Orlando Bloom and Kate Bosworth Split
LOS ANGELES - Hollywood couple Orlando Bloom and
Kate Bosworth have split after dating for nearly three years, People magazine reported Monday.
"They did decide to take some time apart due to their upcoming work schedule, and they remain very close," the couple's
representative, Robin Baum, told the magazine. "It was a mutual decision."
Bloom, 28, has starred most recently in the "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy and last year's "Troy."
Bosworth, 22, who starred in the 2002 film "Blue Crush," played Sandra Dee in last year's "Beyond the Sea," about the 1950s
crooner Bobby Darin.
The couple began dating in the spring of 2002.
Bloom to Present at the Oscars
Source: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
January 21, 2005
Actor Orlando Bloom
has been tapped to present at the 77th Academy Awards®, telecast producer Gil Cates announced today. This will be his first
appearance as a presenter on the show.
Bloom next starts production on the sequel to Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
. Best known from "The Lord of the Rings
" trilogy, Bloom will be seen next in Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven
and Cameron Crowe's Elizabethtown
Nominations for the 77th Academy Awards® will be announced on Tuesday, January 25 by Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences President Frank Pierson and Academy member and Oscar®-winning actor Adrien Brody.
Pierson and Brody
will announce ten of the 24 categories at a 5:30 a.m. press conference, which is expected to be attended by over 400 media
from around the world. Numerous radio and television outlets have indicated that they will carry the announcement live.
in all categories will be distributed simultaneously to press in attendance and via the Internet on Oscar.com
, the official website of the 77th Academy Awards.
Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2004 will be
presented on Sunday, February 27, at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland®. The Oscars will be televised live by
the ABC Television Network at 5 p.m. PST / 8p.m. EST, beginning with a half-hour arrivals segment.
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Discussion about Orlando being just a pretty boy actor!
Ok onto the other news that have sprung up over the past few months!
June 27, 2002 - The Mirror reports Heath Ledger and Orlando Bloom are following in Brad Pitt's
footsteps growing big, bushy beards for their new movie Ned Kelly. But Hollywood bosses were fuming worried it would hurt
the pair's sex appeal and decided stubble would be a more seductive look. But too many scenes had been shot to start again.
June 7, 2002 - Here's Orlando Bloom's MTV Movie Awards speech for Best Breakthrough
Male: "Hey, I'm sorry i can't be with there in L.A. I wish i was I'm here in Melbourne, Australia makin' a movie about Irish
outlaws ... but I'm receiving this, This beautiful MTV award voted for by you guys and I'm so grateful thank you so much for
voting for me. I'm flattered and thanks. The experience working on 'Lord of the Rings' was truly life changing and I have
to thank Peter Jackson and Fran Welch the creative team everyone involved in making the movie, It couldn't be done without
them and thanks to you guys for voting again I hope you enjoy the second movie as well as the first one and to all the people
I love in my life, thanks a lot. Bye."
June 3, 2002 - Orlando Bloom won MTV's Best Breakthrough Male award for his role
as Legolas Greenleaf in The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring. Read more.
May 19, 2002 - Fans can vote Orlando Bloom for Cinescape`s Male Genre Face of
the Future at the June 10th 28th Annual Saturn Awards here. The event takes place on June 10th at the St. Regis Hotel in Los Angeles. The show will also be aired later this year with
details on where and when to follow.
May 12, 2002 - EmpireOnline.co.uk has a photo of Orlando Bloom as Legolas in the
Two Towers. Check it out here.
May 11, 2002 - US Weekly has a few details on the Orlando Bloom - Kate Beckinsale
GAP commercial. The music for the two versions is 'Sorry' by the Easyboats (1966) and 'Love Is All Around' by the Troggs (1968).
Also, the shot was directed by Cameron Crowe and during filming, Tom Cruise stopped by the Pamona, California set.
Legolas, Merry And Pippin Snubbed By Academy
Three British stars of movie blockbuster Lord Of The Rings were snubbed by Academy Award organizers and refused
a ticket for last night's Oscars. Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan and Orlando Bloom starred in the
first instalment of the fantasy trilogy - which was nominated for 13 awards. The actors were flown into Los Angeles to join
their co-stars at the ceremony - but Oscar organizers claimed the 3,500 seat Kodak Theater in Hollywood was packed for the
bash, and there was no room for the trio. Despite the snub, though, the actors, remained defiant and insisted they would make
the most of their stay in tinseltown. Bloom, who played elf Legolas in The Fellowship Of The Ring, says,
"I'm going out to get drunk anyway." And Monaghan - who played hobbit Merry - added, "We have plenty of options for
a night out. But the Oscars isn't one of them."