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

    7:15 pm PST 02/22/2011
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    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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  2. Report: 2010 Box Office Favored Movies with 'Strong Biblical Morality' Over Pro-Atheism Themes

    10:57 am PST 02/20/2011
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    The Movieguide Faith and Value Awards featured the annual report to the industry and honored movies such as "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader." READ MORE

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  3. 'Social Network' Wins Best Edited Dramatic Feature at ACE Eddie Awards

    10:02 pm PST 02/19/2011
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    "Alice in Wonderland" wins for best edited comedy or musical, "Toy Story 3" takes prize for animated feature film. READ MORE

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  4. 'Social Network' Nabs Best Int'l Film, Actor Honors at Irish Film and TV Awards

    9:37 am PST 02/13/2011
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    Annette Bening gets int'l actress award for 'The Kids Are All Right' at Dublin ceremony, which dished out 37 awards for movies and television shows on Feb. 12. READ MORE

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  5. Roger Ebert Picks Oscar Winners: Firth, Rush, Steinfeld, Hooper, Sorkin and 'Incendies'

    10:39 am PST 02/11/2011
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    Roger Ebert predicts who will win, who ought to, and offers you a chance to win $100,000 real dollars in the Outguess Ebert contest. READ MORE

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  6. Disney Profits Up 54% in Q1

    2:03 pm PST 02/08/2011
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    UPDATED: Theme parks division growth, strong ESPN ad sales boost bottom line; studio entertainment segment revenue flat. READ MORE

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  7. Former Disney Exec Calls Pixar-Boycotted Annies 'Sad'

    3:04 pm PST 02/06/2011
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    "I understand there's lot of issues, and the Animated Film Society needs to work on that," Peter Schneider tells THR. READ MORE

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  8. Screenwriting Guru Robert McKee Rates the Oscar Nominees

    10:06 am PST 02/05/2011
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    The longtime screenwriting teacher weighs in on the debate about accuracy in biographical films such as "The Fighter," "The King's Speech" and "The Social Network." READ MORE

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  9. Michael Arndt, 'Toy Story 3'

    1:02 pm PST 02/04/2011
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    The only person to have won a best original screenplay Oscar for his first scrip then get an adapted screenplay nomination for his second looks to stay busy well past Oscar night. READ MORE

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  10. Will 'Dragon' Take the Oscar From 'Toy Story'?

    2:33 pm PST 02/02/2011
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    DreamWorks' 'Dragon' picks up momentum after Tuesday's VES Awards. READ MORE

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  11. 'Toy Story 3' Writer to Take on Disney's Snow White Project (Exclusive)

    4:15 pm PST 02/01/2011
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    Michael Arndt will work on "Snow and the Seven," an East-meets-West take on the fairy tale set in 19th century China that's being directed by Francis Lawrence. READ MORE

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  12. Top 5 Oscar Nomination Mysteries Solved

    8:19 pm PST 01/26/2011
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    Why did Christopher Nolan, Lesley Manville, Marion Cotillard, "Tron", and "Waiting for Superman" lose, and teensy upstarts win? Here's why. READ MORE

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  13. Unusual Number of Oscar Nominees Feature Severed Extremities, Oral Sex

    4:22 pm PST 01/26/2011
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    Film critic Steven Rea "goes out on a limb" and proclaims this the biggest year for amputations in Oscar history. But oral sex scenes win still more kudos. READ MORE

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  14. New Oscar Predictions: 'King's Speech,' David Fincher, 'Inception,' 'Inside Job'

    6:57 pm PST 01/25/2011
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    THR's Oscar Nostradamus respectably guesses 31 out of 35 Oscar noms, and reveals who's going to win now. And why "The King's Speech" is ahead again (by a nose). READ MORE

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  15. Oscar Nominees React

    6:38 am PST 01/25/2011
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    "I didn't really feel anything at first and then when I was looking at the TV and I heard my name and saw my face on the television screen, I just kind of snapped," says first-time acting nominee, Jennifer Lawrence. READ MORE

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  16. 'King's Speech' Takes Top PGA Award, Shakes Up Awards Race

    10:27 pm PST 01/22/2011
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    "Toy Story 3," "Mad Men," "Modern Family" and "Waiting for 'Superman' " are also honored at Saturday night ceremony. READ MORE

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  17. Pre-PGA Oscar Predictions: 'Social Network' and Portman Will Win

    12:56 pm PST 01/21/2011
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    THR's Oscar predictor gives up on "The King's Speech" and Annette Bening -- but ask us again after Saturday's PGA Awards. READ MORE

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  18. 'Toy Story 3' Breaks Visual Effects Barrier at BAFTAs

    5:39 pm PST 01/19/2011
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    Yesterday's BAFTA noms are yet another sign of a changing way of thinking about what constitutes a visual effect. READ MORE

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  19. 'Social Network' Leads Globes With Four Wins, 'Glee' Takes Top TV Honors

    5:07 pm PST 01/16/2011
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    "The Kids Are All Right," "Glee," Natalie Portman and Colin Firth also pick up major awards. READ MORE

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  20. The Making of “Toy Story 3”

    9:44 pm PST 01/11/2011
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    A years-old concept got chucked at the very first meeting as the Pixar brain trust looked to reinvent its beloved franchise — and give it a fitting finale. READ MORE

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  21. Post-PGA Oscar Predictions: 'True Grit' No. 3, Tie for First Place

    5:43 pm PST 01/06/2011
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    I'm stubbornly sticking with "The King's Speech" for best picture, but my fellow Gurus o'Gold are split. But the Coens' Western galloped from No. 7 to No. 3. READ MORE

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