Max Ufberg looks back at the first week of The Nightly Show: So far, [host Larry] Wilmore has already mocked the Academy Awards, poked fun at Al Sharpton, and taken down Bill Cosby (“That motherfucker did it”). The response has been favorable. Critics have praised Wilmore’s affability and wryness, even his “ideological unpredictability.” He has, […]
We're inching ever closer to the 2015 Academy Awards. And as we count down to the February 22 ceremony (to air live on ABC and to be hosted by Neil Patrick Harris), THG is giving readers a chance to voice their opinions. First, we asked...Show More Summary
After taking home an Academy Award for the lead role in Dallas Buyers Club, and getting all sorts of acclaim for "True Detective," you can say that the McConaissance is going strong. Matthew McConaughey will next be seen in Gus VanShow More Summary
Actors Margot Robbie (The Wolf Of Wall Street) and Miles Teller (Whiplash) have been tapped as hosts of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Scientific and Technical Awards on Saturday, February 7, at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills. Show More Summary
'Fifty Shades of Grey' star Rita Ora will perform her Oscar-nominated song 'Grateful' From 'Beyond the Lights' at the '87th Academy Awards'. [...]
We're still a few weeks out from the 87th Academy Awards, and the folks at The Academy will certainly be busy leading up to the ceremony. But Academy Originals has taken the time to post a new Creative Spark video, this time featuring...Show More Summary
Mercedes-Benz USA collaborated with Robert Stromberg – Maleficent director and a two-time Academy Award winner for Best Art Direction for Alice In Wonderland and Avatar – for its Super Bowl ad this year. It’s Stromberg’s advertising...Show More Summary
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The stars of the 2015 Academy Awards confess their cinematic crushes, favorite love stories, and the movies that make them cry. The Oscar-nominated cast of W's February 2015 Best Performances issue -- including Best Actor in a Leading...Show More Summary
This post is brought to you by our friends at Teen. When it comes to sexiness, nothing does it better than a good ol’ dress with a thigh-high slit. Since Angelina Jolie’s infamous Academy Awards look back in 2012, it seems that basically every celebrity has jumped on the exposed-leg bandwagon and wowed us with their gams. Show More Summary
He always brings his A-game and when Neil Patrick Harris steps out onstage to host the 87th Annual Academy Awards, he’ll have some serious star power backing him up. According to Us Weekly, the “How I Met Your Mother” hunk is getting...Show More Summary
We're totally into this! The Academy Awards are less than a month away (February 22nd!), but it looks like they're already gearing up to be an entertaining night! Not only will Neil Patrick Harris be performing an original song from the people behind Disney's Frozen, but John Legend will be performing too! [ Related: And Your Oscar 2015 [...]
Recently, the Academy Awards nominated the movie Selma for best motion picture, yet many wondered how the academy did not select any of the cast or the director for a 2015 Oscar. People are further questioning how all 20 acting nominees...Show More Summary
Robert Lopez and Christian Anderson-Lopez, the husband-and-wife team behind “Let It Go” and other unavoidable songs from Frozen, are writing the musical number that will open up the 87th Academy Award ceremony. In the tradition of opening numbers past, it is assumed that the song will be brassy. Show More Summary
Neil Patrick Harris will be James Lipton’s guest on Feb. 12 when Inside the Actors Studio premieres its 21st season.
Common and John Legend will perform their Oscar-nominated song 'Glory' at the '87th Annual Academy Awards', airing live February 22 on ABC. [...]
'Academy Awards' host Neil Patrick Harris announces that the 'Frozen' songwriting team are creating a new musical number for the show. [...]
Although he made the Foreign Language Academy Award shortlist, in a shocking turn of events earlier this month, Ruben Ostlund failed to score a nomination with the lauded Force Majeure. At home, however, he earned a record six Guldbagge Awards last night. Show More Summary
Just because you've won two Oscars doesn't mean you're set for life: Dianne Wiest, 66, who has supporting actress Academy Awards under her belt for both Hannah and Her Sisters and Bullets Over Broadway, tells the New York Times that nowadays it's tough for her to even find enough work...
Ruth E. Carter is a four-time nominated African-American costume designer of Los Angeles, California. Carter is known for her work in films such as Malcolm X and Amistad, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Costume Designer. Ruth's roots began in Springfield Massachusetts. Show More Summary