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The 86th Annual Academy Awards aired live tonight on ABC, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres and produced by GLAAD Media Award recipients Craig Zadan and Neil Meron.
Director Jason Cohen discusses his Academy Award nominated short film 'Facing Fear' about the incredible story of how hate crime victim Matthew Boger now works with former-attacker Tim Zaal to bring a powerful message of acceptance and forgiveness to others.
Nominees for the 86th Annual Academy Awards were announced this morning and included nominations for the LGBT-inclusive films Dallas Buyers Club and Philomena. The Oscars, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, will air live on ABC on March 2.
Ellen DeGeneres announced this morning that she will be hosting the 86th Annual Academy Awards airing on March 2, 2014 on ABC. Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will produce the broadcast.
Out Hollywood producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will be adding the 85th Academy Awards to their long list of credits. The duo has been announced as producers of next year’s Oscar ceremony.
Actor Christopher Plummer finally added an Oscar to his trophy shelf Sunday night, when he won the award for Best Supporting Actor at the 84th annual Academy Awards for his role as an elderly gay man in the film Beginners.
Start the weekend with a new Days of Our Lives as Will comes out to Marlena, two women have high fashion woes on Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta and a new episode of Spartacus: Vengeance. David Bromstad and his team makeover a loft-style living room on Saturday's Color Splash. Sunday's 84th Academy Awards have several people nominated for LGBT roles plus new episodes of Celebrity Apprentice starring Clay Aiken and George Takei and Full Metal Jousting with Jake Nodar.
The 84th Academy Award nominations were announced today, and Christopher Plummer, Glenn Close, Rooney Mara, and Janet McTeer all received nominations for their roles as LGBT characters.
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It was announced this evening that director Brett Ratner has stepped down as producer of next year’s Oscar telecast following his public use of a anti-gay slur over the weekend, which resulted in widespread anger and immediate discussions with GLAAD. In addition, it has been announced that Ratner will now also work with GLAAD to convene a series of public discussions on LGBT images in Hollywood.