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Kate Winslet Refuses to Boycott the Oscars Because Leonardo DiCaprio Will Be There

Vanity Fair - ‎9 hours ago‎
One person who absolutely won't be boycotting the Oscars come February 28? Kate Winslet. And her decision to attend has less to do with her own supporting-actress nomination for Steve Jobs than her everlasting devotion to her Titanic love interest ...
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Peek Inside This Year's $200000 Oscars Gift Bags

SELF - ‎14 hours ago‎
Oscars season is upon us, and we have so many burning questions. Who is going to slay hardest on the red carpet? Will Leonardo DiCaprio finally get an Oscar for The Revenant? And, of course, what's in this year's gift bags? Because what on earth do you ...

The Oscars: #SoWhite Class Photo ... Where's The Weeknd? - ‎14 hours ago‎
Go ahead and try to find The Weeknd among the 155 nominees. Looking ... looking ... looking ... looking ... Before you go blind -- here's the answer key.

From Kristen Stewart to Channing Tatum: the worst Oscar snubs of 2016 - ‎13 hours ago‎
These terms have all been used by Oscar pundits to describe Matt Damon's performance in The Martian - and are all a thousand times more applicable to Channing Tatum's absurdly undervalued work in general, and in last summer's Magic Mike XXL in ...

When the Oscars Began, It Was the Women Who Had All the Power

Vanity Fair - ‎10 hours ago‎
In 1928, the year that the Oscars were born, John Gilbert was the highest-paid actor in Hollywood; Greta Garbo, the top MGM star of 1928, was not far behind, and would soon eclipse her romantic lead, lover, and mentor, commanding an unprecedented ...

Tonight's #AAFCA Awards Ceremony Touted As The Anti-Oscars - ‎6 hours ago‎
Just before the 88th Oscars ceremony on February 28, one organization is touting its lesser-known fete as an alternative for those with concerns about diversity in Hollywood.
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Oscars producers ask for thank you list in advance to end gushing speeches

The Guardian - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
The tickertape may or may not include the word “God”, but it will certainly include the words “Meryl Streep”, as it was revealed that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the body who organise the Oscars, are taking steps to limit the time ...
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Kate Winslet won boycott the Oscars because she wants to see Leonardo DiCaprio finally get his gong - ‎2 hours ago‎
Kate Winslet says she won't be boycotting the Oscars - because she wants to see good friend Leonardo DiCaprio finally get his gong.
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Jada Pinkett Smith Thinks Someone Was Snubbed By Oscars and It's Not Will

BET - ‎15 hours ago‎
I'm not going to the Oscars this year, but I think that anybody who wants to, should." Even though Will and Jada will be sitting this one out, we doubt they'll be able to resist watching from home because it looks like Chris Rock's opening monologue is ...
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Oscars So White? Consider New Hampshire Voters and Their (White) Vibe

Huffington Post - ‎9 hours ago‎
But forget about the Oscars -- even if Donald Trump's New Hampshire victory speech, with its opening litany of thank-yous, sounded scripted for the Academy Awards.

Quick Getaways: For Oscars vibe, these LA spots are golden

OCRegister - ‎4 hours ago‎
For those who can afford some true Oscars-worthy pampering, the hotel offers services such as a weeklong “Red Carpet Ready” package of personal training sessions and spa treatments, including a body scrub with detox wrap.
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Chris Rock Says 2016 Oscars 'Could Go Horribly Wrong' As #OscarsSoWhite Controversy Reaches Fever Pitch

The Inquisitr - ‎5 hours ago‎
Chris Rock says the 2016 Oscars “could go horribly wrong” as the #OscarsSoWhite controversy hits fever pitch. With this year's list of nominees lacking diversity in the Academy Awards, it has many wondering how Rock will present himself at the biggest ...
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Oscars 2016: Sylvester Stallone considered boycott

BBC News - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Sylvester Stallone says he thought about boycotting the Oscars ceremony because of this year's diversity row. The 69-year-old actor has a best supporting actor nod for his role as Rocky Balboa in boxing drama Creed.
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Oscars 2016: A look inside the £150000 goodie bag

BBC News - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
As well as a gold statuette, and the biggest honour the acting world has to bestow, all this year's Oscar winners will leave with a goodie bag worth more than £130,000.

Kate Winslet Won't Boycott Oscars Because of 'Closest Friend' Leonardo Dicaprio!

Just Jared - ‎13 hours ago‎
Kate Winslet is red hot as she hits the red carpet at the special screening for her latest film Triple 9 held at The Ham Yard Hotel on Tuesday (February 9) in London, England.
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Oscars gift bags contain toilet tissue, high-value items

KSLA-TV - ‎3 hours ago‎
Academy Award nominees will get a bag of gifts that include high-value items. (Source: CNN). (CNN) - This year's Oscars gift bag is setting a record on swag. MOREAdditional LinksPoll. The bags given to Academy Award nominees will contain about ...
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The Oscars' weird new speech rule: awesome or embarrassing?

HitFix - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Inside Out scribe Pete Docter revealed something strange in an Oscar nominee roundtable with New York magazine: a new way for winners to express thanks for people and organizations they can't fit in their speech.
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Oscars to Introduce Scrolling List of Thank Yous to Prevent Long, Boring Acceptance Speeches

Us Weekly - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Julianne Moore accepts the Best Actress in a Leading Role Award for "Still Alice" onstage during the 87th Annual Academy Awards.

Here's your pre-Oscars reading list

Springfield News-Leader - ‎6 hours ago‎
The 2016 Oscar awards will be presented on Feb. 28, and you can prepare for the big event - and a whole new year of movies - with a variety of books and DVDs on the history of the movie-making art form at the Springfield-Greene County Libraries.

12 Comedic Performances the Oscars Overlooked

Backstage - ‎14 hours ago‎
While there've been winners like Diane Keaton for “Annie Hall” and Marisa Tomei for “My Cousin Vinny,” they're still the rare exceptions to the rule.