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  • Woody Allen has received the most writing nominations at 15. He took home the statue three times for ANNIE HALL, HANNAH AND HER SISTERS, and MIDNIGHT IN PARIS. Allen also won a best directing Oscar for Annie Hall. Read More
  • See the complete list of winners from the 84th Academy Awards. Read More
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones’ first nomination resulted in her winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in CHICAGO. Read More
  • Oscar audiences and Academy Award-winning presenter Shelley Winters were startled when a strange man ran on stage and took over the mic. Read More
  • Billy Crystal welcomes the attendees to the 62nd Academy Awards, his first stint as Oscar host. The 84th Academy Awards Show marked his ninth time as Oscar host. Read More
  • Did You Know - Well Said
    • By Oscar Insider
    THE KING’S SPEECH, a historical drama about King George VI and his speech therapist, garnered four Academy Awards, including the directing Oscar for Tom Hooper and the Original Screenplay Oscar for David Seidler, who also suffered from a speech impediment in his younger years. Read More
  • Did You Know - Julie Andrews
    • By Oscar Insider
    Relative unknown Julie Andrews lost the lead role in MY FAIR LADY to movie star Audrey Hepburn, even though Andrews originated the part on Broadway. Read More