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Does ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Actually Have a Chance at the Oscars?

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by Erin Whitney October 13, 2015 @ 1:37 PM
Warner Bros.
By the end of summer, Mad Max: Fury Road was ranking high on nearly everyone’s Top 10 list, and was even voted the best film of the year by the International Federation of Film Critics. With such praise, Fury Road soon popped up in Oscar discussions, and now Warner Bros. is planning to campaign the film for Best Picture, Best Actress, Actor and Best Supporting Actor. So what does it mean? Does Fury Road actually have a chance this year to not only get nominated, but win in any of those categories?

Here’s What The 2016 Oscar Race Will Probably Look Like

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by Erin Whitney October 1, 2015 @ 2:29 PM
Open Road/Focus Features/Weinstein/A24
This is the most exciting time of the year for anyone who loves film, as critics and journalists no longer have to play the guessing game of what may or may not make it to the Oscars. The awards season frontrunners are already pretty clear, with the exception of a few titles yet to screen for press, including The Revenant, The Hateful Eight, Joy, By the Sea and Concussion. Here’s what your 2016 Oscar categories will most likely look like.

2016 Oscars to Hire a ‘Well-Known’ Duo as Next Year’s Hosts

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by Mike Sampson September 2, 2015 @ 7:44 AM
ABC
Last years Oscars host Neil Patrick Harris said almost immediately after the broadcast that he “doubted” he would ever do it again, explaining, “I don’t know that my family nor my soul could take it.” Which, of course, meant that the search for a replacement was on almost immediately. But, if you’re looking for just one person, you may be barking up the wrong tree. This year’s Oscars producers say “there will be multiple hosts for sure.”

The Oscars Strongly Considering a Return to Five Best Picture Nominees

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by Jacob Hall March 4, 2015 @ 10:09 AM
After six years, one of the Oscars’ boldest (and most desperate) experiments may be coming to an end. In 2009, the Academy Awards changed its rules to allow up to 10 films to receive Best Picture nominations. The thought process was simple enough: with double the potential nominees, more mainstream fare could get nominated and ratings for the annual Oscars telecast would increase. But that didn’t work. This year’s ceremony was a disaster (in more ways than one) and the Academy is apparently ready to call this whole thing off and return to the old ways.

The Worst Oscars Ever! (At Least in Terms of Hot Takes)

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by Matt Singer February 24, 2015 @ 4:01 PM
Steve Granitz, WireImage
One of the few unquestioned highlights of this year’s Academy Awards was the live performance of Best Original Song nominee “Everything is Awesome” from The LEGO Movie. Tegan and Sara and the Lonely Island performed, Oprah got her very own LEGO Oscar, and Will Arnett moaned about darkness and no parents while wearing Val Kilmer’s Batsuit from Batman Forever. It was a great moment, but one that was totally out of touch with the spirit of the evening. According to almost every pundit and critic, everything was decidedly not awesome about the 87th Oscars.

Watch How the LEGO Oscar Trophies Were Made

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by Mike Sampson February 23, 2015 @ 7:32 AM
The LEGO Movie may not have been nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 2015 Oscars, but one of the highlights of the show was still the performance of “Everything is Awesome” by The Lonely Island with Tegan & Sara. During the song, dancers from the stage came down into the audience and handed out LEGO Oscar trophies to Emma Stone, Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Oprah, who was really excited.

Oscars 2015: The Best and Worst Moments From This Year’s Show

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by Matt Singer February 23, 2015 @ 12:11 AM
ABC
At long last, the Oscars are in the books for another year. As usual, the Academy Awards made for a night full of memorable moments, great speeches, and huge disappointments. (You deserved better, Boyhood.) Here now, the highs and lows of Oscars 2015 — all the things the Oscars got right this year, and all the things they got wrong:

2015 Oscars: Julianne Moore Wins Best Actress for ‘Still Alice’

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by Britt Hayes February 22, 2015 @ 10:57 PM
Sony Pictures Classics
While many have been focused on the tight race for Best Actor at the 2015 Oscars, the Best Actress category was just as equally close. But one nominee stood out among the rest: Julianne Moore has just received the Academy Award for Best Actress at the 2015 Oscars for her powerful role in the poignant drama Still Alice.

2015 Oscars: Eddie Redmayne Wins Best Actor for ‘The Theory of Everything’

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by Britt Hayes February 22, 2015 @ 10:51 PM
Focus Features
This year’s Best Actor Oscar race was incredibly tight, offering five nominees who delivered absolutely fantastic performances in some of the year’s best and most acclaimed films. The race is now over, as Eddie Redmayne has won the 2015 Oscar for Best Actor for his performance in The Theory of Everything.