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  • Critic's Notebook: The comedy and drama of Golden Globe categories

    Critic's Notebook: The comedy and drama of Golden Globe categories
    Here's a modest proposal for the Golden Globe Awards telecast Sunday night: Make the presenters wear tragic masks when reading the nominations in the drama categories and comic masks when reading the nominations in the musical/comedy categories. That...
  • '12 Years a Slave,' 'Philomena' among USC Scripter nominees

    '12 Years a Slave,' 'Philomena' among USC Scripter nominees
    The authors and screenwriters of "Captain Phillips," "Philomena," "The Spectacular Now," "12 Years a Slave" and "What Maisie Knew" have been nominated for the 26th USC Libraries Scripter Award. Unlike other feature film awards, the Scripter Award honors...
  • Art Directors Guild nominations: Complete list

    Art Directors Guild nominations: Complete list
    NOMINEES FOR EXCELLENCE IN PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A FEATURE FILM IN 2013: Period film "American Hustle" -- production designer: Judy Becker "The Great Gatsby" -- production designer: Catherine Martin "Inside Llewyn Davis" -- production designer: Jess...
  • Billboard shake-up puts Hollywood Reporter's Janice Min in charge

    Billboard shake-up puts Hollywood Reporter's Janice Min in charge
    Should we brace ourselves for Billboard’s Hot 30 Music Biz Rumors chart? Who knows, but expect significant changes soon with this week’s announcement that  Hollywood Reporter editorial director Janice Min will take the helm at Billboard as...
  • Defense chief reviewing Medal of Honor case for Marine killed in Iraq

    Defense chief reviewing Medal of Honor case for Marine killed in Iraq
    The U.S. Secretary of Defense is "familiarizing himself" with the history of one of the most controversial actions from the war in Iraq: the decision not to award the Medal of Honor to a Marine from San Diego killed in Fallouja in 2004. While not a full...
  • Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan grab DGA TV nominations

    Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan grab DGA TV nominations
    The Directors Guild of America announced the nominees for its awards for TV and commercials Thursday morning, and "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston and creator Vince Gilligan both received nominations, though Cranston's nomination was not just for...
  • Marvin Hamlisch, musical multi-tasker, is remembered in a documentary

    Marvin Hamlisch, musical multi-tasker, is remembered in a documentary
    Marvin Hamlisch was a 6-year-old prodigy when he was accepted into the Juilliard School of Music. He went on to train intensively with the goal of becoming the next great classical pianist. But Hamlisch ultimately decided to play a different tune, a...
  • Sony Classics to release Woody Allen's 'Magic in the Moonlight'

    Sony Classics to release Woody Allen's 'Magic in the Moonlight'
    Continuing the relationship that has yielded such recent box office successes as "Midnight in Paris" and "Blue Jasmine," Sony Pictures Classics will release Woody Allen's next film, "Magic in the Moonlight." This will be the seventh collaboration...
  • 'Lone Survivor' likely to top 'Frozen' at weekend box office

    'Lone Survivor' likely to top 'Frozen' at weekend box office
    "Lone Survivor," Universal Pictures' military drama about a mission gone wrong, could ambush "Frozen" at the box office this weekend, as "The Legend of Hercules" joins the fray and "Her" and "August: Osage County" enter more theaters.  The Afghanistan...
  • Golden Globes voters: Who, and where, are they?

    Golden Globes voters: Who, and where, are they?
    Pound for pound, the relatively few members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. are some of the most powerful folks in show business come award season. Snicker all you want, but even if the Golden Globe Awards handed out by the HFPA don't match the...
  • Dale T. Mortensen dies at 74; Northwestern professor won economics Nobel

    Dale T. Mortensen dies at 74; Northwestern professor won economics Nobel
    Longtime Northwestern University professor Dale T. Mortensen, who shared the 2010 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences with two other Americans for their work explaining how unemployment can remain high despite a large number of job openings, has died. He was...