Warren Beatty, the only guy with fourteen Academy Award nominations ever to be accused of having a "thin filmography."
The overwhelming favorite takes the prize.
After a year in which the Outer Critics Circle mostly got things right, the organization has reverted to its usual laughability.
What does Vulture pick as our Best Picture 2009 nominees?
Its much-debated ending may have been the key.
Cynthia Wade and Alex Gibney, both Oscar winners, revisited.
Alas, the fictional octogenarian was denied his rightful Oscar last night.
Five nominees ... and one surprise winner!
See our picks in every remaining category!
Why do audiences hate No Country?
The WGA continues to play awards-show hardball, being coy today over whether it will grant a waiver for next month's Oscar ceremony.
Can anyone beat Javier and Cate?
Will Daniel Day-Lewis drink everyone's milkshakes?
Can There Will Be Blood surprise again?
Who's scurrying to fire their publicists right now?
The nominations are in!
Anyone who uses these predictions in order to place a bet deserves what he gets.
For Your Consideration: Imelda Staunton in ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’ for Best Supporting Actress
We're a little surprised that Warner Bros. hasn't made a more concerted Oscar push for this previous Academy Award nominee.
By far, the year’s most apt and coherent metaphor for the war on terror.
"What?" you might ask. "I thought the Grammys were a three-hour unscripted mess!"
Cripes, awards predicting is for morons.
It's a shame the actual awards show didn't happen, because it would have been truly bizarre.
Will Billy Bush traipse to Angelina Jolie's mansion and leave a statue on the porch?