Oscars 2019 News
Bohemian Rhapsody, which released in the US in November, was a critical and commercial success.
Mere Pyaare Prime Minister: Ahead of release on 15 March, #AFilmThatDidntGoToOscars trends on Twitter
Netizens are wondering why Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's Mere Pyaare Prime Minister did not go to Oscars 2019.
Period.End of Sentence’s win reflects poorly on the Oscars; it is ill-informed, dishonest, though perhaps well-meant
The question mark over Period.End of Sentence. arises entirely because it misrepresents facts.
Netflix responds to Steven Spielberg's plan to push for excluding streaming services from Oscars eligibility
Other Academy members also argued that Netflix went overboard with its marketing campaign for Roma ahead of the Oscars
Alfonso Cuaron has responded to the perception that Netflix's involvement in Roma cost the film the Best Picture Oscar, and said that Roma is reaching audiences worldwide in a way that usually only mainstream films do, because of the streaming platform
Even as Bohemian Rhapsody gears up for its China release, Twitterati wonders if the film's LGBTQ content would be edited out
A Star is Born to re-release in North America with additional footage, including extended musical performances
The extended cut of A Star is Born, starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, will be released across 1150 screens in North America on 1 March.
Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo del Toro, Alejandro Iñárritu: How three friends from Mexico took over Hollywood
Overall, five of the last six Best Director Oscars have gone to the amigos (Damien Chazelle being the exception in 2016) — Cuarón, Guillermo del Toro and Alejandro González Iñárritu, often referred to as “the Three Amigos” of cinema.
Oscars 2019: Unlike her character in The Wife, Glenn Close's professional fulfillment rises above awards
With the most nominations without a win at the Oscars (of any living actor), Glenn Close proves yet again why an actor must act.
Period. End of Sentence review: At its core, Oscar-winning documentary short is a celebration of women's agency
Period. End of Sentence undertakes the Herculean task of unmaking centuries of oppression, social conditioning, misinformantion and ignorance associated with menstruation.
Arunachalam Muruganantham on Period. End of Sentence's Oscar win: Subject of menstrual hygiene had reached global audience
Period. End of Sentence is based on women of Hapur who learned to manufacture sanitary pads with Arunachalam Muruganantham's manufacturing machine.
Oscars 2019: Billy Porter's tux-gown gets a thumbs up; Twitter calls him 'the Ranveer Singh of Hollywood'
Billy Porter wore a Christian Siriano tuxedo gown to Oscars 2019.
Robert Downey Jr shared a video on Instagram, addressing Rami Malek as belonging to the front of the bloodline of his acting generation after his Oscars win.
Spike Lee, who won the Academy Award for best adapted screenplay for BlacKkKlansman spoke about black history in his Oscar speech
Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas at Oscars after party; Alia Bhatt's speech at friend's wedding: Social Media Stalkers' Guide
Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas attend Vanity Fair Oscars after party; Alia Bhatt's emotional speech at friend's wedding.
If Oscars cared about diversity, Black Panther or Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse should have won Best Picture
As Green Book joins 'Worst Best Picture' list, the Oscars' attempt to address diversity gap rings hollow.
For the Oscar's campaign, Netflix even bought a marketing agency that had worked to promote films like Shakespeare in Love and Moonlight.
Oscars 2019: Roma actress Yalitza Aparicio's mother says daughter's nomination is 'an unforgettable dream'
Yalitza Aparicio was in the running for Best Actress alongside Olivia Colman, Lady Gaga, Glenn Close and Melissa McCarthy.
Oscars 2019 highlights: Rami Malek, Olivia Colman's heartfelt speeches stole an otherwise low-key show
Olivia Colman and Rami Malek’s stirring speeches stole an otherwise low-key show on a night when a workmanlike yet dubiously charming film took home the Best Picture statuette.