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Get Red-Carpet Ready with Deals on Magazines, Movies and Books

Red Carpet Awards DealsFrom red-carpet ready style to reliving the film greats of Oscars’ past, you’ll find deals on magazines, movies and books to capture the magic of cinema’s biggest night.

Arguably the biggest red carpet event of the year is coming up on Sunday with the 85th Academy Awards presentation. Are you ready?

Even if you’re thinking it’s unlikely you’ll be a Hollywood star, you can still look the part.

That’s why we’ve got plenty of magazine subscriptions, movies and books at deep discounts “the rest of us” can enjoy during our red-carpet worthy sale!

Fashionistas, beauty buffs and film enthusiasts will find everything they need to fit right in with the Tinseltown crowd. Here’s a sampling:

US Weekly: Our featured deal (10 issues for just $10) dishes the latest on celebrity gossip, and takes you backstage and into the after-parties for all the major awards. Plus it regularly features stars without makeup. See? They aren’t always so perfect after all.

Entertainment Weekly: This front-row perspective offers illuminating commentary and reviews on everything from films to music without all the gossip. Don’t miss the annual special double issue dedicated to all things Oscar!

InStyle: There’s a fashionable sideshow to the actual awards presentation that is all about style. Draw inspiration from this magazine’s pages to create your own stage-worthy look using its simple tips for basic beauty and easy wardrobe makeovers.

Film Comment: If you’re more interested in the filmmaking process, this magazine published by the Film Society of Lincoln Center talks the latest trends, in addition to move reviews and discussions, in its international coverage of cinema.

The Sound of Music 45th Anniversary Edition: Re-released for your enjoyment in high definition, this lovable movie musical starring Julie Andrews was nominated in 1965 for ten Academy Awards, winning five, including Best Picture and Best Film Editing.

My Fair Lady: Starring the impeccably fashionable Audrey Hepburn, My Fair Lady nabbed 12 Academy Award nominations in 1964. The film adaptation of the play “Pygmalion” won eight, including Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Director.

Stanley Kubrick: Widely considered one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, Kubrick and his brilliant film career are explored in this biography. He was a familiar name on awards nights with many of his films nominated for Oscars, among other awards, including 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Strangelove, A Clockwork Orange and Full Metal Jacket.