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February 27, 2007

Grumpy Eastwood Leaves Wife To Apologise On Red Carpet.

Filed under: Uncategorized — enews @ 1:54 pm

Grumpy Eastwood Leaves Wife To Apologise On Red Carpet…. Clint Eastwood baffled TV reporters and his wife Dina alike on the red carpet at the Oscars yesterday (25Feb07), as he joked about the big night’s food choices.

Not a huge fan of the Hollywood system, Eastwood seemed a little disgruntled behind his professional smile – and even his wife was lost for words about his pre-Oscars attitude.

After he told one TV reporter, “I just come here and I get some rubber chicken or something,” and walked away his wife was left to try and explain Eastwood’s emotions.

She said, “I can’t figure him out… I’m sorry.”

Then, acting like his public relations officer, Dina added, “He’ll be happy if he wins and he’ll be probably not very disappointed (sic) if he doesn’t because everybody’s so great this year.”

Meanwhile in other Oscars news
Arkin Scores The First Oscar Night Surprise
Alan Arkin made it a weekend to remember at the Oscars last night when he followed up his Independent Spirit Award win with an Academy Award.

Many experts thought Arkin would lose to Oscars favourite Eddie Murphy in the Best Supporting Actor category, but his role as a curmudgeon in Little Miss Sunshine gave him the edge over the competition at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.

On Saturday (24Feb07), the Catch 22 star scored the first of his weekend double at the Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, California.

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