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  • Oscars: Best Quotes From Show Mention Race, Climate Change, Cookies

    The Oscars were overshadowed by a row on the lack of black nominees, but Hollywood's biggest night also witnessed commentary on issues ranging from climate change to gay rights. "Let us not take this planet for granted. I do not take tonight for granted," said Leonardo DiCaprio, winner of Best Actor award

  • Oscars 2016: What Leonardo DiCaprio Said After Winning Best Actor

    DiCaprio seemed to know tonight was his night, and he used his platform to spread a message he's been advocating for a long time: "Climate change is real. It is happening right now. Let us not take this planet for granted. I do not take tonight for granted," said Leonardo

  • Oscars Done, Baywatch Next. Priyanka Chopra Makes a Run For it to Miami

    Priyanka Chopra, who was one of the presenters at the Oscars, is all set to shoot for her maiden Hollywood film Baywatch, which also stars Dwayne Johnson. "The whirlwind night is finally over. Running, literally to the airport. Miami here I come #Baywatch," Priyanka posted on Instagram

  • On The Oscars Red Carpet, A Trip Around the World

    Brie Larson wore Gucci, the label revivified by Alessandro Michele: a billowy, bold, blue ruffled frock whose lightness was bisected and somewhat weighed down by a large jeweled belt. Cate Blanchett returned to one of her regular sponsors, Armani, who made over red-carpet dressing in the 1990s with beige and subtle sequins

  • Oscars: Pakistani Film on Honour Killings Wins Best Short Documentary

    A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness is based on the story of Saba, a survivor of an attempted honour killing who was beaten, shot and thrown into a river after she eloped with her lover. At the last moment, she tilted her head as a bullet grazed her cheek instead of shattering her skull

  • Oscars: Priyanka Chopra's Red Carpet Report Card, Marked by Twitter

    As India's sole representative at the Oscars, Priyanka Chopra had a nation's collective eye on her as she walked the red carpet. Dressed in a lacy Zuhair Murad, Pryanka rubbed shoulders with Hollywood's creme de la creme in Los Angeles on Sunday night. Twitter thought she did great

  • Oscars 2016: Saeed Jaffrey, David Bowie, Alan Rickman Remembered

    The 88th Academy Awards paid tribute to late stars like actors Saeed Jaffrey and Omar Sharif, and music legend David Bowie. A montage played out as Foo Fighters' frontman Dave Grohl took to the stage to perform a soulful tribute. He sang The Beatles' hit song Blackbird

  • Oscars: Lady Gaga Delivers Powerful Tribute to Rape Survivors

    Lady Gaga performed Till It Happens To You which was nominated for the Oscar for best song for The Hunting Ground, a documentary about rape on campus. As she neared the end of the song, several young women took to the stage together with slogans handwritten on their arms

  • Oscars: Was Chris Rock's Medicine to a So-White Oscars Strong Enough?

    "It's not about boycotting anything. It's just, we want opportunity. We want the black actors to get the same opportunities as white actors. That's it. That's it. Not just once, you know? Leo (Leonardo DiCaprio) gets a great part every year. And, you know, and, everybody, all you guys get great parts all the time," said Chris Rock

  • Oscars: Glory For Leonardo DiCaprio, Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road's six Oscar wins couldn't diminish the glory of Leonardo DiCaprio, who finally won that elusive Oscar after five previous nominations. First-time nominees Brie Larson and Alicia Vikander took home the Oscars for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress and Spotlight won Best Picture

  • Oscars: Leonardo DiCaprio is Finally King of the World. Twitter Explodes

    Leonardo DiCaprio finally won his Oscar, sixth time lucky. Leo, who has previously gone home Oscar-less for his roles in films like The Wolf of Wall Street and Blood Diamond won Best Actor for his performance in The Revenant. Twitter, which obsessed over whether Leo was going to win all through the show, exploded

  • Oscars 2016: Alejandro G Inarritu Wins Best Director Award

    Alejandro G. Inarritu picked up the Best Director trophy for The Revenant at the 88th Academy Awards on February 28. This is Mr Inarritu's second consecutive win after last year's Birdman. Other nominated in the category were Adam McKay, George Miller, Lenny Abrahamson and Tom McCarthy

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