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  1. Melissa Leo Bleeped Accepting Best Supporting Actress at Oscars

    6:12 pm 2/27/2011

    "The Fighter" star drops the F-bomb.Read more

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  2. Oscar Front-Runner Melissa Leo Hoping They'll Call 'Some Other Girl's Name'

    4:09 pm 2/27/2011

    The best supporting actress nominee favorite says she hopes someone else wins the award.Read more

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  3. John Lasseter Honored at 2011 Shorts Awards

    1:18 pm 2/26/2011

    Other winners at the ceremony focused on short films included Melissa Leo, June Foray and Kenneth Branagh.Read more

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  4. Melissa Leo: Soap Opera Catfighter, 'Treme' Pussycat

    10:43 am 2/25/2011

    Imperiled Oscar favorite Melissa Leo's savage TV catfight makes Christian Bale look like a wuss, but 'Treme' cocreator Eric Overmyer says she couldn't be sweeter to work with.Read more

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  5. Oscars: Research Predicts Christian Bale Win; 12% Ratings Rise (Exclusive)

    2:57 pm 2/24/2011

    Zeta Interactive, which mined 200 million pieces of Oscars-related online content, also predicts that the audience for Sunday's telecast could rise 12% over last year.Read more

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  6. Oscars: Will the Loudest Actors Win?

    5:17 pm 2/23/2011

    If you want an Oscar, it doesn't pay to play it cool. Here are the noisiest contenders -- and likeliest to win on Sunday.Read more

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  7. Oscars Forecast: 4 Weird Things You Should See, 24 Things You Will See

    7:05 pm 2/22/2011

    The Oscar polls closed Tuesday at 5 p.m., so here's what's going to happen at the Oscars on Feb. 22 (plus four imaginary scenes that would make the show way more entertaining).Read more

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  8. Why the SAG-AFTRA Merger Might Not Happen

    6:00 pm 2/19/2011

    The current issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine explores how combining the two actors guilds sounds like a win -- until you hit the hurdles.Read more

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  9. The Biggest Lies of the Oscar Contenders

    4:00 am 2/17/2011

    How this year's crop of best picture nominees occasionally bends the truth. Read more

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