There couldn't be a better excuse to break the rules than "Metal on Metal."
It does include fifteen other movies, though.
Four academy members win early lifetime achievement awards.
Among the famous people invited to join as voting members are stars who either hosted, won awards, or helped out at last year's Oscar ceremony.
More changes are in store for the Oscars next year.
We still don't think AMPAS will nominate movies people have actually seen.
Whatever that means!
If you think 'Slumdog' is a lock, think again.
This is the first time a Best Dramatic Actress winner at the Globes hasn't received an Oscar nomination.
Turns out the Academy doesn't really care about television ratings after all!
In a weird twist, he advocates Winslet to shun her 'Revolutionary Road' performance for 'The Reader.'
Choose the dude playing a dude disguised as another dude.
Ratatouille may be one of the year's highest grossing movies. It may have a higher Metascore than Pulp Fiction, Raging Bull, and Schindler's List. But, as the New York Times asks this morning, does it really have a shot at a nomination for a Best Picture Oscar?
Remember back the Writers Guild strike was fresh and exciting, and it seemed like a big fun party for all the picketers? It's not like that anymore.
In the midst of Campbell Robertson's interesting New York Times story this morning about performance artist Lián Amaris Sifuentes and her 72-hour performance piece in Union Square was a mention of a fascinating video project called Academy.