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'Birdman's' best picture win at Oscars may give film a box-office boost
"Birdman" may have scored the top awards at the Oscars, but it has hardly soared at the box office.
'Birdman' director Alejandro G. Inarritu plunges into new risks
Filmmakers coming off a big Oscar win tend to take a year or more to sift through their options. Ang Lee, who won the director Oscar in 2013, still hasn't started shooting his next film.
Oscars 2015: Diversity onstage stands in stark contrast to nominees
When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the Oscar nominations in January, the absence of any minority group nominees in the acting categories — for only the second time since 1998 — triggered a backlash of criticism and threats of protest.
Oscars 2015: 'Boyhood' undone by its outsized Oscar campaign
Ask awards consultants the two words they fear the most, and they'll tell you in a heartbeat: Oscar front-runner.
Oscars 2015: Lady Gaga provides show's biggest Twitter, Facebook moment
And the Oscar goes to ... social media! (Kind of.)
Oscars 2015: Patricia Arquette stirs controversy with equal-pay remarks
In accepting the Oscar for supporting actress on Sunday, "Boyhood" star Patricia Arquette wound down with:
Oscars 2015: 'Birdman' gets high honors, low grosses for a best picture
Director Alejandro G. Inarritu and his film "Birdman" went home with the major Oscars, but compared to previous best-picture winners, the movie hasn't taken in much gold at the box office.
Oscars 2015: 'CitizenFour' makers keep the focus on Edward Snowden
“CitizenFour” producers Mathilde Bonnefoy and Dirk Wilutzky and director Laura Poitras called for only serious questions in the pressroom after winning the Oscar for documentary feature, refusing to answer a question about how they would celebrate the night.
Oscars 2015: 'The Phone Call' filmmakers now await producers' calls
It wasn’t a big surprise that “The Phone Call” snagged the Oscar for live-action short. The film stars Oscar nominee Sally Hawkins (supporting actress for 2013's "Blue Jasmine") as a shy telephone help-line volunteer who receives a life-changing phone call from a mystery man...
Oscars 2015: 'Glory,' Gaga and everything musical in between
On Sunday night, "Glory" came — and it conquered.

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