The best and brightest in Hollywood came together at the Dolby Theater in L.A. Sunday night for the 2015 Academy Awards, a tradition unlike any other.

No other event rivets so many millions of TV viewers who haven't actually seen 80-100 percent of the works up for the highest honors in film. It's remarkable.

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Step aside, Vinny Chase - there's a new Aquaman in town!

Okay, we'd like to apologize for that horribly dated Entourage reference. Let us make it up to you with this badass first photo of Jason Momoa as the man who can talk to fish:

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We're still about ten months away from the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but of course, fan theories and potential spoilers abound on the Internet.

We've already heard supposed "insider info" about the identity of the villain in Episode VII and even a full run down of the film's major plot points, but none of the spoilers have been confirmed and official information from JJ Abrams and company remains scant.

The long-anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey movie finally opens this weekend, and though we doubt any critic alive could deter fans of the book from flocking to their local theaters, there's still been intense interest in the film's reviews.

So far, the response has been decidedly...meh. The film currently holds a 38% rating on aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, indicating that the majority of critics think you're better off saving your $10.50.

In news sending shock waves through the movie and comic book universe, Sony and Marvel have struck a deal to bring the webbed wonder into the latter's film franchise.

That's right, Spider-Man is coming back! Again!

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Well, this is unexpected.

In case you're somehow unaware, the new Clint Eastwood-Bradley Cooper film American Sniper is a massive hit with audiences, but its also drawn a good deal of criticism, in part because large portions of Chris Kyle's memoirs - on which the film was based - are believed to be fabricated.

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