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  1. Oscars: James Franco, Anne Hathaway Open Show With Movie Spoofs

    5:56 pm PST 02/27/2011
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    The co-hosts pop up in scenes from best picture nominees including "Inception" and "The King's Speech" -- and even "Back to the Future." READ MORE

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  2. 'The King's Speech' Reigns at Oscars

    5:45 pm PST 02/27/2011
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    The British drama wins best picture, lead actor, director and original screenplay honors at the 83rd Academy Awards; Natalie Portman, Melissa Leo and Christian Bale join Colin Firth as winners in acting categories. READ MORE

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

    4:09 pm PST 02/27/2011
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    The best supporting actress nominee favorite says she hopes someone else wins the award. READ MORE

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  4. 'I Am Number Four' is No. 1 Overseas With $17.8 Million

    1:46 pm PST 02/27/2011
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    "Black Swan" dances into second place while "The King's Speech" and "True Grit" take the third and fourth spots, respectively. READ MORE

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  5. Oscar Movies Are Leading To Big Box Office

    5:00 am PST 02/25/2011
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    This season's stunning box-office receipts from "Black Swan" and "The King's Speech" may prompt Hollywood to greenlight similar adult projects. READ MORE

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  6. The Biggest Youthquake Since 1977 Hits the Oscars

    3:22 pm PST 02/24/2011
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    Critic Carrie Rickey surveys the flood of young blood: Almost half the acting Oscar noms are 40 or under. READ MORE

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  7. Oscars: Will the Loudest Actors Win?

    6:09 pm PST 02/23/2011
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    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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  8. 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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  9. 'Black Swan' Tops Int'l Box Office for Second Straight Week With $17.6 Million

    5:18 pm PST 02/20/2011
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    Oscar nominated "The King's Speech" comes in a close second with $15.8 million, followed by "Tangled" at No. 3 with $11.5 million. READ MORE

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  10. 'King's Speech,' 'Black Swan's' Barbara Hershey Lead Best Cast Wish List

    7:07 pm PST 02/18/2011
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    No, there are no Best Casting Oscars. So "General Hospital'" Mark Teschner decided to make some nominations on his own -- Barbara Hershey's casting director, get that speech ready! READ MORE

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  11. Oscar Insiders: Why the Academy Should Kill the Best Song Category

    4:00 pm PST 02/17/2011
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    Some experts are suggesting to replace it with an adapted-music award. The good news is, the Academy will likely be open to new ideas, writes Tim Appelo. READ MORE

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  12. Hailee Steinfeld Wins Best Supporting Actress in Gurus o'Gold Poll

    5:38 pm PST 02/16/2011
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    Suddenly at the last minute, "True Grit's" teen titan Hailee Steinfeld tops the influential pundits' poll, showing how volatile the supporting actress category is this year. READ MORE

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  13. Why 'Anti-Pimp' Helena Bonham Carter Might Steal Melissa Leo's Oscar

    3:24 pm PST 02/16/2011
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    Blogger Anne Thompson argues that the "King's Speech" star has already turned in two of the best performances on the campaign trail: at The Hollywood Reporter's actress roundtable and the Oscar nominees' luncheon. READ MORE

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  14. 'Inception' Cinematographer Wally Pfister Wins ASC Film Award

    9:49 pm PST 02/13/2011
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    Also earning trophies were Stephen Windon for HBO's "The Pacific" and Jonathan Freeman for his work on the network's "Boardwalk Empire." READ MORE

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  15. Oscar Front-Runners, Led by 'King's Speech,' Enjoying Box-Office Boost

    2:55 pm PST 02/13/2011
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    Other awards contenders including "True Grit," "The Fighter" and "Black Swan" are still performing well globally. READ MORE

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  16. 5 New Melissa Leo Quotes: Hailee Steinfeld 'Pimping,' Helena Bonham Carter 'Shoving Me'

    10:48 am PST 02/11/2011
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    Oscar frontrunner Melissa Leo says stardom is "oddly fascinating, a little uncomfortable, and tremendous fun." "Sounds like a push-up bra," says interviewer Thelma Adams. READ MORE

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  17. 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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  18. The Coen Brothers Return to Berlin With 'True Grit'

    5:52 pm PST 02/10/2011
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    Thirteen years after bringing "The Big Lebowski" to the German fest, the filmmakers introduce their latest to the cinema's international community. READ MORE

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  19. Hailee Steinfeld Holds Her Own at Rambunctious Berlin Press Conference (Berlin)

    5:07 pm PST 02/10/2011
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    Josh Brolin, Jeff Bridges kid the "True Grit" star about making money off of them for cursing. READ MORE

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  20. Inside 'Inception': The Last-Minute 8-Oscar-Bait Featurette

    4:02 pm PST 02/10/2011
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    For a $823 million movie, clearly the year's most spectacular and original, "Inception" has one lowish profile. So here's Warner Bros.' new five-minute featurette to keep the Oscar dream alive. READ MORE

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  21. Oscar Expert Mark Harris: Ban Actors, Writers From Voting on Sound and Editing

    8:43 am PST 02/10/2011
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    Oscarologist and "Pictures at a Revolution" author Mark Harris has a revolutionary idea: common sense in Oscar voting for sound and editing awards. READ MORE

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