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The 73rd Annual Academy Awards

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Julie:  Hi everyone, I’m Julie Moran. The count-down to the 73rd annual Academy Awards has started. So join us as we meet the stars, talk with Oscar 1)nominees2, and catch the glamour3 with People Magazine Style Editor, Steven Koochiekaro. If you look at this crowd, it is a movie-lover’s Hollywood dream come true. And tonight’s all about the excitement of the big screen, and who better represents the best of Hollywood than Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas?

 

Julie:  Welcome, welcome to the pre-show. You both appeared in Traffic, but never in the same scene. Do you plan to work together any time soon?

Catherine Zeta-Jones: Yes, we’re looking for something to do right now. We have a script that we’re preparing.  And someday I’ll get to do some scenes with my husband.

Julie:  Good. You’re working with Julia Roberts. Did you guys talk dresses on the set this week?

Catherine Zeta-Jones: Actually, we did wrap this week, but she always looks gorgeous. And I’m just so thrilled for her. I hope this is going to be her night.

Julie:  Michael, you have presented nine times, Catherine twice, did you give her any tips tonight?

Michael Douglas: She doesn’t need any tips, she’s an old pro4 at this. She’s lucky, she gets over in the beginning of the evening, so she gets to enjoy the show for the rest of the time.

Catherine Zeta-Jones: I’m first up.

Julie:  That’s great.

Chris: He grew up as a 2)hockey fan in the state of 3)Oakland, tonight he goes for an 4)unprecedented 5)hat-trick: three Best Actor Oscars. He’s one of the most talented actors you could possibly imagine, and he’s up this year in Cast Away. And let’s go to Julie, ‘cause she’s with Tom Hanks right now.

Julie:  Look, I am in the middle of... Here they are! I tell ya... look at this. We barely got you up on this 6)platform. I mean they were dragging you down the red carpet.

Tom Hanks: Everything was under control. We left the house early, we thought we were like 7)stepping on the gas...

Julie:  And you’re late. Let me ask you this: when you were working on Bosom5 Buddies6, dressing7 as a woman, did you ever think you’d walk down this carpet, five times as a nominee1?

Tom Hanks: You know, I don’t know how to answer that question... No, I thought I’d be asking people if they wanted lids with that. That’ what I thought. You know.

Julie:  8)Rita, we always 9)evaluate how beautiful you look, let’s evaluate Tom. How did he do tonight?

Tom Hanks: Julie, this bow tie is going to be 10)driving me nuts all night, it’s always going off to the side.

Julie:  You look fabulous8.

Tom Hanks: Thank you.

Julie:  Enjoy the night. Thank you very much, good luck!

 

Chris: She is the only woman to have a number one movie and a number one record at the very same time. And if I could be counsel around in this town I would choose you, Jennifer Lopez, you are once again the goddess of the red carpet.

Jennifer Lopez: Oh. Thank you.

Chris: How did you choose this fabulous dress tonight?

Jennifer Lopez: I... you know, always choose at the last minute, which is bad.

Chris: That’s good, it makes you more 11)improvisational9.

Jennifer Lopez: You know, and what I feel good at the time. It goes  that for me.

Chris: It looks just amazing. Are you looking forward to seeing a lot of your friends in there? It’s a great chance to socialize tonight, isn’t it?

Jennifer Lopez: Yeah, I mean, there’s so many people, it’s like, every time you hear the crowd start screaming, you’re like, who’s there? Who’s there? You know. Oh there’s Angelina Jolie, Kate Hudson! It’s fun, you know?

Chris: Enjoy the 12)mingling. Great seeing ya. Let’s go back stage with Jim Moret.

 

Jim:Chris, there's one person in the  word who could 13)get away with saying,"Jennifer Lopez looks good enough to eat”. That would be 14)Dr. Hannibal Lecture and his 15)alter ego10, Anthony Hopkins. That movie terrified a lot of people, me included.

Anthony Hopkins: Uh-huh, good.  Did you get sick?

Jim: I was not sick, but I was a little 16)queasy. You know some ten years after you 17)originated that role and won an Oscar for it, audiences are embracing this character again.

Anthony Hopkins: I don’t know why, but I’m glad they are.

Jim: Is it difficult when you approach a 18)sequel to try to keep things fresh and new?

Anthony Hopkins: Nah! Nothing is difficult.

Jim: You are somewhat of a 19)chameleon, I’ve seen you play Picasso, I’ve seen you play Nixon. You always seem to immerse yourself in these characters. How do you do that?

Anthony Hopkins: Well, that’s what they pay me to do, so I do it.

Jim: You’re very humble11. You also said that you don’t go to a lot of movies though.

Anthony Hopkins: Not really, I see some good ones like Traffic, and Gladiator, and a few others.

Jim: Are you having a lot of fun here tonight? And I wish you...

Anthony Hopkins: Yeah, I enjoy these. These are fun. And I’m just looking forward to sitting down, watching the show. I don’t have to be nominated or anything, or presenting an award to anyone.

 

Julie:  Julia hi! Can you believe it -- the night is finally here?

Julia Roberts: I know, I know.

Julie:  Your dress looks nice as well!

Julia Roberts: Thank you.

Julie:  What did you guys do this morning?

Julia Roberts: We had breakfast with our family and 20)a bunch of friends.

Julie:  And just kind of laid back?

Julia Roberts: Oh no. We were silly... acrobatics12, and eight tons of bacon, and...

Julie:  21)Benjamin, I know what you love about this lady, it’s her 22)spontaneity. Has she prepared a speech tonight? Or is she going to fly 23)solo?

Benjamin Bratt: She never does, why would she start tonight? Which I find kind of amazing, giving the things that come out of her mouth sometimes. She’s quite herself.

Julie:  I can’t believe, you look gorgeous! But you usually don’t use a stylist, is this vintage? Or is it some creation that you found?

Julia Roberts: Ah no, this is vintage Valentino.

Julie:  Well, I wish you a lot of luck, and thank you so much for joining us.

