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An overview of this year's Best Picture nominees - TheDC

2010 was full of great films. Here’s a quick look at the 10 nominees for Best Picture.

Fun facts about this year's Oscars [SLIDESHOW] - TheDC

The LA Times highlights fun facts that make the 2011 Academy Awards more exciting than in year’s past

James L. Brooks masters comedy from the inside out - SF Chronicle

Make no mistake: The professorial-looking Brooks, 70, is not a household name, but he is an influential Hollywood figure

'Winter's Bone' tops Spirit Awards nominations with seven - LAT

In the span of less than a day, independent film cognoscenti on both coasts have declared the teeny drama ‘Winter’s Bone’ a top film of the year

Franco and Hathaway picked as co-hosts for Oscars - AP

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

Wanted: Celebrity Oscars host [SLIDESHOW] - TheDC

Hugh Jackman has turned down an offer to host the Academy Awards. Who will fill his dancing shoes?

TheDC's November movie preview - TheDC

Do yourself a favor and don’t go to the movies this month

Where do Oscar winners keep their little gold men? [SLIDESHOW] - Vanity Fair

At 13.5 inches high, and with the heft of a bag of oranges, Oscar can go just about anywhere – but where do the winners keep theirs?

Dear Mel Gibson

See what you’ve done to me, and to a world full of former Mel Gibson fans, who stood behind you and bought the tickets to your movies, and even bought your first few apologies for indiscretions?

Cameron didn't win Oscar because 'he didn't have breasts' - NY Post

Outspoken ‘Avatar’ star Weaver said she believed Cameron didn’t win because the academy wanted to make history by naming its first ever female Best Director

Feel free to walk all over Russell Crowe - E! Online

Infamous for his short temper, the Robin Hood actor received the 2,404th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Illegal downloaders weigh in on the Oscars - CNET

The fine folk over at Torrent Freak have created a wonderful prelude to the big event, far more interesting than any discussion of rented frocks, baubles and faces, by calculating which of the nominated movies has been torrented the most

Oscar fashions: The good, the bad and the ugly - TheDC

This year’s red carpet was punctuated with a variety of different colors, shapes and styles. Some stars knocked it out of the ballpark; others have since become candidates for next year’s worst dressed list

Big winners of the 2010 Oscars [slideshow] - The Daily Caller

It was Hollywood’s biggest night. See who took home the main awards

20 sexiest Oscar dresses ever [SLIDESHOW] - The Daily Caller

If you’ve seen the worst Oscar dresses ever slideshow, these dresses will restore total faith in Oscars’ fashion

What were they thinking? Worst Oscar dresses ever [SLIDESHOW] - TheDC

Rather than fawn over magnificent gowns and predictions for this year’s selection, we’re focusing on the … fugly dresses

'The Hurt' lawsuit - Free Press

With the 82nd Academy Awards days away a multimillion-dollar lawsuit is being filed against a front-running best picture nominee

Meryl Streep's continues to set Oscar record - LOS ANGELES TIMES

Meryl Streep’s nomination for “Julie & Julia” increases her Oscar record to 16, putting her even further ahead of Katharine Hepburn and Jack Nicholson (both at 12), though Hepburn won four lead-actress Oscars and Nicholson a pair of lead-actor Academy Awards as well as a supporting one, Streep has just one lead Oscar and a supporting prize to show for all her nominations

Oscar nominations announced - THE GLOBE & MAIL

The Oscar nominations have been announced in Beverly Hills, Calif., by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

King Cameron redux? 'Avatar' aims for Oscar glory

James Cameron may get to proclaim himself king of the distant moon Pandora at the Academy Awards. Cameron — who borrowed Leonardo DiCaprio’s line from “Titanic” and declared himself “king of the world” when that film sailed to Oscar glory 12 years ago — positioned himself for a repeat with his Golden Globe wins Sunday for the sci-fi blockbuster “Avatar.”