• This Is How Much It Costs To FedEx Oscar Gowns
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    This Is How Much It Costs To FedEx Oscar Gowns

    Their FedEx bills are no joke.

  • Oscars 2018 is going to be the most awkward ceremony ever
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    Hanna Flint

    Oscars 2018 is going to be the most awkward ceremony ever

    The Oscars 2018 ceremony is shaping up to be an explosively awkward affair, and could make for an interesting night for many different reasons.

  • Donald Sutherland to receive honorary Oscar
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    Donald Sutherland to receive honorary Oscar

    Veteran actor joins indie filmmaker Charles Burnett, cinematographer Owen Roizman, and French filmmaker Agnes Varda.

  • Oscars: Fox Plans Big Best Picture Push For ‘War For The Planet Of The Apes’; Peter Chernin Says The Time Has Come
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    Oscars: Fox Plans Big Best Picture Push For ‘War For The Planet Of The Apes’; Peter Chernin Says The Time Has Come

    EXCLUSIVE:   With the six-month-long awards season kicking off today in Venice with the already critically well-received  Downsizing (which now heads to Telluride and Toronto along with countless other hopefuls debuting in the fall/holiday corridor so friendly to Oscar contenders), there is one major studio determined to make sure everyone knows their summer blockbuster will also be going for the gold–  and they aren’t about to let you forget it. 20th Century Fox will be…

  • 'Moonlight' Expands to 1,500-Plus Theaters After Oscars Best Picture Win
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    'Moonlight' Expands to 1,500-Plus Theaters After Oscars Best Picture Win

    Following Moonlight’s Best Picture win at the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday, A24 is expanding the film to 1,500-plus theaters this coming weekend.

  • Oscars Sensation ‘Gary From Chicago’ Just Served 20-Year Prison Sentence: ‘Change Is Possible’
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    Taryn Ryder

    Oscars Sensation ‘Gary From Chicago’ Just Served 20-Year Prison Sentence: ‘Change Is Possible’

    Jimmy Kimmel shares a moment with “Gary from Chicago” at the Oscars. “Gary from Chicago” was a highlight of the Oscars on Sunday, but his surprise television debut came shortly after another major day in his life. Just three days before Hollywood’s biggest night, Gary Alan Coe was released from a California prison after serving 20 years of a life sentence for multiple felonies.

  • Gabrielle Union Wore a Half-Dress, Half-Bikini Gown — But Looked 100 Percent Gorgeous
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    Lauren Tuck

    Gabrielle Union Wore a Half-Dress, Half-Bikini Gown — But Looked 100 Percent Gorgeous

    It takes enough guts to wear a bikini to the beach — so imagine how much confidence Gabrielle Union must’ve had to conjure in order to basically wear a bathing suit with half a cover up on the red carpet.

  • Diane Kruger’s Mega-Minidress Showed Some Sideboob
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    Lauren Tuck

    Diane Kruger’s Mega-Minidress Showed Some Sideboob

    While nearly every other attendee of the Oscars and its after-parties opted for gorgeous gowns, Diane Kruger went in a different direction. The actress stepped out on the red carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscars party wearing a metallic minidress from Alexandre Vauthier. The look, which was shown on the runway during Paris Fashion Week: Haute Couture in January, was made of a luxurious, metallic fabric.

  • The Most Beautiful Photos You’ll See From the 2017 Oscars
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    Lauren Tuck

    The Most Beautiful Photos You’ll See From the 2017 Oscars

    Take a famous fashion photographer and set him up at one of the swankiest parties of the year and what do you get? The most beautiful photos you’ll see from the 2017 Oscars.

  • Mariah Carey’s Very Revealing Gown Must Be Seen to Be Believed
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    Lauren Tuck

    Mariah Carey’s Very Revealing Gown Must Be Seen to Be Believed

    Mariah Carey ended 2016 on a very low note, but 2017 is looking up — way up.

  • The Most Beautiful Photos You’ll See From the 2017 Oscars
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    Lauren Tuck

    The Most Beautiful Photos You’ll See From the 2017 Oscars

    Take a famous fashion photographer and set him up at the swankiest party of the year and what do you get? The most beautiful photos you’ll see from the 2017 Oscars.

