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Scott Feinberg

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Scott Feinberg is an awards columnist for the Hollywood Reporter.

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Without a host, the night moved right along b   ut then, it came to best picture.

Bonus post-Oscars banter

Without a host, the night moved right along b ut then, it came to best picture.

from The Business

For the first time in a long time, a lot of the categories still feel wide open--not least of which is best picture.

Oscars banter with THR awards columnist Scott Feinberg

For the first time in a long time, a lot of the categories still feel wide open--not least of which is best picture.

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One final Oscars  check-in  before the winners are revealed.

Hollywood news banter

One final Oscars check-in before the winners are revealed.

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