"I didn't want to be conservative," says director Tom Hooper of his extravagant musical "Les Miserables," showcased at guild screenings over the holiday weekend
The "Gossip Girl" actor joins Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Eddie Redmayne and Amanda Seyfried star in Universal's musical
Lars von Trier film beats Oscar-winner "The King's Speech"; Tilda Swinton and Colin Firth win acting awards
Lars von Trier's apocalyptic drama scores 8 nominations, twice as many as any other film
Harvey Weinstein and Paul Rudd hold court at the Cinerama Dome; Disney characters galore at D23 gathering
"The King's Speech" star to receive honor after impressing royal family with his portrayal of the Queen's father
"The King's Speech" opens in a cleaned-up version, but it doesn't clean up at the boxoffice
Bad snacks, smart flicks, a fanboy fave and an Ebert hater
Weinstein Company calls the altered version "family friendly"
At the end of a long, grueling season, here's what stood out at the Odds
"The King's Speech" comes out okay in a ranking of Best-Pic winners; Franco and Hathaway don't fare as well in a worst-host poll
Director who assembled montage set to "The King's Speech" says he was rooting for "The Social Network"
Best Picture winner sells double the tickets it did last week; "The Fighter" and "Black Swan" don't see sales increase
From reviews to tweets, most of the notices didn't look too kindly on the James Franco/Anne Hathaway Oscars
Oscar-winning director reflects on the profound personal impact of his film
Live and direct from the mouths of Sunday night's big Oscar winners...
Absolutely everything you need to know about the 83rd Annual Academy Awards
Oscar-winning actor takes exception that his film is being watered down for a softer rating
Analysis: Oscar season is long, the road is uneven but Tom Hooper's royal drama came out on top -- even after losing eight of the...
Some races may be decided, but Oscar night brings drama and questions
The Odds is sticking with Tom Hooper over David Fincher, but the Documentary and Live-Action Short categories have shifted
From the easy calls (Colin Firth) to the tough races (Foreign-Language Film), TheWrap's guide to all 24 Academy Award categories
The heart of the story is the relationship between a would-be king and his speech pathologist
An Oscar cornucopia: word puzzles, odd statistics, gay porn and the Banksy watch
"Alice in Wonderland" also wins award; "Glee" and "Boardwalk Empire" among TV honorees
Modest proposals about Oscar presenters, predictions that need updating, and more fuss over Banksy
Sure, it looks like a done deal in many categories, but just ask David Fincher, Annette Bening and "The King's Speech," there's still plenty of...
Host's taped hour with "King's Speech" cast -- originally scheduled for Jan. 28 -- has been bumped twice by Egypt
Two days and three awards shows ... with "King's Speech," Wally Pfister and the render queue management gang emerging victorious
As acceptance speeches provide big helpings of deja vu, the Academy continues to work on the logistics of moving the show earlier