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2018 Oscars

In The Lonely Island’s Latest, Thor, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Pennywise Ask The Academy: “Why Not Me?”

The Lonely Island wrote a song for the 90th Academy Awards which defends the Oscar-worthiness of Thor: Ragnarok, Wonder Woman, Girls Trip, and It. While it was deemed too "financially and logistically impossible" to perform, they've shared the demo with us.

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The Movie Where a Woman Falls in Love with a Fish Man Is an Intersectional Triumph as a Best Picture Winner

Let me preface this by saying that yes, I loved 'Get Out' and I did root for it to win—however, we would be remiss to not recognize what an important win 'The Shape of Water' is.

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What Was Your Favorite Performance From Last Night’s Oscars?

"Remember Me" from Coco took home the Oscar for Best Original Song, but all the performances were absolutely jaw-dropping.

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Okay, but Did You See Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph Be the Best Presenters at the Oscars, Tho?

This was an evening of a lot of really powerful political statements and inspiring, life-affirming speeches. But when Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph took to the stage to present the awards for Best Documentary Short (Heaven is a Traffic Jam on the 405) and Best Live-Action Short (The Silent Child) they managed to turn their social justice commentary into the most hilarious moment of the evening. Check it out after the jump!

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Frances McDormand Delivers the Most Giddy and Inspiring Acceptance Speech of Oscars 90

Frances McDormand was gonna damn near hyperventilate she was so thrilled to win the Best Actress Oscar this year for her role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. But she demanded that if she fell over, that the crowd should pick her up, because she had things to say. Holy hell, did she! Check out her speech after the jump.

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The FULL LIST of Oscar Winners From the 90th Academy Awards and the Inevitable Disappointments

Well, another awards season bites the dust. The 90th Academy Awards show happened last night, and this year's batch of Oscar statuettes now sit in the homes of their respective recipients. Here is the full list of winners, and while overall the evening was hugely inspiring for many reasons, there were some disappointments that I think are worth addressing.

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When an Immigrant, a Black Man, and a Woman are Nominated for Best Director, Everyone Wins

Well, not really, but still...

Guillermo del Toro won the Academy Award for Best Director for his film, The Shape of Water, which also won Best Picture. it is a gorgeous and unique fairy tale. While I totally enjoyed that movie, I was pulling for someone else in the director's race specifically. Still, I'm trying to remember the fact that this unique crop of nominees is pretty astounding in the first place.

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Jordan Peele Won Best Original Screenplay for Get Out and All Is Right With the World

Jordan Peele is only the third person in history to ever be nominated for Best Original Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Picture in the same evening. Well, he's now one-third of the way to that unique triple-crown.

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Oscars 90 a Big Night for Latinx, the LGBTQ Community, and the Places Where They Intersect

It isn't only gender bias that's getting a well-deserved spotlight at tonight's Oscars. The Latinx community has a lot to be proud of tonight, as does the queer community...not to mention a historic moment for Latinx trans women.

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Jimmy Kimmel’s Opening Oscars Monologue Dives Head-First Into Politics and Is More Awesome for It

People often think that being "too political" will make things uncomfortable. But this is the 90th Academy Awards. It's already a historic night. What better place to celebrate so many women and people of color making history. Not to mention a historic culture shift in entertainment. Check out host Jimmy Kimmel's opening monologue after the jump.

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Why Some Celebrities Are Wearing Orange Flag Pins on the Oscars Red Carpet

According to a number of stylists who spoke to PEOPLE, some stars on the Oscars red carpet will be wearing Wear Orange to Prevent Gun Violence pins to support Everytown for Gun Safety, a grassroots gun control advocacy group.

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Jennifer Lawrence and Jodie Foster Will Present the Best Actress Oscar Instead of Casey Affleck

Jennifer Lawrence and Jodie Foster will present the award for Best Actress at this year's Oscars, taking over a responsibility that tradition would have given to accused sexual harasser Casey Affleck.

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The Oscars Remember that Native Americans Exist. Here’s Hoping the Rest of the Country Catches On.

The Oscars are this Sunday, and what with expected responses to #OscarsSoWhite, #OscarsSoMale, and #TimesUp/#MeToo, this year's Oscars are sure to be...interesting. One of the things the show has done right is ensure that this year's award presenters are a gender balanced and diverse group of industry professionals. Actor Wes Studi is thrilled to be a part of it. Finally.

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Jimmy Kimmel Doesn’t Want to Talk About the “Me Too” Movement at the Oscars, But His Justification is Lacking

Jimmy Kimmel isn't the right person to tackle Me Too movement issues at the Oscars, but that's not a good enough reason to ignore them.

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The Last Jedi Characters Mock Oscar Nominees In Hilarious “How It Should Have Ended” Video

"But Daniel Day-Lewis makes a bunch of dresses and everyone wants to suddenly throw trophies."

The Oscars are almost upon us, and you know who's grumpy about it? Luke Skywalker, Rey, and Kylo Ren. The only movie they really liked was Get Out. (Force-users—they're just like us!)

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So Who’s Performing at the Oscars This Year?

Gael García Bernal, Sufjan Stevens, Mary J. Blige, Common, and Keala Settle are among the performers.

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Would Jordan Peele Actually Make a Sequel to Get Out?

Jordan Peele has been riding high with his Oscar nominations for Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Picture this year. But even as he goes on to work on other projects, it seems as if he might not be ready to leave the Sunken Place entirely behind just yet.

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Things We Saw Today: Now You Can Take an Online Version of That Get Out-Inspired College Seminar

Does the idea of a college course on Jordan Peele's Get Out, titled "Sunken Place: Racism, Survival, and Black Horror Aesthetic," have your nerd juices flowing? Then we have some good news.

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Casey Affleck Makes Smartest Decision of His Life, Withdraws From Attending the Oscars

As last year's Best Actor winner at the Oscars, Casey Affleck was up to present the award to this year's Best Actress, which rightfully had many people concerned in this moment of #MeToo. Thankfully, Affleck had the good sense to withdraw from the ceremony entirely.

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Gal Gadot’s Response to the Wonder Woman Oscar Snub Only Makes Us Love Her More

Give this woman an award. Any award. We need to reward her.

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