Julia Roberts: Thanks for having us!

Julie:  You’re welcome.

Jim: Sting is here to perform his Oscar nominated song from The Emperor’s New Groove13. Now you came here with two of your six children, I know your family is very important to you, did you make this film in part because of your kids?

Sting: Yeah, I think you often do things to be cool in the eyes of your children. And I think I’m winning that battle.

Jim: Now Phil Collins and Elton John have both crossed over from pop to the Academy Awards for animated14 films, are you feeling lucky tonight?

Sting: No, I’m actually not feeling terribly lucky tonight. I don’t think I’m going to win. But I’m here to sing the song, and I want people to know. “You know, we should’ve voted for that sing, ‘cause he can sing.”

Jim: What makes the difference between a great movie song and a great song?

Sting: I don’t think there’s any difference, I think a great song is a great song. You know, the 24)context is all the same.

Jim: Best of luck to you tonight, Sting.

Sting: Thank you.

Jim: Thank you.

Sting:  Have a good one.

Julie:  How does it feel to be in the highest grossing, foreign language film of all time?

Michelle Yeoh: I feel(s) wonderful.

Chow Yun Fat: So do I.

Michelle Yeoh: Yeah.

Julie:  When you were making this, did you know that you were making something very special?

Michelle Yeoh: We knew we were doing something very special. I think all of us really looked forward to working with Ang Lee, and then also taking a 25)genre15 that we know so well to the rest of the world. But I think all the elements came together with the Best Actor, the Best Producing Team, you know the music, the director of photography, and then a wonderful director like Ang Lee.

Julie:  Tell me this, how hard was it to learn how to fly?

Chow Yun Fat: She always get used to it, but for me it was the first time hanging in the air, 100 feet away,it was like riding a 26)roller coaster.

Julie:  So a lot of physical training went into this role?

Chow Yun Fat: Uh, yes, yes ma’am.

Julie:  Good luck tonight. Thank you so much for joining us.

Chow Yun Fat: Thank you.

 

Julie:  And checking the clock, we are about sixteen minutes away before the curtain goes up, on the 73rd Academy Awards. And as always the red carpet is a 27)showcase of 28)sumptuous16 style, and now here’s Steven Koochiekaro to give us our first 29)exclusive 30)recap of the brilliant creations that are turning heads here on the red carpet. Steven, what do you think?

Steven: Turning heads indeed, the stars have out-done themselves yet again.

Julie:  They have.

Steven: Let’s take a look. Goldie Hawn, still 31)vamping after all these years in that body hugging Vera Wang.

Julie:  Unbelievable.

Steven: That’s an advertisement for sit-ups, if you ask me. Winona Ryder, 32)funky and yet formal at the same time. I like the shredding17 at the bottom of her dress. Looking absolutely beautiful. Joan Allen, polished in Michael Course, the dress actually has real coral beads18 on it, there’s a fact!

Julie:  Wow!

Steven: Catherine Zeta-Jones, pure Oscar perfection. I’m having a fashion heart attack. Movie star, smoldering19. Sting, I like that he did kinda Cary Grant, old Hollywood classic, and absolutely, and

beautiful. Joaquin Phoenix20, kinda did a new twist on it. He’s in Armani, but I like the long tie. He’s young, he can pull it off. Angelina Jolie, very simple in a Golchen Gavanna 33)tux, but really beautiful. Where are the 34)tattoos?

Julie:  I don’t know.

Steven: I wanna see ‘em!  Ashley Judd, with Shane Armani, went for a kind of “35)flapper” feel, she looks like she could dance all night. Does she need a partner?  Hillary Swank, phenomenal! Shimmering21 in Versace, very Marilyn Monroe, and “36)Happy birthday, Mr. President!”

Julie:  Look at her!

Steven: Halle Barry, 37)luscious22 and soft, in Babs Minish but not that soft, look at all that skin! She looks like she’s been 38)exfoliating for the last six months.Hot! Russel Crowe, going for something a little different in Armani. I actually heard he was going to wear the little leather skirt from Gladiator, but he nicked his leg shaving this morning.

Julie:  Oh, too bad!

Steven: Ouch bloody23! And Samuel L. Jackson, Mr. Cool himself, in Armani. He wanted to be Shaft24 goes to the Oscars. He got it!

Julie:  He got it. What would you say is the fashion trend tonight for the ladies?

Steven: Skin, nature’s fabric25.

Julie:  And for the men?

Steven: For the men, a traditional mixes with some envelope pushers.

Julie:  Great! Thank you so much, Steven!

Steve Martin (MC): Thank you very much. Thank you very much. You know, when they asked me, back inJanuary, if I would host the Oscars, the first thought that came into my mind was, would there be enough time for my face lift to heal. And right now, all over the world, there are eight hundred million people watching us right now. And everyone of them is thinking the exact same thought - that we’re all gay. But that is what is great about show business, it’s a tolerant business. It’s the most tolerant in the world. You have black people, white people, Asians, 39)Hispanics, Jews, Christians26, all working together. All because of a single common love: 40)publicity27. People say to me, “Steve, you’re a Hollywood actor, you must be so separated from the world. How do you keep in touch with ordinary life?” Well, it is possible, and it can be done. Like the other day I was having dinner at my house with 41)Mel, 42)Julia, 43)Tom and 44)Gwyneth. Now, earlier Mel had called and wanted to bring a friend, you know, some guy who helps children. And I said, “Mel, let’s just keep it names above the title.” And he understood and he was fine with that. And then Tom said, “You know, you just can’t get 45)decent sunglasses anymore.” And Julia said, “Well there’s a great sunglasses shop in Beverly Hills.” So I said to Tom, “You know, the next time you have your driver 46)drop your kids off at school, why don’t you have him pick you up a pair of sunglasses?” And Tom said, “Well, I drop my kids off at school.” And I said, “What?” And then Tom said to Gwyneth that he loved Shakespeare In Love, and then Gwyneth said to Tom that she loved Cast Away, and then Julia said to Mel that she loved What Women Want, and Mel said to Julia that he loved Erin Brockovitch, and then it was late and they all went home. And I thought, this is what I’ve always dreamed about: dinner at home with friends where we discuss the arts. So I’m pleased to introduce our first presenter28, one of the stars of Traffic, Catherine Zeta-Jones.

