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The Oscars are back on, and we're celebrating with a series on the New York City locations you might've seen in this year's nominated films. Our Oscar Movies Map will be your golden statuette.
While we've been focused on the Oscar nominees shot in New York City, we can't forget that there are plenty of travel-inspiring films up for awards that weren't shot in Gotham.
The Coen Brothers thriller "No Country for Old Men" garnered eight nominations, including one for Javier Bardem. Shot in Big Bend National Park and Marfa, the stark West Texas landscape is all over the Oscars this year.
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The Oscar nominations for this year have just arrived, and we're digging through to figure out which stars you'll see at the Kodak Theatre on February 24--provided they care to cross the WGA picket line. George Clooney will leave his Italian palazzo to represent legal thriller "Michael Clayton"; Ellen Page will go south of the border for "Juno," Javier Bardem will fly over the Atlantic for "No Country for Old Men" (he's from Spain, didn't you know?) and Daniel Day-Lewis will come out of his secret underground lair in support of "There Will Be Blood."
If you're thinking about going to the Oscars this year, and don't mind that they may be starless, get your tickets now! Need help? The UK Times has an interesting article about getting tickets. (Hint: It's hard.)