Christian Bale and Natalie Portman
Last year's big Academy Award winners — Christian Bale, Melissa Leo, Colin Firth and Natalie Portman — will take the stage again on Sunday, but this time as presenters, the academy announced Thursday.
Battle: Los Angeles
Battle: Los Angeles won the box-office battle, Box Office Mojo reports.
The action-packed science fiction film, starring Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Pena, Ne-Yo and Bridget Moynahan, took in $36 million in its opening weekend.
Rango roped in the top spot at the weekend box office, according to Box Office Mojo.
The animated film, which reteamed Johnny Depp with Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski, grossed an estimated $38 million in its first weekend.
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The adult thriller The Adjustment Bureau, starring Matt Damon, came in at No. 2 with an opening weekend tally of $20.9 million. Fellow new release, Beastly, earned...
The King's Speech won four Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor, while Inception also snagged four at Sunday's 83rd annual Academy Awards.
Colin Firth, who played the stammering King George VI, took...
The Social Network
Hollywood's biggest night is here: the Academy Awards. Can early critical darling and Golden Globe winner The Social Network dethrone recent favorite and Screen Actors Guild champ The King's Speech? Will Natalie Portman take home the best actress trophy? And is Toy Story 3 a lock for...
The Farrelly brothers were no match for Gnomeo and Juliet, Box Office Mojo reports.
The animated take on the classic love story took the top spot in its third week of release, grossing an estimated $14.2 million for a cumulative total of...
One day before his hosting gig at the Academy Awards, James Franco took home the award for best male lead at the Independent Spirit Awards.
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When accepting his award, Franco, who is nominated for Best Actor at Sunday's Oscars for his 127 Hours role, thanked his agent, manager and publicist, who told him to take a break from school, saying, "James, you're an effing idiot if you don't do this movie."
After winning the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award for her role in Black Swan, Natalie Portman also won...
Will The King's Speech stage a royal flush at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards? Or will The Social Network prove to have the most friends in all the right Hollywood places? We'll find out Sunday, but for now, let's make some predictions. So put on your thinking caps, bust out your ballot, make your picks and compare them to ours below while we count down to the big night.
TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage begins Sunday at 5 ET/2 PT with Academy Awards Red Carpet Countdown, followed by Academy Awards Red Carpet with Chris Harrison at 6 ET/3 PT. The 83rd Annual Academy Awards start at 8:30/7:30c on ABC.
And be sure to tune in to TV Guide Network's Academy Awards Red Carpet Fashion Wrap the next night at 8/7c.
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Who will win: The King's Speech
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The Independent Spirit Awards are known as the anti-Oscars, but something tells Joel McHale that the two ceremonies will have a lot in common this year.
"I think all the nominees will be read [at the Indie Spirits] and The King's Speech will win everything," he quips to TVGuide.com. "It cannot be stopped. It will not be ...
The thriller Unknown relegated I Am Number Four to No. 2 at the box office, according to preliminary President's Day weekend figures from Box Office Mojo.
Unknown, which stars Liam Neeson and Mad Men's January Jones, grossed an estimated $21.7 million in its debut weekend. The teen science fiction film followed with $19.5 million in its opening weekend.