In case you missed it, here is the full list of Oscar winners from the show...for the full scoop, red carpet pics and lots more good stuff, check out our Awards Watch!
Yes folks, the time has finally come to dole out our final predications before the 82nd Academy Awards ceremony arrives on our doorstep (well, actually, on our television sets) this Sunday night...
Next up on our Oscar Predictions list is a little category called Best Animated Film. Now, over the past few years, it’s pretty much been a given that the winner of this category will be whatever film Pixar decided to shovel into theaters the previous year...
Nominations for the 82nd Academy Awards were handed out yesterday, and after months of waiting we finally found out which ten films would be competing for Best Picture...
Here is the full list of Oscar nominees, just announced...leading the field for all nominations: both Avatar and The Hurt Locker with nine noms apiece (and, to make things interesting, directed by former spouses James Cameron and Kathryn Bigelow)...
Believe it or not, but 2009 was a fantastic year for animated films – so much so that a whopping 20 movies have been put up for Academy Awards consideration, making it so the category at the 2010 ceremony will include five films instead of three for the first time since 2002 (and only the second time in Academy Awards history).
Yet another masterwork from the Pixar folks, Up dominated the summer box office and will no doubt come through at Oscar time, and for good reason, thanks to gorgeous animation and pitch-perfect writing and dialogue that will bring tears and laughter--sometimes both at the same time.
Well, we've just about hit that spot in the month of August when it's time to begin assessing the summer movie season that was. What were the biggest hits and misses? Which films turned out better than you thought they would, or, alternatively, which films turned out worse? There's so much we could go over – from acting performances to best use of special effects, but...
Recession? What recession? Elizabeth Banks, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Robin Wright Penn were among the stars on the red carpet for the opening ceremony of the 62nd Cannes Film Festival, and their glamorous gowns showed no hint of the cutbacks that even the 8,000-pound gorilla of film festivals made this year. Despite a decrease in yacht rentals and lavish parties the fest was still plenty...
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