People Of Color Shine Through 2017 Oscars NominationsWell, it looks as if the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite will not be making a social media appearance this year.
Sam Smith, The Weeknd, Lady Gaga At The Academy AwardsSee the AMP artists onstage at the Academy Awards prior to Sam Smith taking home the Oscar for Best Original Song for the 'Spectre' theme "Writing's On The Wall."
Reality Check For 2/23/15: Oscars Ratings Low, Kanye and Rihanna Tour, Benji Madden "Cameron" Tattoo [PHOTO]It's confirmed! Rihanna and Kanye will co-host tour this summer.
Lady Gaga's Tribute to the 50th Anniversary of 'Sound of Music' Was the High Point of the OscarsLady Gaga left her meat dress at home to honor the 50th anniversary of The Sound of Music at the 87th Annual Academy Awards.
John Legend & Common Deliver Emotional Performance of 'Glory,' Win Oscars Best Original Song: WatchThe win followed a poignant rendition of the song that left audience members visibly emotional.
The Oscars' 'Everything Is Awesome' Performance Was the Absolute Best Thing: WatchIt was... well, you get it.
[PHOTOS] Oscars 2015: The HighlightsCheck out the best of the 2015 Academy Awards...in pictures.
Oscars 2015: Winners ListSee a list of all winners of the 87th Academy Awards as they are announced tonight.
Which Oscar-Nominated Films Have the Most Geek Cred?We rate the 2015 Best Picture Oscar nominees based on geek appeal—meaning, how many superhero films their cast members starred in. You just might be surprised.
Oscars 2015: Our Predictions on Who Will WinWe look at 2015 Oscar predictions from major publications as well as a Vegas oddsmaker, and then we give our take in the big categories. We even predict who will be the Beck of the Oscars.
Oscars 2015: Who Will Win Best Actor?The category is lining up to be a two-way race between Michael Keaton’s break with reality in 'Birdman' and Eddie Redmayne’s physically stunning transformation into Stephen Hawking in 'The Theory of Everything.'
Neil Patrick Harris is Prepared for a 'Kanye Moment' At the OscarsKanye West is a live awards show's worst nightmare. But, this year's Oscars host, Neil Patrick Harris says, bring him on.