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‘Christopher Robin’ Trailer: Ewan McGregor Gives Winnie the Pooh a ‘Hook’
Aside from Ewan McGregor’s sharp-dressed form, the first observation you’ll make when watching the teaser trailer for Christopher Robin will probably be something like, “Um, isn’t this just Hook, but with Winnie the Pooh and that handsome Scottish man?” And yes, it…
The Lonely Island Reveal the Ambitious Oscars Song They Didn’t Get to Perform
Yes, you read that headline correctly. This year’s Oscars could’ve featured an ambitious performance from the comedic musical trio commonly known as The Lonely Island. Could have. But didn’t. “WHY INTERNET WRITER LADY, WHY,” you scream, shaking your fists at the he…
Man Arrested for Stealing Frances McDormand’s Oscar Last Night
After delivering the acceptance speech of the night (and inspiring everyone to frantically Google “inclusion rider”), Frances McDormand was tragically separated from her Best Actress Oscar when a man — because of course it was a man — had the nerve to steal it from her at…
‘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…