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Photo Courtesy of FilmMagic Story by Brandon Black and Maria de Guzman / Contributing Writers In the months leading up to the host-less 92nd Academy Awards, the Academy itself made a number of rather poor choices, from an attempt to introduce a “Best Popular Film Category” to the announcement that four awards would be presented …

Photo courtesy of TheGoldenKnight.com Story by Mamie Lomax / Lifestyles Editor  It’s that time of the year for the awaited Oscar nominations. The nominations for the 91st annual Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning. The anticipation is rising for Oscar Sunday, especially considering this will be the first Academy Awards without a host since 1989. …

Photo courtesy of Oscars.com The Academy Awards ceremony  — an overblown and overly celebrated private industry awards night — was held for the 90th year on Sunday evening, and the ceremony included all the awkward comedy, forced political messages and sporadic moments of inspiration that the night is known for. Read below for some of the …

Photo Courtesy of Oscars Facebook Page Story by Wes McIntyre The 89th Academy Awards featured many non-surprises — Meryl Streep was nominated for the 20th time, and Jimmy Kimmel dissed Matt Damon for the 20,000th time — and several memorable, if not historic moments. Below is a recap of the ones that had viewers buzzing: Of course, …

Photo Courtesy of Fencesmovie.com On Tuesday the Academy announced the full roster of nominations for the 2017 Academy Awards, more affectionately known as “the Oscars.” Critics and common moviegoers reacted to the news, celebrating well-deserved nods and critiquing snubs. While no one was surprised to see some of the season’s most buzzed-about films, like “Manchester …

Oscars

Hollywood’s finest turned out in all their customary glitz and glamour, gifting us a night filled with incredible fashion, cringe-worthy speeches and just the right dose of uncomfortable jokes. But it was also a night of sorrow, for we bade farewell to a faithful friend. As much as it pains us, we must announce the death of …