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Why Oscars’ 10 Best Picture Nominees Experiment Failed and What Happens Now

THR takes a look inside the Academy's surprise move to cut the number of likely best picture noms.

‘The King’s Speech’ Reigns at Oscars

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…

Oscars: Mila Kunis’ Dress Generates Buzz on Red Carpet

The "Black Swan" star's Elie Saab gown turns heads at the Academy Awards on Sunday.

‘Black Swan’ Takes Four Prizes at the Independent Spirit Awards

James Franco, "The Kids Are All Right," "Winter's Bone" and "Tiny Furniture" scribe Lena Dunham are also among winners.

The Biggest Youthquake Since 1977 Hits the Oscars

Critic Carrie Rickey surveys the flood of young blood: Almost half the acting Oscar noms are 40 or under.

‘King’s Speech,’ ‘Black Swan’s’ Barbara Hershey Lead Best Cast Wish List

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!

Writers Guild Foundation to Host Event With Debra Granik of ‘Winter’s Bone’

The Writers Guild Foundation will hold its first Anatomy of a Script series event Feb. 22, featuring a screening of "Winter's Bone" and an interview with director Debra Granik.

‘Winter’s Bone’ Sold to Several Asian Territories (Berlin)

Fortissimo Films also sold East European pay-TV rights to director Debra Granik's Oscar-nominated feature.

Debra Granik and Anne Rossellini, ‘Winter’s Bone’

Onscreen and off, the power of determined women is palpable in the ambient adaptation of Daniel Woodrell's Ozarks-set novel.

Top 5 Oscar Nomination Mysteries Solved

Why did Christopher Nolan, Lesley Manville, Marion Cotillard, "Tron", and "Waiting for Superman" lose, and teensy upstarts win? Here's why.

Unusual Number of Oscar Nominees Feature Severed Extremities, Oral Sex

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.

SUNDANCE Q&A: John Hawkes Praises Vera Farmiga for Directing with ‘Grace and Skill’

Character actor talks about hitchhiking as he promotes "Higher Ground" and "Martha Marcy May Marlene."