 

Catherine Zeta-Jones: Good evening. Centuries before man knew how to count the years, he knew how to draw pictures. Cavemen illustrated29 their walls with their dreams. Today’s dreams are projected on the walls of 47)multiplexes, illustrated by

the movies’ art directors,  whom we now honor. For Best Achievement in Art Direction, the nominees are: Tim Yip, whose designs provided the perfect setting for blending fantasy and legend in Crouching30 Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Michael Corenblith for the art direction, and Merideth Boswell for the set decoration of that Yule-tide Tale of Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas. Arthur Max for the art direction, and Crispian Sallis for the set decoration that depicted31 the glory of the Roman Empire in Gladiator. Martin Childs for the art direction and Jill Quertier for the set decoration of the pained and 48)turbulent life of the Marquis De Sade in Quills32. And from a different page in French history is the art direction of Jean Rabasse and the set decoration of Francoise Benoit Fresco33 that captured the 49)culinary perfection of  Vatel. And the Oscar goes to Tim Yip for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

 

Russel Crowe: Good’ay folks, how ya doing? On this list of nominees are the people that have thrilled me, astounded34 me, and protected me. I have a great deal of respect for the men and women that do this job. And it’s my privilege to read the nominations35 in the category of editing.  For Almost Famous, Joe Hutshing and Saar Klein; for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Tim Squyres; for Gladiator, Pietro Scalia; for Traffic, Stephen Mirrione; for Wonder Boys, Dede Allen. And the Oscar goes to Stephen Mirrione for Traffic.

 

Chow Yun Fat: Create a cheering crowd in an ancient Roman 50)arena36, make a man turn from skin to bones, or fashion a stone swept ocean. In the world of visual effects, anything is possible.

Michelle Yeoh: That’s right. Even the laws of 51)gravity can be defied in this world. The nominees for Best Achievement in Visual Effects are: Today the 52)coliseum of Rome stands in ruin but in the hands of nominees, John Nelson, Neil Corbould, Tim Burke, and Rob Harvey, the beauty and majesty37 of this ancient arena was restored to its original glory in Gladiator. In Hollow Man, Kevin Bacon plays a doctor who takes his own medicine. (Off screen voice: “I’m starting to feel something.”) Nominees: Scott E. Anderson, Craig Hayes, Scott Stokdyk, and Stan Parks used texture38 mapping and computer animation39 to slowly turn the visible into the invisible. And it was a perfectly40 nice day, when the Andrea Gail set out to sea, only to run into the awesome41 special effects of nominees -- Stefen Fangmeier, Habib Zargarpour, John Frazier and Walt Conti who did indeed create The Perfect Storm.

Chow Yun Fat: And the Oscar goes to... I knew it... your turn.

Michelle Yeoh: Right, go and announce it.

Chow Yun Fat: Your turn.

Michelle Yeoh: And the Oscar goes to Gladiator -- John Nelson, Neil Corbould, Tim Burke, and Rob Harvey.

 

Jenifer Lopez: And the Oscar goes to Bob Dylan for Things Have Changed from Wonder Boys.

 

Angelina Jolie: And the Oscar goes to Benicio Del Toro for Traffic.

 

Hilary Swan: And the Oscar goes to Russel Crowe in Gladiator.

第七十三届奥斯卡颁奖晚会

 

朱丽:大家好,我是朱丽·莫兰。第三十七届奥斯卡奖颁奖晚会将要揭幕,倒数计时已经开始。现在与我们一起去会一会明星们,访谈奥斯卡奖提名者,并与《人物》杂志的时装编辑史蒂文·库奇卡罗一起评点美丽的时装。看看这些人,那是一个影迷的好莱坞梦实现了。今晚是影坛盛事,除了凯瑟琳·泽塔-琼斯和迈克尔·道格拉斯,还有谁能更好地代表好莱坞呢?

 

朱丽:欢迎,欢迎来到颁奖前花絮。你们俩双双参加了《毒品网络》的演出,但没有在同一幕里出现。你们以后还有再合作的计划吗?

凯瑟琳·泽塔-琼斯:有的,我们现在就在物色。我们已经准备好了一个剧本。很快我就会和丈夫一起拍戏了。

朱丽:好。你正与朱丽娅·罗伯茨一起拍戏。这周你们有没有在片场研究时装?

凯瑟琳·泽塔-琼斯∶事实上,我们这周刚拍完那部电影,她看起来总是那么美丽。我为她感到很开心。我希望今晚她会大获而归。

朱丽:迈克尔,你曾九度颁奖,凯瑟琳颁过两次,你今晚有没有给她传授一些经验?

迈克尔·道格拉斯:她不需要传授什么经验,她自己做这些是轻车熟路。她很幸运,是今晚的头一名颁奖人,后面就可以轻松地欣赏晚会了。

凯瑟琳·泽塔-琼斯:我是第一个颁奖。

朱丽:太棒了。

 

克里斯∶他来自奥克兰,自小是个曲棍球迷,今晚他企图刷新纪录:三度问鼎奥斯卡影帝宝座。他就是你所能想到的最才华横溢的演员之一--汤姆·汉克斯,今年因《荒岛余生》而被提名。我们且看看朱丽,因为她现在正与汤姆·汉克斯一起。

朱丽∶我正置身于…… 他们来了!我跟你说…… 看呀。我们差点就访问不成你了,我是说我几乎是强行把你们从红地毯上拉下来的。

汤姆·汉克斯:一切还尽在掌握中。我们一早离开家,我们还觉得赶得够快的……

朱丽:结果却还迟到了。我问你:当你在《女朋友》中女扮男装时,可曾想到会踏上这红地毯,第五次接受提名?

