Seth MacFarlane: Thoughts on the Once (and Future?) Oscar Host 8 weeks ago
Seth MacFarlane might host next year’s Academy Awards. And he might not. And it's too early to talk about it … except that...
By Steve Pond
Producers will return after receiving mixed reviews but high ratings
Why all the love for "Chicago?"
Seth MacFarlane and producers focused too much on themselves at the expense of the nominees
A lengthy, confusing Oscar season was turned upside down by a revamped voting timetable and knocked for a loop by baffling Best Director nominations
Producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron say their Oscar show will pay tribute to movie music, won't involve the James Bond actors but will have some big surprises
According to the producers of the Oscar show, the 85th Academy Awards is being rebranded simply as "The Oscars"
Daniel Radcliffe, Charlize Theron, Shirley Bassey and Channing Tatum are added to Oscar-show lineup as Academy voters receive ballots after 29-day wait
Adele will perform the Oscar-nominated "Skyfall" theme song but no word yet on if the other Best Song nominees will perform
Though he's hosted raucuous shows like the Comedy Central roast of Charlie Sheen, new Oscar host Seth MacFarlane insists he won't be dismissive of the ceremony
After directing and co-producing the last two Oscars, Don Mischer will be back to direct the upcoming show for producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron
This year's Oscar producers have experience in musicals and on Broadway -- and history suggests that can be a glorious mix... or a dangerous one
Craig Zadan and Neil Meron say their first priority is to find a host -- and their Oscar show won't necessarily have lots of music
Film, television and theater producers are hired by AMPAS president Hawk Koch to supervise the 85th Oscar show
Deal will cover shows created for both U.S. and international markets
Blake Lively, Jennifer Lawrence and "Harry Potter" star Emma Watson are in contention to play the heartthrob's love interest in "Incarceron"
Susannah Grant ("Erin Brockovich") is writing the film, which will be produced by John Stamos, Neil Meron and Craig Zadan
I liked them more than the phony-polite, business-school crowd that followed.
Craig Zadan, Neil Meron set up hourlong legal drama at Fox, prison dramedy at NBC.
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts