Oscar luck runs in hot streaks for some, in dribbles for others.
"The King's Speech" should continue to sell tickets thanks to a boffo Oscars night.
The attempt to attract a younger audience to this year's Oscar telecast went beyond the hiring of James Franco and Anne Hathaway as hosts.
The first push by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may not have been perfect, but it proved to be a very solid first effort.
The youth movement in this year's choice of Oscar hosts didn't alter the show's dynamics, from the opening insert-actors-in-montage sequence (hello, Billy Crystal) to the stiff, awkward banter…
The king has spoken.
The traditional double celebration at the Night Before added two more layers at Saturday's BevHills Hotel event.
Director Tom Hooper has won the Best Director Oscar for "The King's Speech," capping an impressive award-season run for the British helmer.
Oscar's red carpet is literally the last mile of an arduous trek that seems to get a little longer every year. But who's complaining?
Melissa Leo's acceptance speech F-bomb was the first ever at the Oscars, cementing her place in telecast history while fulfilling her run as the presumed favorite in the supporting actress category.
"Alice in Wonderland" has won the Oscar for art direction for Robert Stromberg for production design and Karen O'Hara for set decoration.