Chalk it up perhaps to truncated prep time, but the strike-threatened Oscars yielded a sleek and workmanlike telecast.
The usual Oscar buzz was in the air at the Kodak Theater Sunday night, but there was also an undercurrent of serene relief. Maybe because you don't appreciate something until it's taken away. Or…
Marion Cotillard won one of the most closely watched categories of the evening, winning the statuette for "La vie en rose."
Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan are scripting the "Hellraiser" remake for Dimension Films.
Hollywood was determined to stay chipper on Oscar night, no matter how gray the skies and how turbulent the recent past.
Tilda Swinton scored the first major surprise of the evening when she nabbed the best supporting actress statuette for her turn as a morally compromised Karen Crowder in "Michael Clayton."
Vanity Fair's after-party pullout may have dimmed the festivities in Hollywood, but New York magazine, Variety and the Acad's East Coast branch kept the party banners flying in Gotham.
"This category has been taking a beating from the press," said Mark Johnson in his opening remarks at the Academy's pre-Oscar symposium featuring foreign-language-film award nominees on Saturday.
The Coen brothers reprised their lopsided-personality act backstage -- Joel spoke comfortably and at length, while Ethan appeared visibly flustered -- but both agreed their work on "No Country for…
Acting prizes went to Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Tilda Swinton and Javier Bardem at the 80th annual Academy Awards.
Dark comedy "The Art of Crying" won two of the major awards, among them the one for best Danish film, as the Sweden's Bodil awards were handed out in Copenhagen Sunday night.
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