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“Given the fact that we just confirmed Craig Zadan and Neil Meron to produce, we understand how people might speculate in
"The 'boob' song, as it will be known in perpetuity, may go down as the highest-rated Oscar number in history, but at what
No one is urging men to lean in. No one is frolicking on stage singing about what body parts men have revealed on film. No one is legislating access to men's reproductive healthcare out of existence. I don't want to fight these fights any more.
I'm hoping that there will be a tipping point whereby our society becomes bored with the tasteless, the lowbrow, the common vulgarities that have seeped into our popular culture.
I was offended last week. As an Academy member, as the child of former Academy members and as a woman, I expected more from the best that the movie business has to offer. The Oscars are about honoring art and artists. It is not supposed to be a cheesy vaudeville show.
Why did anyone think that on a night that is supposed to honor the best of Hollywood, a town that has broken so many barriers and moved us forward in so many ways, banal sexist, racist and anti-Semitic jokes would be funny and appropriate?
The reaction to Amy and you hosting the Golden Globes was really great. Oh, thank you. We had fun. Congratulations on William
Seth MacFarlane's Oscars performance failed less because of racism, sexism, and homophobia than because he forgot what satire is and how it works. The satiric genius of late-night icons like Johnny Carson and beloved fictional curmudgeons like Archie Bunker has been lost in a sea of mindless snark.
HuffPost Entertainment Editor Kia Makarechi joins Alicia on set to discuss Seth MacFarlane's declaration that he will never host the Oscars again.
I think we've gone overboard on Ben's "redemption" -- even Ben himself. He had a slump. It happens to everybody. He didn't go to hell in a hand basket. He just starred in Gigli.
"I figured if we're going to objectify women, we sure as heck better objectify men too!" Gisi wrote with his YouTube posting
The "Family Guy" showrunner hosted Sunday's Academy Awards, but said he will not take the job again. MacFarlane wrote on
Well, Mike, Oscar season -- which started when "Argo" premiered at the Telluride Film Festival last August -- is finally, mercifully over.
The Oscars may have been tasteless, but the twits who reviewed the Oscars were almost uniformly without taste. The proper response to Seth MacFarlane -- and this may be the professional response we in fact encountered -- is envy.
Sunday night's Oscars telecast proved one thing: perhaps women should be running the show -- figuratively and otherwise.