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Feed your Oscar obsession with these free apps

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If you’re one of the folks making predictions days in advanced of the 2014 Oscars to be held on March 2, then you might be interested in these free apps compiled by AT&T to help sharpen your movie skills till the big night.

Personally, I’m batting a thousand with my nomination predictions. Are you?

  • E! Live from the Red Carpet: This app provides near-real time updates on the stars and Oscar nominees. It gives you the latest 411 on all big award shows, including weekly movie premieres and film festivals. Everything from celeb news, photos, plus VIP access to celeb live streams and the infamous GlamCam 360.
  • Fashion Police: Forget the ceremony, if you only care about “who wore it best” then this app is a must-have leading into the Oscars. Catch all the glitz, glam and “what happened” by downloading this before the red carpet rollouts out on March 2. Although it’s easy to take a guess at the winners, there’s no telling who will be dubbed best or worst dressed on the most magical night in Hollywood!
  • IMDb Movie: Movie lovers alike thrive on trivia. They want to be sure they have a handle on this year’s nominees in addition to all the past films, actors and actresses that have once graced the Academy Awards. The IMDb Movie app allows you to look up over 2 million movie titles and over 4 million celebrity bios. From movie trivia to searching for show times of the recent Oscar nominated films – this app is a necessity for all movie fanatics.

Here are your choices for Best Pic, Best Actor and Best Actress, guys and gals.

Best Picture:

Best Actor in a leading role:

Best Actress in a Leading Role:

I didn’t list best supporting, but I betting on Jared Leto. Have fun with the apps, guys and gals.

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