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    Things I Learned at Warners' Bricksburg 'Lego Movie' Awards Party

    Who would have expected "The Lego Movie" to be Warner Bros.' big play for the Oscars?

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    Annie Awards Nominees Have Landed

    The International Animated Film Society has revealed its nominations for its 42nd Annual Annie Awards, recognizing the year's best in the field of animation.

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    New York Film Critics Circle Delivers Expected 'Boyhood' Wins Plus Surprises (UPDATED)

    The New York Film Critics Circle, which votes Monday, and other critics groups may have more influence over the awards race in a year when many films are still vying for attention.

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    Assessing Seven Animated Feature Oscar Contenders

    In a wide open race without Pixar, here are seven animated features to consider for the Best Animated Feature Oscar and other awards this season.

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    Chris Pine vs. Chris Pratt: Divergent Paths to Stardom

    In 2013, Chris Pine was pronounced Male Star of the Year at CinemaCon, the annual gathering of theater owners and operators. This year, Chris Pratt was declared Breakthrough Performer of the Year at the same event. Little wonder that members of the film industry have showered this pair with affectio...

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    Animation 2014: While The Mouse’s Away, The Rest Will Play

    For the first time in almost two decades, Luxor Jr., the beloved hopping desk lamp that announces the beginning of a new Pixar adventure, will not see the light. With Pixar out of the picture and Disney having only one important release, 2014, seems like an open field for everyone else to play witho...

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    'Frozen' and 'LEGO Movie' Pass Box Office Milestones

    Two movies that crossed major box office landmarks this weekend, "Frozen" and "The Lego Movie," remind us that with blockbusters, often originality is king. In its sights: "The Dark Knight Rises." Watch out, Batman, you're about to get beat by a princess!

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    Box Office Top 10: 'Divergent' Tops Uneven Field, 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Surges, 'Lego Movie' Passes $400 Million Worldwide

    Dystopian romance "Divergent" dominated the box office this weekend. The latest movie based on a young adult book series launched a new franchise for Lionsgate/Summit--the sequel "Insurgent" starts production in May. "Divergent" boosted overall Top 10 grosses to $130 million, just enough for the 17...

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    Box Office Top Ten: 'Non-Stop' and Edited TV Series 'Son of God' Top Oscar Weekend

    Two strong new openers --Universal's domestic pick-up "Non-Stop" and "Son of God," a theatrical revamping of cable hit "The Bible"-- led another strong weekend at the box office. Only one Oscar contender factored in the Top Ten, scoring over $1 billion around the world. But another CG movie is domi...

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