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Bottoms Up to Daniel Radcliffe!

This week has been an important one for Harry Potter star, Daniel Radcliffe.  Within days of his invitation to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Radcliffe has signed on to a new film project and received another unique honor. Swiss Army Man, also set to star Paul Dano and Mary Elizabeth Winstead,...read more!

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Academy Museum: In the June 25 Calendar section, an article about the Los Angeles City Council approving the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures said that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had sponsored a failed attempt in the 1960s to establish a film museum in Los Angeles. Hollywood...

James Gunn instantly regrets agreeing to read Chris Pratt-penned speech

In one jam-packed 24-hour period last week, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn was invited to be a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, united with geek gods Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion to shoot a cameo...Show More Summary

Film Director Andrei Zvyagintsev Invited to Sit on Oscars Jury

The prominent Russian film director Andrei Zvyagintsev is among the 322 artists and cinema executives invited by the US Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to join the organizations for their “contributions to theatrical motion pictures.”

Motion Picture Academy Invites 322 New Members

The Academy of Motion Arts and Sciences, the group responsible for deciding on and dishing out the Oscars, has extended invitations to 322 new potential members, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In recent years, the group has come under heavy scrutiny for its discernible lack of diversity, with the majority... More »

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invites 322 to join in diversity effort

Actors David Oyelowo, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Stone and director Justin Lin were among an unusually large and demographically broad group invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences this week.

Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs On Diversity Among Members, Searching For New Oscar Producers , And Breaking Ground On The Movie Museum – Interview

After an Oscar season in which the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences was blasted for a lack of diversity in their nominations, Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs sounded ecstatic on the phone today about the wide range and true diversity represented in the list of 322 new members invited to join the exclusive club this year. Show More Summary

The Academy Sends Out 322 Invitations to Many Famous Stars!

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has just sent out invitations to 322 individuals, in favor of diversity! Some of the famous people who have received invitations this year include Emma Stone, Felicity Jones, Rosamund Pike, David Oyelowo, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Benedict Cumberbatch. Last year, The Academy sent out 271 invitations, which was [...]

Oscars: The full list of 2015 invitees to the film academy

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited a large and demographically broad group of 322 new members, including David Oyelowo, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Stone and director Justin Lin.

Daniel Radcliffe, Elizabeth Banks, Justin Lin among academy invitees

A veteran "Fast & Furious" filmmaker, the actor who played Harry Potter and one of the anchors of the "Pitch Perfect" franchise were among the 322 people invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Friday.

Movie Academy Invites: Oscar Winners Eddie Redmayne & JK Simmons Among 332 New Members

This just hit from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. It’s always a fun list, mostly to see who hadn’t been in before. Will update with more thoughts shortly. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is extending...Show More Summary

The Academy Is Officially Getting A Museum, Get The Details

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has celebrated achievements in moviemaking for decades. And now they've received official approval to start creating their ultimate love letter to the craft. Announced on Wednesday, the...Show More Summary

Academy Will Not Cut Number of Best Picture Nominees

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is keeping a flexible field of as many as 10 nominees for best picture, but did make some other small changes.

Academy Museum wins final L.A. City Council approval

The Academy Museum won final approval Wednesday morning from the Los Angeles City Council, whose 13-0 vote cleared the way for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to start construction on its $300-million project as early as this summer.

Oscars 2016: Academy adjusts rules on producing credits, VFX, short films

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will follow the Producers Guild of America's lead in determining who is eligible for a best picture Oscar, the academy announced Wednesday.

A re-edited plan for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - the organization that awards the Oscars - is poised to build a new museum stretching across 208,000 square feet on Wilshire Boulevard just west of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Dedicated to the history of movies and the art of filmmaking,...

The Academy Asks its Members for Advice for Aspiring Filmmakers

"Dig deep inside yourself and face all of your inner demons, and make friends with them." Need some advice? Need some inspiration, or encouragement? The latest video from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is a questions session what advice various artists would have for other aspiring filmmakers. Show More Summary

Watch: The Academy's Look Back at Cheech & Chong's 'Up in Smoke'

"Nobody had seen any movies like this before - where the stoners were the good guys, and the cops were the bad guys." The Academy (of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, that gives out the Oscars) has launched an online featurette profiling...Show More Summary

Fix the City community group, citing traffic, might fight Academy Museum

A savvy opponent is ready to take on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences over concerns that its planned $300-million film museum will snarl traffic and worsen parking problems.

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