She just doesn’t care and it’s amazing.
Let’s just take a moment and revel in some Keatonosity.
The Academy Awards offered up a night of earnest speeches and jokes about whiteness. But underneath, things are pretty much the same as always.
“Fear is the condom of life.”
« Birdman » crée la surprise ; grosse déception pour « Boyhood ».
Tous nos pronostics avant la cérémonie. Votez et donnez-nous votre avis !
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Award-worthy work by Sophia and Sadie!
BuzzFeed News Senior Film Reporter Adam B. Vary gives his predictions for who will take home the gold at the very confusing 87th Academy Awards, and BuzzFeed News Film Critic Alison Willmore picks her favorites for who most deserves to win.
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The rift widens in YMCMB.
Will the Academy make the right call? Watch and determine which title should receive Hollywood’s highest film honor.
She’s, like, really f***ing excited.
« The Grand Budapest Hotel », « Boyhood » et « Une merveilleuse histoire du temps » font partie des principaux nominés.
Here are some of the best memories from behind the scenes of this year’s biggest films.
It was a year of fighting robots, brawling neighbors, battling tanks, and so much more. SPOILERS BELOW.
From The Good Wife and Mad Men to Guardians of the Galaxy and Gone Girl, there were television shows and films that the staff of BuzzFeed Entertainment couldn’t stop talking about this year. Let’s get critical!
An Australian haunting, a sociopathic news cameraman, an actor in crisis, and a lobby boy were some of the best things to come to the screen this year.
From Birdman to Top Five to Chef, movies have been all about the need for artistic recognition.
There are other batmen, but there’s only one goddamn Batman.
Trouble in the YMCMB family. Updated: Lil Wayne’s manager responds.
From Birdman to Ratatouille to All About Eve, nobody likes a critic — at least on screen.
Michael Keaton makes a thrilling comeback in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s movie about acting, fame, and the hilarious messiness of life. It’s one of the year’s best.
From biopics about scientists to biopics about civil rights leaders to biopics about women trekking through the wilderness, here are the most likely contenders for the 2014 season.
Ain’t nobody fresher than my clique.