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  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Medium' on CBS

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 16 - 22 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Jan. 16 - 22 in PDF format (alternate link) Weekly TV Listings can also be found at:......
  • Believe It or Not Dept.: Clippers beating Heat more exciting than the Oscars

     
    I have to admit that it felt a little like playing hooky, but last night I took a night off from seeing movies to go watch the Clippers play the Miami Heat--you know, the LeBron James-led group of larger-than-life basketball......
  • Guess who's missing from Hollywood Reporter's most powerful women in showbiz list

     
    It's hard to imagine a more depressing symbol of the lack of influence of women directors in Hollywood than the Hollywood Reporter's new Women in Entertainment Power 100 List. The list, which gives the No. 1 spot to ABC TV......
  • Grammys nominations make the Oscars look more elitist than ever

     
    I know that a lot of my pals on the music side of town are celebrating today, with the news that Arcade Fire, everybody's favorite indie band, landed a prestigious album of the year Grammy nomination, the pop music equivalent......
  • Disney's Rich Ross is really crazy: He thinks Pixar should win a best picture Oscar

     
    If there were ever something that Hollywood should be embarrassed about, it’s that Pixar has never won an Oscar for best picture — despite making 11 consecutive commercially successful and critically acclaimed movies. In fact, until last year, when...
  • Tracking the Oscar race for best adapted screenplay

     
    Obviously, "The Social Network" is ahead in the Oscar race for best adapted screenplay, given its front-runner status as best picture and the vaunted reputation of Aaron Sorkin as master wordsmith. However, upsets are always possible at these quirkly...
  • Oscars poll: Who'll win best supporting actor?

     
    Christoph Waltz ("Inglourious Basterds") dominated last year's Oscar race for supporting actor from the outset, but now there's no early front-runner. There's a lot of support for Geoffrey Rush's flamboyant role as wily voice coach to Britain's stammering...
  • One year ago: What Oscar pundits prophesized

     
    Let this be a lesson to all of us smug Oscar seers who insist that they know how the current derby will play out. Most of us now say that it's "The Social Network" versus "The King's Speech" for best picture, Colin Firth ("The King's Speech") versus James...
  • Latest Oscar predictions: Best picture

     
    Since "The Social Network" has not disappointed at the box office, it retains its status as the front-runner to win best picture at the Oscars. However, buzz builds fast for "The King's Speech," which is just the kind of grand historical drama that...
  • Gotham Independent Film Award nominations

     
    The movie award season kicked off Monday morning — a full four months before the Academy Awards — when the nominees for the 20th annual Gotham Independent Film Awards were announced. Film critic Elvis Mitchell, who will be the co-host of the...
  • Poll: Will 'Winter's Bone' be nominated for best picture at the Oscars?

     
    Now that "Winter's Bone" leads with the most nominations at the Gotham Independent Film Awards (three), its Oscar hopes brighten. But how much? Only three previous Gotham champs were nommed for best picture in the past: "The Hurt Locker," "Capote" and...