汤姆·汉克斯:我可不知怎么回答才好……不,我当时以为还会四处问人们是否要盖子呢。你知道,我那时就是这么想的。

朱丽∶丽达,我们总是评论你有多美,现在我们来评一评汤姆。他今晚怎样?

汤姆·汉克斯:朱丽,这领结今晚会让我发疯的,因为它总是歪到一边。

朱丽:你看起来很精神。

汤姆·汉克斯:谢谢。

朱丽:祝你们有个美好的夜晚。非常感谢,愿你好运!

 

克里斯∶她是唯一同时拥有卖座电影和热销唱片的女性。如果让我来说,我一定会选你--詹妮弗·洛佩兹--你再次成为了红地毯上的女神。

詹妮弗·洛佩兹:哦。谢谢。

克里斯:你今晚是怎么挑选出这套光彩夺目的服装的?

詹妮弗·洛佩兹:我总临时抱佛脚,这真要不得。

克里斯∶不会,那使你更具随意美了。

詹妮弗·洛佩兹:你知道,我总是在最后时刻喜欢什么便选什么穿。我就是这个样。

克里斯∶它看起来太漂亮了。你是否希望能在这里见到许多朋友?你大可趁机和他们寒暄一番,不是吗?

詹妮弗·洛佩兹∶是的,我是说,这儿人真多,每次人群发出尖叫声,你就会想,谁来了?谁来了?你知道。噢,有安芝莉娜·祖莉,有凯特·赫德逊。真快活,是吧?

克里斯∶祝你玩得开心。见到你真高兴。让我们看看后台的吉姆·莫利吧。

 

吉姆:克里斯,世界上有一个人会说:詹妮弗·洛佩兹看起来很好吃。这人就是汉尼巴·莱克屈博士以及他的另一面--安东尼·霍普金斯。那部影片吓着很多人,包括我在内。

安东尼·霍普金斯∶啊,很好。你感到很恶心吗?

吉姆∶我没恶心,可我有点不舒服。你知道,自从十年前你扮演过这个角色并赢得奥斯卡奖后,如今观众又可以有幸目睹这一角色了。

安东尼·霍普金斯:我不知道是什么原因,不过我很高兴他们会喜欢。

吉姆∶要拍续集并保持新鲜感你认为有困难吗?

安东尼·霍普金斯∶不难!一点也不难。

吉姆∶你真是演什么像什么,我看过你演的毕加索,看过你演的尼克松。你似乎总是很能使自己穿透角色。你是怎么做到的?

安东尼·霍普金斯∶啊,受人钱财只能做好。

吉姆:你太谦虚了。你还说过不怎么看电影。

安东尼·霍普金斯∶也不是,我看了一些好电影,比如《毒品网络》、《角斗士》,还有其他一些片子。

吉姆∶你今晚过得好吗?我希望你……

安东尼·霍普金斯∶是的,我很愉快。很开心。我只希望能坐下来看演出,不必非给提名或其他什么的不可,也不必颁奖给谁。

 

朱丽:朱丽娅你好!你相信吗?这一晚终于到来了!

朱丽娅·罗伯茨∶是啊,是啊。

朱丽:你的衣服看起来也很漂亮呢!

朱丽娅·罗伯茨∶谢谢。

朱丽:你们今早都做了些什么?

朱丽娅·罗伯茨∶我们和一群亲友一起吃早点。

朱丽:算是放松吗?

朱丽娅·罗伯茨∶哦,不是。我们傻了一样闹来闹去的,吃了好多熏肉……

朱丽:本杰明,我知道你为什么会爱这位女士,她很率真。她今晚有没有准备好致谢辞?还是她打算即兴?

本杰明·布莱德∶她从不预备,今晚为何会破例?我觉得这正是她的魅力所在,有时候张口就能说。

朱丽:我难以置信,你看起来光彩照人!不过你从不怎么用找形象设计师,这是古董晚装?还是新的发现?

朱丽娅·罗伯茨:不,这是Valentino的古董晚装。

朱丽:好吧,祝你好运,谢谢你接受访问。

朱丽娅·罗伯茨:谢谢你访问我们!

朱丽:不用谢。

 

吉姆:史汀要演唱他在《变身国王》中获提名奖的歌曲。你六个孩子中带了两个过来,我明白你很爱家人,你制作该部电影是不是有部分原因是为了你的孩子呢?

史汀:是的,我想你会常做些能讨你孩子欢心的事情吧。我想我做得很不错。

吉姆:菲尔·柯林斯和艾尔顿·约翰都曾以演唱动画片歌曲进军奥斯卡奖,你认为今晚运气如何?

史汀:不,其实我觉得今晚没什么运气。我认为我不会拿奖。我是特来献唱的,你知道,好让没投票给我的人后悔说:“我们早该投票给史汀,他唱得很好。”

吉姆∶一首好的电影歌曲与一首好歌曲有什么不同?

史汀:我不认为有什么不同,好歌就是好歌。在哪里都是好歌。

吉姆∶愿你今晚好运,史汀。

史汀:谢谢。

吉姆:谢谢你。

史汀:祝你开心。

 

朱丽:参与了历来最卖座的外语影片有何感受?

杨紫琼:感觉太棒了。

周润发:我也同样。

杨紫琼:是啊。

朱丽:你们拍片的时候,知不知道自己在拍一部非常独特的片子?

杨紫琼:我们知道拍的片子很独特。我认为所有人都非常希望能与李安导演合作,并把我们熟知的片种推向世界其他地方。但我想本片汇集了所有一流的因素--有最好的演员、最好的制作群,还有音乐、摄影师,还有像李安这样的优秀导演。

朱丽∶告诉我,飞檐走壁难不难学?

周润发:她是难不倒的,我却是第一次给吊在一百尺的高空上,就好像坐过山车

似的。

朱丽:为这个角色做了大量的体能训练吧?

