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In 2012, Michel Hazanavicius' movie The Artist won more than 100 awards, including the Oscar for best picture, but grossed as much as Ice Age: Continental Drift grossed in its first weekend. In 2015, the Best Album of the Year Grammy Award went to Beck's Morning Phase, an album that, in one year, sold two thirds of the copies the runner-up, Beyoncé, sold in its first day of release.
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'Ice Age: Continental Drift' and 'The Artist' Combined for 'The Scratist'

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With the Oscars coming up this weekend, we're likely going to be seeing a whole lot of The Artist throughout the ceremony as it's likely to take more more than a few awards. Until then, we get a slightly skewed take on the Best Pict...

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Source Michel Hazanavicius’ last feature, 2011’s The Artist, was both a loving recreation of silent films and a study of the Hollywood era in which they were made. It won five Oscars that year, including best picture and best direct...

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