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    Oscar Loves Diseases and Disorders: 6 Contenders and the Hard Truths They Don't (or Do) Ignore

    Judging by what is on the Oscar menu this year, disease and disability are the ingredients that will more reap gold. SPOILERS ahead for 2014 films.

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    Watch: Golden Globe Winner Eddie Redmayne & Felicity Jones Reveal Terrors Filming 'Theory of Everything'

    Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones dig into the process of channeling physicist Stephen Hawking and his caretaker wife Jane in James Marsh's Oscar contender 'The Theory of Everything.'

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    Watch: Robert Downey Jr. Thinks Michael Keaton Should Quit 'Going Method'

    In a new original series produced by LA Times and Epix, 2014's leading actresses and actors will discuss what really matters in Hollywood.

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    How Eddie Redmayne Transformed His Body and Mind to Become Stephen Hawking

    Already a SAG and Golden Globe nominee, Eddie Redmayne is an awards season favorite for his stunning transformation into astrophysicist Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything."

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    Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones Share Santa Barbara's Cinema Vanguard Award

    'The Theory of Everything' duo will accept the prize in Santa Barbara in January, 2015.

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