The "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" Oscar winner doubled down on inclusion riders at the annual Women in Film gala.
Did you see the Oscar winner wearing that crazy headpiece? Well, now see her dancing in it. And not just dancing — getting down.
Although Frances McDormand got her Oscar back within hours, other stolen Oscars have not been found as quickly. Some were gone for years, and some have never returned.
It sounds like a movie plot: A Hollywood star’s Oscar goes missing the night that she wins it, and police finger a man who claims to be an industry insider.
His social media feed shows a red-carpet regular with a long history of gripping winners' statues.
The rider was created in 2016 by attorney Kalpana Kotogal along with Stacy Smith from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative. Together — with a little bump from McDormand — they may have changed the future of Hollywood.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirms to Yahoo that the alleged suspect, Terry Bryant, was in custody as of Monday morning.
Turns out people on Twitter had something to say about almost everything that happened at the 90th Academy Awards, from Kobe Bryant and Gary Oldman winning to Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph presenting.
The 90th Academy Awards played out Sunday night with the usual mix of spectacle, stardom, and suspense (like, would Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway get the right Best Picture envelope this year?). But with a ceremony approaching four hours, there were bound to be some misfires along the way. Here are the highs and lows from Hollywood's biggest night.
The stars and director offer different theories about the will-they-or-won't-they moment that will have everybody talking.
Frances McDormand's trip to the dentist takes a bad turn in the revenge drama that should figure in the Oscar race.
Acting ensemble shines in this kaleidoscope of a movie in which the emotions and alliances keep shifting.