11:55 AM EDT 03/19/2014
Originally posted 03/18/2014 08:25AM
Originally posted 03/02/2014 07:30PM
When it comes to 2014's Best Picture nominees, each region has its own taste: New Jersey prefers Wolf of Wall Street, Dallas loves its Buyers Club and the Midwest can't get enough Captain Phillips.
That's the lesson from Facebook's map of trending Best Picture films. The social network's analytics team measured Facebook mentions of all nine Best Picture nominees during the week before the Oscars and found that five films stood out: 12 Years a Slave, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, The Wolf of Wall Street and American Hustle.
Originally posted 03/01/2014 01:55PM
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Originally posted 03/01/2014 09:35AM
If the Oscars are the grand finale of the awards season, then the MTV Movie Awards are the wild after-party.
Originally posted 02/28/2014 03:00PM
The road to Oscar glory can be a long one, but it can also be a trip – maybe even a road trip.
This year's pack of Best Picture nominees span multiple iconic locations across the United States, from the East Coast thrills of The Wolf of Wall Street and American Hustle to the West Coast melancholy of Her and beyond (Gravity). Follow along on the map above, as we trace the nominees' onscreen locations and origins, and don't be surprised if you find yourself experiencing some wanderlust.
Originally posted 02/28/2014 07:40AM
Leonardo DiCaprio has found what could be the perfect place to hang after the Oscars.
Originally posted 02/27/2014 06:45PM
Inspired by this year's nominated films, our staffers sought out books they were based on (we'll be so smart during Sunday's show!)
Tell us what you think of our choices – and what you're reading.
Originally posted 02/13/2014 07:30PM
Jonah Hill may have only been paid $60,000 for his role in The Wolf of Wall Street, but there are no hard feelings.
Originally posted 02/11/2014 11:45AM
One of the most buzzed-about scenes in The Wolf of Wall Street involves Leonardo DiCaprio's character losing control while on the sedative-hypnotic drug Quaaludes. The film's director, Martin Scorsese, reveals that, although his team had a "Quaaludes expert" on set to ensure realism, they also could've easily drawn from his own experience.
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