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Until "No Country for Old Men" took the final two awards of the evening, it was beginning to look like the U.S. was "No Country for Oscar Winners." In an Oscar convocation with the least xenophobic results in years, the Kodak Theatre seemed more like a...
Uncertainty is in the air as the race of all races heats up to the boiling point. Candidates are not leaving anything to chance, some still running frantically from one public forum to another, trying to reach voters with that personal touch, even as the...
Tags: Politics, Referenda, Sony Corp., Unions, Samuel Goldwyn
First-round Academy Award ballots are due back by Saturday at 5 p.m. but judging from the activity around town you would think the race for nominations is really just beginning rather than ending. Packed Q&As for the likes of "Atonement," "Eastern...
Tags: Politics, Referenda, Unions, NAACP, Academy Awards
In The Season of surprise, it turns out Oscar had a few of his own. As press and publicists gathered for this morning's Oscar nomination announcement by Academy president Sid Ganis and Kathy Bates (a last-minute substitute for a scheduled but unannounced...
The Season felt like it was ramping up into high gear this week. Foreign-language film screenings began in earnest at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences with entries from Norway, China, Cuba, Ireland, Japan, and Italy. The latter country'...
Tags: Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, James Coburn, Bill Condon, Unions
Jack is back! Warner Bros. had to turn away at least 50 Screen Actors Guild members at an overflowing screening of "The Bucket List" at the TV Academy in North Hollywood last night. About 600 strong filled every seat and then some for the rare and...
Tags: Will Smith, Christmas, Unions, Vanessa Redgrave, Jennifer Lopez
With critics groups chiming in from New York, L.A., Boston, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., this week, a predictable pattern is emerging. The nation's top movie reviewers are in a pessimistic mood, splitting their best picture prizes, so far, between...
EVEN as the men's acting Oscar categories are overflowing with strong contenders, the actress races, as usual, reflect the paucity of opportunities for women. Don't expect that to change any time soon. "Not when Will Smith movies make $78 million on...
In the wake of the disaster known as the 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards comes the last of the key guild indicators today, the list of five nominees for the top award of the Producers Guild Of America. The biggest omission from what the rest of the major...
Tags: Literature, Referenda, Politics, Ceremonies, Unions
Channel Guide MagazineAfter a couple of quiet weeks, some big titles make their debuts this week. Oscar-winning films Les Misérables and Zero Dark Thirty join the much-anticipated The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (3-D) and a sequel of sorts to Knocked Up, Judd Apatow's This...
Channel Guide MagazineLast night, MTV announced the categories and nominees for the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, which will be given at a ceremony airing live on MTV April 14 at 9pm ET/PT (moving to spring from its previous summertime slot). Django Unchained, which recently won a...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesThis post has been corrected. See the note below for details. “The Avengers,” “Dark Knight Rises” and Martin Freeman are ......
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