Oscar is doing something about that opaque complexion of his for the past 92 years — diversity rules are becoming permanent. Finally.
Oscar has nominated his favorites, ignored some of ours, and could care less what anyone thinks. This is a full, visual breakdown of Oscars 2020.
Following Scorsese and Coppola hating on CBMs, it’s clear what is the problem — turf war. They think nerds are on their lawn. Let’s discuss the property lines of cinema.
Todd Phillips’ ‘Joker’ is perceived to have a bigger opening weekend than ‘Aquaman’. Two reasons why: Joaquin. Phoenix. You’ll see.
A few people in entertainment may be going to Craig’s List for job seeking. Emmy just determined going hostless is worth the gamble. Do you?
Don’t you love those animated shorts that kick off Pixar films? Yeah, well, tough.
Do you know the difference between a movie made on Netflix and one made on bigger screens? Neither does Steven Spielberg.
There are people who will win an Oscar. But are those the folk we necessarily want to win? Maybe not.
Can we just melt down the statues and make Mr. T some necklaces? May as well.
No Kevin Hart. No Oscars host. No problem?
When you think about what movies have influenced entertainment more than any other, do you see red?
Hollywood’s most likable man just became public television’s most historic man.
Hard to have something be “Best Popular” when it wasn’t even popular enough to last a month of deliberation.
When the 2018 Oscars hit a historic low in ratings, they determined pandering to nerds is how to fix their broken formula. That will help nobody.