Watch Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin and Jason Clarke Fight for Survival in the Everest Trailer (VIDEO)

What do you do when you reach the top of the world’s most famous mountain peak and see a deadly snow storm brewing in the distance?

Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin and Jason Clarke Get Rugged in Intense Thriller Everest: FIRST LOOK

Everest will chill you to the bone – and that’s just starting with the story.

The movie recounts a horrific 1996 tragedy in which eight climbers lost their lives trying to summit the famed Himalayan peak. “There was a cluster [of summiters] on the top,” explains director Baltasar Kormékur. “In the end, what happened is that a lot of small things went wrong and waylaid them. People missed their passes, then a big storm hit.” (Jon Krakauer’s best-seller Into Thin Air was about the same events.)

The Imitation Game Screenwriter Graham Moore's Oscar Highlight: Crying and Hugs with Family, Benedict Cumberbatch & Keira Knightley

Screenwriter Graham Moore’s moving speech about his troubled teen years was a memorable Oscars moment, but for Moore himself, sharing the triumph with his family and friends was the highlight of his night.

Keira Knightley! Hilaria Baldwin! The Oscar Night's Best Baby Bumps

Here's Who Facebook Thinks Should Win the Oscars

Do you have an Oscar pool going? No? You’re not a compulsive gambler like half of the PEOPLE staffers? That surprises us.

Well, if you’re not the betting type, please excuse this very important inside information we have from Facebook.

The monolithic site looked at mentions of the nominated actors, actresses and films over the two weeks preceding the ceremony and shared the data with PEOPLE. Below, here’s who Facebook’s 750 million-plus users think are going to win – or, failing that, who should win by popular vote – at the Oscars.

Keira Knightley: Why the Thought of Having a Boy Is 'Terrifying'

“When you’re changing their nappies, you can get the wee in your face,” she says

Keira Knightley Tells the Story of Her Mom Misspelling Her Name (VIDEO)

Watch British Actors Reenact Iconic American Movie Scenes

The British are coming – or as anyone in Hollywood has long known, they’ve already arrived!

Be it Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley or Eddie Redmayne, there has been a British invasion of American movies – and awards ceremonies – over recent years.

Keira Knightley on Her Unique Name: 'My Mum's Crap at Spelling'

Keira Knightley’s unique name was an accident?

The Imitation Game actress, who graces the March cover of Elle U.K., said her mother screwed up when it came time to register her new baby girl.

“I was meant to be named ‘Kiera,’ after a Russian ice skater who was on the TV one day,” she told the magazine.

“My dad fancied her and nicked her name for me. But it was my mum who went to register my birth, and she accidentally spelled ‘ei’ instead of ‘ie’ because my mum’s crap at spelling.

SAG Awards 2015: Our Favorite Looks of the Night

PEOPLE style editors keep a running email chain going so we can share our best dressed picks with you. (Yes, we have a few spats in the process.) See who made our list this year, then make sure to take in all the star style at the SAG Awards here and here. (Plus, don’t forget to share your top gowns in the comments.)