Best Picture: "Spotlight." Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio, "The Revenant." Actress: Brie Larson, "Room."
"Fifty Shades of Grey" came out on top -- or perhaps the bottom -- at this year's Razzies.
Jared Leto presented an Oscar to Margot Robbie. Patricia Arquette gave one to Morgan Freeman. Chris Evans tried to claim a golden guy for himself. Kevin Hart, meanwhile, took a quick call while standing on the Oscar stage.
Ciro Gueera always knew he wanted to shoot his film "Embrace of the Serpent" in black and white and on 35mm film, a now-scarce resource in today's digital world.
Screenwriter Alyson Fouse was working on a sequel for the "Bring It On" movie franchise when the studio asked for changes.
Movie buffs in Mexico are abuzz with the possibility native son Alejandro G. Inarritu could snag this year's directing Oscar for "The Revenant," which would be an unprecedented third in a row by Mexicans.
Come what may at the Academy Awards, Leonardo DiCaprio will have an Oscar -- or at least a close replica of the coveted statue.
Costume design is one of those arts that's often taken for granted during awards season. There's an old saying in the below-the-line crafts that if you're noticing their work, it's only because there's a problem.
Sunday's Academy Awards promise a three-way race for best picture, performances by Lady Gaga, Sam Smith and the Weeknd, and the likelihood of first Oscar wins ever for Leonardo DiCaprio and Sylvester Stallone.
Movies make more money when exactly half their casts are non-white, according to an annual analysis released Thursday that shows an increasing demand for diversity in film.