Entertainment, movies

Oscars 2017: Andy Cohen recaps the Moonlight/La La Land mishap

Andy Cohen Live airs Mondays at 10 am ET on Radio Andy (Ch. 102).

Entertainment, movies

Oscars 2017: Andy Cohen recaps the Moonlight/La La Land mishap

Andy Cohen Live airs Mondays at 10 am ET on Radio Andy (Ch. 102).

Music

Pearl Jam at the Movies: Counting down the band’s biggest contributions to film soundtracks

Pearl Jam At The Movies premieres Thursday 2/23 at Noon ET!

Music

Pearl Jam at the Movies: Counting down the band’s biggest contributions to film soundtracks

Pearl Jam At The Movies premieres Thursday 2/23 at Noon ET!

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Stacey Dash wants to run for president in 2020, explains that awkward Oscars moment

Another celebrity just pulled a Kanye West. Stacey Dash threw her hat into the ring for the 2020 presidential race Monday on Dirty, Sexy, Funny with Jenny McCarthy. (Here’s hoping it’s Dionne’s iconic Clueless topper.) “Is there a chance of … Continued

Books, Entertainment, movies, News and Issues, Politics, Pop Culture, TV

Stacey Dash wants to run for president in 2020, explains that awkward Oscars moment

Another celebrity just pulled a Kanye West. Stacey Dash threw her hat into the ring for the 2020 presidential race Monday on Dirty, Sexy, Funny with Jenny McCarthy. (Here’s hoping it’s Dionne’s iconic Clueless topper.) “Is there a chance of … Continued

Entertainment, movies

Academy Award producer Adam Shankman explains the problem with the Oscars

The Academy Awards are the most glamorous and prestigious awards show in Hollywood — and, lately, the most controversial. From the #OscarsSoWhite movement to dropping ratings, the ceremony faces challenges beyond honoring the best movies of the year. Director, choreographer and author … Continued

Entertainment, movies

Academy Award producer Adam Shankman explains the problem with the Oscars

The Academy Awards are the most glamorous and prestigious awards show in Hollywood — and, lately, the most controversial. From the #OscarsSoWhite movement to dropping ratings, the ceremony faces challenges beyond honoring the best movies of the year. Director, choreographer and author … Continued

Entertainment

5 bold Oscars predictions from LA Daily hosts Kyle Anderson & Julia Cunningham

The awards themselves will be relatively anti-climatic—hope you’ve got a supply of gold polish handy, Leonardo DiCaprio!—but this Sunday’s 88th annual Academy Awards promises to be an unpredictable television show thanks to a handful of elements that have little to … Continued

Entertainment

5 bold Oscars predictions from LA Daily hosts Kyle Anderson & Julia Cunningham

The awards themselves will be relatively anti-climatic—hope you’ve got a supply of gold polish handy, Leonardo DiCaprio!—but this Sunday’s 88th annual Academy Awards promises to be an unpredictable television show thanks to a handful of elements that have little to … Continued

Classical, Jazz/Standards, Music, Pop

Oscars Playlist: 2016 nominees + past winners and nominees

Everyone knows that the Oscars are about the movies, but just as important as the acting and the directing is the music that ties it all together and sets the scene. With only a few days to go until the … Continued

Classical, Jazz/Standards, Music, Pop

Oscars Playlist: 2016 nominees + past winners and nominees

Everyone knows that the Oscars are about the movies, but just as important as the acting and the directing is the music that ties it all together and sets the scene. With only a few days to go until the … Continued

Entertainment

Entertainment Weekly Radio is your BFF for Oscars 2015

The 2015 awards season hits its peak this Sunday with the 87th Academy Awards, airing at 7 pm ET. Entertainment Weekly Radio has you covered for the big event, starting with previews, continuing with live coverage and wrapping up with analysis (and … Continued

Entertainment

Entertainment Weekly Radio is your BFF for Oscars 2015

The 2015 awards season hits its peak this Sunday with the 87th Academy Awards, airing at 7 pm ET. Entertainment Weekly Radio has you covered for the big event, starting with previews, continuing with live coverage and wrapping up with analysis (and … Continued

Entertainment, howard stern, movies

Howard really wants Steve Carell to win Oscar for Best Actor

King of all Media. America’s Judge. Lord of Fart Manor (yup). Steve Carell’s Academy Award campaign manager. That last one is a new title for Howard, but it is one he is taking pretty seriously. The odds of Carell winning … Continued

Entertainment, howard stern, movies

Howard really wants Steve Carell to win Oscar for Best Actor

King of all Media. America’s Judge. Lord of Fart Manor (yup). Steve Carell’s Academy Award campaign manager. That last one is a new title for Howard, but it is one he is taking pretty seriously. The odds of Carell winning … Continued

Entertainment, howard stern, movies

J.K. Simmons talks Whiplash Oscar buzz on Howard Stern Show

With cinematic gems like Boyhood and Birdman and historical snapshots like The Imitation Game and Selma in the mix, the 2015 Academy Awards are anybody’s game. Well, maybe except for the category of Best Actor in a Supporting Role. Entertainment Weekly’s … Continued

Entertainment, howard stern, movies

J.K. Simmons talks Whiplash Oscar buzz on Howard Stern Show

With cinematic gems like Boyhood and Birdman and historical snapshots like The Imitation Game and Selma in the mix, the 2015 Academy Awards are anybody’s game. Well, maybe except for the category of Best Actor in a Supporting Role. Entertainment Weekly’s … Continued

movies, News and Issues

Oscars 2015: ‘Is that how Hollywood sees black women?’

Welcome to the whitest Oscars since 1998. Among some of the biggest snubs by the Academy this year is Ava DuVernay, the director of Martin Luther King, Jr. biopic Selma. Karen Hunter on Urban View listed off past notable Oscar-winning roles played by black actresses: … Continued

movies, News and Issues

Oscars 2015: ‘Is that how Hollywood sees black women?’

Welcome to the whitest Oscars since 1998. Among some of the biggest snubs by the Academy this year is Ava DuVernay, the director of Martin Luther King, Jr. biopic Selma. Karen Hunter on Urban View listed off past notable Oscar-winning roles played by black actresses: … Continued

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