| Feb 11, 2008
Movie and television writers began casting their ballots Sunday on whether to end their 3-month-old strike, a vote that is likely to send the entertainment industry back to work Wednesday.
The action followed Sunday's unanimous decision by the board...
| Mar 10, 2008
TY TRULLINGER, 26, had been particularly excited about the end of the writers strike. After working his way up on NBC's "Las Vegas" as a below-the-line assistant, he'd been promised a shot at directing one of the final episodes in the interrupted fifth...
| Dec 6, 2007
"No Country for Old Men," Joel and Ethan Coen's visceral crime thriller based on the novel by Cormac McCarthy, was named best film of 2007 Wednesday by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.
George Clooney was named best actor for his role as a...
| Jan 3, 2007
Los Angeles, CA January 3, 2007 -- The Envelope, the entertainment awards insider from the Los Angeles Times, today launched The Road To Gold, the ultimate online Grammy, Golden Globe and Oscar pool that promises to draw both entertainment industry...
| Jan 9, 2007
Los Angeles, CA January 9, 2007 With the Golden Globes less than a week away, The Envelope, the entertainment awards insider from the Los Angeles Times, has unveiled its Golden Globe film forecast Buzzmeter panel results at TheEnvelope.com.
| Dec 14, 2007
EVERYONE knew that 2007 was a breakout year for big, noisy cable shows, so it wasn't necessarily surprising that the Showtimes and FXs of the world mopped up nominations for the 65th annual Golden Globes on Thursday.
It was, however, remarkable that...
| Dec 18, 2007
On a day when NBC's Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien dealt a blow to striking film and television writers by announcing that they would cross the picket line to go back on the air -- and ABC's Jimmy Kimmel prepared to do the same -- the Writers Guild of America...
| Dec 20, 2007
With no talks scheduled with Hollywood's major studios, the Writers Guild of America has begun negotiating with several small independent television and movie production companies on new employment agreements, John Bowman, the union's chief negotiator,...
| Jan 8, 2008
Hollywood's awards season locomotive was derailed Monday when NBC pulled the plug on its highly rated Golden Globes, choosing not to broadcast on Sunday what promised to be a virtually celebrity-free ceremony.
The scrapped program would be the first...
| Jan 11, 2008
At the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Tuesday, quiet tension replaced the buoyant anticipation that usually precedes the Golden Globes. There were no guests checking in, but a team of front-desk clerks tried to look busy anyway. Somewhere in the building,...
| Jan 11, 2008
Five out of the six Directors Guild of America feature film nominees -- Joel and Ethan Coen, Paul Thomas Anderson, Sean Penn and Tony Gilroy -- were also nominated Thursday for Writers Guild of America awards for their screenplays.
The Coen brothers...