The best and worst moments, including Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's steamy duet and an upset for best actress.
It's sigh-of-relief time at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. After a tumultuous build-up, a host-free, more streamlined Oscars yielded a mild uptick in ratings Sunday night, and while far from perfect, a slick and satisfying enough show to avoid the disaster that some surely anticipated.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” led the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday, taking home four awards in the actor, film editing, sound mixing, and sound editing categories.
The 91st Academy Awards have finally arrived: here’s what you need to know, when you need to know it by and who (we think) will win the key prizes
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The stars are arriving at the Academy Awards. Here's a photo recap of some of the most memorable looks at the 91st Oscars.
Kenneth Turan on the many reasons "Black Panther" should win this year's best picture Oscar.
The officers of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ board of governors has sent a letter to is membership attempting to assuage concerns about the decision to hold four Oscar presentations off the live air telecast on Feb. 24.
The nominees for the 91st Academy Awards were revealed Tuesday morning.
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” has won the top film trophy at the seventh annual Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) International Awards. “Three Billboards” topped “Call Me By Your Name,” “Dunkirk,” “Lady Bird,” and “The Shape of Water.” The dark comedy also won best screenplay for writer-director Martin McDonagh and best supporting actor for Sam Rockwell.
Awards season kicks into high gear on Friday (Jan. 5) as academy members begin casting their Oscar nomination ballots online. They only have eight days to decide on their picks for best pic at the Oscars as well as their favorite achievements in their respective branches (that is down from nine days last year).
The Oscar-related rule changes announced Friday by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences — in particular, those pertaining to the documentary feature and animated feature categories — received far less media coverage than recent developments regarding the best picture Oscar debacle and envelope-botcher PwC's future with the show. But make no mistake about it: They will have a far greater impact on the next Oscar race and perhaps many to follow. (Rules are reviewed annually by individual branch and category committees; the awards rules committee then reviews all proposed changes before presenting its recommendations to the board of governors for approval, which took place this year at the board's March 28 meeting.)
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced new rules for the upcoming 90th Annual Academy Awards and one significant change in eligibility for Best Documentary Feature. The new docu rules might have had a major impact on the 2016 race — in particular for O.J.: Made in America, the ESPN-produced, 7 1/2-hour docu that brought filmmaker Ezra Edelman the Oscar.
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Well, that was an absolutely bananas way to end the Oscars season. The best movie of 2016 actually won best picture! This is wonderful.
After the triumphant La La Land team took the stage at the Oscars to accept the prize for Best Picture, it soon became clear that something was wrong.
List of winners of the 89th Annual Academy Awards
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The 89th Academy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, will air live from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood tonight, beginning 8:30 p.m. ET on ABC. The network's red carpet coverage gets under way at 7 p.m. ET.