08:31 PM EDT 11/20/2014
Originally posted 11/15/2014 03:45PM
Here's one award Meryl Streep can't take away from Daniel Day-Lewis.
Originally posted 10/14/2014 05:25PM
Don't be a square, it's time to celebrate Pulp Fiction's 20th anniversary. Quentin Tarantino's frenzied, gory and utterly unique cult masterpiece still delights fans two decades after its release – but would the film hold as much weight if rom-com staple Meg Ryan played Mia Wallace instead of Uma Thurman?
Originally posted 06/13/2014 07:30PM
Just call her Dame Angelina!
Originally posted 02/24/2014 11:30AM
And the presenters are ...
Originally posted 11/20/2013 01:00PM
Originally posted 02/28/2013 12:30PM
The years may have passed, but the talent remains for Oscar nominees who have been there, done that and continue to look good doing it.
Denzel Washington, Robert De Niro, Helen Hunt, Sally Field, Alan Arkin and Tommy Lee Jones aren't strangers to the Academy Awards – all have taken home Hollywood's ultimate prize. This year, they all took that familiar red carpet walk again – with flair, grace and style.
Originally posted 02/26/2013 02:20PM
Shirley MacLaine came – and just as quickly went – on Downton Abbey this season, but her breezy cameo got us thinking.
Now that the Terms of Endearment Oscar winner has broken down the barrier, who among Academy Award winners and nominees should next make a guest appearance on the popular PBS series?
And just what sort of character should he or she play? Upstairs or down?
Here, then, are some recent Oscar-caliber actors who might suitably fit the bill. Please be so kind as to select your favorite. (And, in the comments section, do cast them in suitable roles.) Ta.
Originally posted 02/25/2013 10:30AM
Hosting the Oscars, they say, is a thankless job. So, Seth MacFarlane, thanks for nothing.
This isn't to say he can be blamed for a long evening that seemed to be devoted more to singing than handing out awards.
On the other hand, he doesn't get credit for the show's best moments, either: Adele's powerful performance of "Skyfall," Daniel Day-Lewis's charmingly stiff humor in his acceptance speech for Lincoln – it was so like Abe! – or Michelle Obama's surprising and generous gesture: appearing via satellite to announce the Best Picture winner.
Originally posted 02/22/2013 01:00PM
If the academy were made up of PEOPLE readers, Ben Affleck's Argo and Les Misérables would take home a lot of gold come Sunday night.
As we countdown to the Academy Awards on PEOPLE.com, readers are predicting the winners on our interactive Oscar ballot.
You can still vote, but so far readers picked Argo and its star director to win in three categories: Best Picture (45% – runner-up Lincoln came in at 15%), Best Adapted Screenplay and Editing. You're also loving Les Misérables, picking it to win four awards: Best Supporting Actress, Anne Hathaway (The star has a whopping 75%); Production Design, Costume Design, Sound Mixing and Makeup.
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