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2016 Oscars: 88th Academy Awards Details and Presenters

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Oscars producers David Hill and Reginald Hudlin announced today the first slate of presenters for the 88th Oscars telecast. The Oscars, hosted by Chris Rock, will air live Oscar® Sunday, February 28, on ABC. First Slate of Presenters and Performers Benicio Del Toro Tina Fey Whoopi Goldberg Ryan Gosling Kevin Hart Lady Gaga (with an introduction by Vice President Joe Biden) Sam Smith ...

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Shocks and Surprises We Could See at Tomorrow’s Oscar Nominations

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We know that every year we have huge surprise nominees and even more, shocking snubs, at the Oscar nominations. This year, the craziest year I think I’ve ever seen in my years of Oscar watching, is going to prove no different. Although, the craziness of this season could be preparing us for those shocks. Best Picture alone is a stressful ...

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2016 Oscars: Trying to Crack the BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Code (“Would it help?”)

I'm going to try and break down the Best Supporting Actor race but "would it help?"

  For all of the unpredictability this Oscar season has provided, nothing stands as more of a mystery than the Best Supporting Actor race. There are quite literally 10 actors ranging from co-leads to bit roles, coming from likely Best Picture nominees and likely one-off nominations for their films. We’ve got schemers and villains, spies and despots. Heroes and musical ...

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Kansas City Critics: Sicario is Top Nommed; The Revenant, Mad Max, Ex Machina Hit

SICARIO scores five nominations from Kansas City Film Critics

  The Kansas City Film Critics Circle, the second oldest film critic organization in the country, released their nominees for the 50th Annual James Loutzenhiser Awards, recognizing the best in film for 2015. Sicario came out on top with five mentions; Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress (Emily Blunt), Best Supporting Actor (Benicio Del Toro) and Best Original Screenplay. It’s ...

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Gold Rush Gang 2016 Oscar Predictions: BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (August)

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Robert De Niro (Joy) sees his lead increase, putting his vote total to a near perfect score and maintaining his #1 status. His strength in this race has been one of the most consistent in the early season. His Oscar comeback in Silver Linings Playbook (also from #1 director David O. Russell) could have put him on track for a ...

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Gold Rush Gang 2016 Oscar Predictions: BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (July)

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Robert De Niro (Joy) continues his pretty comfortable lead on his nearest competitor, Tom Hardy (The Revenant) and actually increases a bit. De Niro is starting to feel like a winner even before a trailer or production still from Joy has been released (watch for the trailer to drop next week). Strange, right? The thing is, even though De Niro ...

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2016 Oscar Predictions: BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR – May 2015

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After a recent script review of 20th Century Fox‘s Joy it was revealed that Robert De Niro’s part in the film is the stuff of Oscar dreams. He holds a commanding lead on 1st place this month (although Kenneth might have something to say about that…) with The Revenant‘s Tom Hardy giving good chase, also from 20th Century Fox. He ...

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TRAILER: ‘Inherent Vice’ finally drops, plus the Pynchonian poster

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After much, much ado we have something! Warner Brothers has finally dropped the trailer for the incredibly elusive December 12th release, Inherent Vice, from Paul Thomas Anderson. The film is set to make its world premiere at the 52nd New York Film Festival next week and up to this point we’ve have not much to go off of: a few ...

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