ATW February 23, 2015

2015 Oscar Winners: Complete List [ABC News]

For Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, The Sound of Music Was Never “So Long, Farewell” [Vanity Fair]

What Speed Gets Right About Action, According to The Imitation Game’s Oscar-Nominated Writer [Esquire]

Danny DeVito at 70: A National Treasure on Sex, Drugs and Family [Rolling Stone]

Oscar Winners Thank God A Lot In Acceptance Speeches, But Not As Often As You’d Think [Huffington Post]

Donald Glover on Spider-Man, Stripping in ‘Magic Mike XXL,’ and A Possible ‘Community’ Return [The Daily Beast]

Lift Every Voice and Sing … Against Acoustic Torture [Good]

Molly Ringwald Talks About the Most Embarrassing Part of Filming The Breakfast Club [Time]

ATW February 22, 2015

Why There Should Be an Oscar Category for Dramatic Research [The Atlantic]

Why Oscar Nominee Felicity Jones Isn’t Just the Loyal Wife in ‘The Theory of Everything’ [Indiewire]

Oscars 2015: Common, ‘Lego Movie,’ Glen Campbell Lead Song Nominations [Rolling Stone]

Nas Is Still Rhyming Truth to Power [GQ]

Driving force: Hollywood’s most famous valet [CBS This Morning]

Awakening the Wisdom of the Heart [KarmaTube]

Minding the Details [Deadline]

14 Fun Facts From the 2015 Oscar Nominations [Yahoo! Movies]

ATW February 19, 2015

The Oscar Best Picture Nominees As Pie Charts [Vulture]

Ida’s Bittersweet Success: An Interview With Pawel Pawlikowski [The Atlantic]

Bob Weinstein’s Love Letter to Brother Harvey: “Some Would Say I Deserve a Lifetime Achievement Award” [THR]

Designing Oscar: How a British Art Director Brought Pop-Up Books and Church Bells to the Big Show [The Wrap]

The unexpected miracle of “Jane the Virgin”: Her surprisingly realistic television pregnancy [Salon]

25 Best Oscar-Winning Performances Based on Real People [Rolling Stone]

Manage your time like Google invests its resources: 70/20/10 [Medium]

Close to Home [Deadline]

ATW February 17, 2015

The Unsung Heroes of 2015 Oscars [Variety]

5 TV Shows That Are Reshaping Their Networks’ Image [Indiewire]

The Trust-Fund Babies Changing Hollywood [The Atlantic]

‘American Sniper’s Bradley Cooper On Less Is More, And Other Lessons Learned From Eastwood, De Niro And David [Deadline]

Geena Davis on Her Hollywood Campaign to Get More Women On-Screen [Vanity Fair]

Watch the Coen Brothers’ TV Commercials: Swiss Cigarettes, Gap Jeans, Taxes & Clean Coal [Open Culture]

Sex Lies & Fifty Shades [EW]

Oscars 2015: Common, ‘Lego Movie,’ Glen Campbell Lead Song Nominations [Rolling Stone]

ATW February 15, 2015

The 25 Best Romantic Comedies Since When Harry Met Sally [Vulture]

A Brief History of Happiness: How America Lost Track of the Good Life—and Where to Find It Now [Yes! magazine]

11 comedians who jumpstarted their careers on ‘The Daily Show’ [Mashable]

Lift Every Voice and Sing … Against Acoustic Torture [Good]

An Ambitious List of 1400 Films Made by Female Filmmakers [Open Culture]

The World’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies of 2015 in Video [Fast Company]

How to Throw a Party, According to the Most Legendary Hosts of Classic Hollywood [Vanity Fair]

Still Glen: Alzheimer’s-Stricken Best Song Nominee Provides Oscar’s Most Dramatic And Moving Story [Deadline]

ATW February 12, 2015

Vince Gilligan on Ending ‘Breaking Bad’ and the Perils of Spinning Off ‘Better Call Saul’ [The Daily Beast]

Lorne Michaels on 40 Years of ‘SNL’: Being “‘Feared’ Was Never My Goal” [THR]

6 Movies That Taught Me Something About Life, Love and Other Totally Random Things [Huffington Post]

What It’s Like to be a Teenage Filmmaker [Indiewire]

Musicians From Egypt to Rwanda Are Blending Musical Traditions and Building Unity to Protect the Nile River Basin [yes! magazine]

14 Tips To Maintain Inner Peace At Work [MindBodyGreen]

Arrow’s Katie Cassidy on the Black Canary, Laurel’s Transformation, and Tonight’s ‘Huge’ Episode [Vulture]

An Oral History of Laurel Canyon, the 60s and 70s Music Mecca [Vanity Fair]

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