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  • Oscars: A Spotlight on the 16 Things You Missed

    While the movie that wins best picture is often the one that also wins best director, that wasn't the case this year. Alejandro Inarritu won for his direction of The Revenant, but Spotlight director Tom McCarthy shared the writing Oscar with Josh Singer

  • Oscars: How Lady Gaga Manages to Steal Every Award Show

    It's strange, but thanks to her many eccentricities and pop songs, people forget Lady Gaga has extremely impressive vocal skills. She throws also herself into every performance for very arresting images. For the third time this award season -- the 29-year-old pop singer created one of the most memorable moments of the ceremony

  • Oscars: Mark Rylance's Journey From Shakespeare's Globe

    Mark Rylance's win was the first true surprise of the night, as he bested sentimental favourite Sylvester Stallone (Creed), as well as Christian Bale (The Big Short), Tom Hardy (The Revenant) and Mark Ruffalo (Spotlight). "I want to just say thank you to my fellow nominees," said Mark Rylance after receiving his award

  • Oscars 2016: Leonardo DiCaprio's Win Becomes Most Tweeted Moment

    Leonardo won the best actor trophy for his role of a fur-trapper in The Revenant and the moment saw 440,000 tweets per minute. It shattered Oscars 2014 host Ellen DeGeneres' record of 255,000 tweets per minute when she tweeted a star-studded selfie from the venue

  • 10 Blockbuster Oscar Moments: From Lady Gaga to a Crowd Pleasing Kiss

    Possibly the most powerful and emotive Oscar moment ever came in the form of Lady Gaga's performance of 'Til it Happens to You from the documentary Hunting Ground. Her back-up squad - survivors of sexual assault

  • Oscars: Priyanka Chopra Second Most Searched Celeb, Says Google

    Priyanka Chopra was the second most searched celebrity in India after Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio during the 88th Academy Awards, internet search giant Google said. India although contributing about two per cent of the global searches for the Oscars, also made it to the top 10 markets for Oscar searches

  • Oscars: Alejandro Inarritu's Journey From Mexico to Hollywood

    Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu soared into Hollywood lore when he picked up the Oscar for The Revenant, becoming the third filmmaker to win back-to-back Academy Awards for Best Director. But he describes himself as: "I think that I'm a musician before I am a filmmaker - a frustrated musician"

  • Oscar Fashion: Top Trends Spotted on the Red Carpet

    A best supporting actress winner for her role in The Danish Girl, Alicia floated onto the red carpet in a strapless pale yellow Louis Vuitton gown with silver accents and an asymmetrical hemline. Her brown tresses were in a half up-do, most of it hanging loose and curly down her back

  • Oscars: Leonardo DiCaprio's Gold Rush Thrills Bollywood

    Leonardo DiCaprio's cold streak at the Oscars finally came to an end as he won the Best Actor trophy for his role of a wounded fur trapper seeking revenge in The Revenant. Sonakshi heaped praise on the actor's acceptance speech, where the 41-year-old actor discussed climate change and its impact on planet

  • Oscars Oopsie: Beauty Company Mistakes Whoopi For Oprah in Tweet

    The awkward moment when Whoopi Goldberg shows up to the Oscars and is promptly confused with Oprah Winfrey on Twitter. Total Beauty deleted it but everything lives forever on the Internet. Total Beauty, publicly shamed and red-faced, apologized and is hoping to make amends

  • Oscars: Nobody Had Heard of Alicia Vikander Three Years Ago

    It was for her role in the British biographical drama The Danish Girl that Alicia was honoured with an Academy Award, in which she played Danish artist Gerda Wegener in a love story about how she and her fellow artist husband Einar Elbe, played by Eddie Redmayne, navigate his journey as a transgender pioneer

  • Oscar Reunion For Leonardo and Kate. Twitter Swoons Over Jack and Rose

    In the weeks leading up to the Oscars, Kate told the press that she was sure this would finally be Leo's year. It was - he was sixth time lucky and when his name was called out by presenter Julianne Moore, Kate Winslet looked as tearfully proud as any friend could

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