Scott Feinberg

The Hollywood Reporter

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Scott Feinberg is an awards columnist for the Hollywood Reporter.

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Parsing “Oppenheimer” domination, a lack of “Barbie” love, and a French Best Picture nominee that France didn’t even submit for an Oscar.

New rules, spicy snubs, and a few surprises: The 2024 Academy Award nominees

Parsing “Oppenheimer” domination, a lack of “Barbie” love, and a French Best Picture nominee that France didn’t even submit for an Oscar.

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As the 2023 Emmy Awards voting begins, Kim Masters and Scott Feinberg, from The Hollywood Reporter, give a special preview of what to expect.

Emmy’s voting is revamped: ‘It's a big change no matter what the result ends up being’

As the 2023 Emmy Awards voting begins, Kim Masters and Scott Feinberg, from The Hollywood Reporter, give a special preview of what to expect.

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Awards season is here, with no clear frontrunners. After last year’s dismal ratings, Hollywood is asking: do enough people still care about the Oscars?

Who might win Oscars Best Picture? It’s all up in the air

Awards season is here, with no clear frontrunners. After last year’s dismal ratings, Hollywood is asking: do enough people still care about the Oscars?

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