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WATCH: Oscar Winning 'King's Speech' Gets Remixed

Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

The video below is further proof that nothing is safe from being remixed. The creative minds behind Eclectic Method have taken the Oscar winner for B...

'The King's Speech' Wins Best Picture

Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment

King George VI triumphed and made his speech, and now, the film made the biggest speech of the night: "The King's Speech" was crowned Best Picture at ...

Best Director!

Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment

Tom Hooper took home his first Oscar Sunday night for directing 'The King's Speech.' After congratulating his fellow nominees, Hooper thanked his act...

Splits On Screen: 9 Oscar-Nominated Movies That Spotlight Marital Strife

Huffington Post | Ashley Reich | Posted 05.25.2011 | Divorce

Despite the glitz, glamor, and air kissing associated with Sunday night's Oscars, marital discord is a recurring theme among this year's nominees. Hol...

Sunday Roundup

Arianna Huffington | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Arianna Huffington

At this week's State of the Union, President Obama succeeded in shifting the tone from "You Lie!" to what HuffPost's Howard Fineman called a "'Love Train' Moment." Hollywood should take note because no sooner were this year's Oscar nominations announced than the dirty politicking began, with charges that The King's Speech is historically inaccurate and that the sympathetic stuttering monarch at its center was actually a dim-witted Nazi appeaser. It used to be that we had to wait until an election year for negative campaigning, rumor-mongering, mud-slinging, and win-at-all-cost consultants. But, now, we get to be treated to these unseemly political staples every year come Oscar time. In past years, we saw similar mud being slung at A Beautiful Mind, and The Queen. What's next, rumors that Woody and Buzz from Toy Story 3 are secret lovers? The Academy clearly didn't get The New Civility memo.