Angelina Jolie ‘steamed’ when Oscar winner mocks her leg pose
BY BILL ZWECKER Columnistemail@example.com February 27, 2012 8:00PM
STANCE PARTNER: Angelina Jolie strikes a pose tha was copied moments later by winning screenwriter Jim Rash. | Mark J. Terrill~AP
Sean young’S WEIRD PAST
1987: Her constant clashes with director Oliver Stone cause her role as Michael Douglas’ wife in “Wall Street” to be greatly reduced.
1988: Former co-star James Woods sues Young for harassing him and his then-fiancee — including her leaving a disfigured doll on his doorstep.
1992: Young shows up on a studio lot in a homemade Catwoman costume hoping to land the “Batman Returns” part that ultimately goes to Michelle Pfeiffer.
2008: Checks into rehab for alcohol addiction.
2011: Is part of “Dr. Drew’s Celebrity Rehab.”
Updated: March 30, 2012 8:03AM
T here were some testy moments Sunday behind the scenes of the Academy Awards.
Though usually known for a healthy sense of humor, Angelina Jolie reportedly was irked after Jim Rash mocked her by standing right next to Jolie and mimicking her pronounced, revealed leg stance and head toss when he hit the stage to share the best adapted screenplay Oscar for “The Descendants.” “Who is that guy?” a backstage source quotes her as snapping when she exited after presenting the original screenplay award that followed. She was quickly told Rash is a veteran comic and co-star of the NBC sitcom “Community.” “She was still pretty steamed but seemed to calm down quickly,” said the source.
“Who is that guy?” a backstage source quotes her as snapping when she exited after presenting the original screenplay award that followed.
She was quickly told Rash is a veteran comic and co-star of the NBC sitcom “Community.”
“She was still pretty steamed but seemed to calm down quickly,” said the source.
SEEN ON THE SCENE: The Hawks’ Jonathan Toews and Daniel Carcillo were spied checking out the new RPM Italian hotspot. . . . “Modern Family” funnyman Ty Burrell was caught by fans exiting the Exhale Spa on the Gold Coast. . . . “Amazing Race” winner and Chicago native Ernie Halvorsen chowed down on those gigantic onion rings at River North’s 25 Degrees. . . . The Packers’ Jermichael Finley made the scene at Hub 51, while the Bears’ Lance Briggs was seen at nearby Studio Paris, joined by Giants’ buddy David Deihl. . . . O.A.R. drummer Chris Culos and (separately) Bravo’s “Flipping Out” star Jenni Pulos and her Chicago fiance, Dr. Jonathan Nassos, hung out at Old Town Social.
Bill Zwecker reports regularly on WFLD-Channel 32.