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Oscars 2004

Oscars Backstage: Shock and 'Disbelief'

Originally posted 03/01/2004 01:00AM

Winning an Oscar is one thing. Facing the press is another.

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Oscars: 'Rings' Rules Them All

Originally posted 02/29/2004 6:48PM

Best Picture of the year "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" commanded Oscar night, scoring a clean sweep with 11 wins and placing it alongside such all-time record-holders as 1959's "Ben-Hur" and 1997's "Titanic."

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THE WEEK AHEAD: Oscar-Mania Takes Over

Originally posted 02/27/2004 12:52PM

Who'll walk away a winner at the Academy Awards? PEOPLE gets glammed up for the big night, and preps for other happenings in the coming week:

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Uma, Naomi Sign On for Oscar Duty

Originally posted 02/25/2004 7:03PM

With just a few days remaining until the 76th annual Academy Awards, three new -- and beautiful -- faces have been added to the list of celebrity presenters, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Tuesday.

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Theron, Zellweger to Present Oscars

Originally posted 02/18/2004 11:00AM

With the Academy Awards less than two weeks away, the evening's lineup is beginning to come into focus.

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Charlize, Clint Enjoy Oscar Lunch

Originally posted 02/10/2004 01:00PM

It was power lunching without the pressure on Monday, as more than 100 Academy Award nominees gathered at a Beverly Hills hotel for a pre-Oscar lunch designed to break the tension of the annual awards show.

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THE WEEK AHEAD: Bleeping Fun Grammys

Originally posted 02/06/2004 1:48PM

Who will rock the house at Sunday night's Grammys? PEOPLE checks in on pop music's big party, as well as other events to watch for in the coming week:

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Oscar Noms: 'Rings' Rules Them All

Originally posted 01/27/2004 9:45AM

Third time may be the charm for the "Lord of the Rings" franchise: The final installment in Peter Jackson's epic trilogy, "The Return of the King," received a leading 11 Oscar nominations Tuesday morning, including Best Picture and Best Director.

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Some Dark Clouds on Oscar's Horizon

Originally posted 01/26/2004 5:59PM

There appear to be a few dark clouds hanging over the upcoming Oscar ceremony, starting with the abrupt withdrawal of Martin Scorsese's Film Foundation from the 14th annual Night of 100 Stars charity event, reports the Los Angeles Times. The foundation, whose board also includes Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, has sponsored the event for the past six years.

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