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Lincoln, Argo and Oscar Winners and Losers

27 February 2013 | 11:41 pm In the days after Argo won best picture at the Oscar ceremony on Sunday, its been a parlor game in Hollywood to figure out why Lincoln lost. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/28/movies/awardsseason/lincoln-argo-and-oscar-winners-and-losers.html

Oscar winners' annual revenue bump won't come at Box Office

26 February 2013 | 11:10 pm LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – The Academy Awards – seen by 40 million U.S. viewers on Sunday night – will stoke interest in the movies that won big. Traditionally, the studios have added theaters and pumped up marketing to drive those viewers to the multiplexes, but the box office isn't where the studios will look to cash in after the Oscars this year. Most of the Best Picture nominees are nearing … http://news.yahoo.com/oscar-winners-annual-revenue-bump-wont-come-box-231015253.html

Some Advice for Oscar Winners to Avoid Ruining Their Careers

26 February 2013 | 6:02 pm Now that the Academy Awards have come and gone and the winners have had their trophies engraved, it's time to look forward, to an uncertain future. Every year there is talk of an Oscar curse for every perpetually working Charlize Theron or Russell Crowe, there's a Mira Sorvino, a Cuba Gooding, an Adrien Brody. Hell, even a Hilary Swank, at this point. Winning an Oscar can be a tricky thing … http://news.yahoo.com/advice-oscar-winners-avoid-ruining-careers-180235594.html

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Jennifer Hudson: Congrats Oscar Winners! | Celebrity Babies, David …

28 February 2013 | 2:20 pm Jennifer Hudson and her little guy David Otunga, Jr. head inside LAX Airport together on Monday (February 25) in Los Angeles. The 31-year-old entertainer's six-year-old son carried with him a pirate's sword! We had fun! http://www.justjared.com/2013/02/28/jennifer-hudson-congrats-oscar-winners/

Watch Decades of Best Picture Oscar Winners in 4 Minutes

25 February 2013 | 5:31 pm One short film takes a look at all 85 Best Picture Oscar winners over the years. http://mashable.com/2013/02/25/best-picture-oscar/

Oscar winners: EW's analysis of who won and why | Inside Movies …

25 February 2013 | 5:23 pm There weren't many upsets at the 2013 Oscars — more like a lot of sure-things, and a few very close races that could have gone one of three (or sometimes four) different ways. http://insidemovies.ew.com/2013/02/25/oscar-winners-analysis/

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    • Curator says:

      Thats not entirely true….this is the last five Academy Award for Best Picture winners.

      Argo – 45 mil
      The Artist – 15 mil
      The King’s Speech – 15 mil
      The Hurt Locker – 17 mil
      Slumdog Millionaire – 15 mil

      Now I’m not saying that those numbers are not a lot of money because it is, but when you compare it to other movies in that time frame, its not really all that much.

      Skyfall – around 200 mil
      Transformers: Dark of the Moon – 175 mil
      Inception – 160 mil
      Avatar – 235 mil

  • Heavyweight Golden Era’s Greatest Contenders TOURNAMENT!? The aim of this tournament is to pit together the greatest heavyweight contenders from the 60’s and the 70’s that were never quite able to win a title

    Preliminary Round

    1)Gerry Quarry VS Oscar Bonevena

    2)George Chuvalo VS Joe Bugner

    3)Doug Jones VS Buster Mathis

    4)Zora Folley VS Mac Foster

    5)Jimmy Young VS Cleveland Williams

    6)Ron Lyle VS Bob Foster

    7) Eddie Machen VS Ron Stander

    8) Chuck Wepner VS Earnie Shavers

    Quarter Final’s

    1)Winner of Match up 1 to fight winner of Match up 8

    2)Winner of Match up 2 to fight winner of Match up 7

    3)Winner of Match up 3 to fight Winner of Match up 6

    4)Winner of Match up 4 to fight Winner OF Match up 5

    Semi Finals

    1)Winner of Match up 1 to fight Winner of Match up 3

    2)Winner of Match up 2 to fight Winner of Match up 4


    Who Wins!!!!!!!!!
    @Mark thanks.i actually thought about that but i still left him out because it wasn’t his fault Leon Spinks wouldn’t fight him.Had they fought he would of taken the title from him anyway.

    I also left out Henry Cooper by accident

  • Leira says:

    2013 OSCAR Trivia! For Movie Buffs Who Know Their Stuff :)? All Multiple Choice:

    1.) Quvenzhane Wallis, 9, is the youngest lead actress nominee in Academy Awards history. The youngest winner in any competitive acting category was who?
    a.) Tatum O’Neal for “Paper Moon” (1973)
    b.) Anna Paquin for “The Piano” (1993)
    c.) Timothy Hutton for “Ordinary People” (1980)
    d.) Adrien Brody for “The Pianist” (2002)
    2.) France’s Emmanuelle Riva, 85, in the film “Amour” is the oldest lead actress nominee in Academy Awards history. Gloria Stuart, who was 87 when she was nominated for her supporting performance in which movie, stands as the oldest nominee in any category?
    a.) “The Queen” (2006)
    b.) “Notes on a Scandal” (2006)
    c.) “Titanic” (1997)
    d.) “Driving Miss Daisy” (1989)
    3.) What duo share the record for the most best picture nominations with eight each (production)?
    a.) Harvey & Bob Weinstein
    b.) Ron Howard & Brian Grazer
    c.) Steven Spielberg & Kathleen Kennedy
    d.) Peter Jackson & Philippa Boyens
    4.) “Silver Linings Playbook” is the first film with nominations for best picture, director, screenplay and all four acting categories since what film?
    a.) “One Flew Over the Cuckcoo’s Nest” (1975)
    b.) “Reds” (1981)
    c.) “Silence of the Lambs” (1991)
    d.) “As Good As It Gets” (1997)
    5.) With his/her production credit for “Argo” this year, (s)he becomes just the second person to have competitive nominations in the picture, director, screen play and acting categories, along with legend Warren Beatty:
    a.) Meryl Streep
    b.) George Clooney
    c.) Ben Affleck
    d.) Dustin Hoffman
    6.) The portrayel of five different US presidents in film have earned acting Oscar nominations. Which president is tied with Lincoln for the most acting Oscar nominations depicting him, with two?
    a.) John F. Kennedy
    b.) Richard Nixon
    c.) Thomas Jefferson
    d.) Woodrow Wilson
    7.) The Newman family, famous for their movie music, has a grand total of 87 nominations, much more than any other family. Which clan is second with 24?
    a.) Coppola
    b.) Huston
    c.) Barrymore
    d.) Fonda
    8.) TRUE or FALSE: Prior to the leading acting nominations for “Les Mis” this year, a leading actor has won an Oscar for their role in a musical more recently than lead actress has.

