Michael Keaton: Caught Hiding Oscar Speech After Loss?
Last week, when we offered up our predictions for the 2015 Oscars, we stated that Eddie Redmayne had become a favorite for the Best Actor prize after big wins at the BAFTAs and the Golden Globes.
That said, Michael Keaton was considered a lock throughout much of awards season, and many (including us) still believed that the beloved 63-year-old actor would walk away with the first Oscar of his career.
2015 Oscar Predictions: Who Will Go Home With the Gold?
This Sunday, Hollywood will gather at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to perform the impressive feat of kissing its own ass without suffering some sort of severe spinal injury.
Yes, it's Academy Awards time - the one magical night on which millions of Americans tune in to find out if that one movie they actually saw will win anything.
2015 Academy Awards: Who Should Win Best Actor?
We've asked about Best Actress nominees.
2015 Oscar Nominees: What Were Their First Roles?
Last week, the 2015 Oscar nominees were revealed, and the list was not without some surprises.
Granted, the biggest news is that the pack of contenders is whiter than Romney family reunion in a blizzard, but even once that shock subsides (It probably never will.) you may find yourself doing a double take at some of this year's nominees.
Sean Douglas: Michael Keaton's Son Goes Viral!
One of the highlights of the 2015 Golden Globes was Michael Keaton's emotional acceptance speech following his win for Best Actor, Musical or Comedy.
Michael Keaton Shades Ben Affleck: These Days Playing Batman Ain't Hard!
Every generation has its own conception of who Batman really is. Yes, we know he's Bruce Wayne; we're talking actors here:
For some it will always be a growling Christian Bale.
67 Celebrities Whose Real Names Will Shock You
What's in a name? As it turns out, maybe everything.
Since Shakespeare first posited the question in Romeo and Juliet, actors have been using fake names to land professional roles. Not only did it allow them some semblance of privacy before the dawn of Wikipedia, but let's face it, some people just aren't born with great names.