Before casting his next film, Woody Allen may want to check out Precious. (But not Glitter!)
Mariah Carey tells me that the legendary filmmaker is her dream director.
"I've never met him, but Bullets Over Broadway is one of my favorite movies ever," Carey told me at the Oscars. "I can quote every word. I think it's amazing."
Sounds like Carey has learned a lesson or two from her glittery flop. "I'm going to try to be careful about what I do," she said. "You've got to work with people who bring you to another level, and you have to surround yourself with people you can fully give yourself to."
"It would be great to shake his hand," Efron told me. "Avatar was a breakthrough in so many ways. You walked away and just wanted to live in that world. It's like the first time you saw Jurassic Park."
See Mariah Carey and so many others in our 2010 Oscars: Twitpics! photo gallery.