All eyes in the entertainment world are on Hollywood for the Academy Awards tonight. For many film lovers, the evening begins well before showtime with the Red Carpet coverage.
Instead of sitting in your sweatpants eating popcorn this February, why not get dolled up and paint the town red carpet red?
Here are Bill’s picks for the director and the film most likely to take their respective Oscar prizes.
Actors Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence filmed indoor and outdoor scenes for “Silver Linings Playbook” at the Llanerch Diner, on Township Line Road in Upper Darby.
KYW’s Bill Wine picks the likely winners of best-actor and best-supporting-actor Oscars at this Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony.
Bill Wine gives us his picks for the best actress and best supporting actress categories in the 2013 Academy Awards.
The televised Academy Awards show is Sunday evening, February 24th.
Chris reviews President Obama and Hillary Clinton’s interview on 60 minutes, LeSean McCoy’s Twitter battle with the mother of his child, and a professor from Arizona who claimed he had explosives on Independence Mall. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup, Renee Amoore about the Republican winter meeting, and gun rights activist Larry Ward.
Did she or didn’t she show too much?
KYW Movie Critic Bill Wine breaks down the winners and the losers at the Oscars.
Chris addresses the new birth control study from Quinnipiac University, the new PA tax talk about online purchases and the discussion of conventional wisdom concerning the Republican primaries. Chris also chats with Steve Cordasco for Finance Friday, Beasley Reece about the upcoming Phillies season and Nancy O’Dell of Entertainment Tonight about the Oscars this Sunday night!
Keep up with the Oscars, from the nominees to the red carpet to the podium. And the Oscar goes to…
The University of Pennsylvania has announced its spring commencement speaker. He’s the parent of a Penn student and a two-time Oscar winner.
The natural gas industry has spent months attacking the documentary “Gasland” as a deeply flawed piece of propaganda.
Once again, ten nominated titles (rather than five) are under consideration to win the most coveted of the ceremony’s golden statuettes. So which of them is most likely to be awarded the Oscar for best picture?