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  • With Golden Globe nods, 'American Hustle' gains ground in best picture sweepstakes

    With Golden Globe nods, 'American Hustle' gains ground in best picture sweepstakes
    Since taking the Telluride and Toronto film festivals by storm in the early fall, "12 Years a Slave" and "Gravity" have dominated the Oscar conversation. Three months of screenings and cocktail receptions and glad-handing have done little to alter the...
  • 'Picky' Julia Roberts is focused on being a mom

    'Picky' Julia Roberts is focused on being a mom
    Julia Roberts' top priority is her family, not her career. And that's totally fine with her.  In a recent interview with The Times' Amy Kaufman, the "August: Osage County" star opened up about prioritizing her home life and often putting her children --...
  • Julia Roberts: From America's Sweetheart to neighborhood mom

     Julia Roberts: From America's Sweetheart to neighborhood mom
    "How are your kids, hon?" a woman asked Julia Roberts after stopping the actress on a Pacific Palisades sidewalk. She was a familiar neighborhood face to Roberts, and so the two caught up for a few minutes, hugged and parted ways. Here, in the tony...
  • Hollywood is losing the race for ethnic and gender inclusion

    Hollywood is losing the race for ethnic and gender inclusion
    If you're among the small number of directors or actors who isn't white, there is finally some cause to be excited about what's happening in Hollywood. For the first time in Academy Awards history, a black man — British filmmaker Steve McQueen...
  • Is 'Saving Mr. Banks' too hard on 'Mary Poppins' creator?

     Is 'Saving Mr. Banks' too hard on 'Mary Poppins' creator?
    In the winter of 1933, in a thatched cottage in Sussex, England, a complicated woman named Pamela "P.L." Travers began to write "Mary Poppins," the first in a series of novels that would inspire the beloved 1964 Walt Disney movie and supply generations of...
  • 'Gravity' edges 'Butler' for most overrated movie of 2013

    'Gravity' edges 'Butler' for most overrated movie of 2013
    Some said it changed cinema. Others said it was a technical achievement that fell far short in the story and character departments. It’s the latter group that had its say on New Year’s Eve, as  ‘Gravity,’ Alfonso Cuaron’s...
  • Directors guild and studios reach deal on new film and TV contract

    Directors guild and studios reach deal on new film and TV contract
    After three weeks of negotiations, the Directors Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers said they had reached an agreement on a new TV and film contract. Neither side, however, commented on the terms of the...
  • Oprah Winfrey lauded at 'Power 100' Women in Entertainment Breakfast

    Oprah Winfrey lauded at 'Power 100' Women in Entertainment Breakfast
    The event: The Hollywood Reporter’s “Power 100” Women in Entertainment Breakfast, honoring Oprah Winfrey with the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award, presented to her by former California First Lady Maria Shriver. The program: TV host...
  • DGA board approves film and TV contract

    DGA board approves film and TV contract
    The national board of the Directors Guild of America on Saturday voted in favor of a new three-year film and TV contract that includes proposed increases in wages, residuals and significant new pay terms for work in new media. The contract, which must...
  • 'American Horror Story's' Jessica Lange at ease in the shadows

     'American Horror Story's' Jessica Lange at ease in the shadows
    Jessica Lange sees an end in sight. Shrinking into her all-black ensemble in a cold Beverly Hills hotel room, the 64-year-old actress fidgets with her sleeves as she talks about her version of a five-year plan. "I am coming to the end of acting,"...
  • DGA and studios agree to begin contract negotiations

    DGA and studios agree to begin contract negotiations
    The Directors Guild of America and the group representing the major Hollywood studios have agreed to begin contract negotiations next month, nearly seven months before the expiration of the current agreement. The DGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture...