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The Best and Worst of the Peace Love Wax Awards 2015 are here.
Now it’s time to look back at some of the nominees, as well as some of what you might have missed.
The Best Actress: Kate Winslet.
Alicia Keys, The Imitation Game (HBO) “Kate Winslet is a brilliant actress, and her role in The Imitation Games was one of the best performances I’ve seen in a film in quite some time.”
B. The Worst Actor: Robert De Niro.
“I have no words for Robert DeNiro, who has had to deal with some of our worst actors in the world, including Donald Trump and Harvey Weinstein.
But I’ll be honest, I’m not a big fan of his performance in The Master.”
The Sexiest Actress: Alicia Vikander.
The Danish actress is currently the most-watched actress on Twitter with almost 9.8 million followers.
“This is the sexiest I’ve ever been.
I’ve never seen a sexier face in a movie.”
D. The Most Popular Celebrity: Beyonce.
Beyoncé is the most searched person on Twitter, with more than 100 million searches.
“Beyonce is a superstar and has been for a while now.
The music video for ‘Control’ is a smash hit, and she is one of my favorite performers.”
The Coolest Actress: Ellen Page.
Ellie Page, who starred in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, is the third-most-followed actress on Instagram with nearly 2 million followers, according to Buzzfeed.
She also has a personal Instagram account, which has more than 3.4 million followers and has more videos than any other actress.
The Cheapest Actress: Amy Adams.
Amy Adams is the second-most popular actress on Amazon with more 5.7 million followers on Instagram.
Her $35 million career was a huge deal in the 1970s, when she starred in the sci-fi classic The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
The Superlative Actor: Matthew McConaughey.
Matthew McConaughy is a “big star,” but he’s not really a big star.
He’s a movie star, but not a star in the big-budget movies he has been in.
His performance in Crazy Rich Asians has been lauded for its authenticity, but it’s also been criticized for its excessive violence.
The Iconic Star: Scarlett Johansson.
Scarlett Johansson, who played the lead in the 2008 blockbuster Captain America: The Winter Soldier, is the first person to win two Oscars in one year.
It was the second time she had won for the role.
Johansson also became the first female actor to win three Oscars in a row.
The Biggest Award: The Oscar for Best Actress.
“The Oscar for best actress was really something.
Dwayne Johnson has been a major star in his own right for a long time.
He was nominated for a third time, this time for The Shape of Water.
And it’s going to be a really tough task to top that.”
The Winner: Julianne Moore.
Julie Delpy is one-half of the popular TV series Mad Men, which won two Emmy Awards.
This year, she took home the actress award for Best Supporting Actress.
Moore won for her portrayal of Don Draper on Mad Men, as he struggles to navigate the highs and lows of being a high-priced lawyer.
She is also a former model, so it was her best acting nod.
The First Time Award: Jennifer Lawrence.
Jennifer Lawrence, who plays the role of a new mother in the upcoming film Aquaman, won the actress category for her role.
Lawrence was nominated twice for the award, in 2002 for her performance as Lois Lane in Toy Story 2 and in 2010 for her work as a teacher in Transformers: Age of Extinction.
The Moment of Best Breakthrough: Cameron Diaz.
Cameras are amazing, and Diaz has made her mark in the industry by breaking through in one of these areas.
After starring in the film The Martian in 2014, Diaz was cast in Thor: Ragnarok, and she made her film debut in Justice League in 2020.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Diaz talked about how she felt when she was cast.
“[It was] a real moment.
You get this big picture moment that you feel, ‘Oh my God, it’s real.
I was just excited to play this character”
When I first got the part, I was like, ‘I don’t know if I can do this.’
I was just excited to play this character