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This Week in Oscars: Jake Gyllenhaal's Oscar "Hopes" (πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚)


Southpaw wasn’t a massive box office success, but it’s tidy $16.5mil profit was enough to please the Weinstein Company, especially against a $25mil budget. What probably pleased the Weinsteins more was the approximately 16.5 million Jake Gyllenhaal career celebrations that preceded the release of Southpaw and his performance as the dreadfully-named, Billy “You Have To Be Kidding Me, His Last Name Is” Hope. 470 more words

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This Week In Oscars: Well That's A Pretty Safe Bet

Contrary to popular belief, “Oscar Season” is not just Labor Day to Christmas. Eligibility is year-round, and so we cannot escape it!


Despite being bested at the box office by… 517 more words

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Oscars – Best Picture Winner #12

BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNERS
#12 – Gone With The Wind (1939)

The first colour film Oscar winner! Here is an epic classic.

This LONG movie is about Scarlet. 368 more words

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Oscars – Best Picture Winner #11

BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNERS
#11 – You Can’t Take It With You (1938)

A son of a wealthy banker wants to marry his secretary who has a weird family. 156 more words

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Oscars - Best Picture Winner #10

BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNERS
#10 – The Life of Emile Zola (1937)

This film follows the famous Parisian writer, Emile Zola, from starving artist to epic political activist. 124 more words

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Oscars - Best Picture Winner #9

BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNERS
#9 – The Great Ziegfield (1936)

This movie follows the life of an aspiring producer of shows as he moves from circus act promoter to producer of epic and amazing Broadway shows, until his death. 236 more words

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Oscars - Best Picture Winner #8

BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNERS
#8 – Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)

Based on reality people! Based on reality!

Captain Bligh (Charles Laughton) plays the stereotypical British manipulative controlling, “this is how this is done”, “my way or the highway”, elitist tyrant (example Cersei Lannister) and Fletcher Christian ( 230 more words

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