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  • Video: Give That Oscar Back!

    No one disputes the fact that this year's Best Actress Oscar was Cate Blanchett's to lose, or that the stunning performances by Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto were what powered Dallas Buyers Club into the Best Picture race, but let's not pretend they've always been at the top of their game. With that in mind, here are some past failures that a few of this year's Academy Award winners need to answer for.


  • RT's 2014 Oscar Picks - Results

    The Academy Awards have come and gone, which means it's time to check in on our own Oscar predictions and see which of them came true. We fared better than usual this year, successfully naming 20 of the 24 winners in last night's ceremony. Take a look at the final tally, and let us know how well you did.


  • 2014 Academy Awards Winners

    The 2014 Oscar winners were announced on Sunday, March 2 at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. Click through for the full list of winners!


  • 86th Annual Academy Awards


  • 2014 Razzie Awards Winners

    The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation announced the winners for the 34th Annual RAZZIEs on Saturday, March 1st, recognizing the worst achievements in film for 2013. Although Adam Sandler's ensemble comedy sequel Grown-Ups 2 brought the most nominations (eight in total), it was Movie 43 who took home the "top" prize of Worst Picture of 2013. In fact, Grown-Ups 2 went home completely empty handed! Read on for the full list of "winners."


  • 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards Winners

    The 29th Annual Film Independent Spirit Awards were announced on Saturday March 1, 2014, in a ceremony hosted by Patton Oswalt at a beach luncheon in Santa Monica. 12 Years A Slave took home the big one this year with additional wins in various other categories including Best Director. The event will be broadcast on IFC tonight at 10pmET/7pmPT. See the full list of results below.


  • 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards


  • Video: This Year, I Dare The Academy...

    A few of the Oscar categories this year are considered locks, like Cate Blanchett for Best Actress, Jared Leto for Best Supporting Actor, or Drive for Secret Best Picture. In that spirit, a few of us at Rotten Tomatoes recorded a video of Oscars we dare the Academy to give out this year. Check out the video below.


  • RT's 2014 Oscar Picks

    Every year, we at Rotten Tomatoes sit in a room and try to pick who's going to win what at the Academy Awards. And every year, when Monday rolls around, we're frustrated, stunned, hurt -- we run the whole gamut of emotions, but one thing is clear: we didn't have any idea who would win. So why do we continue to apply scientific theories to our predictions, knowing that the whole process is as futile as guessing who will win the NFC East next year? Because we must. Without further ado, we present the RT editors' picks for the 86th Academy Awards. Take this list with a grain -- nay, a shaker -- of salt.


  • 2014 BAFTA Awards Winners

    The British Academy Film Awards took place on Sunday, Feb. 16, and Alfonso Cuarón's sci-fi thriller led the way with six wins, including Best Director, Outstanding British Film, Best Cinematography, and Best Special Effects, among others. Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave took home the prize for Best Film, and its star Chiwetel Ejiofor nabbed Best Actor honors. Read on for the full list.


  • EE British Academy Film Awards 2014


  • 12th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards Winners

    A list of the films and television shows that won the 12th annual Visual Effects Society (VES) Awards, held on February 12, 2014.


  • 2014 GLAAD Media Awards Nominations

    The GLAAD Media Awards, which honor the best in LGBT film and television, announced its nominees on February 4. The Winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on April 12. Read on for the full list.


  • 2014 Writers Guild Awards Winners

    The winners of the Writers Guild Awards were announced tonight in Los Angeles, and Spike Jonze came away with one of the big honors of the night, while HBO's Veep beat out some perennial favorites in the TV Comedy category. Read on for the full list of winners.


  • 22 Surprising Oscar Snubs

    It's an immutable law of Hollywood that there are just never Oscar nominations to go around. With this year's Academy Awards mere weeks away, we decided now would be a perfect time to take a look back at some of the many quality movies that missed an opportunity to take home one of the little gold guys -- and some that overcame seemingly insurmountable odds to become some of history's most surprising nominees. Obviously, this is meant to be a conversation starter rather than a complete list, but hey -- that's what the comments are for. What other films undeservedly escaped the Academy's attention?


  • 56th Annual Grammy Awards


  • 66th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards Winners


  • Video: Hollywood's Deadliest Award

    Hollywood's hottest stars--Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Thompson, Chris Pine, Vanessa Hudgens, Amy Adams, Christian Bale, and more-- cast their vote as to which award trophy would be most useful in a battle to the death.


  • 2014 Producers Guild Awards Ends With A Tie for Theatrical Motion Picture

    The winners of the 25th Annual Producers Guild Awards were announced in an evening ceremony on January 19 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. With a surprise of a tie for the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures, both Gravity and 12 Years A Slave took home the nights big award.


  • 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards


  • 19th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards Winners

    12 Years a Slave and American Hustle tied for the most Critics Choice awards nominations with 13 each, and while the former did pick up three -- including Best Picture -- and the latter nabbed four of its own, it was Alfonso Cuarón's sci-fi thriller that went home with the most hardware, winning in seven of the categories for which it was nominated. Read on for the full list of winners.


  • 19th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards


  • Meet the 2014 Oscar Nominees

    With the 2014 Academy Award Nominations announced, what better moment to take a look back at some of our recent interviews with the major filmmakers and stars behind the movies? We round-up interviews with the people behind 12 Years a Slave, Gravity, American Hustle and many more.


  • Total Recall: The 2014 Best Picture Nominees

    Awards season is in full swing, and film fans everywhere are either debating their picks for who's about to win or arguing over those who've already won. That goes double for us at RT, and to celebrate our annual embrace of Oscar fever, we've decided to dedicate this week's list to the films getting ready to duke it out for this year's Best Picture Academy Award. With room for real-life stories, a little romance, a few songs, some hard-hitting drama, and even some action and/or comedy, this year's batch of nominees is certainly an eclectic bunch -- so let's take a look at them all, reminisce about how many we've seen, and then hit the comments section to weigh in on their odds of winning come February 24. It's time for Total Recall!


  • The 86th Annual Academy Awards Nominees


  • 2014 Academy Awards Nominations

    The 2014 Oscar nominees were announced on Thursday, January 16 by actor Chris Hemsworth and the Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs. Click through for the full list of nominations.


  • Vote for 2013's Worst Screen Combo

    Vote for your favorite Worst Screen Combo, and don't forget to check the winners on "Oscar Eve," Saturday, March 1.


  • 34th Annual RAZZIE Nominations

    On January 15, 2014, the nominees for the 34th Annual RAZZIEs were announced, recognizing the worst achievements in film for 2013.


  • 34th Annual Razzie Awards Nominees


  • 12th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards Nominations

    A list of the films and television shows that were nominated for the 12th annual Visual Effects Society (VES) Awards, announced January 14, 2014.