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The Oscars are presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which hires producers to create the awards ceremony. The producers are in charge of the entire production, including selecting a host. For the past few years Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have been the producers of the Oscars. A recent article in The Hollywood Reporter briefly ...


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Here's a Variety article on this very thing with 5 reasons: “Lego” landed just one mention — in the song category for its infectious “Everything Is Awesome” anthem — but not in the animated feature category, where many were predicting that the toon blockbuster might win. That oversight comes as a total shock to Oscar pundits — arguably the year’s ...


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I don't have the minute count for the film but the rules require: An animated feature is defined by the academy as a film with a running time of more than 40 minutes in which characters' performances are created using a frame-by-frame technique, a significant number of the major characters are animated, and animation figures in no less than 75 percent of ...


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As you can imagine, most Best Actor/Actresses make their appearances very early in their films. The latest entry I've found so far is Ron Moody as Fagin in Carol Reed's Oliver! He doesn't appear until 36:54 into the film (and then proceeds to steal the show.) Caveat #1: I've only looked at Actors, not Actresses so far. Caveat #2: I've checked out every ...


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Here's my thoughts on the Animated shorts: TL;DR : Content is probably fine... better with 10+ probably? Minor spoilers below. Me and My Moulton - About a kid. If you're extremely puritanical, there's a short sequence of nude, animated, barely anatomical male and female bodies... and a granny in underwear. Non-sexual. There's also a brief moment of gun ...



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