• Oscars 2008: The Live Blog
    February 24, 8:08 PM ET
    | Peter Travers

    11:40 PM: BEST DIRECTOR: Martin Scorsese opens the envelope. Joel and Ethan Coen drag their asses to the stage. Ethan looks like he'd like to drop through the flo... | More »

  • Peter Travers Oscar Special: What Will Win Best Picture?
    February 22, 6:14 PM ET

    In the last of his Oscar prediction videos, Peter Travers contemplates what movie should win the big prize and be called "Best Picture." Will it be the epic There Will... | More »

  • Live-Blogging the Oscars
    February 22, 3:15 PM ET

    Please join me Sunday night for my live Oscar blog, starting at 8pm EST, where I'll shoot poison darts at every major category from acting to acting stupid and i... | More »

  • Peter Travers Oscar Special: Who Will Win Best Actress?
    February 22, 2:47 PM ET

    The Oscars are almost here, and Peter Travers is nearly done making his picks. Today, the Rolling Stone film critic weighs the Best Actress category. Will the Academy ... | More »

  • Oscar Week: Forgotten Categories That Should Count
    February 22, 1:04 PM ET
    | Peter Travers

    A pox on the Academy for giving The Bourne Ultimatum (see photo) no identity in the big-ticket categories. Below the star line, though, Bourne pops up three times for ... | More »

  • Peter Travers Oscar Special: Who Will Win Best Actor?
    February 21, 5:35 PM ET

    Peter Travers' Oscar picks continues today with the contest for Best Actor. Daniel Day-Lewis seems like a lock for his stunning performance in There Will Be Blood... | More »

  • Oscar Week: A Last-Minute Upset?
    February 21, 1:08 PM ET
    | Peter Travers

    It's in the air, people. As Oscar Sunday approaches, rumors are flying that No Country for Old Men is no longer a lock as Best Picture. Academy voters hate that d... | More »

  • Peter Travers Oscar Special: Who Will Win Best Supporting Actress?
    February 20, 5:13 PM ET

    We're one day closer to this Sunday's Oscars, which means Peter Travers is engaging another close race. Today, he looks at the Best Supporting Actress catego... | More »

  • Oscar Week: The Indie Awards
    February 20, 1:57 PM ET
    | Peter Travers

    If the Oscars are making you nuts with their Hollywood bias — though there's less glitz among this year's nominees than ever — you can detox with the Ind... | More »

  • Peter Travers Oscar Special: Who Will Win Best Supporting Actor?
    February 19, 4:23 PM ET

    All this week, Peter Travers will be discussing this year's biggest Oscar races, making his picks and probably starting some arguments along the way. First up is ... | More »

  • Oscar Week: DVDs
    February 19, 12:57 PM ET
    | Peter Travers

    Today's DVD releases feature three major Academy Award contenders. Don't make any bets or stupid guesses about who'll win this Sunday before checking th... | More »

  • Oscar Week: Box-Office
    February 18, 11:13 AM ET
    | Peter Travers

    Before Daniel Day Lewis wins his Oscar on Sunday for There Will Be Blood — he's as close to a lock as anyone in the race — he'll have to drink up a sour ... | More »

  • Razzing the Year's Worst Movies
    February 15, 11:47 AM ET
    | Peter Travers

    Welcome to the Razzies, an organization founded in 1980 by John Wilson to mete out punishment to the movies that punished us. On Feb. 23rd, the day before the Oscars, ... | More »

  • Video Review: "Diary of the Dead" and "Jumper"
    February 14, 4:54 PM ET

    This week's video review takes a look at the sci-fi action thriller Jumper and George Romero's latest socially-conscious zombie flick Diary of the Dead. Clic... | More »


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