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Boy, weren't the Oscars fun? After months and months of writing about the same movies featuring the same actors winning the same awards, you almost wish that it would never end.
Lupita Nyong'o, winner of the award for best actress in a supporting role for '12 Years a Slave,' applauds after getting her award engraved at the Governors Ball after the Oscars.
OCTOBER 23: Vito Schnabel arrives for the Whitney Museum of American Art Gala & Studio Party 2013 Supported By Louis Vuitton at Skylight at Moynihan Station on October 23, 2013 in New York City.
After numerous health scares, it's wonderful to see the great Liza Minnelli upright again at the 2014 Oscars .
Attending the ninth annual Oscar Wilde party in LA, Philomena Lee cant believe she is in Hollywood and about to go to the Oscars where Judi Dench is up for Best Actress for portraying her struggle to find her adopted son.
It's Oscar night! We'll cover the Vegas favorites along with my predictions and some insights that may help you with your pools and picks.
The Oscars' 2014 ceremony has finally arrived, a little more than six weeks after this year's 86th annual Academy Awards nominations were announced.
Ugly side of the Pretty Woman: Screaming rows, accusations of betrayal and deceit... and a lonely suicide.
THE molestation allegations against Woody Allen have some calling for Cate Blanchett to make a stand at the Oscars if she wins the best actress award.
This year, the Oscars encompass quite the range, with front runners reaching from the darkness of outer space to the darkest part of American history.
Oscar ﻿nominee Julie Delpy has some pretty HUGE BALLS for a chick ... because the screenwriter just spanked the Academy hard -- saying it's just a bunch of crusty white dudes who take BRIBES for votes.
Gritty slavery drama "12 Years a Slave" leads the race for the Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday, as the film community gathers to honor smaller-budget and art house movies that are often strong contenders at the Academy Awards the next day.
Barkhad Abdi, in "Captain Phillips," had the best ad-lib: "Look at me. Look at me.
The last time the Los Angeles Times checked, the nearly 6,000 Oscar voters were 94% white, 77% male, almost 100% American, with the average age of 62. So much for movies as democracy, so much for art as majoritarianism, because to guess the Oscar winners - the time-honoured and completely useless activity practised around the world - is to guess ... (more)