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BAFTA Awards: London Teed Up For Royal Party Weekend

The BAFTA Film Awards fall this year on Valentine's Day, Sunday February 14. While nominees wait to find out who will get the British Academy's biggest love, events and soirées have been in full swing this week – and will continue through the wee hours of Monday morning. Show More Summary

Oscars 2016 - Third Wave of Presenters Announced!

The 2016 Academy Awards are just about two weeks away and the third wave of presenters have been announced. These additional presenters include some huge stars including Cate Blanchett, Russell Crowe, Eddie Redmayne and Jennifer Garner. Newcomer and Star Wars actress Daisy Ridley is also set to take the stage. The show will be taking [...]

TV This Week, Feb. 14 - 20: 'Broad City' on Comedy Central

SUNDAY Filmmakers Tom Hooper, Danny Boyle, Todd Haynes, Tom McCarthy, Ridley Scott and Quentin Tarantino take part in a roundtable on "The Envelope." 5:30 p.m. Ovation Blimey! It's time for the "The EE British Academy Film Awards 2016" — a.k.a. the BAFTAs. 7:30 p.m. BBC America Isn't it romantic?...

Flashback: See Emmylou Harris Sing for Willie Nelson

Since 1958, the organization now known as the Recording Academy has presented the annual Grammy Awards in recognition of excellence in musical genres from country to classical, from traditional pop to hip-hop. In 1990, the Academy's Board of Trustees added an award of merit, presenting the first-ever Grammy Living Legend...

Steven Spielberg Thinks People Should 'Stop Blaming The Academy' For #OscarsSoWhite Controversy — Check Out All His Strong Opinions HERE!

Steven Spielberg is arguably the most powerful figure in Hollywood, so we've been waiting to hear what he had to say about the #OscarsSoWhite controversy. In an interview for The Hollywood Reporter's "Awards Chatter" podcast, the 69-year-old said the entertainment industry needed to "stop blaming the Academy" for the lack of minority representation — echoing the [...]

Red Band Trailer and Poster for THE BOSS starring Melissa McCarthy is HERE!

A new red-band trailer and poster for Universal Pictures’ THE BOSS starring Melissa McCarthy is now online Academy Award®-nominated star Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids, The Heat, Tammy) headlines The Boss as a titan of industry who is sent to prison after she’s caught for insider trading. Show More Summary

Who will win at the BAFTA Awards?

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The annual British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards is taking place on Valentine’s Day, once again in London’s Royal Opera House. Arguably the U.K. film industry’s most prestigious night, the BAFTAs are considered the...Show More Summary

Russell Simmons Launches the All Def Movie Awards, Which ‘Are Not the Black Oscars, But They Could Be’

In the midst of the controversy over the lack of diversity at the Academy Awards this year, Russell Simmons has found a solution: Create your own awards show. Simmons is launching the All Def Movie Awards on February 24, just four days before the Oscars at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood... More »

Susan Sarandon Praises SNL’s ‘Very Tasteful’ Cut of ‘Motherlover,’ Which Suggests Whatever They Edited Out Was Absolutely Unspeakable

Academy Award winner and our nation’s preeminent MILF Susan Sarandon stopped by Late Night to reminisce about shooting “Motherlover,” one of the most beloved digital shorts of the SNL writing staff, and rightly so. According to Sarandon, the pseudo-sequel to “Dick in a Box” required a ridiculous late-night shoot that produced a... More »

Grammys 2016: How to keep up with the awards show on social media

LOS ANGELES — The Recording Academy is ramping up its social media efforts in order to attract younger viewers to the 58th Annual Grammy Awards This year, for the first time ever, the Academy is utilizing a number of Internet influencers...Show More Summary

'Silence of the Lambs' at 25: 'It Broke All the Rules'

I was terrified at the Academy Awards," screenwriter Ted Tally says. "I can't describe how nerve-racking it is. You go in the bathrooms, and people are boozing it up, smoking, doing lines of coke. You never saw so many famous people so nervous." Twenty-five years ago on this coming Valentine's Day,...

1932 love story starring trees is the sweetest thing (video)

This captivating cartoon, 'Flowers and Trees,' won the first Academy Award for Animated Short Subject.

Russell Simmons’ All Def Movie Awards Set To Bring Laughs, Highlight Diversity

Days before the 88th Academy Awards, Russell Simmons’ multi-platform digital entertainment outfit All Def Digital is injecting some much needed levity into the conversation about Hollywood’s diversity problem with the All Def Movie Awards,...Show More Summary

Contest: Chicago, see Foreign Language Oscar nominee A War early and for free

From The Hurt Locker to American Sniper, The Academy Awards have a history of nominating (and awarding) films about what happens to soldiers when they return home form active duty. This year, they continue the trend by nominating Denmark’s A War for best Foreign Language Film. Show More Summary

‘A Bigger Splash’ Trailer: Tilda Swinton Puts on Her Best Bowie

How did it take this long for Tilda Swinton to play a rock star? The seemingly ageless Academy Award winner has tackled many roles throughout her fascinating career, but A Bigger Splash seems to be the first film to recognize how great she can look in shiny face paint and glittery costumes. Show More Summary

Lady Gaga On Jennifer Lawrence Being ‘The Prettiest Girl In The World’

With the Academy Awards fast-approaching, the pre-awards events are the place to be. Most recently, an Academy Awards 2016 luncheon was held to bring together some of the most talented actors in Hollywood of the time. At the luncheon was the Oscar hopeful for her lead in the movie Joy, Jennifer Lawrence. Show More Summary

Who Is My Oscar Snubbed Daddy???

Guess the preciousness Guess The Father Of This Baby A certain Hollyweird actor has been posting pictures of his precious seed. This star was thought to be a shoe-in for the Academy Awards despite his movie never being shone in

Chris Rock Says 2016 Oscars ‘Could Go Horribly Wrong’ As #OscarsSoWhite Controversy Reaches Fever Pitch

Chris Rock says the 2016 Oscars “could go horribly wrong” as the #OscarsSoWhite controversy hits fever pitch. With this year’s list of nominees lacking diversity in the Academy Awards, it has many wondering how Rock will present himself at the biggest event in Hollywood of the year. Show More Summary

Aaron Sorkin to Adapt ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ for B’way

Aaron Sorkin is bringing Scout Finch to the spotlight. The Academy Award–winning screenwriter behind “The Social Network” and “Steve Jobs” is reteaming with producer Scott Rudin with a stage adaptation of “To Kill A Mockingbird” for the 2017–18 Broadway season. Show More Summary

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