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    Bigelow, Moore Join Academy Board of Governors

    Let's face it. Most of the Hollywood veterans who serve on the Motion Picture Academy board of governors, while august and admirable, are older males. While documentarian/provocateur Michael Moore (Bowling for Columbine) is no spring chicken, in the world of the Academy, being in your 50s counts as ...

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    Oscar Winner Bigelow in L.A. Superior Court

    The week after winning two Oscars for directing and producing The Hurt Locker, Kathryn Bigelow was standing in line at L.A.'s Superior Court. Fulfilling her duty as a citizen, she turned up for jury duty and was placed in the jury pool for a drunk driving case.

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    Oscar Night Red Carpet Montage: Clooney, Bullock, Mo'Nique

    Here's a montage of video that I shot on the red carpet on Oscar night.

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    Oscar Talk Episode 25: The Final Wrap-up

    Kris Tapley and I wrap up the Oscar season, from my night on the red carpet, backstage and at the Governor's Ball and how the show played, to why Geoffrey Fletcher's adapted screenplay beat Jason Reitman's for Up in the Air and Avatar won only three Oscars.

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    Oscar Video Round-Up: Opener, Chartier, Hurt Locker Victory Laps, Parties, Fashion

    There's some juicy Oscar material out there about the most-watched show in five years. At the Governor's Ball, Sandra Bullock was among the nominees getting her Oscar engraved (everyone got their own statues engraved except Jeff Bridges; notable no-shows were Tivi Magnusson, producer of short The Ne...

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    Oscar Box Office Bump? Nope. Except for Crazy Heart and An Education

    TOH box office analyst Anthony D'Alessandro lays out which films--if any--got a bump from this year's expanded Oscar derby.

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    Oscar Backstage: Bigelow, Boal Talk The Hurt Locker's Six Wins

    The Hurt Locker finally ended the long, difficult Oscar campaign trail winning six awards, while Avatar won only three technical categories, for visual effects, art direction and cinematography. "I hope I'm the first of many," Kathryn Bigelow said backstage, of being the first woman to win the best ...

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    Final Oscar Picks: The Hurt Locker vs. Avatar

    Here are my final picks for this year's Oscars.

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    Oscar Talk Episode 24: Final Oscar Picks

    Kris Tapley and I agree on many things, but as we make our final Oscar picks, we debate the last contentious categories: original screenplay, cinematography, art direction, editing and yes, best picture. We will analyze the winners on Monday.

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    Oscar Coverage Round-Up

    IndieWIRE's Sophia Savage culls the best of the Award coverage leading up to the Big Show Sunday night:

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