues two weeks ago. Then she visited the kids on set, and they had no idea she was coming. They were stunned.” Other than that, not too much information has been given to what we can expect from the Glee character to be voiced by Helen Mirren.
 
Helen Mirren will lend her world famous voice to a Glee character who is, as of yet, unnamed, with the character being specifically written for her. Recently, High School Musical actor, Zac Efron revealed how he would love to make a guest appearance on Glee, as a serial killer. You will be able to hear Helen Mirren on her episode of Glee on the next season of Glee which will premiere next year.
Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, RED 2 to be made
Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, RED 2 to be made
It seems that Bruce Willis is becoming a very busy man, signing on to star in a number of sequels including The Expendables 2 and Die Hard 5. Now he is set to sign on to reprise his role as Frank Moses in the sequel to the surprise hit of 2010, RED.
 
RED starred a number of aging Hollywood legends including Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and Morgan Freeman and the majority of the original cast have already expressed an interest in the sequel. However, if Bruce Willis is to star in it, they will have to delay production until he is free.
 
Jon Hoeber and Erich Hoeber are set to return to screenplay writing duties but it is unclear whether or not, director Robert Schwentke will return to helm the project. With the long list of movies that Bruce Willis currently has in the pipeline, do not expect to see RED 2 anytime before 2015.