Who Stood Out? - Sandra, Jennifer, Charlize, Jessica and more of Hollywood's biggest stars sizzled on the Academy Awards' red carpet.
MacFarlane Says ‘No Way’ - MacFarlane’s response came after TV critics slammed the telecast.
Special Moments - The 85th annual Academy Awards had some stand-out moments when it came to recognizing movies for the whole family.
Next Year - While the giant Oscar statues are still being washed off and stowed away, planners are already struggling with the timing for next year’s show.
Celebs Galore - A-List talent lined up for Jimmy Kimmel's 8th annual 'After the Oscars' special. Check out all the highlights.
Courting Controversy - Find out what the Academy Awards host said to ruffle more than a few feathers in the audience.
Stars Collide - Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence got the surprise of a lifetime when Jack Nicholson interrupted a backstage interview with ABC News.
Fighting Negativity - See what the 'Les Miserables' star revealed in the press room after picking up her Best Supporting Actress win.
Helping Hand - The star rushed to help a security guard who was suffering from a seizure at the Dolby Theater before the Oscars began.
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And the Winner Isn't - Some of Hollywood's biggest stars are Oscars' biggest losers. See if you recognize any of these folks...
Find A Favorite - We celebrate the Indie Spirit Awards with this collection of top indie films now available with XFINITY On Demand. Talk a walk on the indie side...
Check Marks The Spot - Download your very own Oscar Ballot and make your choices of who deserved the gold for this year's ceremony.
Fun & Games - How well do you know this year's nominees? Test your Academy Awards knowledge.
Best Actress Predictions - Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck gave members of the press a sneak peek at what he’ll be serving the stars at the annual Governor’s Ball party.
Nominees - Schwartzman Digs Up Details on Short Film Nominees.
Video - Crews at the Hollywood and Highland Center have been working through the night to prepare a one-block stretch of Hollywood Blvd.
Best Supporting Actor Predictions - Preparations for the 85th annual Academy Awards are in full swing here in Hollywood.
It Pays To Lose - Oscar nominees who don't end up with a coveted gold statuette won't go home empty handed after all.
Crackling filmmaking - In fact-based films, how much fiction is OK?
Best Supporting Actress Predictions - Good morning from Hollywood! Today, I hope to get my first look at the Oscars red carpet area.
RSVP - Olivia Munn Won't Crash Diet, Dresses "Being Flown In" and More Dish.
Oscar Hunt - If there is one sure bet in this roller coaster movie awards season, it is that Daniel Day-Lewis will take home the Best Actor award.
Five-Step Prep Plan - Hollywood’s biggest week is upon us. David Onda takes you on the road to the Oscars.
Oscars Flashback '86 - Angelina Jolie has established herself so well in Hollywood that we sometimes don't consider her acting lineage.
Flashback '83 - It's fascinating to think that she attended her first Oscars thirty years ago.
Host - He’s getting ready to host Sunday’s Academy Awards, where he’s also a nominee for the original song for his hit movie “Ted.”
Too Much - Joaquin Phoenix stars in this racy ad for animal rights that is considered "too political and controversial" by ABC.
Best Actress - Jennifer Lawrence ("Silver Linings Playbook") is expected to steal the show from Jessica Chastain on awards night.
Oscar-Hosting - MacFarlane thinks his hosting gig is a "one-off" and that he'll be "flayed by the press" no matter what he does.
Talent - "Beasts of the Southern Wild" star Quvenzhane Wallis is an actress of talent, poise and maturity well beyond her years.
7 Nominations - They don't call him Chief for nothing: Eric Church is the top nominee at this year's Academy of Country Music Awards.
Palestinian Documentary - An Oscar-nominated documentary about this West Bank hamlet has managed to infuriate people on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian divide.
Common Sense Media - The 2013 Oscar nominations are chock-full of family-friendly films. Parents, teens, tweens, and even younger kids will find movies to enjoy together.
Rule Breakers - See who voilated the Grammy dress code while Jennifer Lopez wore $5 Million worth of jewelry.
Mad Hatter - Taylor started the night out with this fun performance and then dissed her boy band ex.
BAFTAs - 'Les Mis' Star Falls at BAFTAs while 'Argo' continues to climb higher up the winners ladder.
Good Stuff - Producers say they watched 40 years of past ceremonies to find ways to keep the show moving at a brisk pace.
Flashback - See where this year's Best Actress Nominees got their start.
Close Call - Take a look at this year's big performances that didn't make the cut.
Funny Girl - Barbra Streisand will perform at the Oscars next month, the first time she’s performed during an Academy Awards broadcast in 36 years.
Heavy Hitters - ET is breaking down who's leading the pack in this year's hunt for Oscar gold!
The Cinema for Peace Foundation - The Humanitarian Award went to Ben Affleck for his work with the Eastern Congo Initiative.
Shockers - If the nominations reveal is any indication of how entertaining (and potentially edgy) the ceremony might be, fans could be in for a real treat.
Wisecracks - If anyone has a problem with Seth MacFarlane dropping a Hitler joke, they've probably never seen Family Guy.
And the Nominees Are... - Which films, stars, songs and directors will have a shot at Hollywood's greatest honor? Keep clicking to see who made the list.
2013 Oscar Nominee - Watch an 8 minute extended preview of this Oscar nominee.
Bad News - Worst picture, lead-acting slots for Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. Watch "Breaking Dawn Part 1."
Domination - A nomination for his Civil War epic “Lincoln” has brought on a record for most nominations from the guild.
Interview - Get the inside scoop from director Quentin Tarantino and the cast on the inspiration for this latest smash hit.
Oscars Lock - Kathryn Bigelow's action thriller was named best film of 2012 by the National Board of Review, which also named Bigelow best director.
Best Writing, Best Director, Best Film Editing, Best Actor in a Supporting Role - A potent look at the world of drug trafficking.
Writers Guild TV Noms - Dark drug drama “Breaking Bad” dominated television nominations for the annual Writers Guild Awards, with “Modern Family” leading the way in the comedy category.
Awards Spotlight - A struggling novelist (Paul Dano) creates his own dream girl, and suddenly finds her come to life, Pygmalion-style.
Close Up - Get an inside look at the film with interviews from Sally Field and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Awards News - 2013 Oscars host Seth MacFarlane announced a search for a lucky few college students who will hand out Oscar statuettes. Find out why...
The Look - See which celebs did it right and which were a big red carpet flop from last year's show. Hopefully they can get it right this year!