Chloe Moretz, the 14-year-old star of Hugo, presented Martin Scorsese with his Breakthrough Achievement Award. Scorsese’s first-time use of 3-D technology transforms the screen into the most spectacular pop-up book you’ve ever seen.
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If ever there was a night to feel ageless, it was Monday at AARP The Magazine's 11th annual Movies for Grownups Awards.
Honorees Meryl Streep and Glenn Close, both in their 60s, have been dazzling movie audiences for more than 30 years and they certainly dazzled the crowd, as did Lifetime Achievement Award winner Sharon Stone, 53, looking hip and chic in black leather boots and jacket.
The ladies weren't the only ones looking good at the event celebrating films with particular relevance to the 50-plus demographic. Host Michael Nouri and old friends Perry King and Bruce Boxleitner, all in their 60s, were as dapper on the red carpet Monday as they were handsome in their 1979 miniseries, The Last Convertible. In fact, glamour was the watchword of the night.
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