I give you permission to tune in to the Emmy Awards telecast this Sunday to see the parade of stars on the red carpet, to watch the scripted entertainment segments and to catch any Kanye West-type improvisations at a kudocast, but don't bother sitting through
Up till now, I've been spooning out the Emmy predictions of our forum moderators Chris "Boomer" Beachum and Robert "Rob L" Licuria (AwardsHeaven.net). But time is running out. Emmys are upon us. I've gotta dole out all of the final forecasts in one big posting
The two biggest Emmy Award upsets of the night came in supporting categories. No pundit on the planet picked Ken Howard for his featherweight role as the tycoon who ditches Jessica Lange in "Grey Gardens." He beat big grandstanding performances by "Little Dorr
Finally, we've learned the title of Tony Shalhoub's Emmy episode ("Mr. Monk and the Miracle"), so that means we now know what sample episodes have been submitted to judges by all nominees for best comedy and drama series plus lead and supporting actor and actr
Basically, I think Emmys are going to make like a TV repeat this year and bring back last year's winners in all top series races: best drama ("Mad Men"), lead drama actor (Bryan Cranston, "Breaking Bad"), lead drama actress (Glenn Close, "Damages"), best comed
After breast-cancer treatment forced Maura Tierney to bail from NBC's "Parenthood," the network reportedly first approached Helen Hunt about taking over Maura's role. But EW reports that talks fell flat. Money, maybe? Now NBC is now looking at Lauren Graham's.
On Thursday, Oscar voters received the second, third and fourth DVD screeners sent to the full academy â€” all three from Sony Pictures Classics, which thus becomes the first major studio out of the gate: "Coco Before Chanel," "The Damned United" and "Whatever
Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 6 - 12, in PDF format This week's TV Movies CLASSIC: Linus instructs the "Peanuts" gang as to the true meaning of the holiday in the beloved animated special ...
Members of the New York Film Critics Circle are responding on the record to news that Mo'Nique will not attend their awards ceremony on Jan. 11 to accept her supporting-actress prize for "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire." On Friday, one promine
If Penelope Cruz ("Nine") wins on March 7, she'll become the third star to claim the Oscar for best supporting actress twice. One of the current dual champs was Dianne Wiest ("Hannah and Her Sisters," 1986; "Bullets Over Broadway," 1994). Can you name the othe
Lots of stars almost pulled off a full sweep of the key early awards during derby season, then went on to win the Oscar. But only 15 stars, according to my count, actually accomplished a total romp in modern times. Many others were like Robert De Niro ("Raging
To see the answer, click on the "Continue reading" link underneath the photos below. ANSWER: Glenda Jackson did not attend the Oscars ceremony either time she won best actress: "Women in Love" (1970), "A Touch of Class" (1973). One year after triumphing for "C
Intensive psychotherapy might unleash a lot of demons, but it's certainly brought out beautiful, nuanced erformances on HBO's "In Treatment." Debra Winger will be the next star to plop on the shrink's couch and, if the series' history is any ...
Alfred Molina will play the deputy district attorney in NBC's new "Law & Order: Los Angeles," a spinoff of the landmark police/legal drama. "I am thrilled that Fred is 'LOLA"s deputy D.A.," said creator and executive producer Dick Wolf. "He ...
â€¢ If any actor has a right to sing the blues, it is Hugh Laurie, who hasn't had any luck with the Emmys despite four previous nominations for playing the cantankerous title character in "House, M.D." Although he's contending again this year in the lead actor
"Rabbit Hole," the latest Pulitzer Prize-winning play to be adapted for the screen, is set to open in limited release in the U.S. on Dec. 17. Starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart, the comedy-drama about a couple grieving for their ...
News of "Animal Kingdom's" good fortune at awards Down Under sparked our resident Aussie Rob Licuria (Awards Heaven) to send us his thoughts. See below. But, first, here is what Kenneth Turan said of the film in his L.A. Times review: " 'Animal Kingdom' is an