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.
Hugo and The Artist tied with five wins each Sunday at the 84th annual Academy Awards. As expected, The Artist took home the Oscar for best picture.
As if the glitz and glamor hasn’t been enough to tip you off, tonight sees the 2012 Academy Awards taking place, giving the movie industry its annual chance to celebrate just how wonderful it is, as well as providing Billy Crystal another chance at reminding said movie industry that he exists. But what about the nominees? Who’ll take Best Director? What movie is the Best Movie of the year? And what about the Best Actor and Actress? Ahead of tonight’s big event, here’s your chance to pick your favorites… Just think of it as SpinOff’s very own ceremony… just with less red carpet and likelihood of awkward cut-aways of the losers pretending to be happy for whoever actually gets the nod.
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.
With Eddie Murphy stepping down as the host of next year’s Oscars after producer Brett Ratner resigned, old hand Billy Crystal has been tapped to act as Master of Ceremonies at the biggest Hollywood bash of the year. But… why? Do the Oscars really need a host in the traditional sense?
Eddie Murphy talks about a potential Beverly Hills Cop TV series, ending his feud with Saturday Night Live, the Oscars and more.
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.