With a record $2 billion in ticket sales, The Black Tuxedo has taken home a record five Academy Awards in four years.

It also has a star-studded cast of stars from Hollywood to Hollywood, from James Corden to Will Ferrell to Seth Rogen to James Franco to Michael Douglas.

What do these men have in common?

They all love to dance.

But they also all like to drink.

So the Black Trousers of Hollywood went to the top of a hill overlooking a beautiful city called Los Angeles.

They wore their signature red jackets and tuxedos, and they played some of the most popular music in the world, including some of today’s biggest stars.

The Black Troses were there to take home the Golden Globes for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Series.

They performed in the musical “Funny or Die,” which received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The show went on to win a Golden Globe, a Grammy and an Oscar for Best Music Video.

And they got a standing ovation at the awards ceremony for their performance.

But the award didn’t really count, as the Golden Globe was given to a completely different movie, “Avenue Q.”

The Black Trunks of Hollywood did not win a trophy.

The Black Trunkes did win a standing ovations, however.

They were nominated for the award for Best Musical Comedy for their rendition of the Oscar-winning “Oscar” song, “Fantastic Four.”

The award goes to the performer who plays a superhero, a character whose name in the song “Fairytale of New York” means “Farthest Star.”

It also goes to a performer who creates an environment for people to live a fantasy.

In a sense, the award honors what the audience is saying about you, and what you’re doing, when they say, “You’re the best of the best.”

They’re saying, “Oh, I don’t know, you’re a superhero. I don