1. AMA Noms: Music Of America. [grantland]

    AMA Noms: Music Of America. [grantland]

  2. Does MTV even know what gut-wrenching means? Here’s a hint: Not Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible: B4ring. 
(2012 MTV Movie Awards Nominees)

    Does MTV even know what gut-wrenching means? Here’s a hint: Not Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible: B4ring

    (2012 MTV Movie Awards Nominees)

  3. The Best Picture Nominees, As Infographics | Vulture
Tree of Life

    The Best Picture Nominees, As Infographics | Vulture

    Tree of Life

  4. Oscar Nominees - Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Jonah Hill in Moneyball.**

**One of my favorite films of 2011. [original image]

    Oscar Nominees - Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Jonah Hill in Moneyball.**

    **One of my favorite films of 2011. [original image]

  5. Who got nominated? Looking back on Newsweek’s Oscar Roundtable shows just how well it reflected the pool of nominees. Chances are, if the actor (or director - see 2006) is profiled by the magazine, he/she is pretty likely to make the short list at the Oscars.

2011 - 6 out of 6Nicole Kidman (Nominated), James Franco (Nominated), Colin Firth (Winner), Natalie Portman (Winner), Annette Bening (Nominated), Michelle Williams (Nominated)
2010 - 6 out of 6 Morgan Freeman (Nominated), Sandra Bullock (Winner), Jeff Bridges (Winner), Woody Harrelson (Nominated), Gabourey Sidibe (Nominated), Carey Mulligan (Nominated)
2009 - 5 out of 6Brad Pitt (Nominated), Robert Downey Jr (Nominated), Anne Hathaway (Nominated), Frank Langella (Nominated), Sally Hawkins, Mickey Rourke (Nominated) 
2008 - 4 out of 6 - Weakest year, get your sh*t together, Carol!Daniel Day-Lewis (Winner), George Clooney (Nominated), James McAvoy, Angelina Jolie, Ellen Page (Nominated), Marion Cotillard (Winner) 
2007 - 5 out of 6Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett (Nominated), Forest Whitaker (Winner), Helen Mirren (Winner), Penelope Cruz (Nominated), Leonardo DiCaprio (Nominated)
2006 - 5 out 5 for the same category (Best Director)George Clooney (Nominated), Ang Lee (Winner), Paul Haggis (Nominated), Steven Spielberg (Nominated), Bennett Miller (Nominated)
2005 - 5 out of 6Paul Giamatti, Annette Bening (Nominated), Hilary Swank (Winner), Jamie Foxx (Winner), Kate Winslet (Nominated), Leonardo DiCaprio (Nominated)

    Who got nominated? Looking back on Newsweek’s Oscar Roundtable shows just how well it reflected the pool of nominees. Chances are, if the actor (or director - see 2006) is profiled by the magazine, he/she is pretty likely to make the short list at the Oscars.

    2011 - 6 out of 6
    Nicole Kidman (Nominated), James Franco (Nominated), Colin Firth (Winner), Natalie Portman (Winner), Annette Bening (Nominated), Michelle Williams (Nominated)

    2010 - 6 out of 6
    Morgan Freeman (Nominated), Sandra Bullock (Winner), Jeff Bridges (Winner), Woody Harrelson (Nominated), Gabourey Sidibe (Nominated), Carey Mulligan (Nominated)

    2009 - 5 out of 6
    Brad Pitt (Nominated), Robert Downey Jr (Nominated), Anne Hathaway (Nominated), Frank Langella (Nominated), Sally Hawkins, Mickey Rourke (Nominated) 

    2008 - 4 out of 6 - Weakest year, get your sh*t together, Carol!
    Daniel Day-Lewis (Winner), George Clooney (Nominated), James McAvoy, Angelina Jolie, Ellen Page (Nominated), Marion Cotillard (Winner) 

    2007 - 5 out of 6
    Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett (Nominated), Forest Whitaker (Winner), Helen Mirren (Winner), Penelope Cruz (Nominated), Leonardo DiCaprio (Nominated)

    2006 - 5 out 5 for the same category (Best Director)
    George Clooney (Nominated)Ang Lee (Winner)Paul Haggis (Nominated)Steven Spielberg (Nominated)Bennett Miller (Nominated)

    2005 - 5 out of 6
    Paul Giamatti, Annette Bening (Nominated), Hilary Swank (Winner), Jamie Foxx (Winner), Kate Winslet (Nominated), Leonardo DiCaprio (Nominated)