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There were nine examples of him eating in "Ocean's Eleven" so we had to limit the number of entries to a maximum of four per film.
Brad Pitt made a rare mention of his 6 kids in his Oscars speech and said: ‘This is for my children who color everything I do’
Brad Pitt, who won best supporting actor, is typically private about his kids. But at the Oscars, he expressed his love for them, saying: I adore you.
Brad Pitt joked in his Oscars speech that he would ride Leonardo DiCaprio’s coattails any day: ‘The view’s fantastic’
The iconic star, who won the Oscar for best supporting actor, also said stunt people should be represented at the awards shows.
Leonardo DiCaprio landed an Oscar nomination this year and has an estimated net worth of $260 million. Here’s how he got there.
Leonardo DiCaprio has been acting since he was 14. He began in commercials and TV and moved onto feature films like "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ actress Julia Butters brought a turkey sandwich in her purse to the Oscars
"I don't like some of the food here," the 10-year-old breakout star of Quentin Tarantino's film revealed on the red carpet.
YouTube star Binging with Babish showed us how to recreate Brad Pitt’s mac and cheese from ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’
Binging with Babish star Andrew Rea told Insider that he thought Brad Pitt's mac and cheese was the "hottest cooking scene of the year."
Nine films were nominated for the Oscars' top award, with "Joker" earning the most with 11 nominations.
‘1917’ is an impressively made but hollow spectacle that doesn’t deserve to win best picture at the Oscars
"1917" is a technical achievement to be admired, but is deceptively shallow and offers nothing past a first viewing.
"1917" won seven BAFTAs including best film and best director. Brad Pitt won best supporting actor. None of them deserved their awards.
Tarantino told Deadline that he believes "a war for movies got played out this last year," but that it was "strong year" for "original movies."