Wall-to-wall Oscar coverage, guys.
We'd hate to be the bearer of bad news, especially to Sissy Spacek.
Meryl Streep is ... Elvis Presley. (More, please!)
The reasons aren't all that flattering.
He's done twenty Oscars since 1976, so we talked to him about how the jokes really get made.
And see Jean Dujardin dance.
Meryl Streep and Michelle Williams got us thinking about movies like
Carol Leifer tells us about it.
Making the Oscars more fun with line graphs and pie charts.
This is ... tiresome.
It's official: No one wants to see The Tree of Life.
Just be yourself, Sacha!
Julie Klausner interviewed Uggie and the rest of this year's canine stars on the red, surprisingly unsoiled carpet!
That's about right, Internet.
Call us crazy, but we foresee this movie doing okay.
The Help x South Park = this.
The Iron Lady loses a shoe!
Real estate porn and Charlie Rose softballing George Clooney? Sign us up!
February 26, 2012: The Day the Overlong Music Segment Died.
Yup, that's exactly what The Descendants was like.
Janet McTeer on Her Oscar Nomination, Playing ‘Bonkers’ in The Woman in Black, and Channeling Liam Neeson for Albert Nobbs
He "has this barrel chest, and a real sense of confidence."
He may look like a prince, but he certainly doesn't act like one.
You said you wanted a more exciting Oscar race, didn't you?
"We had a scene that we shot of me riding the horse ... but they cut that. Mostly I talk to the horse, like the old man is telling him a fairy tale."
Vulture's Margaret Lyons picks out her five favorites.