The Oscars

Faye Dunaway Breaks Silence On THAT Oscars Ceremony Fiasco

The Huffington Post | Caroline Frost | Posted 25.04.2017 | UK Entertainment

It was the most awkward, cringe-inducing, watch-through-your-fingers moment in Oscars history, and Faye Dunaway found herself right at the centre of i...

Nicole Kidman Finally Explains Her Bizarre ‘Seal’ Clapping Technique At The Oscars

The Huffington Post | Matt Bagwell | Posted 09.03.2017 | UK Entertainment

Nicole Kidman has finally explained the reason behind her bizarre clapping technique at last month’s Oscars. Many fans accused the Australian actres...

The Best Film Of The Year And Why I Won't Be Going To See It

Paul Marshall | Posted 06.03.2017 | UK Entertainment
Paul Marshall

"Have you seen it yet?" "Have you seen it yet?" "Have you seen it yet?" I'm pretty sure they're not referring to the exhibition of Biblical Fans at t...

Moana Did Not Win An Oscar, But It Won Our Hearts

Jesse Toksvig-Stewart | Posted 03.03.2017 | UK Entertainment
Jesse Toksvig-Stewart

I have to admit I was a little bit gutted when Moana lost out to best animation feature and best song at the Oscars. The inner Disney in me was all fired up, and I realised that it was not just because of the fantastic songs I had been humming for weeks. Moana was a new kind of character to the ones my sister had seen on screen before

'OJ: Made In America' Documentary Still Comes Down To One Baffling Question

The Huffington Post | Caroline Frost | Posted 03.03.2017 | UK Entertainment

In the many minutes of Oscar-winning documentary detailing the extraordinary life, success and monumental downfall of Orenthal James Simpson, it still...

Dev Patel: The Unlikely Hero For British South Asians

Yusuf Tamanna | Posted 02.03.2017 | UK Entertainment
Yusuf Tamanna

He may not have taken home the golden statue, but Dev has given us something far more valuable: a genuine and authentic representation of people like us for the first time.

The Real PR Challenge For The Oscars Is 2018

Helen Westgate | Posted 02.03.2017 | UK
Helen Westgate

This week's onstage shenanigans at the Oscars were a complete PR nightmare, from the logistical mistakes of the wrong Best Film envelope ending up in ...

DV Closet's 'Best Dressed' From The Oscars 2017

Danae Varangis | Posted 01.03.2017 | UK Style
Danae Varangis

Instead of giving you a general feel of the clothes on show, we decided to take a closer look at five of our personal favourites for those of you who weren't mad enough to stay up all night and watch it on television.

#OscarsSoMale - It's Time For An Academy Awards Makeover

Jay McCarthy | Posted 01.03.2017 | UK Entertainment
Jay McCarthy

As a representative of the movie industry's highest and most prestigious accolade, Oscar should be sent back to wardrobe and given a complete Hollywood makeover.

The 'Moonlight' Oscar Win Celebrates A Piece Of Art That Will Save Lives

Tom Ross-Williams | Posted 28.02.2017 | UK Entertainment
Tom Ross-Williams

We need art that gives queer people hope. If I feel this, as a queer white man, I can only imagine how it might feel for others across LGBTQI spectrum. For many other queer people who haven't been afforded the same visibility as white gay men, I'm aware stories like Moonlight are more than lynchpins of hope; they are art that save lives.

If It Can Happen to The Oscars It Can Happen to Anyone... But Anyway, Back to Moonlight

Kanya King | Posted 27.02.2017 | UK Entertainment
Kanya King

Let's stop for a minute and appreciate this: Moonlight - a small-budget film about a poor, black, gay boy in Miami that took just 25 days to shoot - has won the Oscar for Best Picture - and Best Screenplay. To top it all, Mahershala Ali and Viola Davis won Best Supporting Actor and Actress respectively - the first time both awards have been won by people of colour.

How A Trafalgar Square Screening Of 'The Salesman' Morphed Into A Celebration Of Our Differences

Lily Cole | Posted 27.02.2017 | UK Entertainment
Lily Cole

Yesterday ten thousand Londoners from all faiths, nationalities and backgrounds came together in Trafalgar Square to watch The Salesman - the incredibly powerful exploration of revenge and forgiveness from the award-winning Iranian film director, Asghar Farhadi - followed by a performance by Damon Albarn and the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians.

