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Topic - Jean Dujardin
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A puzzling Academy Awards season will sort itself out a bit more on Sunday with the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where top performers gather to honor their own in what often is a prelude for who'll go home with an Oscar.
The Oscar-winning and nominated stars of "The Artist" and "The Help" have been invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Every dog has its day — and Monday belonged to Uggie. The canine star of the Oscar-winning film "The Artist" became the first dog to put its paw prints in cement outside the famous Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, the Associated Press reports.
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The notion that TV viewers need another awards show may be laughable.
France's president has congratulated Jean Dujardin and Michel Hazanavicius for their Academy Awards for "The Artist," saying the silent black and white film demonstrates the vitality of French cinema.
The world should plan on hearing a lot more from Jean Dujardin, the handsome and expressive actor whose portrayal of a silent film star has won him acting's top honor.
84th Academy Award winners
The Oscar telecast takes hours, but it's the moments we remember.
"The Artist" won five Academy Awards on Sunday including best picture, becoming the first silent film to triumph at Hollywood's highest honors since the original Oscar ceremony 83 years ago.
Even the hundreds of photographers, TV cameras and webcams around the Hollywood & Highland Center can't capture every starry moment of Sunday's 84th annual Academy Awards.
Jean Dujardin has earned the best-actor Academy Award for "The Artist," becoming the only performer to win an Oscar for a silent-film role since the first year of the awards 83 years ago.
Dujardin shouted them in French, which he translated backstage for reporters who were wondering if one of the words he used was the French equivalent of the F-bomb.