周润发:唔,是的,是的,小姐。

朱丽:今晚好运。谢谢你们接受采访。

周润发:谢谢。

 

朱丽:看看时间,我们离第73届奥斯卡奖颁奖仪式揭幕还有16分钟。红地毯上一如既往的衣香鬓影,现请史蒂文·库奇卡罗首先对这些引人注目的亮丽服饰给我们做个独家评点。史蒂文,你的看法如何?

史蒂文:的的确确是引人注目,明星们再一次大放异彩。

朱丽:对。

史蒂文:我们一起来看看。高蒂·霍恩穿上Vera Wang的设计,魅力不减当年。

朱丽:真是难以置信。

史蒂文:如果你问我,我会说那是仰卧起坐的功效。薇奥娜·赖德,看起来大方而不失致趣。我喜欢她裙裾的小碎布。看起来真是漂亮极了。琼·爱伦,一身Michael Course设计完美无暇,裙上缀有红色的珠子,千真万确!

朱丽:哗!

史蒂文:凯瑟琳·泽塔-琼斯,这套奥斯卡晚装完美无暇,令我目眩心荡。电影明星,叫人心动。史汀,我喜欢他那种加利·格兰特式的打扮,好莱

坞的老派经典,真是器宇轩昂。贾奎·菲尼克斯做了全新的尝试。他身着Armani,可我喜欢长领带。他很年轻,这身打扮帅得很。安芝莉娜·祖莉的Golchen Gavanna礼服简单漂亮。纹身在哪?

朱丽:我不知道。

史蒂文:我真想看看!艾希礼·朱迪穿的Armani,有点飘逸的感觉,她看起来就像可以整晚地跳舞。她需要舞伴吗?希拉里·斯万,超众脱俗!穿着Versace服装,很有玛丽莲·梦露的味道,“生日快乐,总统先生!”

朱丽:瞧她!

史蒂文:海勒·巴利,穿着Babs Minish礼服显得温柔动人,不过她那一身皮肤看上去可不温柔似乎半年前就开始在脱皮了。太性感了罗素.克罗穿上Armani礼服别有风味。事实上我听说他本来打算穿《角斗士》中的小皮裙,不过早刮脚的时候弄伤了腿。

朱丽:噢,太糟了!

史蒂文:呀呀老天还有山缪.L.杰克逊---酷面先生本人也穿了Armani。以他演的辣手神探装束来到现场。太像了!

朱丽:十足像。你认为今晚女士们的晚装潮流是什么?

史蒂文:皮肤。天然布料。

朱丽:男士的呢?

史蒂文:男真正的方面则揉和了传统与创新。

朱丽:太棒了! 非常感谢,史蒂文!

史蒂夫马丁(大会主席):非常感谢。非常感谢。大家知道,当他们原来在一月份问我是否愿意主持奥斯卡颁奖晚会时,我首先想到的就是:不知是否够时间让我拉过面皮的脸复原。现在全球有八亿人在收看我们,就在此时此刻。他们每人都在想着同样的一个问题--我们都是同性恋。可是演艺事业的伟大之处就是:这是一行具容忍力的事业。是世界上最有容人之量的行业。黑人、白人、亚洲人、西班牙人、犹太人、基督徒都在一起工作,全部心怀同样的热爱:出名。人们问我:“史蒂夫,你是名好莱坞演员,一定与世界很隔离。你的日常生活是怎样的?”日常是有的,是可行的。正如一日,我在家里与梅尔、朱丽娅、汤姆、格温妮丝一起进餐。早些时候梅尔曾打了电话来说想带一个朋友过来,你知道,是要帮助儿童的某人。我于是说:“梅尔,有名气的才带过来。”他很理解,觉得没问题。然后汤姆说:“唉,再也买不到高档的太阳镜了。”于是朱丽娅说:“贝弗利山庄有家很不错的眼镜店。”然后我对汤姆说:“下回你的司机开车送孩子上学时,何不让他顺道载你去买副太阳镜?”汤姆说:“啊,我亲自开车送孩子去上学。”我于是说:“什么?”接着汤姆对格温妮丝说喜欢看她的《莎翁情史》,格温妮丝对汤姆说她喜欢他的《荒岛余生》,然后朱丽娅对梅尔说喜欢他的《女人要什么》,梅尔对朱丽娅说他喜欢《永不妥协》,再下来天晚了,他们就都回家去了。我想:这就是我一直所梦想的啊:与三五知己在家里进餐并谈论艺术。下面我很高兴地向大家介绍第一位颁奖嘉宾--凯瑟琳·泽塔-琼斯。

 

凯瑟琳·泽塔-琼斯∶晚上好。早在远古的人们知道计算年月之前,他们就懂得了绘画。原始人在墙上画下他们的梦想。如今我们把梦想投射到剧院的墙上,由电影艺术指导表现出来,现在我们要对这些艺术指导进行嘉奖。获得最佳艺术指导提名奖的有:叶锦添--他的设计为《卧虎藏龙》提供揉合了梦幻与传说的完美布景。迈克尔·科伦布利斯担任艺术指导、麦里德斯·波斯威尔担任《圣诞怪杰》圣诞故事中的布景设计。亚瑟·麦克斯担任艺术指导、克利斯班·萨利斯担任布景设计展现出罗马帝国辉煌的《角斗士》。马丁·丘德斯担任艺术指导、吉尔·奎提尔担任布景设计在《鹅毛笔》中描述了德塞得侯爵苦难而激情的一生。掀开法国历史的另一页,珍·拉巴斯担任艺术指导、弗兰西·贝诺·弗拉斯哥担任布景设计,在《欲望巴黎》里演绎出烹饪的完美境界。最后,获奖者是《卧虎藏龙》的叶锦添。

 

