Vulture's taken a look at the newest crop of contenders and the careful narrative crafted for each.
Let us know who you think needs to have a serious talk with their stylist tomorrow.
Natalie Portman takes home a trophy, too.
A lunch just for him, and word spreads that laryngitis has struck.
With his George VI in 'The King’s Speech,' Colin Firth joins the venerable house of British Movie Monarchs — here's their full family tree.
Also: 'Tiny Furniture.'
Who's up? Who's down?
A couple's visits from their strange downstairs neighbor "become increasingly frequent and unpredictable."
'The Social Network' gets its rival.
Plus: more music from Linkin Park on the way!
Avatar takes just two technical awards.
Plus: Regrets, Scott Porter has a few.
Plus: Thanks to Lady Gaga, Akon can retire now.
Plus Colin Firth on his own awful Oscar odds on our regular late-night roundup.
A fashion yearbook for the star of A Single Man.
“I looked [Tom Ford] up on IMDb, and saw he'd only been ‘Himself’ in Zoolander so I was like, ‘Okay, that's odd.’”
Freeman burst out laughing after making Nicholas Cage admit he hasn't smoked crack, for example.
Plus: Zooey Deschanel says awful things about David Boreanaz.
"I'm good. You got enough. Thank you."
Plus: Old people singing and robots!
Something's different from the old version!
Boo on CGI!
Plus: Mariah Carey's new album is dedicated to us.
Plus: Sherri Shepherd goes solo.
Plus: NBC buys a detective show from Dick Wolf, but it's not 'Law & Order: Anything.'