Meryl Streep might join the acting three-peat club with a third Academy Award. Jean Dujardin could become the first Frenchman to win best actor. Christopher Plummer is in line to become the oldest acting winner ever at 82.
The Oscar ceremony has much to prove Sunday, including whether a blockbuster-free field can draw a TV audience and if Billy Crystal’s host routine remains a crowd-pleaser.
Here are the winners of the 83rd Annual Academy Awards announced Sunday.
“Black Swan” graced the Oscars red carpet with stars Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis donning exquisite purple gowns.
Imagine ruling an empire without being able to control your tongue: that’s the backdrop of “The King’s Speech”, a film inspired by the monarchy of King George VI.
Natalie Portman stretches her chops in “Black Swan”, a psychological thriller about the dark underbelly of professional ballet.
Both hilarious and heart-wrenching, “Toy Story 3″ looks to put Woody and Buzz in the same stratosphere as Brando and Pacino in its hunt for Oscar.
It’s no dream: “Inception”, a film about secretly implanting ideas into dreams to affect waking reality is one of ten nominees for Best Picture.
It wouldn’t be the Academy Awards without at least one boxing movie among the nominees.
A harrowing fight against the crystal meth drug trade in the Ozarks serves as the backdrop for “Winter’s Bone”.
Anyone who has seen the James Franco film “127 Hours” probably asks themselves the same question: How far would I — or could I — go to survive?