    9.) TRUE or FALSE: Adele’s “Skyfall” is the first original song contender in 10 years to have also been a top-10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100.

    10.) The French-language Austrian film :Amour: is the fifth film to be nominated for best picture AND best foreign film. Which of the following was NOT also similarly doubly nominated?
    a.) “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” (2000)
    b.) “Pan’s Labyrinth” (2006)
    c.) “Life is Beautiful” (1998)
    d.) “Z” (1969)

  • Leira says:

    Questions About The Oscars: Analyzing The Academy Awards.? Don’t know much about the Oscars, and have terrible research skills. please help?

    1.) How many people belong to AMPAS? This represents about _% of those working in the film industry. (Who belongs to AMPAS?)

    2.) What percentage of members vote for the Oscars?

    3.) What is the annual membership fee?

    4.) How do you get to be a member?

    5.) A frequent criticism of the Academy Awards is about the afe of the members. What is the problem?

    6.) What exactly is an “Oscar” including the size, weight and cost? (What exactly is an “Oscar”)

    7.) Viven Leigh’s Gone With the Wind Oscar sold for how much money at auction?

    8.) How big is the tv audience watching the Oscar’s? (The Academy Awards Telecast as a Media Event)

    9.) How many Canadian’s watch the show and what percentage are women?

    10.) How much does it cost AMPAS members to attend the show if they are able to get a seat?

    11.) How is seating arranged?

    12.) How much does ABCC make per second of commerical time? (“The Business of Awarding Oscars”)

    13.) Why will Hollywood studios release their serious Oscar contenders in December?

    14.) How does “vote-buying” influence the winners? (How are the Oscars Awarded?)

    15.) Why has the voting policy been criticized by different branches of the Academy?

    16.) How are the votes kept secret? (Oscar Winners: Keeping the Secrets)

    17.) Clothing for both men and women have rules if you are presenting or attending the event. What are the rules? (Rituals Associated With Oscar)

    18.) How do the stars arrive at the Oscars?

    19.) How long does it take a “superstar” to walk the 2 block of red carpet?

    20.) What are “seat fillers”?

    21.) (Voting Patterns Among Oscar Winners) What kind of movies tend to win and which ones rarely ever win?

    Thanks sooo much for your help!

  • Leftcoastliz says:

    What Oscar Award Winner From A Previous Year Has Stood Up To The Test Of Time? This means you still think the film or actor or actress deserved the award.
    Can be a film that won Best Picture or had a winner in any category.
    Please tell us something about the film, such as…
    What was the basic plot?
    What was the award for & when was it awarded?
    What was so great about that film or that award winner?
    Must tell us something other than film title in order to qualify for Best Answer.
    Please name only one film in order to leave something for other people to answer.

    Here’s mine: I chose West Side Story, out in 1961, award ’61 or ’62, because I liked it then on film & on stage in a college production. The movie rec’d 10 awards, including Best Picture. I still loved it when I saw it on stage at another college again a few years ago with a talented h.s. girl with beautiful voice capturing the innocence of the young Maria. (and looking more Puerto Rican than Natalie Wood btw.) I’m sure the gangs of N. California were on everyone’s minds. I don’t see many films, but I’m sure I’d still love it, especially the songs America & Maria. It’s unfortunate that the gang problem has remained with our culture & has stood the test of time, but we still can enjoy the artistic merits of the production & the similarity to Shakespeare’s story of Romeo & Juliet.

  • Omar says:

    What Did You Thought About The Oscars A Few Nights Ago? I know it was a few days ago, there was a lot surprise winners. what was your thoughts on the oscars

    • Curator says:

      For me, this year was very disappointing, almost as bad as 2011 when Anne Hathaway and James Franco bombed. I thought MacFarlane was dreadful in the beginning, and his jokes low-class. And this year didn’t have films that I thought were really entertainment enough, with two films political docudramas, Argo and Zero Dark Thirty, and Lincoln being essentially another docudrama, that left just a few other entertainment films. I wasn’t much thrilled with any of the films this year so it was the least exciting of any awards show that I can recall from the past.

      I thought the awards themselves went well, and perhaps did reflect what I felt – every film got some award, even if it was just one, and that means that not one of them was so great that there warranted a sweep of awards, so it wasn’t any one film that won big but individual acts that were recognized. Like the year Titanic was nominated and Lord of the Rings – they took 11 awards; Chicago took 6 awards, Slumdog Millionaire took 8 awards. The awards were divided completely across the board as each major category was for a different film, that’s very telling. No one film took two of the major awards – Best Film, Argo; Best Director, Life of Pi; Best Actor, Lincoln; Best Actress, Silver Linings Playbook; Best Supporting Actor, Django Unchained; Best Supporting Actress, Les Miserables.

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