'Toy Story 3' wins Oscar for animated feature
"Toy Story 3" won the Oscar for animated feature on Sunday, becoming the fourth Pixar release to win the category in as many years.
Hollywood's A-list lights up Oscar red carpet
Hollywood's top stars began their annual parade up the red carpet and into the world's top film honors, the Oscars, on Sunday where "The King's Speech" and "the Social Network" will vie for best picture.
Celebs arrive at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood
Celebs arrive at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.
Foreign films navigate rough waters to reach Oscars
Acclaimed Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez-Inarritu knew he was in a bad way when the film critics who loved his drama "Biutiful" kept calling it bleak, dark and depressing.
Oscar producers say show comes with youthful edge
Oscar's producers hope to reconnect movie fans with Hollywood history as well as use technology and imagery to engage younger fans of the future.
Celebs at the Women in Film pre-Oscar cocktail party
Actress Brenda Song poses at the Women in Film pre-Oscar cocktail party honoring the 2011 Female Oscar nominees in Los Angeles, California February 25, 2011.
'Hall Pass' on track to win weekend box office
The Farrelly brothers' R-rated comedy "Hall Pass" is on track to win the weekend box office race.
'The Bodyguard' remake updated to Internet era
The 1992 hit movie "The Bodyguard" is to be remade and updated to the world of celebrity stalkers in the Internet era.
Oscars to continue on ABC TV through 2020
ABC television will broadcast the annual Oscar ceremony until 2020, extending its current agreement by six years, the TV network and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said on Thursday.
Hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway talk Oscars
They are about to host the Academy Awards for the first time, but James Franco and Anne Hathaway don't look nervous.
Ricky Gervais offers Oscar hosts 'a little opening'
Controversial Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais has no plans to attend the Oscars, but he has written a snarky opening monologue for Anne Hathaway and James Franco.
Tweeting moms, Web cams. Oscar gets geeky
When Oscar organizers unveiled their promotional campaign, "You're Invited," they weren't kidding -- at least where Web audiences are concerned.