What’s the hardest challenge you can face as an actor? Starring in a fact-based movie is certainly up there.Read more
When Ryan Coogler accepted the AARP Movies for Grownups award for best intergenerational film Monday night, he went out of his way to thank a few people from previous generations for helping make him who he is today.
Among them? Producer Irwin Winkler, who was onstage with him, and his parents, who weren't. There was another guy on the list, but — wait. It'll come to us.Read more
The South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival, which runs March 11-19 in Austin, Texas, added to its program on Tuesday with the announcement of the Midnighters, Festival Favorites, Shorts and Special Events sections.Read more
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President Cheryl Boone Isaacs opened the academy’s annual Oscar nominees luncheon Monday by acknowledging a topic that has touched nearly every event this awards season -- the question of diversity.Read more
Countless celebrities have thrown their voices into the conversation on diversity in Hollywood following the limited number of people of color on the Oscar nominee list for the second year in a row. Monday, during the annual Oscars luncheon to honor all nominees, it was no different.Read more
Sylvester Stallone was unsure about attending the Oscars this year out of respect for "Creed" director Ryan Coogler and his co-star Michael B. Jordan.
Despite earning a supporting actor nod and a Golden Globe Award for his reprisal of legendary fictional boxer Rocky Balboa, Stallone considered sitting out the ceremony in solidarity with those partaking in the #OscarsSoWhite-fueled boycott.Read more