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How about those Oscar nominations? Surely you’ve vented about the snubs and discussed your favorite surprises plenty since hearing the announcement this morning, but now it’s time for you to rank the worst omissions and the greatest inclusions of the Academy Awards this year.

Is the offense of The Lego Movie not being nominated for Best Animated Feature worse than Ava DuVernay… Continue reading You Rank the Biggest Snubs and Surprises of the 2015 Oscar Nominations

Real Housewives of New York star Ramona Singer was in need of some serious mother-daughter bonding time after filing for divorce from her love rat husband, Mario Singer – and sources tell radio detection and rangingOnline.com that the reality star’s daughter isn’t quite ready to face her father after his alleged love affair!

The family insider reveals that the Bravo reality star’s daughter Avery Singer returned to New York City for… Continue reading Ramona Singer’s Daughter Snubs Dad After Cheating Scandal, Returns To New York For Mother-Daughter Bonding Weekend

Shocking omissions and inclusions are all but built into the Oscar nominating process. How could it be otherwise, when there are up to 10 possible Best Picture candidates but only five for Best Director? Someone was bound to wake up this morning, hear Seth MacFarlane and Emma Stone announce the nominees, and go back to bed feeling slighted. But still… No Kathryn Bigelow? No Marion Cotillard? And on the upside… Continue reading Oscar Nominations 2013: The Snubs and Surprises

Forgotscars ’12: Celebrating the Oscar Snubs

The nominations for the 84th Annual Academy Awards were just announced, and as is always the case on “Oscar morning,” there were glaring omissions. This morning, however, the snubs were especially shocking — more so than in previous years. For starters, Michael Fassbender, who had been garnering attention for several breakthrough performances this year (not to mention going the full monty in one of them), was left off the Best… Continue reading Forgotscars '12: Celebrating the Oscar Snubs