After rumors circulated that comedian planned to attend as latest character from ‘The Dictator,’ Academy pulled invite
It’s Oscar buzz.
And the Oscar goes to... - TheDC
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Eddie Murphy will no longer host Oscar telecast - New York Times
The hasty departures represented an embarrassing collapse of the Academy’s plans
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James Franco ditches own Oscar after-party - Us Weekly
After serving as an apathetic Academy Awards co-host, James Franco reportedly skipped out on his own Oscar after-party
A song for Annette Bening.
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The 83rd annual Academy Awards, hosted by Anne Hathaway and Best Actor nominee, James Franco, will air February 27th
The British monarchy saga ‘The King’s Speech’ leads the Academy Awards with 12 nominations, including best picture
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In the lead-up to the Academy Awards, the Golden Globes are usually a pretty good indicator of who is on the road to Oscar glory
The Golden Globes remain Hollywood’s second-biggest film honors. Yet they are not the weather vane they used to be for predicting which film might triumph at the Academy Awards
James Franco and Anne Hathaway have just what Academy Awards producers want as hosts of Hollywood’s biggest night. They’ll put on a show, rather than just another awards ceremony, organizers say
Hugh Jackman has turned down an offer to host the Academy Awards. Who will fill his dancing shoes?
The stage, television and motion picture director whose revolutionary treatment of sex and violence in the 1967 film transformed the American film industry, died Tuesday night