Gravity’s Alfonso Cuarón and 12 Years a Slave’s Steve McQueen could be first Latino or black Best Director winner in Oscar history, respectively — which would be a huge deal for an industry that has been sorely lacking in diversity. UPDATE: Cuarón won! History was made!
The Oscar-nominated actor’s second directorial effort, The Invisible Woman, opens this week. He talks to BuzzFeed about the seven directors who taught him everything he knows.
We love movies that keep us on the edge of our seats, but some can cause serious anxiety. Here are a group of films that might very well have you breathing into a paper bag to calm down.
The attacks on Zero Dark Thirty are all part of a time-honored tradition of trying to take down the Oscar front-runner — with mixed results.
“Depiction is not endorsement.”
How the invisible hand of the premiere American intelligence agency produced an Oscar contender.
The agency releases a rather pointed press release reminding everyone that it’s not a Hollywood movie.
From James Bond to Glee to Lisa Vanderpump’s Pomeranian Giggy, the question marks were everywhere this year. We jumped in to solve the mysteries.
One thing has not been mentioned in Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal’s Zero Dark Thirty media blitz: They’ve broken up. Will it hurt the movie’s Oscar chances?
No hard feelings, right?
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This is my friend Cody. He’s very sad today because he loves everyone, but ESPECIALLY Kathryn Bigelow. He is scared she won’t win the Best Director Oscar against James Cameron. He took a long nap but woke drenched in his own tears.
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Before “Avatar.” Before “The Hurt Locker.” There was “Reach” by Martini Ranch (Bill Paxton’s band from the 80’s). Gotcha Media
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