In Burton and Taylor. It's British.
Take that, Liz & Dick.
Rihanna stands in a shadow. Taylor Swift reaches for something off a high shelf. Alan Arkin and John Goodman are adorable together.
The film's tasteless bombardment would, under most circumstances, send audiences screaming from the theater, but the film is going to be a monster hit and award winner, and not entirely unjustly.
They are family!
Behold Sacha Baron Cohen and Helena Bonham Carter.
Watch out for the deadly side-eye from the Dark Shadows star.
And there are three Rufus Wainwrights.
Reunited and it feels so ... spooky!
Tim Burton does Twilight, and we're into it.
Well, either HBC looks nuts or Ke$ha looks amazing.
Chord Overstreet, Vanessa Hudgens, and more in this month's Best Entertainment Photography.
Brooklyn Decker, Leighton Meester, Julianne Moore, and more in this month's Best Entertainment Photography.
The competition on the red carpet can be as interesting as the awards race itself.
Tim Burton is about to reunite with two of his best leading ladies.
But Tom Hooper lost to David Fincher.
Vulture's taken a look at the newest crop of contenders and the careful narrative crafted for each.
The bests and worsts from the night's sartorial offerings, from nice to naughty to nonsensical.
Let us know who you think needs to have a serious talk with their stylist tomorrow.
She doesn't mind his shrunken-head collection, because she doesn't know where he keeps it.
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Also, 'Black Swan' helped Natalie Portman feel bad for skinny people.
Plus: False-teeth tips from Helena Bonham Carter.
Plus: Fourteen women get lucky on the same night.
“The other day I was asked to play another Victorian serial killer ... I said, 'Oh, is that my type-cast thing now?”