theacademy John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, and Carrie Fisher during production of "The Blues Brothers" (1980). This image was actually used in the film. Do you know in what context it was utilized? 2h

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theacademy Tag who you would let pick the movie. 4h

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theacademy Sandra Oh, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia Madsen, and Paul Giamatti in a picnic scene from "Sideways" (2004). The film, set in the California's central coast, was directed by Alexander Payne. Payne and co-writer Jim Taylor won Oscars for Writing, Adapted Screenplay for the film. 23h

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theacademy Designs and color samples for a few of the uniforms for the Billy Dee Williams / Richard Pryor film "Bingo Long and the Traveling All-Stars" (1975) by Bernard Johnson. Johnson was a dancer, choreographer, fashion and costume designer from New York City. He danced on and Off Broadway. He taught jazz dance in Moscow in 1992, and was a professor of dance and costume design at UC Irvine. His design credits for Broadway shows included "Waltz of the Stork,'' ''Eubie,'' ''Guys and Dolls,'' ''Bubbling Brown Sugar'' and ''Raisin." While designs for film included "New Jack City" (1991), "Beat Street" (1984), and "Hanky Panky" (1982). 1d

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theacademy Here's a "Star Wars" trailer you haven't seen unless you were in a British theatre in 1982. Go to http://osca.rs/revengeofthe or click the link in our profile. 1d

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theacademy On Oscar night in 2001, Bob Dylan was on tour in Australia and could not attend the ceremony. But that was ok, he appeared via satellite, alongside his band, to perform his nominated song "Things Have Changed" that appeared in "Wonder Boys". And later that is how he accepted when he won. 2d

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theacademy "Marie Antoinette," which starred Kirsten Dunst and was directed by Sofia Coppola, and which earned Milena Canonero an Oscar for Costume Design, will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in October. 2d

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theacademy Gossip columnist Louella Parsons (left) and Olivia de Havilland after winning the Oscar for Best Actress for her performance in "The Heiress" (1949). 3d

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theacademy If you were to put together a double feature of spoof movies, which two would you choose? Pictured here are Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Frank Ashmore, Rossie Harris, and Peter Graves in a scene from "Airplane" (1980). 3d

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theacademy Stop Motion Costume Designer Deborah Cook ("The Boxtrolls", "ParaNorman", "Coraline") takes viewers inside her creative process of making outfits for inanimate objects that are then animated. To see the whole video go to http://osca.rs/deborahcook or click the link in our bio. 3d

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theacademy What movie gives you all the feels?

Is it a romantic comedy?
Is it a family drama?
Is it a classic film?
Or, is it a movie you're working on right now
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  •   instamensah A lot but recently the movie which gave me all the feels is Boyhood. As a huge nostalgic, I dreaded this year due to my impending 25th birthday this August and I used to reminisce a lot, looking back at "the good times". Then, I heard about Boyhood. And honestly speaking, over the nearly 3-hour time of the film, I relived everything like in the movie, from the early childhood, the angsty, uncertain but fun-filled teens to my high school days, my depression then my departure for college in Paris four years ago...The scene where Mason leaves for college got me because my dad reacted like Olivia when I left, to see his youngest child take off was harrowing for him. And the 3d
  •   instamensah ...entire feeling I had after watching it 3d
  •   instamensah ...it was haunting, very strange. I felt like I saw myself growing by watching it and even though I bawled like a child by watching Boyhood, it helped me to realize that the clock that ticks life away and makes us get older is terrifying and unstoppable but it brings peace and power. It helped me to realize how far I came, how happy I am with my situation right now and that things are the way they are thanks to our past. Boyhood was more than a movie, it was a MOMENT FOR LIFE! @boyhoodmovie 3d
  •   _dahliamonroewright The Danish girl, W./E. Room, straight outta Compton, Carol and Brooklyn these movies gave me life 2d

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theacademy Which of these movie characters would you hire to run your company? 5d

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theacademy Winners Cher, Actress in a Leading Role ("Moonstruck"), and Michael Douglas, Actor in a Leading Role ("Wall Street") backstage at the Oscars in 1988. 6d
  •   taban_sport ا 5d
  •   construtoramendes Michael Douglas and Cher 3d
  •   mohammadimeni76 مایکل داگلاس عشقه 3d
  •   jeffersonpascoalli Sorry, but @theacademy got it wrong that year. The Best Actress award belonged to Glenn Close for her monumental performance in "Fatal Attraction". Still, the Academy needs to give Glenn an Oscar. Justice for Glenn! 1d

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theacademy Throughout the year filmmakers stop by the Academy to talk about their current films. We tape them and put them on YouTube, among other places. Currently we have over 300 Academy Conversations. You can see them all at our YouTube channel (YouTube.com/Oscars) or you can go right to the playlist by going to http://osca.rs/aconversations 6d

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theacademy The Weeknd performing "Earned It" at this year's Oscars. 7d

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theacademy "Captain Phillips", screenplay by Billy Ray, from the book "A Captain's Duty" by Richard Phillips 1w

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theacademy Buster Keaton loved baseball so much that he often asked potential cast members two question: can you act and can you play baseball? During lunch, Keaton would often organize baseball games and many in the crew would join him. It became such a thing that Louis B. Mayer threatened to put a "no baseball" clause in Keaton's contract. But that didn't stop the innovative actor/writer/director from hiring ball players. Sam Crawford plays a baseball coach in "College". Mike Donlin appears as a Union general in "The General" and Jim Thorpe plays as a ballplayer in "One Run Elmer". Read more about Buster's love for baseball at SABR: http://osca.rs/busterbase 1w

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theacademy "Crazy, Stupid, Love", screenplay by Dan Fogelman 1w

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