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Today, we’re looking at Best Director Nominees that are up for the Oscar – and this is one that we believe will also be the best Feature too. Let us know your thoughts by posting here on our blog.
Today, we’re looking at Best Actor and Best Actress roles that are up for the Oscar – and this is a hot race for the Oscars this year.
Today, we’re looking at Best Actor in a Supporting Role and Best Actress in a Supporting Role that are up for the Oscar... Kristyn believes these Oscars are already handed out - what do you think?
Today, we're looking at Best Song and Best Original Score that are up for the Oscar - and the controversy that is being talked about this year as it relates to each category and or film. Let us know your thoughts by posting here on our blog.
Today, we're looking at best costume design and makeup nominees that are up for the Oscar - one important aspect of creating the illusion of the silver screen magic - period costume design. Let us know your thoughts by posting here on our blog.
In this series of blog posts, we'll be sharing the observations of our Entertainment Reporter, Kristyn Burtt, with you between now and the Oscars. We'll be covering the Oscars from set up to day of at the Kodak Theatre and will be on the red carpet talking to celebrities on the day of the event as well.
Mingle Media TV Network and our host, Kristyn Burtt, were invited to cover the Oscars Nomination announcement today (bright and early) at the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President Tom Sherak and Oscar-nominated actress Jennifer Lawrence.
We're so excited that Mingle Media TV Network got to be on the Red Carpet at this year's Oscars. It was an amazing experience and one that we have been sharing with you this past week.
If you want to ask a specific question on Twitter to one of the above co-hosts then tweet your questions using the celebrity name with hash tags #ask #Oscars.
It was on March 19, 1953 that the Academy Awards was first televised with Bob Hope as a master of ceremonies and was broadcast on NBC-TV and radio network.
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