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Why Terrence Howard Totally Bombed At The Oscars, According To Terrence Howard
You might think it’s easy to get up in front of hundreds of the top actors and filmmakers in Hollywood and present an award at the Oscars, but so did Terrence Howard. The star of the hit series Empire saw how everyone who came before him on this year’s Oscar night were reading the prompter and putting their own hilarious spins on it.
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Watch Graham Moore's Stay Weird Oscar Speech That Everyone's Talking About
There have been many past Oscar winners who took the stage to deliver not only appreciative speeches, but also a message. (See also: Patricia Arquette and John Legend.) But Moore, whose life has been mostly out of the spotlight, took a more personal approach.
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Why Grand Budapest Hotel And The Imitation Game Might Be Gaining On Best Picture
While they have never really been considered favorites in the Best Picture race, Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel and Morten Tyldum’s The Imitation Game both saw their odds at winning the big prize rise in a big way this past weekend. That's because both titles were big winners at the Writers Guild Awards, which were held on Saturday evening.
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Little Kids Reenacting The Best Picture Nominees Is Adorable
This year's list of films nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards is an eclectic one, featuring multiple sharp, powerful dramas, as well as a couple rather darkly funny comedies. But what if you were to splice a bit of adorable into that formula? Well, then you would get this brand new video bluntly titled "KIDS REENACT 2015 OSCAR NOMINEES."
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Learn How You Can Watch Every Best Picture Nominee In One Sitting
Every year, five to ten films are selected by the Academy Of Motion Pictures And Sciences to represent the best of the previous year's crop. These Best Picture nominees can range from wide opening films you've already seen, to independent films you've been dying to see, but didn't want to spend the gas money on.
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Can Any Film Beat Boyhood For Best Picture?
Phase Two of the marathon is all about maintaining momentum if you are the leader, and introducing doubt if you are a neighboring competitor. Do you think any film can slow Boyhood’s roll between now and February 22?
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Directors Guild Goes With American Sniper And Clint Eastwood Over Selma
Are these five DGA nominees locks for Oscar? Not exactly. There have been exceptions over the years, where one or two DGA nominees didn’t carry over to Oscar’s ballot.
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10 Big Golden Globes Winners And Losers
Now that the dust has settled and all of the results are in, it’s time to look at the big winners and losers of this year’s Golden Globes. Who or what gained the most momentum? Who or what lost the most? Read on to find out!
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2015 BAFTA Nominations, See The Complete List
The 2015 BAFTA Nominations were announced this morning and there were some surprising nominations among big time snubs.
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5 Big Things The PGA Noms Tell Us About The Oscars
The Producers Guild Association is the latest group to drop its selection for the best of 2014, and those of us tracking each step of the Oscar marathon found more than enough interesting elements to single out.
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Watch This Supercut Of Epic Movie Shots From 2014
This supercut of 2014's best shots of cinematography might just leave you with stars in your eyes. Check out what one editor thought was the best of the best online.
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Weekend Box Office: The Hobbit Holds Top Spot As A Weak 2014 Comes To A Close
The post-Christmas weekend, which is also the last of 2014, saw a nice boost for most movies and some exceptional openings for the newcomers. It paints a good picture for the weekend, but it wasn't enough to dig the 2014 box office out of its major slump.
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Awards Blend: Angelina Jolie And Unbroken Just Received A Christmas Miracle
A number of films moved up and down the Awards Blend charts as we sailed past Christmas. As of Friday, December 26, here’s where I think our major contenders stand.
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The 2015 Critics Choice Nominations: Get The Complete List Here
The CCMAs are selected by critics, and have no direct influence on the Oscars. But as I mentioned in the last episode of Awards Blend (our weekly Oscar podcast), recognition by groups like SAG and the BFCA only help a film’s Oscar campaign, and an omission by a key organization like the BFCA can damage a campaign (or, at the very least, set it back).
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Awards Blend: Why The Golden Globes Really Matter
There’s a lot of movement on the charts this week. Following the Golden Globes and the SAG nominations, I feel comfortable letting films that hung on as Longshots fall by the way side.
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Awards Blend: The Best Actor Race Is About To Get Bloody
Someone’s going to be left out in the cold. Several very talented and deserving people, in fact. There’s no avoiding it. There are simply too many talented actors vying for five Best Actor slots this year, so on the morning of the Oscar nominations, there could be as many as 10 worthy performers looking at the five nominees and wondering why they aren’t in that exclusive group.
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The Big Scene That Had To Be Cut Off Of The End Of The Imitation Game
Benedict Cumberbatch is riding high on the awards campaign trail for The Imitation Game, a sturdy WWII biopic of code breaker Alan Turing, recruited by the British to help the government crack Enigma. But the actor ALMOST did something in the movie that could have locked up the Oscar trophy.
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Awards Blend: Boyhood Leads The Pack As We Make Our First Oscar Predictions
This is the first time we’re going on record with official Oscar predictions, breaking films down into Frontrunners, Contenders, Dark Horses and Longshots. We still have a number of films left to screen between now and the end of the year. To date, here’s where I think all of the top films stand.
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Watch Benedict Cumberbatch Do As Many Impressions As Possible In A Minute
Just when you thought it was impossible for the world to fall in love with Benedict Cumberbatch even more, he goes and does something like this. Words can’t do the elegant thespian’s efforts justice. Just sit back, watch, enjoy, and then regret that your mother didn't have the gall to name you Benedict.
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Watch Benedict Cumberbatch Hilariously Butcher The Word Penguin Over And Over
Peng-wings? Penglins? Benedict Cumberbatch possibly has the most charming idiosyncrasy as he fails to pronounce penguin.
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