罗素·克罗∶各位好!提名者名单使我激动、惊讶,是他们使我得到保护。我向该项工作的各位人士表达无限敬意。我很荣幸地宣读获最佳影片剪辑提名者的名单:《近乎成名》的乔·哈特兴与萨尔·科莱恩;《卧虎藏龙》的提姆·史奎勒斯;《角斗士》的皮特罗·斯加利亚;《毒品网络》的史蒂芬·米利恩;《神奇小子》的迪迪·艾伦。获奖者是《毒品网络》的史蒂芬·米利恩。

 

周润发:制作出古罗马竞技场欢呼的观众,令人由皮肉化为白骨,表现出汹涌澎湃的海洋。在视觉效果的世界里,一切都变成可能。

杨紫琼:对。即使是这世界的万有引力也能重新定义。以下是获最佳视觉效果提名奖的人。今天,在约翰·尼尔森、尼尔·科保、提姆·伯克与罗拨·哈卫的手里,罗马圆形剧场从废墟中立起,古代竞技场的壮美在《角斗士》中恢复了它的原貌。在《隐形人》里,凯文·培根扮演一名服下自己制的药的医生。(电影旁白:我开始有感觉了。)提名奖获得者是斯科特·E·安德森、克雷格·海斯、斯科特·史多戴克和史丹·帕克斯,他们使用纹理绘制与电脑动画将人形渐渐化为无形。这一天,安德利·盖尔出海的时候原来是风平浪静,后来却进入到这些提名奖获得者的精彩特效中--史蒂芬·凡格麦尔、哈毕·扎拉加保与华尔特·康尼逼真地制作出了《完美风暴》。

周润发∶获奖者是……我早就知道了……你来说。

杨紫琼∶好吧,你说吧。

周润发∶你说。

杨紫琼∶获奖者是《角斗士》的约翰·尼尔森、尼尔·科保、提姆·伯克和罗拨·哈卫。

 

詹妮弗.洛佩兹:获奖者是鲍勃.迪伦,他演唱《神奇小子》中的《转变》

 

安芝莉娜.祖莉:获奖者了《毒品网络》中的本尼西奥德尔.托罗

 

希拉里.斯万:获奖者是《角斗士》的罗素.克罗

 

1) nominee  n. 提名人

2) hockey  n. 曲棍球              3) Oakland n. 奥克兰,美国加州西部一港埠。

4) unprecedented  a. 空前的

5) hat-trick  球中指连续使三个击球员退场,也指其他运动或活动中类似的成就。

6) platform  n. 平台           

7) step on the gas (俚语)赶紧,赶快

8) Rita Wilson,汤姆·汉克斯的妻子  9) evaluate v. 评价,估计  10) drive sb. nuts 使某人生气,发疯

11) improvisational a. 即兴的   12) mingle42 v. 混合

13) get away with 做了坏事而不受惩罚

14) Dr. Hannibal Lecture是电影《Hannibal》的主角,由安东尼·霍普金斯主演。

15) alter ego 个性的另一面 

16) queasy  a. 局促不安的,不舒服的  17) originate v. 发明

18) sequel  n. 续集,下篇  

19) chameleon  n. 变色龙 20) a bunch of (俚)一群,一帮

21) 即Benjamin Bratt,Julia Roberts的男友。   

22) spontaneity  n. 想到什么便说什么的自发性

23) solo adv. 单独地

24) context  n. 上下文

25) genre n. 类型,流派

26) roller coaster 过山车   

27) showcase  n. 陈列橱,展示优点的地方

28) sumptuous a. 奢侈的,华丽的

29) exclusive  a. 独家的 3

30) recap n. 概括,重述

31) vamp v. 以女性的魅力引诱  

32) funky  a. (美俚)有感情和韵律的

33) tux n. 男士无尾半正式晚礼服    34) tattoo  n. 纹身,刺青注释:

39) Hispanic n.  西班牙裔美国人  

40) publicity n. 出名,出风头   41) 即Mel Gibson。

42) 即Julia Roberts。  

43) 即Tom Hanks。 

44) 即Gwyneth Paltrow。  

45) decent n. 大方得体的

35) flapper n. (二十年代用俚语)服装奇异举止轻浮的少女

36) 玛丽莲·梦露曾在肯尼迪总统生日晚会上唱过的歌曲。

37) luscious a. 动人的

38) exfoliate  v. 脱片,脱鳞

39) Hispanic  n.  西班牙裔美国人   40) publicity  n. 出名,出风头  

41) 即Mel Gibson。

42) 即Julia Roberts。  

43) 即Tom Hanks。 

44) 即Gwyneth Paltrow。  

45) decent n. 大方得体的

46) drop off 送某人到某处     

47) multiplex  n. 多样性,复合性

48) turbulent a. 狂烈的,汹涌的    49) culinary  a. 烹饪的

50) arena  n. 竞技场

51) gravity] n. 引力,重力   

52) coliseum  n. 大体育馆,大剧场

 


