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The Aviator (2004)
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The winners of the various Guild Awards’: Season’s curious Best Director and Best Film bifurcation continues and thus further complicates this year’s Oscar predictions.
The British Academy Awards’ Oscar-focused new submission deadline rules have had unintended and ironically counterproductive consequences.
Martin Scorsese and Clint Eastwood have performed an unexpected Golden Globes turnabout, while Hilary Swank and Annette Bening have an awards season rematch ‘tie.’
Awards season news: In an ungodly twist of fate, Jesus + Jason + Napoleon have all lost out to Spider-Man, while Kate Winslet has nabbed a surprise win.
An animated Pixar hit, a costly motion-capture fantasy and an ‘end of the world’ disaster flick are among eligible entries for next year’s Academy Awards.
Is Titanic and The Aviator star Leonardo DiCaprio going to play a 1930s gangster or an FBI agent in Michael Mann’s planned crime drama?
An ASC first: The Best Cinematography Award has gone to a French-language World War I drama that unexpectedly beat big-name Hollywood product.
As weirdo billionaire Howard Hughes, Leonardo DiCaprio Is both fully convincing and badly miscast in Martin Scorsese’s overblown biopic The Aviator.