  • Did Jennifer Aniston Give Away $525 Sunglasses?
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    Lauren Tuck

    Did Jennifer Aniston Give Away $525 Sunglasses?

    At the Oscars on Sunday night, Academy Awards host Jimmy Kimmel surprised a bunch of unsuspecting people with a short trip to the front row of the ceremony. Gary from Chicago and his selfie stick carrying fiancée were the first in line and Kimmel pleaded with his celebrity friends to gift the soon-to-be newlyweds with a present. “Jen do you have a wedding gift for them, maybe you can give them something from your purse,” Kimmel asked the Friends actress.

  • Did Karlie Kloss Steal Gwyneth Paltrow's Style?
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    Lauren Tuck

    Did Karlie Kloss Steal Gwyneth Paltrow's Style?

    Attending the Oscars for the first time, it seems that Karlie Kloss just copied a look straight from her inspiration board.

  • Jackie Chan’s Adorable Stuffed Pandas Won the Oscars Red Carpet
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    Laura Kenney

    Jackie Chan’s Adorable Stuffed Pandas Won the Oscars Red Carpet

    Chan, who is being honored at the 89th Annual Academy Awards with a Lifetime Achievement Award, has starred in over 250 films over his 33-year career. And he’s also traveled with these same stuffed pandas, named La and Zy, since 2010, when the martial arts icon took the stuffed animals around the world with him to promote Karate Kid. On Sunday night, La and Zy — who are from Build-a-Bear — were dressed down for the occasion, in yellow jackets and black stone-washed jeans. One of the pandas wore a blue UNICEF pin on his shirt (Chan has been an ambassador to the organization since 2004), while the other wore a red ribbon on its ear.  They punctuated their look with silver booties from Shearers Ugg.

  • Oscars 2017: Best and Worst Dressed
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    Yahoo Style Staff

    Oscars 2017: Best and Worst Dressed

    The Academy Awards on Sunday marks the last — and most glamorous — of the award shows. The best and worst dressed, decided by Yahoo readers, include Emma Stone, Ruth Negga, Octavia Spencer, and more. Click through for all of the fashion — good and bad — from the 2017 Oscars. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day

  • Oscars 2017: Vote for the Best and Worst Dressed
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    Lauren Tuck

    Oscars 2017: Vote for the Best and Worst Dressed

    The Oscars on Sunday marks the last — and most glamorous — of the awards season shows. While winning the golden statuette might officially be the highest honor of the night, being named best dressed is almost as important. Vote on what everyone’s wearing on the red carpet at the Academy Awards. The stars’ fate is in your hands — and don’t forget to comment below. Check back here for the results!

  • Oscars 2017: ‘Moonlight’ Wins Best Picture After ‘La La Land’ Is Mistakenly Announced for Top Prize — See Complete List of Honorees
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    Yahoo Movies Editorial

    Oscars 2017: ‘Moonlight’ Wins Best Picture After ‘La La Land’ Is Mistakenly Announced for Top Prize — See Complete List of Honorees

    Moonlight won Best Picture at the 89th Academy Awards — but not without some unexpected bonus drama. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, presenting Best Picture to honor the 50th anniversary of Bonnie and Clyde, announced La La Land as the winner, and the acceptance speeches had begun when the mistake was announced. La La Land had won six awards earlier in the evening, after a record-tying 14 nominations. The belated Best Picture award raised Moonlight‘s total to three, following honors for Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali. ...

  • Moana Had Brothers?! Meet 'em in Exclusive Deleted Scene From Disney's Animated Blockbuster
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    Marcus Errico

    Moana Had Brothers?! Meet 'em in Exclusive Deleted Scene From Disney's Animated Blockbuster

    How far did Moana go from the initial drawing-board version? With the Oscar-contending animated hit heading home (the Digital HD version arrives Tuesday while the Blu-ray/DVD hits shelves on March 7), Yahoo Movies has an exclusive deleted scene (watch it above) that shows how the title heroine evolved as a character. As they set up the clip, directors Ron Clements (the one with the beard) and John Musker reveal where it originally had fit in the film.

