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Movie Won’t Be Eligible at Next Year’s Oscars
The Disney+ version of
will not be invited into the room where it happens.
Crash the Oscars’ Best Original Song Race?
Of all the pitch-perfect spoofs in the Netflix movie, one song stands out among the rest.
Hey Look, the SAG Awards Are Moving, Too
Following in Oscar’s footsteps, the SAG Awards will push their ceremony back to March 14.
Congratulations to the
Cast and the Other 800 New Academy Members
As part of its continuing diversity efforts, AMPAS extended invitations to 819 prospective new members.
The Golden Globes’ New Date Is the Same as the Oscars’ Old One
The ongoing game of awards-season musical chairs continues.
The Oscars Blew It
In choosing to extend the Academy’s eligibility window for the 2021 ceremony, it missed out on the chance to do something really special.
Oscars Extend Season, Push Ceremony to April 25
The cutoff for eligibility moves back to February, as well.
The Oscars Are Opening Up More Seats at the Best Picture Table
The Academy is taking new steps to not be so white.
The Oscars Made the Right Call
In allowing films released on streaming or VOD to compete next year, the Academy threw aside its qualms and made an admirably pragmatic decision.
Academy Changes Mind, Says Streaming Movies Can Win Oscars
Anyone have eyes on Netflix?
Imagining the Oscars With No Oscar Bait
If no more films come out this year, movies like
The Way Back
Birds of Prey
could become Best Picture nominees by default.