The State of the Race: Guilds Split Three Ways, Gravity has Edge
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The State of the Race: Guilds Split Three Ways, Gravity has Edge

For the first time since the Academy expanded the Best Picture race to more than…

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Alfonso Cuarón wins Directors Guild Award
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Alfonso Cuarón wins Directors Guild Award

FILM Feature Film: Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity Documentary: Jehane Noujaim, The Square TELEVISION Movie/Miniseries: Steven Soderbergh,…

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Cliffhanger: Who Will Win the DGA Tonight? Poll  + No Guts, No Glory
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Cliffhanger: Who Will Win the DGA Tonight? Poll + No Guts, No Glory

The DGA breakfast today where Alfonso Cuaron, the expected winner tonight, was a no show…

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The Frontrunners and their Challengers
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The Frontrunners and their Challengers

McQueen and 12 Years on Nightline
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McQueen and 12 Years on Nightline

Powerful news section just before ballots go out. Embed code: See more US News from…

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Split Years and the Screenplay Nomination
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Split Years and the Screenplay Nomination

All Eyes on the DGA – can Gravity Take the Whole Gig?
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All Eyes on the DGA – can Gravity Take the Whole Gig?

This weekend, the Directors Guild adds their voice to the mix. We’ve covered this in…

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Gravity would be second Highest Grossing Winner in Ten Years
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Gravity would be second Highest Grossing Winner in Ten Years

For those who believe Gravity will win Best Picture, might it then become the highest…

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DGA Preview and Prediction
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DGA Preview and Prediction

This weekend, on January 25, the DGA will call out their winner for the 2013…

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Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Name 12 Years a Slave, McConaughey, Blanchett
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Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Name 12 Years a Slave, McConaughey, Blanchett

GALECA/DORIAN AWARDS 2013 — WINNERS (in bold) Film of the Year American Hustle (Sony) Blue…

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Oscar Bits and Bites
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Oscar Bits and Bites

The Academy just released this photo of their having sent out to Meryl Streep recognition…

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Did the Oscars Ruin the Oscars?
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Did the Oscars Ruin the Oscars?

Mark Harris makes a pretty good case for why the Academy’s decision to expand the…

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Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross to Score Fincher’s Gone Girl
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Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross to Score Fincher’s Gone Girl

If you’ve never listened to Trent Reznor and Atticus’ Ross unbelievable score to The Girl…

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Oscar Flashback: 1939, Gone with the Wind
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Oscar Flashback: 1939, Gone with the Wind

There are just a few years that will always be remembered in Oscar history, either…

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The State of the Race: Best Picture, Too Close to Call
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The State of the Race: Best Picture, Too Close to Call

The Producers Guild pulled out the rug out from awards season by awarding two films…

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12 Years a Slave and Gravity TIE at Producers Guild Awards
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12 Years a Slave and Gravity TIE at Producers Guild Awards

Producers Guild Award Winners: Best Picture: TIE! Gravity and 12 Years a Slave Documentary: We…

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Best Director: Lost and Found in America
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Best Director: Lost and Found in America

Variations on a theme running through this year’s strongest five films in the Best Director…

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SAG Awards: Cate Blanchett, Matthew McConaughey, Lupita Nyong’o, American Hustle
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SAG Awards: Cate Blanchett, Matthew McConaughey, Lupita Nyong’o, American Hustle

MOTION PICTURE Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine Best Actor: Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club…

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The PGA Might Make History Sunday, DGA Next Week
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The PGA Might Make History Sunday, DGA Next Week

Scott Feinberg does some post-game analysis after the Critics Choice awards. He is still, like…

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Martin Scorsese, Adam Somner being Interviewed by Paul Thomas Anderson
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Martin Scorsese, Adam Somner being Interviewed by Paul Thomas Anderson

The other night I had the pleasure of seeing Martin Scorsese’s masterpiece, The Wolf of…

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