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Oscars 2007: The Most Comprehensive Media Guide Ever

oscar_79_statue_hp.jpgThe media’s excitement over the 79th Academy Awards is boiling over. Few media events — the Super Bowl and, to a lesser extent, presidential election — are covered with this much eager (overkill?) anticipation. Here’s a selected primer:

  • CNN: Ellen Will Wear Suit
  • FBLA, earlier: Oscar Winner Not Dressing To Impress
  • Deadline Hollywood Daily: 7 Spoilers
  • USA Today: Dove’s D.I.Y. Ad
  • Bangkok Post: Are Acceptance Speeches a Thing of the Past?
  • Oscar.com: Street Closures
  • Slate: Thinks the Oscars Suck, And Voters Agree
  • San Francisco Chronicle: Will Scorsese Finally Win One?
  • DHD: Warning: Sunday’s Telecast Could Be Longest Ever
  • iFilm: Trailers and Interviews
  • IMDB: Who will win?
  • AP: Best Picture Anyone’s Guess
  • MTV: Kurt Loder Knows Oscars
  • Pop Matters: The Year’s Best …
  • Salon: … And Overlooked Films
  • Defamer: The Dirty Red Carpet
  • Radar: Useful Party-Crash Tips
  • IMDB Polls: Best | Worst
  • Plus: Printable Ballot
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