'Frozen' becomes No. 1 animated film of all time

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"Frozen" has thawed out a new spot in box office history. This weekend, the Oscar-winning Disney film became the top-grossing animated film of all time with $1.072 billion in domestic and international sales.

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Golden night: ‘12 Years a Slave’ takes Oscar for Best Picture

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Gritty slavery drama “12 Years a Slave” took home the Oscar for best picture at Sunday’s Academy Awards, and its star Lupita Nyong’o added to the film’s trophy case by claiming the best supporting actress award.

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Going for gold: DiCaprio, Lawrence, Poehler win Globes

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"American Hustle," "Breaking Bad," and "Brooklyn Nine Nine" were among the films and television shows receiving multiple awards at Sunday’s Golden Globe awards in Los Angeles.

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'Brave' princess' sexy makeover not permanent, Disney says

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It’s the before-and-after makeover heard around the world.

When Princess Merida of “Brave” was crowned the 11th princess at Walt Disney World this weekend, she had a new look that included not only a tiny waist, sultry eyes, and cleavage but also the teal gown that the feisty tomboy so detested in the Oscar-winning movie.

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'Brave' director takes aim at new depiction of heroine princess Merida

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Brenda Chapman, director of “Brave” prior to being replaced during production, doesn’t like how Disney has redesigned the film’s main character Merida to better fit its line of princesses.

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'Iron Man 3' rockets to second-biggest box-office opening ever with $173 million

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Superhero sequel “Iron Man 3” rocketed to the top of U.S. and Canadian box office charts, kicking off Hollywood’s summer movie season with $175.3 million in weekend ticket sales for the second-biggest film opening of all time.

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Duchess Kate, Princes William and Harry tour Harry Potter sets

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge proved they had the magic touch Friday at the official opening of London’s Warner Bros. studio, where Prince Harry joined the royal muggles on a tour of the set of the Harry Potter movies.

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Film critic Roger Ebert dies at 70

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Roger Ebert, the longtime critic who popularized film criticism with his “thumbs up, thumbs down” reviews in print and on television, has died, the Chicago Sun-Times reported on Thursday. He was 70.

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'Harry Potter's' Uncle Vernon, Richard Griffiths, dies at 65

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Richard Griffiths, the versatile British actor who played the boy wizard’s unsympathetic Uncle Vernon in the “Harry Potter” movies, has died. He was 65. 

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'Veronica Mars' fans donate more than $2 million, reach goal of funding big-screen movie

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The “Veronica Mars” Kickstarter campaign to raise $2 million to bring the TV detective to the big screen easily passed its goal Wednesday evening, with more pledges still coming in.

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Sally Field snuck sneakers under Oscars gown

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Looks like you have competition, Kristen Stewart — you’re not the only star rocking comfy footwear on the red carpet.

Best Supporting Actress nominee Sally Field wore some casual kicks at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday night, going to far as to adorably lift up her bright red Valentino gown to show them off.

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'Argo,' Day-Lewis, Lawrence are winners on sluggish Oscar night

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Despite Ben Affleck’s snub on the best director nomination list, his film, “Argo” took home the best picture Oscar Sunday night, the final award of an evening that seemed even more ploddingly paced than usual.

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Christoph Waltz wins first Oscar of the night

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Edit — With some of the night’s major awards still far from locks, the Oscars kicked off in Los Angeles Sunday night, with Christoph Waltz taking home the first statuette of the night for his role in “Django Unchained.”  Waltz was considered a favorite, though Tommy Lee Jones of “Lincoln” was also a major contender.

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Slideshow: Stars shine on the Academy Awards red carpet

As the stars come out, who gets the prize for best dressed?