1. 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?
  2. How Scary Is Hereditary, This Year’s Horror Hit at Sundance?Prepare to be thoroughly creeped out.
  3. Why Didn’t Wonder Woman Get Any Oscar Nominations?A few theories.
  4. The Snubs and Surprises of the 2018 Oscar NominationsThe accusations clearly had an effect on James Franco’s Best Actor bid.
  5. After SAG and PGA, Do We Know Our Oscar Winners?You can put money on these winners repeating.
  6. How Wild Is the New Lakeith Stanfield Movie Sorry to Bother You?Well, it’s got naked horse-men and Armie Hammer doing coke in a sarong, for starters.
  7. How Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade Reflects Our #MeToo MomentThe comedy has a scene about sexual intimidation that had Sundance audiences buzzing.
  8. 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.
  9. The 20 Most-Anticipated Movies at Sundance This YearIncluding a Paul Rudd spy movie, an Elle Fanning–Peter Dinklage sci-fi, and Paul Dano’s directorial debut.
  10. Sufjan Stevens on the First Time He Saw Call Me by Your NameAfter contributing his songs, Stevens had some major requests.
  11. Phantom Thread’s Vicky Krieps on How She Went Toe to Toe With Daniel Day-Lewis“I tried to take my weakness and make it my strength.”
  12. Fifty Shades Has Got Competition: Watch the Erotic Trailer for Double LoverSex, twins, and one shot so notorious that it had audiences applauding.
  13. Michelle Williams Is Ready to LeadAll the Money in the World let her anchor a major studio movie, then it nearly fell apart. “It’s been an emotional roller coaster,” she says.
  14. Why the Best Picture Front-runner Is Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, MissouriThe new BAFTA nominations confirm the film’s momentum.
  15. How Will the Golden Globe Results Affect Oscar Hopefuls?Best Director winner Guillermo del Toro and Best Screenplay writer Martin McDonagh ought not get too confident.
  16. Who Should (and Will) Win at the Golden Globes This Weekend?The Post or The Shape of Water? The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel or SMILF?
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    46 Movies We’re Excited About in 2018Beloved directors return! The MCU builds to a climax! Plus, your new friends Saoirse Ronan, Tessa Thompson, and Margot Robbie will be there!
  18. Ridley Scott’s Very Candid Account of How He Saved All the Money in the WorldThe highly uncensored 80-year-old director on his unprecedented reshoots and issues with Blade Runner 2049.
  19. Aaron Sorkin and Jessica Chastain on Female Characters and Molly’s Game“I will say, what’s been really heartbreaking to me is …”
  20. 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.
  21. Star Wars Breakout Kelly Marie Tran on The Last Jedi and Shirtless Kylo Ren[Screams for several seconds.]
  22. Directors Ava DuVernay and Ryan Coogler Want to Transform WorldsHow the two directors brought a fresh point of view to their big blockbusters, A Wrinkle in Time and Black Panther.
  23. The 10 Horniest Things in Star Wars: The Last JediFrom that big shirtless scene to everything Oscar Isaac has chemistry with.
  24. Rian Johnson Didn’t Want to Do a Sequel. Then Came Star WarsThe director once told Vulture that he said no to every franchise offer. So how did The Last Jedi convince him to say yes?
  25. Oscar Futures: How SAG Nominations Just Changed the RaceCould Best Picture come down to Three Billboards vs. Get Out?
  26. Love, Death, and Control: Paul Thomas Anderson on Making Phantom ThreadWhy did the 47-year-old filmmaker head across the pond to direct his new drama with Daniel Day-Lewis? Because he hears a ticking clock.
  27. The 4 Things That Helped Gary Oldman Disappear Into Winston ChurchillHere are the keys to Oldman’s acclaimed performance in Darkest Hour. (One of them is a piece of furniture.)
  28. The Surprises and Snubs of the 2018 Golden Globe NominationsNo Jordan Peele or Julia Louis-Dreyfus? If you say so, Globes.
  29. Oscar Futures: Can Call Me by Your Name Win Best Picture?Also, The Shape of Water finally gets an awards-season boost.
  30. Exclusive: See a Lot More of Christopher Plummer in All the Money in the WorldIt’s your first sustained glimpse of the performance he recently shot to replace Kevin Spacey.
  31. Shia LaBeouf in Call Me by Your Name and Other Stars Almost Cast in 2017 MoviesWho came close to snagging roles in films like Spider-Man: Homecoming and Star Wars: The Last Jedi? Here are some surprising alternatives.
  32. Exclusive: Watch How They Shot the Wild Final Act of Mother!It’s a fascinating behind-the-scenes glimpse into the movie’s more surreal portion.
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    What Carrie Fisher and Princess Leia Meant to the Women of The Last Jedi“[She was] without shame,” said Laura Dern.
  34. 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?
  35. Call Me by Your Name’s Timothée Chalamet Is a Superfan Who Made It BigThe 21-year-old lead of 2017’s most swoon-worthy film is about to blow up. How he’s dealing with fame, acclaim, and those old rap videos.
  36. Best Actress Watch: Is The Shape of Water’s Sally Hawkins Our Front-runner?Hawkins’s performance in The Shape of Water is deeply skilled, special, and tender.
  37. Watch an Adorable Exclusive Clip From The Shape of WaterGuillermo del Toro’s acclaimed film is bursting with movie love.
  38. Do I Need to See The Room Before I See The Disaster Artist?We argue both sides.
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    Watch the First Trailer for A Wrinkle in TimeOprah! Reese! Mindy!
  40. Oscar Futures: Why the Comedy Controversy Could Help Get OutThe debate about whether it’s in the right Golden Globes category has people appreciating the film anew.
  41. Call Me by Your Name Director Luca Guadagnino on Armie Hammer, Sequels“I think the mold of Armie is the mold of cinema, with a capital C.”
  42. 15 Things You Learn While Hanging Out With Armie HammerHe’s got all sort of stories, involving extravagant bets, Batman, and Russian spies.
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    Armie Hammer’s Complicated Affair With Call Me by Your NameThe actor was poised to be a major matinee idol. But he wasn’t prepared for what happened to him on the set of director Luca Guadagnino’s film.
  44. 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?
  45. A Masturbation Scene in New Louis C.K. Movie Just Got Even More UncomfortableIn which Charlie Day mimics the behavior that C.K. himself is being accused of.
  46. When Will Marvel Studios Win an Oscar?It’s the rare victory that the Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t managed.
  47. Oscar Futures: How Will Sony Handle Its Kevin Spacey Movie?All the Money in the World is in deep trouble.
  48. We Have Now Seen the Hulk’s Butt, If You’re Into ThatThor: Ragnarok offers us the first major Marvel nude scene, and it’s a doozy.
  49. ‘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.
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    Caleb Landry Jones Is Becoming Hollywood’s Go-To OddballHe’s just as adept at playing unhinged bullies as he is at playing their victims.
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