The Industrial Light & Magic team has revealed a featurette showing some of the visual-effects work that earned Marvel’s The Avengers its Academy Award nomination.
And so, the Oscar nominations have been released, unleashing waves of frustration across the Internet that [Your Selection Here] was unfairly snubbed, or that the Academy seems to believe that [Your Other Selection Here] is worth the time of day, never mind an award. But looking at the nominations as they stand, who and what actually manages to make the cliche “Just being nominated is an award in itself” come true …?
With nominations in 12 categories, including best picture and best director, Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln leads the list of contenders for the 85th Academy Awards. The winners will be announced Feb. 24.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane host the 85th Academy Awards, set for Feb. 24, 2013.
Martin Scorsese’s adaptation Hugo led the nominations for the 84th Academy Awards, earning nods in 11 categories, including Best Picture and Best Directing.
Captain America: The First Avenger, X-Men: First Class, Thor and 12 more are up the Academy Award for Achievement in Visual Effects.
Steve Martin has some friendly words of advice to share with his friend and fellow Academy Awards host Eddie Murphy.
The Oscar nominee has been selected to host the 84th Academy Awards, which will air Feb. 26 on ABC.
Brett Ratner will co-produce this year’s Academy Awards ceremony alongside Don Mischer.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences tweaks the rules again, adding an element of surprise to Best Picture and potentially expanding the number of Best Animated Feature nominees.
The historical drama walked away with four trophies at last night’s 83rd Academy Awards, with wins for best picture, best director, best actor and best original screenplay. Inception also won four awards, all in technical categories.
With tomorrow’s Academy Awards on everyone’s minds in the entertainment industry right now, maybe it’s time for writers and producers to start thinking about securing their tables for future ceremonies. What would it take to make the ultimate Oscar winner?