Oscarwatch: The Good Lie
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Oscarwatch: The Good Lie

Picture of the Day: Ava DuVernay on the Set of Selma
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Picture of the Day: Ava DuVernay on the Set of Selma

Selma has an upcoming release date of Christmas Day. ¬†Ava DuVernay is updating her Facebook…

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A Poll: On the Hunt for Best Picture
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A Poll: On the Hunt for Best Picture

Given that our Best Picture winner will most likely emerge by October or November at…

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Richard Linklater’s Boyhood Enters Best Picture Race
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Richard Linklater’s Boyhood Enters Best Picture Race

Although its reception at Sundance was kind of mezzo mezzo, there is no doubt that…

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New Birdman Teaser and Poster, Bodes Well for 2014’s Slate
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New Birdman Teaser and Poster, Bodes Well for 2014’s Slate

The movies this year are already looking like a brilliant array of creative risks. Birdman!

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Universal to Distrib Coens Hail Caesar
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Universal to Distrib Coens Hail Caesar

Variety reports that the new Coen brothers film will star George Clooney and Josh Brolin.…

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The State of the Race: What Does “Too Dark” for “The Academy” Really Mean?
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The State of the Race: What Does “Too Dark” for “The Academy” Really Mean?

This question shadows the Oscar race from the beginning of the year onward. It stood…

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First Round of Oscar Predicting by Nathaniel R.
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First Round of Oscar Predicting by Nathaniel R.

Nat has posted his first of the year Oscar charts to get the party started…

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OscarWatch: An Early Look at the Best Actress Race
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OscarWatch: An Early Look at the Best Actress Race

As we head into another Oscar season you’ll see an array of representations of male…

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Can the Cannes Awards Impact the Oscar Race
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Can the Cannes Awards Impact the Oscar Race

Now that the Cannes awards have been handed out, some might wonder whether any of…

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