Let's be real: the only MTV award that anyone cares about is the Best Kiss award.
The Oscars neglect those actors who aren't nominated for Best Supporting, but still did a decent job in another supporting role (could this be called Best Supporting Supporting Actor? I'm glad it's not my job to decide).
After hearing endless acceptance speeches from McConaughey and Leto this awards season, I find it hard to believe that they did Dallas Buyers Club to increase understanding of those living with HIV/AIDS, or gay people, or trans people. They did it to win an Oscar and get more meaty work.
After days and days (three days) of analyzing the big Oscar categories, we've finally come to it: the Biggest category. We made it to the end of the awards! Just kidding, that'll be 3 and a half hours after you start watching on Sunday night.
WHO AMONG YOU knew, this time last year, that Matthew McConaughey would somehow make the leap from "star of Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and frequently shirtless dude" to highly respected, critically acclaimed, full on movie star of our times?
Continuing our never-ending coverage of the Oscars, today, we take a look at the nominees for Best Actress. Though many are saying this is a one-horse race this year, we think it's only fair to consider all the other... horses.