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Oscars 2018

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    Last Men in Aleppo Producer Secures Last-Minute Visa to Attend the OscarsSyrian filmmaker Kareem Abeed has been fighting to enter the U.S. despite Trump’s travel ban.
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    How to Watch This Year’s Oscars CeremonyAs always, having cable is a blessing.
  3. In the Top 8 Oscar Races, What Are the Newest Voters Choosing?Academy members who were asked to join over a two-year diversity push weigh in on the acting races and four more big categories.
  4. Oscars Cheat Sheet: What to Watch For at This Year’s CeremonyFun facts, stats, and trivia about the Academy Awards’ biggest categories.
  5. We Polled New Oscar Voters: How Are They Changing the Way the Academy Thinks?We asked the younger, more diverse voters how they feel about this year’s nominations, and the results will surprise you.
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    Sufjan Stevens to Perform at the Oscars, Make a Room of Actors BlubberMary J. Blige, Gael García Bernal, Miguel, Common, and more will also perform.
  7. Is It Possible to Predict Best Picture in Our Politically Charged Moment?What will win? And why would it win? This year, it feels like anything could happen.
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    Industry Experts Forecast the Futures of 5 Awards-Season FavoritesWhat’s next for Timothée Chalamet, Tiffany Haddish, Daniel Kaluuya, Saoirse Ronan, and Kumail Nanjiani?
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    Last Men in Aleppo Team Collecting After-party Invites to Beat Travel BanThe team behind the Oscar-nominated doc want to prove they have a business need to travel to Hollywood for the ceremony and after-parties.
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    Saoirse Ronan Has a Lot of Thoughts About Bringing a Guy to the Oscars“I’ve got to do my loser face in front of this person I don’t know that well.”
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    Praise Grapefruit, Tiffany Haddish Is Presenting at the OscarsThe world’s best Oscar nomination reader is taking a victory lap.
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    Please, Please Let Sufjan Stevens Wear Gucci Wings to the OscarsHis pal Luca Guadagnino got him the fashion hookup.
  13. Lady Bird Will Go Home Empty-handed on Oscar Night, Unless …… some of these five come-from-behind conditions are met.
  14. Inside the Oscars Battleground Known As ‘Phase Two’Constrained by restrictive Academy rules, nominees must focus on “core messaging.”
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    After a Very Big Year, Mary J. Blige Is Seeing Herself Anew“I learned that I’m a powerful woman because I don’t have to say much to be heard,” says the R&B star and double Oscar nominee.
  16. Meet Daniela Vega, the Trans Star of Oscar Front-runner A Fantastic Woman“It’s been like an explosion of love coming from the audience.”
  17. Why Has Mudbound Been Left Out of the Awards Conversation?Mudbound is a turning point in Netflix’s history with the Oscars, but being acquired by the network is a double-edged sword for the film itself.
  18. In a Weak Year at Sundance, Will Any of the Fest’s Movies Score with Oscar?And will Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley, Maggie Gyllenhaal, or Toni Collette nab a Best Actress nom?
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    Casey Affleck Will Not Present at This Year’s OscarsAs the reigning Best Actor, he would have handed out the award for Best Actress.
  20. Coco Songwriters on ‘Remember Me,’ Oscar’s Best Song Front-runnerHusband and wife duo Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez previously won an Oscar for “Let It Go.”
  21. Agnès Varda Is the Oldest Oscar Nominee in History. She Could Not Care Less.“I’m just saying, I’m not dead yet.”
  22. Why Didn’t Wonder Woman Get Any Oscar Nominations?A few theories.
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    Logan’s Oscar Nomination Is a Significant BreakthroughIt’s proof that superhero cinema doesn’t need to play so safe.
  24. The Snubs and Surprises of the 2018 Oscar NominationsThe accusations clearly had an effect on James Franco’s Best Actor bid.
