the academy awards

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.
What was scripted to be a Hollywood ending at the 89th annual Academy Awards turned into chaotic scene from an old slapstick
McMillon played a huge role behind the much-acclaimed "Moonlight."
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.
Winning an Oscar does bring that box-office boost and for the winners it means that Important People will take your call. Box-office hits are rarely nominees, and much less often winners. Frankly, Hollywood seems to be making Marvel movies but awarding great stories which don't get bums on seats in the same way.
They are simply the only award show that really matters. It is the first date A-listers put in their diary, the one awards where everyone turns up. Jack Nicholson will wear sunglasses and sit in the front row just to be the butt of the jokes.
Poor old Jennifer Lawrence doesn't have much luck with red carpet gowns and award ceremonies and true to form the actress
A hidden pressure of Oscar night is the psychological tightrope narcissists tread on the red carpet. Convention requires they give an acceptance speech which thanks others and indicates humility - acknowledging the contribution of colleagues to their own success. But deep down do narcissists really believe this?
Never mind those shiny gold little men, what we REALLY want to know is who won the award for best - and worst - dressed celeb
The stars were out in force for the 2014 Oscars, which saw the biggest names in showbiz rub shoulders with each other for