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Michael Shannon, 'Shape of Water' villain, watches Oscars at Chicago dive bar | Chicago Sun-Times

He wore a puffy coat and sat on a barstool at the Old Town Ale House, one of his favorite Chicago hangouts.

Entertainment | Foreign Film

Who'll win best foreign language Oscar?

What you need to know about the five movies competing for the best foreign language film Oscar.

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Oscar Nominations: The 10 Biggest Snubs and Surprises | Vanity Fair

A great morning for Phantom Thread, a tough one for The Florida Project, and a truly baffling one for Jane Goodall.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Oscars 2017: Jimmy Kimmel’s most biting monologue jokes - The Washington Post

Kimmel told jokes about President Trump, Mel Gibson and Meryl Streep.

Entertainment | Entertainment

It was 'Moonlight,' not 'La La Land': A timeline of a historic Oscars blunder

The big moment for "Moonlight" came after presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway accidentally announced the wrong winner. Here's how it happened.

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Oscar nominations' biggest snubs and surprises: 'Dory,' Meryl and Mel - LA Times

Update on 'The 2017 Academy Award nominations live: The snubs, surprises and what happened to Scorsese?'

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Oscar Winners 2016: Complete List

The 88th Academy Awards took place on Sunday, honoring the best of film from the past year. Chris Rock hosted Hollywood’s biggest night for the second time, which aired live on ABC from the D…

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These Vintage Photos Of The Academy Awards Are Pure Old Hollywood Glamour

The 88th annual Academy Awards are just a few days away, but before we get swept up in Sunday's ceremony, we're looking back at the ultra-glamorous past of Hollywood's big night.

News | Hollywood

Stacey Dash Under Fire for BET Comments - But She's FIGHTING BACK!

Hollywood actress and Fox News host Stacey Dash is under attack for being a conservative who happens to be black. Apparently, liberals consider her a traitor for not supporting Obama …

Entertainment | Entertainment

‘The Revenant’ Leads the Oscar Nominations With 12

'The Revenant' leads the 88th annual Academy Awards with 12 nominations, while the acting categories were again filled entirely by white performers.

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Every Best Picture Oscar Winner, Ranked From Worst to Best

A list ranking every movie ever to win the Academy's top prize.

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Oscars In Memoriam: Joan Rivers Snubbed From Academy Awards Tribute | Variety

Though not a film figure, Joan Rivers was snubbed from the Oscars In Memoriam tribute on Sunday.

Entertainment | Entertainment

An open letter to Leonardo DiCaprio after yet another Oscar loss

Even as a producer on a documentary about endangered gorillas, Leonardo DiCaprio still lost at the Academy Awards.

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Oscars 2015: Red carpet fashion looks and trends - CBS News

Classic Hollywood took hold Sunday night with dazzling looks and lots of glamour

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J.K. Simmons wins for supporting actor at Oscars

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' picks up two early technical Academy Awards.

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2015 Oscar Winner Predictions

Confusion reigns over best picture this year, with almost everyone predicting a win for either Boyhood or Birdman—unless the award ends up going to American Sniper, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game, or Whiplash.

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10 Oscar Winners Whose Speeches Were Under 11 Words

If brevity is the soul of wit, then these are the wittiest people in Hollywood. When Greer Garson won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1943 for Mrs. Miniver, she set a Guinness World Record for "Longest Oscars Acceptance Speech" with a rant that clocked in at five and a half minutes. That’s more than twice as much time as Gwyneth Paltrow spent on her famously long speech after she nabbed the same award for Shakespeare in Love in 1999.

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All 60 films nominated for Oscars, ranked.

Remember the part in Interstellar (five Oscar nominations, but not Best Picture) when Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway and the trusty robot CASE head off to the planet with the big wave, and they leave David Gyasi back on the ship for a relativity-ai