It's Gone La La Land

Rachel Hobday | Posted 27.02.2017 | UK Entertainment
Rachel Hobday

At the 89th Academy Awards 2017, 21st century Hollywood musical La La Land was announced as the winner of the coveted Best Picture award, having been ...

10 Moments From This Year's Oscars That Left Us Feeling Better About The World

The Huffington Post | Caroline Frost | Posted 27.02.2017 | UK Entertainment

Never mind the politics, or the frocks, or the gongs on offer, this year’s Oscars needed to make us all forget the anxiety, fear and uncertainty tha...

How The Stars Got Red Carpet Ready For The Oscars

The Huffington Post | Ellen Wallwork | Posted 26.02.2017 | UK Style

Some stars prep for the Oscars as athletes train for the Olympics. Whatever their preference, one thing that is sure to take place is a significant am...

Felicity Jones Looked Like A Real Life Disney Princess On The Oscars Red Carpet

The Huffington Post | Ellen Wallwork | Posted 26.02.2017 | UK Style

The Oscars is the one occasion (other than your own wedding) when it is impossible to be overdressed and Felicity Jones really nailed the dress code w...

Oscars: 15 Of The Most Beautiful Academy Award Dresses Of All Time

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 24.02.2017 | UK Style

With everyone talking about the upcoming 2017 Oscars (and thinking about what the nominees will be wearing), what better time to take a look back at o...

OSCARS 2017: 8 Things We Have To Look Out For At This Year's Ceremony

The Huffington Post | Caroline Frost | Posted 24.02.2017 | UK Entertainment

While the Oscars always provides its fair share of headline-grabbing moments, there are already more than a few expectations for this year’s ceremon...

To Camilla Long: In Defence Of Moonlight

David McAlmont | Posted 22.02.2017 | UK Entertainment
David McAlmont

It is unfortunate that your attempt at critique appears to be so wet behind the ears, and lacking in any real promise. Actual film critics know that film can be relevant to any audience; something you seem to have missed.

Oscars And The Art Of Aggrievement

Stephen Mayne | Posted 25.01.2017 | UK Entertainment
Stephen Mayne

It's that time of year again when anyone with even a smattering of interest in the world of film becomes drawn into Oscar arguments. Love them or hate...

Why La La Land Is A Film That Hollywood Golden Age Actresses Would Be Proud Of

Katie Gatens | Posted 11.01.2017 | UK Entertainment
Katie Gatens

By rewriting the Hollywood musical, Chazelle has given us an alternative ending - one that does justice to the female character, and feels a lot less like 'La La Land' and a lot more like real life. Not sewn into a leather catsuit. Not half-naked. Not airbrushed. It's a 2016 musical that 1950s leading ladies would be proud of.

Celebrities Dramatically Reading Kanye West's Tweets Is Today's Best Video

The Huffington Post UK | Ryan Barrell | Posted 03.03.2016 | UK Comedy

The Oscars was Hollywood's busiest night of the year, and the red carpet was absolutely bursting with stars. Naturally, Tyler Oakley decided to put...

Oscar's Sweet 16: The Only Female Screenwriters to Ever Take Him Home

Rosanna Savone | Posted 01.03.2017 | UK Entertainment
Rosanna Savone

All joking aside, when you realise only 16 female screenwriters in the past 88 years have managed to take Oscar home, it's hard to have a sense of humor about that dismal number.

This Flipbook Shows Leonardo Dicaprio Getting Eaten By A Bear At the Oscars

The Huffington Post UK | Chris York | Posted 28.02.2016 | UK Entertainment

It's Leo's night tonight, surely? But what if he loses? Or worse what if this happens... HAHAHAHAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA 😂 #Oscars pic.twitter.com/hfF...

Oscar Predictions 2016 - Will DiCaprio win?

Harry Crawford | Posted 26.02.2017 | UK Entertainment
Harry Crawford

The Revenant leads the pack with 12 nominations, ahead of Mad Max: Fury Road with 10 (oh my, a blockbuster??). Thing is, when the competition's this tight, how will you know for sure who's going to win? Let's take a look at the main categories.