Last night was what they call Hollywood’s Biggest Night! The night when all the stars come down from the heavens to wear gowns and tuxes and win awards — or go home empty-handed. That’s right: it was time for the Oscars, and by most accounts, the show went well — especially when compared to last year.
We have the complete list of Oscar winners waiting for you below in the latest /Film newsletter. And that’s not all! We have plenty of news, features, exclusives, and reviews to keep you busy for the rest of the day. So let’s get cracking.
Have You Heard the News?
Here’s the complete list of last night’s Oscar winners.
Everything Everywhere All At Once is the biggest Oscar winner…maybe ever?
We all knew jokes about “the slap” were going to happen at the Oscars, but host Jimmy Kimmel really went overboard.
Everything Everywhere All At Once dominated the Oscars – what about the other films?
FX released a sizzle reel featuring first looks at Justified: City Primeval, the new season of The Bear, and more.
Check out the trailer for the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.
Here’s our review of the season finale of The Last of Us.
Put your spoiler hat on and check out our spoiler review of Scream 6.
And now here are some reviews straight out of SXSW!
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves Review: Game Night Directors Roll A 20 With Hilarious Adventure [SXSW 2023]
I'm A Virgo Review: Boots Riley Delivers Another Surrealist, Anti-Capitalist Rollercoaster Ride [SXSW 2023]
Flamin' Hot Review: Spicy Cheetos Get The Biopic They Don't Deserve [SXSW 2023]
Lucky Hank Review: Bob Odenkirk Undergoes A Midlife Crisis In A Series Struggling To Find Itself [SXSW 2023]
A Disturbance In The Force Review: The Star Wars Holiday Special Gets The Documentary Treatment [SXSW 2023]
Bottoms Review: Rachel Sennott And Ayo Edebiri Bring A Chaotic Sapphic Fever Dream To Life [SXSW 2023]
The Wrath Of Becky Review: A Reverse Slasher Comic Book Panel Massacre [SXSW 2023]
Features and Exclusives
The cuddly and heartfelt Oscar ceremony was nice, actually.
Jamie Lee Curtis' Oscar acceptance speech is a reminder that genre films deserve recognition, too.
Here’s an early, work-in-progress look at the Robert Rodriguez/Ben Affleck film Hypnotic.
There's one Jack Reacher book Alan Ritchson wants to adapt more than any other. [Exclusive]
Bruce Campbell explains why he prefers the original Army Of Darkness ending. [Exclusive]
Video of the Day
Here’s the Oscars performance of Naatu Naatu from RRR.
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