An evening that highlighted inclusion, from the diversity of presenters to the multiple victories by the Spanish-language “Roma,” ended with one of the most divisive best picture winners in recent memory.
A winter of discontent for the Academy Awards will culminate Sunday in an Oscar ceremony that may lacka host but isn’t missing intrigue.
As Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Malek might hear his name when the Oscar for best actor is announced.
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” breathed some fire into a slumping box office with afranchise-best $55.5 million debut during the Oscar weekend.
In 1989, the last time the Oscars went without a host, the ceremony kicked off with Merv Griffin crooning “I’ve Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts,” Cyd Charisse dancing the tango and Rob Lowe singing a version of “Proud Mary” with a helium-voiced Snow White.
Pop star Gwen Stefani returns to town Wednesday for another run of shows at Planet Hollywood Resort.
The Academy Awards aren’t necessarily broken, but that hasn’t stopped seemingly everyone responsible for this year’s ceremony from spinning The Wheel O’ Random Ideas in search of a fix.
The Oscar-nominated interracial road trip movie “Green Book” has spurred interest in the real guidebook that helped black travelers navigate segregated America.
The sci-fi fantasy “Alita: Battle Angel” has topped the charts in its first weekend in theaters, but it is leadingone of the slowest Presidents Day weekends at the box office in years and has a ways to go to make up its costly productionbudget.
Bowing to a backlash that had threatened to engulf an already blunder-plagued Academy Awards, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Friday reversed its decision to present four awards during the commercial breaks of this year’s Oscar broadcast.