A look at the Oscar nominees for 2011.
Oscars Preview: Best picture
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Oscars Preview: Best picture

The Post's Jen Chaney and Ann Hornaday discuss whether "The King's Speech" will be crowned best picture at the Academy Awards or if "Toy Story 3" could be the first animated movie to win the Oscar. (Feb. 25) (Jayne Orenstein/The Washington Post)

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