A director likes to be in control -- it’s basically in the job description. The same could be said for a politician, particularly one who’s been leader of the free world. Put the two together on one project and, well, there’s no guarantee they’ll be able to play nicely.
The Academy Awards will shine the spotlight on a crop of best picture nominees that isn't short on smaller movies with offbeat, personal stories.
He knows that when he enters a room, his reputation precedes him. At age 74, with a long and legendary career behind him, he's well aware that he can easily intimidate people. They look at him and see Michael Corleone from "The Godfather," Sonny Wortzik from "Dog Day Afternoon," Tony Montana...
Alejandro G. Iñárritu is no stranger to the Oscars. His debut feature, 2000's "Amores Perros," was a nominee for best foreign-language film, as was his 2010 film, "Biutiful." With 2006's "Babel," he scored two nods, for director and best picture.
Ethan Hawke was taking his kids to school. J.K. Simmons was fighting a bad cold and sleeping in an Atlanta hotel room. Marion Cotillard was awakened by her ringing cellphone. At first she thought it was her son. When she saw it was her agent, she said, "I thought, 'Ooh la la!'"
As Michael Keaton accepted the award for lead actor in a musical or comedy for his performance in "Birdman," many Golden Globes watchers may have been surprised to see the actor suddenly get choked up and fight back tears.
What a difference a few weeks makes. One month ago, the devastating cyber attack on Sony Pictures over the comedy "The Interview" was making headlines around the world and rattling nerves across the movie industry. At the Golden Globes ceremony Sunday, though, Hollywood seemed ready to laugh it...
In one of the biggest surprises of the night, Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" beat out Alejandro González-Iñárritu's "Birdman" to win the Golden Globe Award for musical or comedy film.