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‘The Shape of Water’ Wins Best Picture at the 2018 Oscars
And the most anticipated Oscar of the night goes to…
Frances McDormand Wins Best Actress for ‘Three Billboards’ at the 2018 Oscars
This is Frances McDormand’s fifth nomination and second win. She previously won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in ‘Fargo.’
Gary Oldman Wins Best Actor for ‘Darkest Hour’ at 2018 Oscars
This is Gary Oldman’s second nomination and first Oscar win.
Allison Janney Wins Best Supporting Actress for ‘I, Tonya’ at 2018 Oscars
This is Allison Janney’s first Oscar nomination and win, and her second statue of the year following her win at the Golden Globes for ‘I, Tonya.’
Watch Jimmy Kimmel’s 2018 Oscars Opening Monologue
Watch the host’s opening monologue from the 2018 Oscars right here.
2018 Oscar Winners: See the Complete List!
Read on for the complete list of tonight’s big winners!
‘Fear’ Remake Will Explore the Stalker Thriller From a Woman’s POV
On a list of “movies least likely to get remade” you’d probably find Fear, the 1996 thriller starring Reese Witherspoon as a wholesome teen who gives up her virginity to bad boy Mark Wahlberg, who turns out to be a violent stalker — thus justifying her overprotective fath…
Disney Delays Live-Action ‘Mulan’ to 2020
The studio has delayed the release of the live-action remake by two whole years.
Adam Sandler Sang Some Really Filthy Songs in the NYC Subway
Today’s youth (and some adults — ugh, we’re so old) probably know Adam Sandler best from movies like Grown-Ups and his more recent Netflix releases. But some say they’ve heard whispers of a before time, when Adam Sandler was on SNL, and when he starred in movies that peop…
Some Older Oscar Voters Haven’t Even Seen ‘Get Out’ Because It’s ‘Not an Oscar Film’
Get Out was one of the best — and most important — films of 2017, and although it was near-universally adored, most assumed it would never land an Oscar nod. The Academy isn’t exactly known for being “woke,” and they certainly don’t take horror very seriousl…