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Ken Jeong's character in the 'Hangover' series was slammed for his 'homophobic humor' despite showing signs that he's gay.
Leading this year's list are 'American Hustle' and 'The Wolf of Wall Street', the latter of which is nominated in WTF Moment category.
Jordan Belfort's former associate claims the portrayal of Rugrat as a depraved criminal by P.J. Byrne has given him a bad name because he believes the character is based on him.
Leo and Marty are credited by the Academy as producers for 'The Wolf of Wall Street' in Best Picture category, after previously shunned by the Producers Guild of America.
The Donnie Azoff depicter reveals that he agreed to take a major cut in his pay because he wanted to work with Martin Scorsese so bad.
As many as nine films are nominated for Best Picture, including 'Hustle' and 'Gravity' which nab a total of 10 nominations each.
DiCaprio looks dashing in his designer suit, while Robbie glams up the red carpet in a red billowing gown by Oscar de la Renta.
The Sandra Bullock starrer gets the attention from the British Academy Film, being nominated in the main categories such as Best Film, Best Actress and Best Director.
DiCaprio claims director Martin Scorsese tried to portray the characters 'as honestly as he possibly can,' while Hill believes the movie doesn't glorify Jordan Belfort and his friend's behavior.
Other nominees for outstanding achievement in writing for the screen are 'American Hustle', 'Dallas Buyers Club' and 'August: Osage County'.
The 'Great Gatsby' star says, 'We're not condoning this behavior,' adding that audience is meant to enjoy the madness from a non-judgmental point of view.
Interest has been high among TV executives to pick up a show starring Jordan Belfort helping others who have hit rock bottom like him.