6:02 PM, February 25th, 2013


@r_emmet: Ang Lee eating In-N-Out Burger, holding Oscar. (via @RayaMartin - imgur)

This is my kind of after party, but if you’re looking for photos from slightly more glamorous post-Oscar affairs, we’ve got you covered

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1:14 PM, February 25th, 2013

Awww, this is nice. 

(Source: lyceck)

11:31 AM, February 25th, 2013

Sorry, just one more. Skip to 0:34. (h/t @MarlowNYC)

10:04 AM, February 25th, 2013


Jennifer Lawrence giving zero f*cks during her post-Oscar win press interview.

A treasure. 

See more of the best moments from last night.

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4:07 PM, February 21st, 2013

This is how you give the perfect Oscar acceptance speech (don’t forget to thank Meryl). 

7:12 PM, February 27th, 2012

Did anyone else think that last night’s hairstyles had an uncanny resemblance to…baked goods?

5:09 PM, February 27th, 2012
None of this year’s nine Best Picture nominees (The Artist, The Descendants, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, The Help, Hugo, Midnight in Paris, Moneyball, The Tree of Life, and War Horse) counted as dark, nihilistic, or shocking—like some of last year’s leading contenders, including Black Swan, 127 Hours, and Winter’s Bone. None of this year’s major nominees featured the overt left-wing political messages of other recent Oscar favorites like Avatar or Milk, and all of this year’s Best Picture possibilities took affectionate, admiring views of marriage, romance, family, and community, with Moneyball also honoring baseball and business, while War Horse glorified some of the same battlefield virtues depicted in Act of Valor.
Did last night’s Oscars celebrate conservative values? (Was that why they were so bad?)
12:39 PM, February 27th, 2012

Can we all agree that Emma Stone was hands down the funniest lady at the awards show last night?

(Source: thedailybeast.com)

12:02 PM, February 27th, 2012


“She was merely doling out the screenplay awards, but her pose bore a definite, don’t-[bleep]-with-me trace of the gunslinger, and so it was, across the time zones, that a billion people sat there with their hands up: Freeze.” Anthony Lane in The New Yorker

Photo by Mark J. Terrill (AP)

It’s even on Twitter.

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10:51 AM, February 27th, 2012

Frontpage: Monday, Feb. 27th

  1. 'The Artist' Wins Big at Oscars: French favorite The Artist picked up beaucoup awards at the Oscars last night, winning Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, and two other smaller prizes. 
  2. Diplomatic Call Syria Vote a ShamThe Syrian city of Homs remains under fire Monday by forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad, even as the government tallies votes on a constitutional referendum that Western leaders have dismissed as a sham. 
  3. Plot to Kill Putin Foiled: A plot to kill Vladimir Putin by a group of Ukrainian assassins was uncovered by a joint operation of Ukrainian and Russian intelligence services, according to Russian news sources. 
  4. Santorum Gets Secret Service Detail: Rick Santorum will get Secret Service protection beginning Tuesday, according to an administration official. He will be the second current Republican candidate to receive protection from the Secret Service, following Mitt Romney, who has been covered since Feb. 1.
  5. Deepwater Horizon Trial Delayed: The civil trial against BP over the disaster that took 11 lives and caused the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history was pushed back a week Sunday as the company continues to seek settlement with the more than 120,000 individuals and businesses that have filed suit against it. 

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Photo: Pakistani security forces began demolishing the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan where Osama bin Laden was found and killed by American soldiers last May.

11:43 AM, February 10th, 2012
As a result, viewings of Midnight in Paris on the big screen became events in the Smug Olympics of the urban iPad class, with audiences risking physical injury as they competed to laugh the loudest to demonstrate to all around that yes, they know who Gertrude Stein is. It was laughter directed at the audience itself, not at the screen. Laughing to show you get the joke. Or since there are no jokes, laughing to show you get the reference.
I discuss my bafflement at the Midnight In Paris phenomenon over at The Daily Beast (via richardrushfield)
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5:51 PM, January 24th, 2012

You know what? Fuck you.

From our Oscar Roundtable: George Clooney on making coffee commercials and being a sell-out.  

Watch the top 10 moments of the Roundtable.

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