The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the ABC Television Network today announced the dates for the 87th Oscars. The Academy Awards® presentation will air live on ABC on Oscar® Sunday, February 22, 2015.
For those interested in the mechanics and scheduling of the events leading up to the presentation of the Academy Awards®, follow the jump for significant dates for the Awards season.
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This episode of GeekScholars Movie News beings by recapping the biggest event in Hollywood—The Oscars. Listen in as the hosts discuss the winners, surprises, and memorable moments from the 86th Annual Academy Awards. Hit the jump to learn which Hollywood rumors are gaining some buzz. Hit play above if you’re already sold and want to listen! Continue reading 2014 Oscars Recap, Ghostbusters 3, Minecraft, Matrix Sequels, Non-Stop Reviewed
I really wasn’t going to do an Oscar Predictions piece this year, because frankly, just not into it. I’m missing the big show tonight because I’ll be watching Demi Lovato do Let It Go live at VA Patriot Center. Overall, I think this is a pretty solid year for Oscar Nominations – no clear choices in any category.
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Jennifer Lawrence,who an Oscar® for last year’s The Silver Linings Playbook,will be on hand to present at the awards ceremony when the 86th Annual Academy Awards® are given out on Sunday May 2nd on ABC. For more, check out the press release after the jump.
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The Wizard of Oz, a best picture nominee in 1939, will be celebrated at this year’s Oscars®. With the event already honoring heroes – real and fictional – the 86th Academy Awards® looks to be filled with myth and magic.
The 86th Academy Awards will be broadcast live from the Dolby Theatre® on Sunday, March 2nd, by ABC. The press release follows the jump.
Continue reading Oscars® Celebrate Oz’s 75th Anniversary!
All kinds of fun things on this week’s show including our March 2013 Preview, an Oscar 2013 Recap, Megan Fox playing April O’Neil and more! Hit the jump for more details or hit play to listen in! Continue reading Rotten Tomatoes Predictions for March Releases, Oscars 2013 Recap, Megan Fox as April O’Neil
Overall, I would say I’m pleased by this year’s winners – except Jennifer Lawrence. Show was horrible. Some pleasant surprises. Life of Pi was a strong movie (until the ending ruins it), so can’t say I’m really upset by Lee winning – just shocked. Liked seeing Django Unchained get some love. I think most of my selections were mostly right. Wish B.P. was a surprise, but two months ago it was clear it was going to be Argo and I’m ok with that. Just surprised at how fast and hard Zero Dark Thirty fell. I would swear I was one of the few critics who didn’t like that movie.
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Tomorrow night, the Academy Awards® will be handed out for the 85th time. Despite doomsayers, 2012 was a very good year for film – from blockbusters to the tiniest indies. I don’t like predicting Oscar® recipients and I’m not that good at figuring out what the Academy will honor (despite being in demographic of the majority of members, I find them far less open-minded).
There are a number of categories where everything is wide open and a few that are down to a couple of major contenders. There are also a couple of categories where it would seem that one entry has a lock. But this is the Oscars®. And for every seemingly inevitable winner, there is a dark horse who came out of nowhere to upset a seemingly inevitable winner. So, if I picked the winners, these would be my choices. Beware intermittent commentary.
Continue reading Sheldon’s If I Picked The Oscars® for 2013
For some reason I’m just not into this year’s Oscar race. But then I rarely am. Overall I think this year’s choices are miles better than last year, but out of all the really strong films last year the Academy could not have come up with a more predictable, bland selection of films. Not that any of this year’s choices are “bad,” it is just that they are uninspired.
Continue reading Michelle’s Oscar Predictions!
Golden Globes Recap! Part 3 of the 2012 GeekScholars Movie News Awards! Oscar Nominations! To hear all about it click play, or hit the jump for more information about this week’s show! Continue reading GeekScholars Movie News Awards Part 3, Golden Globes Recap, Oscar Nominations, Zero Dark Thirty Reviewed
One of the biggest and most controversial movies of the year is Zero Dark Thirty from Director Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker). The movie’s production caused quite a stir from the conservative media (What doesn’t get their panties in a bunch?) when it was revealed that the CIA was providing Bigelow’s team unprecedented access to information regarding the killing of American enemy number one Osama Bin Laden.
Continue reading Zero Dark Thirty – Bland, Emotionally Inert and contains no Viewpoint. Michelle’s Review