The 86th Annual Academy Awards have announced the 10 films remaining in the Visual Effects nominee race.
In an interview for his upcoming film Homefront, Jason Statham voiced his support for an Oscar category for stunt performers, saying they rarely get any credit in Hollywood.
This morning The Academy announced that Ellen DeGeneres will helm the Oscars for her second time.
While we wait for March, let us look back at her last Oscar hosting gig in 2007.
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres announced this morning that she will helm the 2014 Academy Awards.
Seth MacFarlane has not only confirmed that he was asked to host the 2014 Oscars, but he also revealed he’s turned the invitation down.
One entertainment source says that Family Guy and Ted creator Seth MacFarlane has been asked to return as host of the 2014 Academy Awards.
Did you like this year’s Academy Awards, complete with musicals and borderline offensive jokes from Seth MacFarlane?
Good news: Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, who produced the show, will return again for the 2014 Academy Awards.
Briefly: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and ABC announced the dates for the 86th and 87th Academy Awards in 2014 and 2015.
During Sunday’s live Oscars ceremony in Hollywood, William Shatner appeared and jokingly wondered why Tina Fey and Amy Poehler couldn’t helm instead of Seth MacFarlane.
Now the question has been posed to Fey.
Sunday night’s Academy Awards host Seth MacFarlane took to his Twitter today to reveal that he’s definitely not interested in hosting the Oscars again.
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Whether or not you agree that MacFarlane was the best person to host the 2013 Oscars, it was clearly a wise business descision.
Every year, The Oscars bring emotions out of Hollywood players that they tend to reserve for their next Oscar-bait drama. The anticipation, the honor, and the – well – hype that surrounds this hallowed event can be enough to bring any professional make-believer to their knees.
The show is over, but the reviews are just beginning. We critique thirteen of the red carpet’s biggest hits and misses from last night’s Oscars.
Sunday night was a big one for fans of Adele: Not only did we get to witness her first live performance since the birth of her baby, we also saw what may be her only live performance of “Skyfall.”