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1 nominee FHLxv     
n.被提名者;被任命者;被推荐者
参考例句:
  • His nominee for vice president was elected only after a second ballot.他提名的副总统在两轮投票后才当选。
  • Mr.Francisco is standing as the official nominee for the post of District Secretary.弗朗西斯科先生是行政书记职位的正式提名人。
2 nominees 3e8d8b25ccc8228c71eef17be7bb2d5f     
n.被提名者,被任命者( nominee的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • She's one of the nominees. 她是被提名者之一。 来自超越目标英语 第2册
  • A startling number of his nominees for senior positions have imploded. 他所提名的高级官员被否决的数目令人震惊。 来自互联网
3 glamour Keizv     
n.魔力,魅力;vt.迷住
参考例句:
  • Foreign travel has lost its glamour for her.到国外旅行对她已失去吸引力了。
  • The moonlight cast a glamour over the scene.月光给景色增添了魅力。
4 pro tk3zvX     
n.赞成,赞成的意见,赞成者
参考例句:
  • The two debating teams argued the question pro and con.辩论的两组从赞成与反对两方面辩这一问题。
  • Are you pro or con nuclear disarmament?你是赞成还是反对核裁军?
5 bosom Lt9zW     
n.胸,胸部;胸怀;内心;adj.亲密的
参考例句:
  • She drew a little book from her bosom.她从怀里取出一本小册子。
  • A dark jealousy stirred in his bosom.他内心生出一阵恶毒的嫉妒。
6 buddies ea4cd9ed8ce2973de7d893f64efe0596     
n.密友( buddy的名词复数 );同伴;弟兄;(用于称呼男子,常带怒气)家伙v.(如密友、战友、伙伴、弟兄般)交往( buddy的第三人称单数 );做朋友;亲近(…);伴护艾滋病人
参考例句:
  • We became great buddies. 我们成了非常好的朋友。 来自辞典例句
  • The two of them have become great buddies. 他们俩成了要好的朋友。 来自辞典例句
7 dressing 1uOzJG     
n.(食物)调料;包扎伤口的用品,敷料
参考例句:
  • Don't spend such a lot of time in dressing yourself.别花那么多时间来打扮自己。
  • The children enjoy dressing up in mother's old clothes.孩子们喜欢穿上妈妈旧时的衣服玩。
8 fabulous ch6zI     
adj.极好的;极为巨大的;寓言中的,传说中的
参考例句:
  • We had a fabulous time at the party.我们在晚会上玩得很痛快。
  • This is a fabulous sum of money.这是一笔巨款。
9 improvisational 56e10f67c333e3c46447b23bb595a274     
adj. 即兴的
参考例句:
  • I have never been at games like charades or improvisational acting. 您从来都唔擅长玩“有口难言”或者“即席表演”之类既游戏。
  • I'm practicing self-control, those random and improvisational acts aren't allowed. 我在练习控制自己,那些随意的、即兴的举动是不允许的。
10 ego 7jtzw     
n.自我,自己,自尊
参考例句:
  • He is absolute ego in all thing.在所有的事情上他都绝对自我。
  • She has been on an ego trip since she sang on television.她上电视台唱过歌之后就一直自吹自擂。
11 humble ddjzU     
adj.谦卑的,恭顺的;地位低下的;v.降低,贬低
参考例句:
  • In my humble opinion,he will win the election.依我拙见,他将在选举中获胜。
  • Defeat and failure make people humble.挫折与失败会使人谦卑。
12 acrobatics IzgzpT     
n.杂技
参考例句:
  • Acrobatics is hard to learn but beautiful to watch.杂技不好学,但很好看。
  • We watched a performance which included a puppet show and acrobatics.我们观看了一场演出,内容有木偶和杂技。
13 groove JeqzD     
n.沟,槽;凹线,(刻出的)线条,习惯
参考例句:
  • They're happy to stay in the same old groove.他们乐于墨守成规。
  • The cupboard door slides open along the groove.食橱门沿槽移开。
14 animated Cz7zMa     
adj.生气勃勃的,活跃的,愉快的
参考例句:
  • His observations gave rise to an animated and lively discussion.他的言论引起了一场气氛热烈而活跃的讨论。
  • We had an animated discussion over current events last evening.昨天晚上我们热烈地讨论时事。
15 genre ygPxi     
n.(文学、艺术等的)类型,体裁,风格
参考例句:
  • My favorite music genre is blues.我最喜欢的音乐种类是布鲁斯音乐。
  • Superficially,this Shakespeare's work seems to fit into the same genre.从表面上看, 莎士比亚的这个剧本似乎属于同一类型。
16 sumptuous Rqqyl     
adj.豪华的,奢侈的,华丽的
参考例句:
  • The guests turned up dressed in sumptuous evening gowns.客人们身着华丽的夜礼服出现了。
  • We were ushered into a sumptuous dining hall.我们被领进一个豪华的餐厅。
17 shredding 5d52274bcc6c4b67c83aca2284867ccd     
v.撕碎,切碎( shred的现在分词 );用撕毁机撕毁(文件)
参考例句:
  • Like the Tehran experience, the shredding may be all for naught. 如同德黑兰事件中的情况一样,切碎文件可能是徒劳的。 来自时文部分
  • How shredding began is subject to some guesswork. 粉碎处理行业的起源是个有争议的问题。 来自时文部分
18 beads 894701f6859a9d5c3c045fd6f355dbf5     
n.(空心)小珠子( bead的名词复数 );水珠;珠子项链
参考例句:
  • a necklace of wooden beads 一条木珠项链
  • Beads of perspiration stood out on his forehead. 他的前额上挂着汗珠。
19 smoldering e8630fc937f347478071b5257ae5f3a3     
v.用文火焖烧,熏烧,慢燃( smolder的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • The mat was smoldering where the burning log had fallen. 燃烧的木棒落下的地方垫子慢慢燃烧起来。 来自辞典例句
  • The wood was smoldering in the fireplace. 木柴在壁炉中闷烧。 来自辞典例句
20 phoenix 7Njxf     
n.凤凰,长生(不死)鸟;引申为重生
参考例句:
  • The airline rose like a phoenix from the ashes.这家航空公司又起死回生了。
  • The phoenix worship of China is fetish worship not totem adoration.中国凤崇拜是灵物崇拜而非图腾崇拜。
21 shimmering 0a3bf9e89a4f6639d4583ea76519339e     
v.闪闪发光,发微光( shimmer的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • The sea was shimmering in the sunlight. 阳光下海水波光闪烁。
  • The colours are delicate and shimmering. 这些颜色柔和且闪烁微光。 来自辞典例句
22 luscious 927yw     
adj.美味的;芬芳的;肉感的,引与性欲的
参考例句:
  • The watermelon was very luscious.Everyone wanted another slice.西瓜很可口,每个人都想再来一片。
