CARAS: 44th Annual Juno Awards
March 15, 2015
IADAS: The Webby Awards nominee announcement
April 7, 2015
MTV: Movie Awards
April 12, 2015
ACM: Academy of Country Music Awards
April 19, 2015
IADAS: The Webby Awards winners announcement
April 28, 2015
June 7, 2015
Teen Choice Awards
August 9, 2015
MTV: Video Music Awards
August 30, 2015
GMA: Dove Awards
October 13, 2015
MTV: Europe Music Awards
October 25, 2015
Brutally Honest Oscar Ballot No. 4: 'Birdman' "Bored Me to Death," Carell "Blew Me Away"
An anonymous male Academy member relished getting to vote for Julianne Moore, grew tired of 'Citizenfour' and loved 'Wild Tales' so much he's seen it three times.
Brutally Honest Oscar Ballot No. 3: 'Sniper' Attacks "Not Legitimate," Eddie Redmayne "Transformative"
An anonymous male Academy member also says 'Inherent Vice' was a "disaster," 'Whiplash' "blew my mind" and he backed 'Virunga' because "I'm just a sucker for the gorilla."
Brutally Honest Oscar Ballot No. 2: Voter Finds 'Whiplash' "Offensive," Doesn't "Get" 'Birdman'
An anonymous male Academy member "loved" 'Interstellar' and 'Into the Woods,' wanted more "feelings" from 'American Sniper' and yearns for a "Paul McCartney or Bob Dylan caliber song."
Feinberg Forecast: Scott's Final Picks for the 87th Oscars
THR's awards analyst expects the Academy's love to be spread around to several films, including 'Birdman,' 'Boyhood,' 'American Sniper' and 'Grand Budapest Hotel.'
Oscar Voter Reveals Brutally Honest Ballot: "There's No Art to 'Selma,'" 'Boyhood' "Uneven"
An anonymous female Academy member gives Patricia Arquette a nod "for having no work done in 12 years," says she "could have watched my hair grow" during 'Foxcatcher' and resented 'Selma' filmmakers wearing "I can't breathe" T-shirts.
Oscars 2015: Who Will Win, Who Should Win (Analysis)
It's a year filled with no best pic frontrunner, too-tight-to-call face-offs and, in some cases, a pretty weak field, as THR's chief film critic Todd McCarthy first offers his picks for who should win and THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg offers his predictions for who will win.
L.A., Italia Awards: 'Imitation Game,' 'Last Days in Vietnam' Get Final Push at Felliniesque Ceremony
The annual gathering draws several hundred people, including a not inconsiderable number of Academy members, many with ties of some sort to Italy.
WGA Awards: Nice for 'Imitation Game,' 'Budapest,' But Oscar Goes Its Own Way (Analysis)
THR's awards analyst explains why many Oscar-nominated scripts, such as this year's 'The Theory of Everything' and 'Birdman,' aren't even eligible for a WGA Award, resulting in spotty correlation between the winners of the two prizes.
The Untold Story: How Radius Brought the Edward Snowden Doc 'Citizenfour' to America
Tom Quinn and Jason Janego, who head the distribution label, discuss the secrecy involved with releasing the controversial film (code names, encrypted messages) and their fears about how it would be received ("Would Harvey fire me?").
Oscars: Adam Levine Can't Wait to Sing "Perfect" Song "Lost Stars" on Telecast
"I wish I had written the [nominated] song," the Maroon 5 frontman and host of 'The Voice' tells THR, "but I get to do the next best thing, which is perform it!"