1. Oscar’s Golden Age | GQ Deutschland
Warren Beatty and Natalie Wood (1962)

    Oscar’s Golden Age | GQ Deutschland

    Warren Beatty and Natalie Wood (1962)

  2. Oscars 2012: Backstage as the Show Comes to Life | THR 
"For camera rehearsals, placards mark where the nominees and presenters sit. Meryl Streep is nominated for best actress for The Iron Lady. While she holds the record for most acting Academy Award nominations with 17, she has only won twice, the most recent time being in 1982 for Sophie’s Choice.”

    Oscars 2012: Backstage as the Show Comes to Life | THR

    "For camera rehearsals, placards mark where the nominees and presenters sit. Meryl Streep is nominated for best actress for The Iron Lady. While she holds the record for most acting Academy Award nominations with 17, she has only won twice, the most recent time being in 1982 for Sophie’s Choice.”

  3. Grammy Infographics. NY Mag created 10 infographics for the nominees of Best Album and Best Record categories.

  4. Meryl Streep: Kissing Bandit. Check out Meryl’s “best red carpet make-outs.” Who will she strike next? [vulture]

    Meryl Streep: Kissing Bandit. Check out Meryl’s “best red carpet make-outs.” Who will she strike next? [vulture]

  5. Jeffrey Eugenides, author of The Virgin Suicides, chooses The Tree of Life for Best Picture. Check out the rest of his Oscar picks (here) and see how drastically different they are from American Idol judge, Randy Jackson’s selections (here).

    Jeffrey Eugenides, author of The Virgin Suicides, chooses The Tree of Life for Best Picture. Check out the rest of his Oscar picks (here) and see how drastically different they are from American Idol judge, Randy Jackson’s selections (here).