  • What I like most about Gabby is her luscious lips!我最喜欢的是盖比那性感饱满的双唇!
23 bloody kWHza     
adj.非常的的;流血的;残忍的;adv.很;vt.血染
参考例句:
  • He got a bloody nose in the fight.他在打斗中被打得鼻子流血。
  • He is a bloody fool.他是一个十足的笨蛋。
24 shaft YEtzp     
n.(工具的)柄,杆状物
参考例句:
  • He was wounded by a shaft.他被箭击中受伤。
  • This is the shaft of a steam engine.这是一个蒸汽机主轴。
25 fabric 3hezG     
n.织物,织品,布;构造,结构,组织
参考例句:
  • The fabric will spot easily.这种织品很容易玷污。
  • I don't like the pattern on the fabric.我不喜欢那块布料上的图案。
26 Christians 28e6e30f94480962cc721493f76ca6c6     
n.基督教徒( Christian的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Christians of all denominations attended the conference. 基督教所有教派的人都出席了这次会议。
  • His novel about Jesus caused a furore among Christians. 他关于耶稣的小说激起了基督教徒的公愤。
27 publicity ASmxx     
n.众所周知,闻名;宣传,广告
参考例句:
  • The singer star's marriage got a lot of publicity.这位歌星的婚事引起了公众的关注。
  • He dismissed the event as just a publicity gimmick.他不理会这件事,只当它是一种宣传手法。
28 presenter llRzYi     
n.(电视、广播的)主持人,赠与者
参考例句:
  • Most people think being a television presenter is exciting.很多人认为当电视节目主持人是一件刺激的事情。
  • The programme dispensed with its most popular presenter.这个节目最受欢迎的主持人被换掉了。
29 illustrated 2a891807ad5907f0499171bb879a36aa     
adj. 有插图的,列举的 动词illustrate的过去式和过去分词
参考例句:
  • His lecture was illustrated with slides taken during the expedition. 他在讲演中使用了探险时拍摄到的幻灯片。
  • The manufacturing Methods: Will be illustrated in the next chapter. 制作方法将在下一章说明。
30 crouching crouching     
v.屈膝,蹲伏( crouch的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • a hulking figure crouching in the darkness 黑暗中蹲伏着的一个庞大身影
  • A young man was crouching by the table, busily searching for something. 一个年轻人正蹲在桌边翻看什么。 来自汉英文学 - 散文英译
31 depicted f657dbe7a96d326c889c083bf5fcaf24     
描绘,描画( depict的过去式和过去分词 ); 描述
参考例句:
  • Other animals were depicted on the periphery of the group. 其他动物在群像的外围加以修饰。
  • They depicted the thrilling situation to us in great detail. 他们向我们详细地描述了那激动人心的场面。
32 quills a65f94ad5cb5e1bc45533b2cf19212e8     
n.(刺猬或豪猪的)刺( quill的名词复数 );羽毛管;翮;纡管
参考例句:
  • Quills were the chief writing implement from the 6th century AD until the advent of steel pens in the mid 19th century. 从公元6世纪到19世纪中期钢笔出现以前,羽毛笔是主要的书写工具。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Defensive quills dot the backs of these troublesome creatures. 防御性的刺长在这些讨人厌的生物背上。 来自互联网
33 fresco KQRzs     
n.壁画;vt.作壁画于
参考例句:
  • This huge fresco is extremely clear and just like nature itself.It is very harmonious.这一巨幅壁画,清晰有致且又浑然天成,十分和谐。
  • So it is quite necessary to study the influence of visual thinking over fresco.因此,研究视觉思维对壁画的影响和作用是十分必要的。
34 astounded 7541fb163e816944b5753491cad6f61a     
v.使震惊(astound的过去式和过去分词);愕然;愕;惊讶
参考例句:
  • His arrogance astounded her. 他的傲慢使她震惊。
  • How can you say that? I'm absolutely astounded. 你怎么能说出那种话?我感到大为震惊。
35 nominations b4802078efbd3da66d5889789cd2e9ca     
n.提名,任命( nomination的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Nominations are invited for the post of party chairman. 为党主席职位征集候选人。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Much coverage surrounded his abortive bids for the 1960,1964, and 1968 Republican Presidential nominations. 许多消息报道都围绕着1960年、1964年和1968年他为争取提名为共和党总统候选人所做努力的失败。 来自辞典例句
36 arena Yv4zd     
n.竞技场,运动场所;竞争场所,舞台
参考例句:
  • She entered the political arena at the age of 25. 她25岁进入政界。
  • He had not an adequate arena for the exercise of his talents.他没有充分发挥其才能的场所。
37 majesty MAExL     
n.雄伟,壮丽,庄严,威严;最高权威,王权
参考例句:
  • The king had unspeakable majesty.国王有无法形容的威严。
  • Your Majesty must make up your mind quickly!尊贵的陛下,您必须赶快做出决定!
38 texture kpmwQ     
n.(织物)质地;(材料)构造;结构;肌理
参考例句:
  • We could feel the smooth texture of silk.我们能感觉出丝绸的光滑质地。
  • Her skin has a fine texture.她的皮肤细腻。
39 animation UMdyv     
n.活泼,兴奋,卡通片/动画片的制作
参考例句:
  • They are full of animation as they talked about their childhood.当他们谈及童年的往事时都非常兴奋。
  • The animation of China made a great progress.中国的卡通片制作取得很大发展。
40 perfectly 8Mzxb     
adv.完美地,无可非议地,彻底地
参考例句:
  • The witnesses were each perfectly certain of what they said.证人们个个对自己所说的话十分肯定。
  • Everything that we're doing is all perfectly above board.我们做的每件事情都是光明正大的。
41 awesome CyCzdV     
adj.令人惊叹的,难得吓人的,很好的
参考例句:
  • The church in Ireland has always exercised an awesome power.爱尔兰的教堂一直掌握着令人敬畏的权力。
  • That new white convertible is totally awesome.那辆新的白色折篷汽车简直棒极了.
42 mingle 3Dvx8     
vt.使混合,使相混;vi.混合起来;相交往
参考例句:
  • If we mingle with the crowd,we should not be noticed.如果我们混在人群中,就不会被注意到。
  • Oil will not mingle with water.油和水不相融。
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