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Review: A Slice of Oscar History

Ellen DeGeneres

Good to know I'm not the only one who needs pizza to make it through a long night at the Oscars.

With Ellen DeGeneres serving up laughs along with slices, disarming the starry crowd with stunts like a pizza delivery for the starving captive audience and a Superstar Selfie that temporarily broke Twitter (and during the taking of which Meryl Streep delightfully blurted, "I've never tweeted before!"), even the Oscars' inevitable dull patches felt less painful than usual.

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Check out Ellen DeGeneres' Record-Breaking Oscars Selfie

Ellen Degeneres

"Selfie" may have been declared the 2013 word of the year, but the social media form of self-validation is still going strong. On Sunday night's Oscars telecast, host Ellen DeGeneres made her way into the crowd and made some of Hollywood's biggest stars an offer they couldn't refuse ... read more

Oscars: How Did Ellen Do As Host?

Ellen

Sunday marked Ellen DeGeneres' sophomore outing as host of the Academy Awards, and the typically tame comedienne offered up some jokes that were more barbed than usual during her opening monologue.

In her intro to the show, DeGeneres took jabs at everyone from June Squibb to Jennifer Lawrence. read more

12 Years a Slave, Gravity Top Oscars

12 Years a Slave

Gravity dominated Sunday's Academy Awards, taking home seven trophies, but lost the Best Picture prize to 12 Years a Slave.

Gravity dominated Sunday's Academy Awards, taking home seven trophies, but lost the Best Picture prize to 12 Years a Slave.

Check out all the Oscar fashion hits and misses

As it has done all season, Steve McQueen's slavery drama won few awards during the night — this time just three — but prevailed with the top honor. 12 Years, whose producers include Brad Pitt, is the first film directed by a black filmmaker to win.

12 Years also won adapted...
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12 Years a Slave Tops Independent Spirit Awards

Steve McQueen, Brad Pitt, Angela Bassett

12 Years a Slave was the big winner at Saturday's Independent Spirit Awards.

The front-runner for Best Picture at Sunday's Academy Awards won five awards, including Best Feature, Best Director (Steve McQueen) and Best Supporting Actress (Lupita Nyong'o).

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2014 Oscar Predictions: Who Will Win?

Sandra Bullock, Chiwetel Ejiofor

12 Years a Slave or Gravity? Or something else? Oscars' tightest race for the top prize in years will come down to a photo finish Sunday (8:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. PT, ABC). In the meantime, let's make some predictions. Check out the nominees here, make your picks and compare them to ours below.

American Hustle, Gravity lead Oscar nominations

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Who will win:
12 Years a Slave
This one is coming down to the wire between 12 Years and Gravity, with an outside shot for ...
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The Grammy Awards: Everything You Need to Know Ahead of Music's Biggest Night

Beyonce

The annual musical circus known as the Grammy Awards will air on Sunday, featuring performances from LordeKaty PerryKacey Musgraves and Robin Thicke. Power couple Beyonce and Jay Z are also reportedly planning to perform together.

As is typical for the Grammys, read more

Breaking Bad, Modern Family and American Hustle Top SAG Awards

Breaking Bad Ensemble

Breaking BadModern Family and Dallas Buyers Club topped Saturday's 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards, each with two trophies, while American Hustle continued to build momentum toward the Oscars.

Check out the SAGs fashion hits and misses

Breaking Bad won its first (and last) drama ensemble award, becoming the first drama since Mad Men four years ago ...
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Critics' Choice Movie Awards: The Complete Winners List

Leonardo DiCaprio

Do we have déjà vu?

Thursday's Critics' Choice Movie Awards featured a slew of Golden Globe repeats, including wins for The Wolf of Wall Street's Leonardo DiCaprioAmerican Hustle's Amy Adams and Dallas Buyers Club'sMatthew McConaughey and Jared Leto.

But in a nice change of pace, 12 Years a Slave's Lupita Nyong'o beat out American Hustle's Jennifer Lawrence for best supporting actress. 

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Oscar Surprises and Snubs: The Academy Loves Hustle, Jonah Hill, But Not Tom Hanks and Oprah

Jonah Hill, Oprah Winfrey

In the words of Sally Field, the Academy likes David O. Russell. It really likes him. On Thursday, Russell's American Hustle co-led (with Gravity) Thursday's Oscar nominations with 10, while Russell carved out a piece of Oscar history for himself: He's now the only director to have two films garner acting nominations in all four categories. Those weren't the only shockers though.
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