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March 2, 1999: Roberto Benigni talks about the inspiration behind 'Life Is Beautiful'
Benigni reveals his father spent time in a labor camp during WWII and used humor when recounting his story to his children so as not to traumatize them.
Oscars 2017: Predicting the Winners
"La La Land" is the first film in years to dominate Academy Award nominations with a record-tying 14 nods, but the question remains how many Oscars will the film take home when the awards are handed out Sunday. "One of the big questions of the night will be how many Oscars is it going to win?"
Watch Andrea Bocelli Go Undercover to Surprise Bride With a Wedding Serenade
Famed Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli has performed around the world but it was in New Jersey that he gave one unsuspecting bride the surprise of her life on her wedding day. Bocelli went undercover with “ Good Morning America ” to deliver the surprise. “I like to do these things,” Bocelli told “GMA”
Our Favorite Oscar Moments
With the Oscars just days away, the staffers at ABC News began reflecting on past shows. Below are a few of our picks for the best moments in Academy Awards history. Ellen DeGeneres' Selfie, 2014: "Honestly, how can you ever top that selfie Ellen DeGeneres took with everyone from Bradley Cooper to
7 Things to Look Forward to on the Oscars
The ballots have been counted, the outfits chosen, the speeches (perhaps) written. All that remains is tonight's live telecast of the Oscars . It's the live nature of the broadcast that makes it so unpredictable and, well, fun. Who can forget Adrian Brody's spontaneous make-out session with Halle
10 Infamous Oscar Acceptance Speeches That Are Hard to Top
Dear Oscar nominees, we know it's super awesome to just be, well, nominated. But have you all really considered what comes with this honor? There's the outfit, which can't be just any outfit. There's the primping, which will take hours. There's also the ceremony and the after parties, which can be
Review: 'To Rome with Love'
Perhaps the only refreshing thing about “To Rome with Love,” Woody Allen’s follow-up to his most successful film of all time, 2011′s “Midnight in Paris,” is whenever Alec Baldwin looks in the direction of a camera, the audience will not feel physically threatened. Yes, it’s...
The Oscars: 10 Ways to Win
'The Artist,' 'The Help' and More Oscars Nominees Play to the Academy's Stereotypes
Six Odd, Off-Beat Oscar Speeches
Crying, Jumping, Push Ups: For Some, Winning the Gold Man Means That Anything Goes
Top Seven Oscar Long Shots: Marisa Tomei, Anna Paquin and More
In the run-up to Sunday's Oscars , nominees should remember: it ain't over till the fat lady sings. Film critics, industry insiders and movie fans have speculated for months about who will win Hollywood's most prized trophy, and they've come up with a widely-accepted list of favorites. But nominees