  25. Here Are Your 2018 Oscar NominationsThe 90th Academy Awards will take place on March 4.
  26. After SAG and PGA, Do We Know Our Oscar Winners?You can put money on these winners repeating.
  27. Oscar Nominations: Who’s Safe and Who Could Be Snubbed?In the eight biggest categories, we run through the safe bets and on-the-bubble hopefuls.
  28. Sufjan Stevens on the First Time He Saw Call Me by Your NameAfter contributing his songs, Stevens had some major requests.
  29. Your Guide to the Three Billboards BacklashSee why critics are calling this film “unearned, manipulative, and altogether offensive.”
  30. Why the Best Picture Front-runner Is Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, MissouriThe new BAFTA nominations confirm the film’s momentum.
  31. Oscar Futures: Will Christopher Plummer Score a Last-Minute Oscar Nomination?He was tapped to replace Kevin Spacey in All the Money in the World, and he’s earning raves.
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    Michael Stuhlbarg Is About to Enter a Very Exclusive Oscar ClubWith Call Me By Your Name, The Post, and The Shape of Water, the character actor is about to score an Oscars hat trick.
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    The Short List for Best Foreign Language Film Has Been ReleasedBPM and First They Killed My Father failed to make the cut.
  34. Oscar Futures: How SAG Nominations Just Changed the RaceCould Best Picture come down to Three Billboards vs. Get Out?
  35. Oscar Futures: Can Call Me by Your Name Win Best Picture?Also, The Shape of Water finally gets an awards-season boost.
  36. Oscars Academy Releases ‘Standards of Conduct’ for MembersThe Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences sent a post-Weinstein letter to its members.
  37. Oscar Futures: Lady Bird’s Oscar Chances Look Very BallerIt picked up big wins from critics’ groups this week, but how far can it go?
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    To Win an Oscar in 2017, You Have to Make the Movie That Speaks to the MomentBut between Trump, Harvey, and everything else, good luck guessing which moment to speak to.
  39. Oscar Futures: Is Spielberg’s The Post the Second Coming of Spotlight?Will the new Steven Spielberg movie contend for multiple Oscars, or is it a little too familiar?
  40. When Will Marvel Studios Win an Oscar?It’s the rare victory that the Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t managed.
  41. ‘I Only Have My Chihuahuas’: Why The Florida Project’s Sean Baker Won’t Sell OutWhat does it take to direct an Oscar contender and sustain a career as an independent filmmaker? More sacrifices than you might expect.
  42. Oscar Futures: How Will the Post-Weinstein Moment Affect Awards Season?Films like Three Billboards and Wonder Woman could suit the current mood.
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    12 Oscars-Race Takeaways From the Gotham Awards NominationsGet Out and Call Me by Your Name are going strong, while Lady Bird’s chances might be slightly overestimated.
  44. Oscar Futures: Can Kate Winslet Break Into the Packed Best Actress Race?Wonder Wheel screened for the press today, and it may have an uphill battle to fight.
  45. Can Roger Deakins Finally Win an Oscar, for Blade Runner 2049?He’s shot so many of your favorite movies, and this might finally do the trick.
  46. Oscar Futures: The Race Begins, But Who’s in the Lead?There’s no overwhelming Best Picture front-runner, but these actors are leaping out ahead.
  47. Best Actress Watch: How High Will Saoirse Ronan Fly for Lady Bird?Repeat after me: The Academy loves an ingenue.
  48. Can Jennifer Lawrence Earn Her Fifth Oscar Nomination for Mother?The movie puts her through the wringer. But is it too outrageous for Oscar?
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    Allison Janney Is a Cursing, Bird-Owning, Chain-Smoking Revelation in I, TonyaShe plays Tonya Harding’s nightmare of a stage mom, LaVona Golden.
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    Best Actress Watch: Can Margot Robbie Skate to Gold As Tonya Harding?Her new comic biopic premiered this week. What’s the buzz?
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