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Oscars 2013

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Craig Zadan and Neil Meron (‘The Wiz Live!’)

Hollywood's go-to producers for anything related to musical theater — the movie musical 'Chicago,' music-filled Oscar shows and NBC's live musicals — dish on color-blind casting, hate-watching and plans to bring 'The Wiz' and 'Bombshell' to Broadway.

Oscars: Greg Berlanti to Serve as Head Writer for Telecast

Director Hamish Hamilton returns for his third outing as director as more members of the show's production team were announced Friday

Oscar to Suicide in One Year: Tracing the ‘Searching for Sugar Man’ Director’s Tragic Final Days

After the death of Malik Bendjelloul, who threw himself in front of a subway train, a THR writer heads to Sweden to talk to his friends, who reveal the perfectionist's quirks -- from eating the same breakfast for six months to walking one lap around his apartment before and after work -- and open up about his fear, doubt and their own surprise: "He was the least likely to take his life."

Cannes: Film Industry Shocked by ‘Searching for Sugar Man’ Director’s Suicide

The Oscar-winning director took his own life Tuesday night.

Oscars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and More on Dealing With the Demands of Their Roles

This year’s nominated actors and actresses spill all, from the biggest challenges to getting inside the heads of their (sometimes unlikable) characters.

Oscars: Scott Feinberg Sizes Up the Best Picture Race (Analysis)

The films in the awards-season hunt include Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine," Matthew McConaughey's "Dallas Buyers Club," Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" and Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave." Does anyone have an edge?

Vanity Fair Oscar Party Exits Sunset Tower; Will It Land in Parking Lot? (Exclusive)

The magazine's star-filled soiree has been held at the Sunset Boulevard venue since 2009.

European Film Awards: Oscar Winner ‘Searching for Sugar Man’ Among People’s Choice Contenders

Spanish box office hit "The Impossible," period drama "Anna Karenina" with Kiera Knightly and Jude Law and Pedro Almodovar’s "I’m So Excited" are also among the nominees for the category.

Let’s Not Call the Oscar Race Before It Starts

Some are already awarding Oprah Winfrey for "Lee Daniels' The Butler" and Cate Blanchett for "Blue Jasmine." THR's awards analyst urges caution.

Cannes: Oscar Rivals Steven Spielberg, Ang Lee Bury Hatchet for Jury Duty

“He's my hero,” Ang Lee says of Jury president Steven Spielberg “I worship him.”

Austrian Filmmakers Fear Public Budget Cuts

The country that produced Oscar-winners Michael Haneke and Christoph Waltz could radically slash film financing next year.

Oscar Producers Meron and Zadan Defend Seth MacFarlane, Boob Song: Complainers ‘Missed the Joke’

"We live in a society that is not very conscious of satire anymore," Neil Meron said. "They're very serious."