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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Matthew Mcconaughey
Faith may be hidden in Hollywood. But for those actors, directors and producers who dare to look upward and speak to the pubic through art that is good and refining, they will find an audience of large numbers ready to receive it.
Oscar winner "12 Years a Slave" will face off with blockbusters like "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" at the MTV Movie Awards.
81-year-old Kim Novak, the beautiful starlet from Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo," became a target for nasty comments on social media after she presented an award at the Oscars.
While the jokes and jabs at the Oscars were safe and family-friendly, faith's role in the award show seemed to be lost by award-winners.
Perhaps atoning for past sins, Hollywood named the brutal, unshrinking historical drama "12 Years a Slave" best picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards.
Show Bits brings you the 86th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles through the eyes of Associated Press journalists. Follow them on Twitter where available with the handles listed after each item.
The big winners on Oscar night may have been set in the 19th-century American South and outer space, but for many people across the Atlantic, this year's Academy Awards belonged to Britain.
Sure he just won the Oscar for best actor for "Dallas Buyers Club," but when it came time to talk it after the show, Matthew McConaughey was just as interested in what reporters thought about his new HBO series "True Detective."
Diversity was perhaps the biggest winner at the 86th annual Academy Awards.
Actors Jon Voight, Martin Landau and George Chakiris all have one shiny, golden thing in common.
What interrupted Jennifer Lawrence's presentation of the best actor trophy?
It turns out Matthew McConaughey's hero is himself, a few years down the line.
Jared Leto made sure he captured every aspect of his Oscar moment, going so far as to film the one-minute process it took to engrave his name on his best supporting actor trophy after the show.
Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey took the stage for his Best Actor acceptance speech Sunday night and first on his thank you list: God.
In 2013, we had Leonardo DiCaprio snorting cocaine off — well, if you saw "The Wolf of Wall Street" (a totally missable movie, regardless of what the vaunted Academy says), you know where. Cate Blanchett chomped Xanax like they were Tic Tacs, Matthew McConaughey did his yeoman's share of coke, and "American Hustle" taught us all that drugged-out crime really does pay.
Mr. McConaughey went on, Fox News reported: "[God's] graced my life with opportunities which I know are not of my hand or any other human kind.
"First off, I want to thank God because that's who I look up to," he said, as the crowd quieted, Breitbart reported.