Since we've already covered that part of the Oscars, we thought it would be interesting to answer the question many people, including aspiring filmmakers, what exactly does it take to receive a best picture nomination and win?
The 88th Academy Awards will be here in less than two weeks so rather than bore you with odds on which films of 2016 will most likely win, we thought we show you which films have won the most Oscars from the beginning of time.
The lack of diversity in the Academy Award race has been something that's been brought up time and time again over the decades, but nothing ever gets resolved. Back in 2001, the Academy congratulated it profusely for having Halle Berry win for "Monster's Ball" and Sydney Poitier received a special award
Chris Brown was able to avoid another legal issue, Iggy Azalea is now taking on Talib Kweli over a Macklemore song and Chris Rock's 'people' claim the comic isn't changing his Oscar monologue after the boycott issue arose.
Intense films took the most 2016 Academy Award nominations this morning as "The Revenant" and George Miller's "Mad Max: Fury Road" took the most Oscar slots. "Revenant" director Alejandro Inarritu is following up his 2015 Oscar win with another nomination
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