  • Lin-Manuel Miranda on His Oscar-Nominated 'Moana' Song: 'You Start by Thinking, Don’t Write "Let It Go"'
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    Gwynne Watkins

    Lin-Manuel Miranda on His Oscar-Nominated 'Moana' Song: 'You Start by Thinking, Don’t Write "Let It Go"'

    It’s unusual to schedule an interview during the last quarter of the Super Bowl, but Lin-Manuel Miranda is somewhat pressed for time these days. Miranda, the Oscar-nominated writer-performer-musician whom it’s impossible to describe without at least two hyphens, flew into Los Angeles late on Sunday to attend Monday’s Oscar Nominees Luncheon. There, the man who wrote and starred in the Broadway sensation Hamilton will celebrate his nod for Best Original Song for the stirring ballad “How Far I’ll Go” from the Disney animated adventure Moana.

  • Oscar Nominee Lucas Hedges on Nailing His Boston Accent for 'Manchester by the Sea'
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    Oscar Nominee Lucas Hedges on Nailing His Boston Accent for 'Manchester by the Sea'

    At 20, Lucas Hedges is 2017’s youngest Oscar nominee. The Manchester by the Sea breakout brings some much-needed laughs to the devastating drama as Patrick, the confident, hockey- and basketball-playing, boat-working, wannabe rocker with two girlfriends who falls under the care of his disgruntled uncle (Casey Affleck). The actor told Yahoo Movies he auditioned for the role five times before finally getting the green light from writer-director Kenneth Lonergan.

  • Our Predictions for the 2017 Oscar Nominations
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    Kevin Polowy

    Our Predictions for the 2017 Oscar Nominations

    The nominations for the 89th annual Academy Awards will be doled out at the crack of the Los Angeles dawn on Tuesday morning — and you can watch the livestream here at Yahoo Movies starting 5:18 a.m. PT/8:18 a.m. ET. As always, there’s a healthy dose of suspense in every major race, particularly in three of the four acting categories. (The Oscars themselves will be handed out at the ceremony on Feb. 26.)

  • ‘Deadpool’ Is 1 Step Closer to an Oscar Nomination for Best Picture
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    Kevin Polowy

    ‘Deadpool’ Is 1 Step Closer to an Oscar Nomination for Best Picture

    How’s this for plot twists: The R-rated superhero smash Deadpool is now a legit Oscar contender. Two days after competing for Best Picture — Musical or Comedy at the Golden Globes, the action movie starring Ryan Reynolds has scored another major accolade: a Best Picture nomination from the Producers Guild of America, long considered one of the best predictors of the Academy Awards’ top race. Deadpool edged out more conventional awards-season films, such as Martin Scorsese’s Silence and Clint Eastwood’s Sully, to secure a slot in the PGA list.

  • Get an Inside Look at How the World of 'La La Land' Was Built (Exclusive)
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    Kevin Polowy

    Get an Inside Look at How the World of 'La La Land' Was Built (Exclusive)

    The acclaimed musical La La Land was predicted to be an awards season juggernaut from the time it first hit the festival circuit in late-summer. Now you can take a inside look at how writer-director Damien Chazelle and company crafted the film’s stylish look in the exclusive behind-the-scenes video above. —Chazelle notes how they peppered lampposts throughout the movie to create a visual motif.

  • Can Jimmy Kimmel Bring Late-Night Laughs to the Oscars? 3 Bits We'd Like to See
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    Gwynne Watkins

    Can Jimmy Kimmel Bring Late-Night Laughs to the Oscars? 3 Bits We'd Like to See

    In some ways, Jimmy Kimmel seems like the safest possible choice to host 2017’s Academy Awards: He’s largely apolitical, rarely controversial, and already associated with the show, thanks to his annual “After the Oscars” edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, which has been airing after the ceremony since 2010. At the same time, hosting the Oscars is a notoriously difficult gig, and past talk show hosts who’ve accepted the challenge — including Jon Stewart, Ellen DeGeneres, and, infamously, David Letterman — have seen their go-to comedy bits land with a thud in that room full of stars.