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Oscars Considering Going Back to Five Best Picture Nominees

If it's an honor to be nominated for an Oscar, then three films wouldn't have had that honor last year if the Best Picture category had been capped at five. Yet, that's exactly what the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is considering, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary

Academy Awards May Go Back to Only Five Best Picture Nominees

Since 2010, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have allowed for up to 10 nominees in the Best Picture category after the rules were changed to make the awards ceremony more inclusive for films like The Dark Knight. It was a move aiming to get more people to tune in to the Oscars see if their favorite movie would win the big prize. Show More Summary

'Hollywood Costume' sells 78,000 tickets at future Academy Museum site

20 hours agoArts : Culture Monster

"Hollywood Costume," a multimedia exhibition at the site of the future Academy Museum, sold 78,000 tickets between its opening on Oct. 2 and its closing on Monday, according to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

'Hollywood Costume' sells 78,000 tickets at future Academy Museum site

20 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

"Hollywood Costume," a multimedia exhibition at the site of the future Academy Museum, sold 78,000 tickets between its opening on Oct. 2 and its closing on Monday, according to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Jay Smooth on the Idea of the “Good Person”

“First, let me say that I’m tired of all of this talk about ‘snubs,'” said an anonymous member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. And continued: And as far as the accusations about the Academy being racist? Yes, most members are white males, but they are not the cast of Deliverance — […]

Oscars 2015: Diversity onstage stands in stark contrast to nominees

When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the Oscar nominations in January, the absence of any minority group nominees in the acting categories — for only the second time since 1998 — triggered a backlash of criticism and threats of protest.

A Thank You Letter to Ava DuVernay

Yesterday, millions tuned in to watch the 87th Academy Awards. This star-studded event featured Hollywood's most glamorous celebrating the art of motion picture filmmaking. For many, the Oscars epitomize the height of theatrical success through acting's highest honors. Show More Summary

Oscars 2015: Academy addresses Joan Rivers' 'In Memoriam' absence

In the wake of fan outrage that Joan Rivers was not included in the Oscars' annual "In Memoriam" segment honoring Hollywood figures who have died in the last year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences issued a statement to The Times on Monday:

And the Moviegoers Best Blockbuster Award Goes to... Interstellar!

Film insiders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may have given Best Picture honors to Birdman, but moviegoers in the new Moviegoers Best Blockbuster Film Awards gave top honors to Interstellar! Moviegoers hailed Interstellar...Show More Summary

Oscars 2015: Some of the awards they forgot to give

As I write this, the 2015 Oscars are still glamming along, but it's not to early to note the awards that could have been given if the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences were just a touch more creative.

Reviewing the 2015 Oscar Nominees: Who Will Win Tonight

This year’s Oscars will be remembered for the righteous outcry against Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voters for nominating primarily white male nominees and snubbing people of color, particularly those involved in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. biopic Selma. The overall group of 6,028 Academy Awards voters is over 90% white and 76% male. [...]

The Wandering Review: Oscar Predictions (Guest Voice)

SAN DIEGO (SDONA) — The following predictions of which films will win Oscars this Sunday should not be construed as a list of my favorite films from the previous year. An election by the members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences determines the winners. As in any election, they are influenced by [...]Show More Summary

Guest Editorial: If Benedict Cumberbatch Doesn't Win the Best Actor Oscar, I Shall Be Forced to Delete My Blog

Benedict Cumberbatch better win the Oscar—or else! By Lulu Manolis, webmaster at cumberbatchinmyhair.biz Hear my words, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and mark them well: I hereby declare, for all the world to see, that...Show More Summary

For your consideration — why 'The Interview' should've gotten a Best Picture Oscar nod

  This year the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences nominated eight films in the Best Picture category. Critically acclaimed favorites like "Nightcrawler," "Wild" and "Foxcatcher" are among those that were left out of the race. I...Show More Summary

Latino Actors Weren't Snubbed At The Oscars -- But That's Not A Good Thing

It's been 14 years since a U.S. Latino actor last took home an Academy Award. No one knows when that will happen again, but it certainly won't be this Sunday. After the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced its all-white...Show More Summary

Newswire: Livechat the Oscars with us on Sunday

This Sunday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences will bestow golden statuettes upon a few lucky rich people, while we—the great unwashed, the decidedly unfamous—make zingers at their expense and mental notes to watch Virunga on Netflix. Show More Summary

Oscars: Al Sharpton-Led Activist Group Planning Protest Sunday

There will be more than nominees outside the Oscars on Sunday as demands for greater diversity within the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences take to the Hollywood streets. The Los Angeles chapter of Al Sharpton's National Action...Show More Summary

Oscars: Academy Announces Record Voting Turnout And Online Participation

In a thank you letter emailed to members, Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences  CEO Dawn Hudson announced that not only have voting numbers for the 87th Annual Academy Awards set turnout records, this year also set marks for online voting participation. Show More Summary

Thursday Odds and Ends

-180 LA worked with the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences for this Oscars promo (video above). -Y&R explores “Goat Brands” for the Chinese New Year. -Creative and media agency Out There has been appointed media agency of record...Show More Summary

Dem Rep. Sends Letter to Oscars to Express ‘Shock at the Lack of Diversity’

2 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

A Democratic member of Congress sent a letter to the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (CC'ing lots of other Hollywood people too) decrying the lack of diversity in this year's Oscar nominees.

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