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    Watch: All the Major Oscar Acceptance Speeches From Cate Blanchett to Lupita Nyong'o

    Here they are: the major Oscar acceptance speeches from the overwhelmed Steve McQueen to the gorgeous Lupita Nyong'o.

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    The World is Round, People and Other Thoughts from a Potentially Game Changing Oscars

    Lat night felt that the 6,000 people in the Academy are realizing that yes, the world is round and that they can stand in front and be a part of the change that is coming or they can be left behind.

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    The Big O: Between Ellen and Everyone's Mom, Oscar Night Turned Into Ladies Night

    For a year with no female talent represented in the director’s category and only three of the nine best-picture candidates featuring women in lead roles, the Oscar show was a regular femme fest.

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    Watch: Oscar Winners Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett & More Meet The Press Plus Jennifer Lawrence Talks Falling Again

    The champagne bottles are empty, the limos are getting cleaned, the tuxedos are being returned and the sun is rising the morning after of the Oscars. But before the winners got to head backstage and celebrate their victory, they had to run the press gauntlet.

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    Watch: All Oscar Acceptance Speeches For Best Picture & Major Categories Plus The Entire Show In 2 Minutes

    For anyone watching the Oscars at home last night, they may have noticed something a different about the speeches this year....no one really got played off. It looks like the producers took it easy on the winners in 2014, rarely breaking out the orchestra to hustle people off the stage, leading to s...

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    Can Little Indies Hope to Win Big Awards? The Independent Spirit Awards Beg the Question

    On the eve of the Oscars and the immediate aftermath of the Independent Spirit Awards, the chaotic war of art and commerce epitomized by this season suddenly felt very small.

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    Oscar Loves a Woman on the Edge: Eight Iconic Best Actress Snubs (CLIPS)

    Why does cinema favor the mad woman? It's easy to see why Oscar does: roles like Jasmine French give an actress space to not only chew but swallow and spit up scene after scene. Cate Blanchett will almost certainly win Best Actress this year for her frittered, diabolical performance in "Blue Jasmine...

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    Will Ronan Farrow's MSNBC Show Be Derailed by His "I Hate Woody" Fame?

    Ronan Farrow began his new MSNBC show today by saying, "I grew up watching the greats of TV news," then delivered his wry list of "Murrow, Cronkite, Colbert." He wasn't really kidding, because Ronan Farrow Daily is all about trying to channel his generation. At a glance the show wasn't rocky; it was...

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Oscar Predictions, Cate Blanchett's Hoffman Dedication, Oscar Nominees Recast with Kids and More

    We're nearing the end of awards season, but there's still plenty of talk going on. Indiewire's top stories this week included Peter Knegt's Oscar Predictions, Cate Blanchett's moving dedication of her BAFTA Best Actress Award to Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Eric Kohn's evaluation of "Omar" as the ble...

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