Halle Berry Had A Sad Realization About Her History-Making Win At The Oscars
In 2002, she made history as the first black woman to win an Oscar for Best Actress. But after not seeing more women of color follow in her footsteps, she said, "It’s heartbreaking to start to think maybe it wasn’t bigger than me. ... And I so desperately felt like it was."
After Throwing Down At The Oscars, Patricia Arquette Is Back On Network TV
Arquette has gone directly from winning an Oscar for Boyhood to starring in CBS's new crime drama, CSI: Cyber. BuzzFeed News talked to her about her feminist Oscars speech, the freakout that followed, her appreciation of television, and her early film roles.
Every Meryl Streep Performance, Ranked From Worst To Best
With 62 roles and 18 Oscar nominations (not to mention three wins) throughout her nearly 40-year career, Streep is considered our greatest living actress — but which of those performances should be considered her best? UPDATED through Into The Woods.
The King's (Real) Speech
Footage and audio of King George VI, subject of "The King's Speech" in which he was played by Colin Firth, addressing a large crowd in Scotland. It's a fascinating exhibit of the numerous speech impediments that plagued George throughout his life. Poor guy. The halting stammer gets really bad at about the two minute mark.