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Originally posted 03/01/2006 05:00PM
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Originally posted 03/06/2006 12:00AM
As host Jon Stewart said at the outset of Sunday's 78th annual Academy Awards, "the theme of tonight's show is 'a return to glamour.'"
Originally posted 03/03/2006 02:00PM
It may not be as popular as poker, but betting on the Oscars has been going on hot and heavy this week – all in anticipation of the big show Sunday.
Originally posted 02/21/2006 08:30AM
The list of Oscar presenters is growing, with Uma Thurman and Dolly Parton the latest two additions to be announced by the Academy.
Originally posted 01/31/2006 08:45AM
Oscar came to the mountain Tuesday morning, with director Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain leading this year's list of Academy Award contenders, with eight nominations, including those for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor Heath Ledger and supporting players Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Williams.
Originally posted 01/05/2006 08:00AM
Emmy-winning Daily Show anchor Jon Stewart has a new gig: host of the 78th Annual Academy Awards on March 5, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Originally posted 01/04/2006 03:00PM
In what could be a portent of this year's Best Picture Oscar nominations, the Producers Guild of America on Wednesday chose Brokeback Mountain, Capote, Good Night, and Good Luck, Crash and Walk the Line as contenders for its top honor, the Darryl F. Zanuck Award.
Originally posted 01/26/2005 09:25AM
Monday morning quarterbacking on the Oscar nominations have people talking about Clint Eastwood's filling Sideways star Paul Giamatti's Best Actor slot, Michael Moore and Mel Gibson's obvious snubs, and a final showdown shaping up between Eastwood's Million Dollar Baby and Martin Scorsese's aerial epic on Howard Hughes, The Aviator.
Originally posted 01/25/2005 09:00AM
The Oscar race is officially in the air, and the toughest competition looks to be between Martin Scorsese's epic Howard Hughes biography The Aviator – with a year's best 11 nominations – and Clint Eastwood's stark drama Million Dollar Baby.
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