The Academy tends only to acknowledge movies that reek of the self-important proclamation of serious intent. This Sunday, it will continue the same dull and pompous tradition.
The smartest advice I've gotten about betting on the Oscars is: Don't put your money on what you like best. You're just begging to lose.
In 2019, the domestic box office brought in roughly $11.32 billion – which amounts to the third highest-grossing year in history, according to the IMDbPro-powered ticket sales measuring company Box Office Mojo.
A category-by-category forecast on which victories are the most likely at the 92nd Academy Awards.
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Kenneth Turan on the many reasons "Black Panther" should win this year's best picture Oscar.
The nominees for the 91st Academy Awards were revealed Tuesday morning.
In a series of tweets today, Fresh Off the Boat actress Constance Wu objected to the fact that Manchester by the Sea's Casey Affleck scored an Oscar nomination. Wu wrote that by nominating Affleck, Hollywood is reinforcing the "the industry’s gross and often hidden mistreatment of women.
Oscar nominees for the 89th annual awards were announced on Tuesday morning during a live-streamed event filmed in six cities around the globe.
The Academy Awards arrive Sunday. Maybe you're in an Oscar pool. Maybe you have a rooting interest. Maybe you've been tossing and turning at night wondering if Leonardo DiCaprio is finally going to get his due. (Rest easy, friend. He is.)
Stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Sylvester Stallone and many more react to their Oscar nominations that were announced yesterday.
John Krasinski, Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs and directors Ang Lee and Guillermo del Toro woke up bright and early to announce who earned a nod this year.
I am of two minds regarding the potential for Sylvester Stallone winning a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his work as Rocky Balboa in Ryan Coogler’s Creed. First and foremost, of the actual nominees my pick would be Mark Rylance for Bridge of Spies. On its face, it is less of a “singular nomination for a singular performance” than a career nomination. And I would argue that at least some of the huzzahs that came following the debut of Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc.’s Creed amounted to would-be surprise over the notion that Sylvester Stallone could offer such a shaded and nuanced dramatic turn, even with the character that made him into an icon.
The Academy sprung some last-minute names during the Oscar nominations on Thursday morning -- and shut out sure things from awards seasons
The nominations have begun for the 2016 Oscars, and actors and actresses are beginning to find out if they got the nod.
Wes Anderson's Oscar-nominated eccentric caper "The Grand Budapest Hotel" won the top film prize at the Writers Guild Awards on Saturday, amid a sharp-witted show attended by Hollywood's scriptwriters.
After 12 years of filming "Boyhood" and a year promoting it, director Richard Linklater is finding it hard to fathom saying goodbye to a project that he calls deeply personal in its reflections of the modern American family.
When the 2015 Academy Award nominees were announced, the usual backlash over snubs and oversights flooded the web, both justified and manufactured. The shocking omission of The LEGO Movie for Best Animated Feature Film was a standout, but it wasn't alone. American Sniper was the lone Best Picture nominee to clear $100 million at the box office. In other words, it was the only nomination in this category seen by more than 12 million people, or 4% of the U.S. population.
Damien Chazelle braced himself for disaster.
If you've seen The Lego Movie, starring Chris Pratt (voice), Elizabeth Banks (voice) and Will Ferrell then chances are you know the song "Everything Is Awesome." While you may remember it as being an ultra-upbeat pop track with nothing but lyrics about "blue skies, bouncy springs" and endless partying, you may be surprised to learn that writing the tune was anything but.