What if the Oscar frontrunners were out of the running?
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What if the Oscar frontrunners were out of the running?

Lead Actor: Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything Lead Actress: Julianne Moore, Still Alice Supporting…

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Tapley Injects Some Reality into the Silliness
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Tapley Injects Some Reality into the Silliness

Ian McKellen as Sherlock Holmes
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Ian McKellen as Sherlock Holmes

17 years ago, Bill Condon and Ian McKellen collaborated on the masterful Gods and Monsters.…

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David Oyelowo Calls out White Industry for Rewarding “Subservient” Black Characters
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David Oyelowo Calls out White Industry for Rewarding “Subservient” Black Characters

David Oyelowo made his feelings known at the Santa Barbara Film Festival last night. This…

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Predicting Best Actor – Transformative vs. Playing it Straight
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Predicting Best Actor – Transformative vs. Playing it Straight

SAG Predictions by Contest Entries
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SAG Predictions by Contest Entries

How are AwardsDaily readers doing so far for their predictions for our contest? It’s pretty…

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The Performances of the Year: Best Actor
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The Performances of the Year: Best Actor

The Sublime, the Grotesque and the Absurd: How the Best Films of 2014 Found Their Way In
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The Sublime, the Grotesque and the Absurd: How the Best Films of 2014 Found Their Way In

1. Gone Girl, Selma, Boyhood Three films stand out as the year’s best to me…

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Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones to Receive Cinema Vanguard Award at SBIFF
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Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones to Receive Cinema Vanguard Award at SBIFF

The two strong lead acting contenders will be feted in Santa Barbara in late January.…

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With Most Acting Categories Seemingly Locked, All Eyes on the Wide Open Best Actor Race
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With Most Acting Categories Seemingly Locked, All Eyes on the Wide Open Best Actor Race

The Best Actress race has come down to six names. Julianne Moore in the lead…

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Counting Down the Best of 2014: Best Ensemble Cast
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Counting Down the Best of 2014: Best Ensemble Cast

POLL! The Shifting Best Actor Race: It’s Anyone’s Game
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POLL! The Shifting Best Actor Race: It’s Anyone’s Game

  The Best Actor race started early this year, in Cannes, when Timothy Spall won…

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Powerful New Selma Clip – David Oyelowo, One of the Best Performances of the Year
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Powerful New Selma Clip – David Oyelowo, One of the Best Performances of the Year

Thanks to Ryan at Indiewire for the link. “What happens when a man stands up…

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Picture of the Day: Benedict Cumberbatch Takes the Cover of TIME
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Unbroken TV Spot Shows Triumph of Spirit
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Unbroken TV Spot Shows Triumph of Spirit

Here is one of the first looks at Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken, the film about WWII survivor…

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Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones talk about meeting and doing justice to Stephen Hawking
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Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones talk about meeting and doing justice to Stephen Hawking

A daunting task to bring Stephen and Jane Hawking to life. Jones and Redmayne talk…

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The most talked about actor in Hollywood this week is David Oyelowo
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The most talked about actor in Hollywood this week is David Oyelowo

David Oyelowo’s name is the talk of the town after Selma premièred at AFI Fest…

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American Sniper – Hero Cut Down
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American Sniper – Hero Cut Down

Clint Eastwood’s best war film is Letters from Iwo Jima. Its partner film, Flags of…

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Selma: The Content of Character, the Belief in a Dream
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Selma: The Content of Character, the Belief in a Dream

“If you lose hope, somehow you lose the vitality that keeps life moving, you lose…

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Best Actor: Jake Gyllenhaal and Oscar Isaac on the Fringes (Poll)
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Best Actor: Jake Gyllenhaal and Oscar Isaac on the Fringes (Poll)

One of the surprises of this year has to be Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler and the…

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