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John Mollo, Whose Costumes Made ‘Star Wars’ Seem Real, Dies at 86

John Mollo, Whose Costumes Made ‘Star Wars’ Seem Real, Dies at 86

Mr. Mollo flanked by actors in costume as Darth Vader and a storm trooper at the Academy Awards ceremony in 1978.
Oscar Hunt: As Red Carpets Roll Out, Spotlight Stays on Harassment

Oscar Hunt: As Red Carpets Roll Out, Spotlight Stays on Harassment

Oscar hopefuls may want to keep the focus on film, but they can expect plenty of questions about harassment during the run-up to the Academy Awards in March.
The Carpetbagger: How Syria’s First Oscar Contender Eluded the Government

The Carpetbagger: How Syria’s First Oscar Contender Eluded the Government

Sam Kadi, the director of “Little Gandhi,” said, “I would be executed if I screened this film inside Syria.”
The Carpetbagger: Meet the Youngest and Oldest Hopefuls in This Oscar Race

The Carpetbagger: Meet the Youngest and Oldest Hopefuls in This Oscar Race

Brooklynn Prince, 7, of “The Florida Project,” with Lois Smith, 87, of “Marjorie Prime.”
Best of 2017: Top films reflected a world on edge

Best of 2017: Top films reflected a world on edge

In a unsettling year, the best films kept pace with craziness, addressing racism, fear, poverty; but some escapist films made our top 10 too.
Hollywood on the Brink

Hollywood on the Brink

Clockwise from top left: Gal Gadot in “Wonder Woman”; Agnes Varda in “Faces Places”; Daisy Ridley in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”; and Saoirse Ronan in “Lady Bird.”
Daniel Kaluuya Isn’t Waiting for Your Approval

Daniel Kaluuya Isn’t Waiting for Your Approval

Daniel Kaluuya in London in December: “I am definitely not a household face,” he said.
The Bright (and Dark) Side of Roger Deakins

The Bright (and Dark) Side of Roger Deakins

Ana de Armas and Ryan Gosling in "Blade Runner 2049."
For Your Reconsideration: Supporting Whom<em>,</em> Exactly?

For Your Reconsideration: Supporting Whom<em>,</em> Exactly?

Armie Hammer, a best supporting-actor contender for “Call Me by Your Name.”
Op-Ed Contributors: Greta Gerwig, Aaron Sorkin: Hollywood Must Change

Op-Ed Contributors: Greta Gerwig, Aaron Sorkin: Hollywood Must Change

A Time’s Up pin worn on the lapel of an actor arriving at the Golden Globes.
The Carpetbagger: Oscars So Awkward? Trying to Top the Globes Won’t Be Easy

The Carpetbagger: Oscars So Awkward? Trying to Top the Globes Won’t Be Easy

Under wraps: the Time’s Up organizers have not said what they’re planning for the Oscar ceremony.
Jake Gyllenhaal on Ambivalent Heroes and, Um, Perms

Jake Gyllenhaal on Ambivalent Heroes and, Um, Perms

Jake Gyllenhaal in New York recently. He spent nearly a year with Jeff Bauman, the Boston Marathon bombing survivor he portrays in “Stronger.”
Women’s Accusations Follow James Franco After Golden Globes

Women’s Accusations Follow James Franco After Golden Globes

Mr. Franco’s victory on Sunday became a flash point for women who came forward to say Mr. Franco sexually exploited them or behaved inappropriately.
The Carpetbagger: Why James Franco Could Easily Get a Best Actor Nomination

The Carpetbagger: Why James Franco Could Easily Get a Best Actor Nomination

James Franco wearing his Time’s Up pin at the Golden Globes on Jan. 7.
Why Are We Ashamed to Call ‘Get Out’ and ‘The Shape of Water’ Horror Films?

Why Are We Ashamed to Call ‘Get Out’ and ‘The Shape of Water’ Horror Films?

“Get Out,” featuring Bradley Whitford and Catherine Keener, has the jump scares and gore that make it a horror movie.
It’s Time to Take a Serious Look at Michael Stuhlbarg

It’s Time to Take a Serious Look at Michael Stuhlbarg

Michael Stuhlbarg as a French film scholar in “Hugo.”
After #OscarsSoWhite, Hispanics Seek Their Hollywood Moment

After #OscarsSoWhite, Hispanics Seek Their Hollywood Moment

“When will our exclusion matter?” asked Alex Nogales, president of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, a watchdog organization.
After #OscarsSoWhite, Hispanics Seek Their Hollywood Moment

After #OscarsSoWhite, Hispanics Seek Their Hollywood Moment

“When will our exclusion matter?” asked Alex Nogales, president of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, a watchdog organization.