I love it though." Johnny Depp made immediate use of the F-word when he took the stage to present the documentary award for "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon." The megastar slurred and continued to use expletives before he was cut off by a film-clip package. Ben Affleck, who accepted the film award for "Gone Girl," said he hoped it didn't appear presumptuous that he prepared a speech. "When they told me there were no other nominees, I felt cautiously optimistic," the actor said. Steve Carell and Channing Tatum, who were recognized http://hermelinda.sosblogs.com/The-first-blog-b1/Kanye-West-Reportedly-Trying-To-Get-Kim-Kardashian-To-Show-Beyonce-Some-Love-b1-p218.htm
as an ensemble for their work in "Foxcatcher," used their acceptance-speech time to repeatedly hug one another and presenter Jonah Hill. "I'm not even in the movie," Hill playfully protested. Other stars, though, seemed honestly touched at the recognition. Benedict Cumberbatch, who won the actor award for playing code-cracking Alan Turing more
in "The Imitation Game" (opening later this month), called the prize "a huge honor." Morten Tyldum accepted an award for directing the film. "I'm new to Hollywood," he said, "this is the greatest honor and warmest welcome I can imagine." Founded by entrepreneur Carlos de Abreu and his wife, former model Janice Pennington, the Hollywood Film Awards have been presented off-camera since 1997.