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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 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: 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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    Taken Again: Liam Neeson's 'Non-Stop' Snatches The Top Box-Office Slot; 'Frozen' Hits The $1 Billion Mark

    If it felt like a forgettable and rather dead weekend at the box office, that’s because it was. Studios typically don’t release major films in theaters the weekend of the Academy Awards, the conventional wisdom being that everyone’s going to be watching the awards, gearing up for the awards, and or ...

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    Watch: 50-Minute Roundtable With Directors/Producers Of 'Frozen,' 'Monsters University' & More

    In 2004 the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature was in it’s fourth year. Three very different films were nominated (“The Triplets of Belleville,” “Brother Bear,” and “Finding Nemo”), with ‘Nemo’ taking home the award. Since then demand for high-performing animated films has skyrocketed. In 2013,...

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    Women and the Oscars 2014

    At Women and Hollywood we want people to use this week to interrupt the conversations about the Oscars and remind people that no women were nominated for best director this year and that we need to see more women directed films.

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    Box-Office: 'The Lego Movie' Takes The #1 Slot For Third Week Running

    Play on, indeed. As expected, the universally beloved “The Lego Movie” dominated the box office again, taking the number one spot for the third week in a row. Only dropping 36.9% from its second week, Warner Bros.' animated juggernaut took in a healthy $31.4 million over the weekend with its domesti...

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    Frozen, Gravity, and Philomena Win at BAFTAs

    Co-director Jennifer Lee's "Frozen" was the only woman-led project to take home a trophy at the British Oscars.

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    'Captain Phillips' Gains New Steam With Win At ACE Eddie Awards

    Well, this shakes things up. With "American Hustle," "12 Years A Slave" and "Gravity" perceived as the frontrunners headed into the Oscars, which are in just a few short weeks, "Captain Phillips" is uh, rocking the boat, in the precursor awards. With a win at the WGA Awards last week, "Captain Phill...

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    Frozen Wins Best Picture at Annie Awards

    For the second time since the Annie Awards' Best Animated Feature prize was established in 1992, a woman-directed film has received the top honor.

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