Luisita Lopez Torregrosa - Politics Daily
On an evening celebrating youth, when the parade of glamour on the red carpet at the Kodak Theatre gave off plenty of Hollywood sparkle, "The King's Speech," a traditional historical drama about George VI, who overcame a crippling stammer to lead England in World War II, dominated the top honors at the 83rd Academy Awards ceremony Sunday.
So much for "The Social Network," which as the film about the creation of Facebook, represented the young and rising 21st century and had been the front-runner to win the best movie Oscar early on in the awards race.
In its near sweep, "The King's Speech" w...
Torie Bosch - AOL News
The Oscars race for best gown may be even fiercer than the competition for Best Picture.
For the next several days, fashion ninjas will be debating who rocked the red carpet and who committed a faux pas or two.
Here are the women whose looks will be dissected -- and the instant reactions they earned.
The 20-year-old star, who was nominated for best actress for her breakthrough performance in "Winter's Bone," wore a dramatic red dress by Calvin Klein. "Lawrence was stunning," gushed PopEater, which praised the "simple and sexy look."
On Twitter, a few couldn't help but poi...
Mary Phillips-Sandy - AOL News
With the 83rd Academy Awards just a few days away, it's time to train for one of America's favorite pastimes: spotting red-carpet disasters.
There are a lot -- seriously, a lot -- of sartorial offenders for your consideration, but we've narrowed it down to five that truly take the prize.
1. Demi Moore, 1989
For some reason the bike shorts-lace bustier-grandma's drapes-sheer black hose look never caught on. For some reason.
Jim Smeal, WireImage
Demi Moore attends the Oscars at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on March 29, 1989.
2. Billy Bob Thornton, 1997
We get it, Billy Bo...