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We’re updating this year’s Academy Award winners live. Stay tuned to this page to see who takes home Oscar gold, and check out all of the nominees below.

Most Recent Win: Best Actor – Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything

BEST PICTURE

American SniperBirdmanBoyhoodThe Grand Budapest HotelThe Imitation GameSelmaThe Theory of EverythingWhiplash

BEST DIRECTOR

Alejandro González Iñárritu, BirdmanRichard Linklater, BoyhoodBennett Miller, FoxcatcherWes Anderson, The

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Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

This image posted to the Facebook page of Sony’s Brazillian arm seems to indicate the studio is still moving ahead with The Sinister Six. The text translates as “We have plans for you…”

This is Christopher Nolan‘s crude clay model of what he wanted the… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Spider-Man, Batman, Harry Potter, 'Jupiter Ascending,' 'They Live' and More

Who was in Peter Pan Live!‘s croc suit? It wasn’t Brian Williams, father of Peter Pan him/herself Allison. It also wasn’t The Sound of Music Live! star Laura Benanti, despite what she may have claimed on Twitter. No, it was someone else; someone who quite literally kept a lower profile: Assistant choreographer Charlie Williams. (No relation).

Much of the Twitter activity during the event was directed toward the crocodile, who was named the “true breakout star”… Continue reading Meet the man who played the crocodile in ‘Peter Pan Live!’

We’re only just now teetering on a wave of ’90s nostalgia at the movies, and things like Dumb and Dumber To are just a sign of what’s to come. And as someone who grew up in the late ’80s/’90s sweet spot, I’m happy to ride this wave of nostalgia for a little while, especially since it means we’re now getting a movie version of Scary