Every time we think we're finally settling into a pattern for Record of the Year, Grammy reverses course.
For Ennio Morricone, being hitched up to Quentin Tarantino's nostalgia-flattering métier, will be enough to ensure his first competitive Oscar.
Leonardo DiCaprio will win an Oscar because “being right” is the modus operandi of the average pundit's investment in any given year's Oscar race.
The sentiment of “How many Grammys can we give Taylor Swift?” hangs thick in the air.
In recent months, Meghan Trainor's star has waned, leaving room for a surprise victor in Best New Artist at the Grammys.
Even the least successful of this year's Oscar nominees for animated film avoids settling for mere ersatz babysitter status.
“Home Again” pivots on two narratives, one of which is promising and occasionally quite chilling.
The film's whiplash contrasts between snideness and sincerity are deeply rooted in Deadpool's psychology.
We would be remiss if we didn't point out that rumors have circulated about Son of Saul almost failing to make the Academy's shortlist.
In the style categories, Oscar voters have almost always preferred candidates who show and tell.