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Ben Affleck Makes His Batman Sound Like A Psychopath

All the naysayers who hated Ben Affleck's Batman casting seemed to forget that the Academy Award winner is actually very, very intelligent. And just hearing him speak about Batman reminds you of that. Especially as he has just made him...Show More Summary

SNAPSHOT: THE FIRST ACADEMY AWARDS TELECAST, as spotted by Terry Teachout, who writes on “The open…

SNAPSHOT: THE FIRST ACADEMY AWARDS TELECAST, as spotted by Terry Teachout, who writes on “The opening of the twenty-fifth Academy Awards ceremony, the first to be televised. The ceremony, which took place on March 19, 1953, was introduced by Charles Brackett, co-author of the screenplays for The Lost Weekend and Sunset Boulevard, and began with […]

Audit: L.A. failed to collect $1.8 million in overtime reimbursements

The white-gloved officers who guide Los Angeles drivers through traffic jams and road closures during Dodgers games, the Academy Awards and other special events earned nearly $6 million in overtime in a single year.

Toymaker, studio bet on "Monopoly" movie

Script will be penned by Andrew Niccol, who was nominated for an Academy Award for writing "The Truman Show"

Laurence Fishburne To Play Alex Haley In History Channel's 'Roots' Remake

Academy Award nominee and Emmy Award winning actor Laurence Fishburne (Black-ish) is set to star as Alex Haley in the A+E Networks scripted event series ROOTS, it was announced today by Dirk Hoogstra, EVP & General Manager, HISTORY. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

Laurence Fishburne To Play Alex Haley In History Channel's 'Roots' Remake

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Academy Award nominee and Emmy Award winning actor Laurence Fishburne (Black-ish) is set to star as Alex Haley in the A+E Networks scripted event series ROOTS, it was announced today by Dirk Hoogstra, EVP & General Manager, HISTORY. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

Steve Jobs Trailer: “Ladies and Gentleman, Please Welcome…”

Sony Pictures has released the first full trailer for Steve Jobs, the film starring Michael Fassbender, directed by Academy Award winner Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire, 127 Hours, Trainspotting) and written by Academy Award winner Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network, Moneybag, A Few Good Men). Show More Summary

Ben Affleck Oscars Speech Alluded to Marital Problems in 2013

Ben Affleck tears up as he accepts the Best Picture Award for Argo at the 2013 Academy Awards, a moment that made headlines then. In light of the Ben Affleck-Jennifer Garner divorce bombshell of 2015, it's making even more, given his...Show More Summary

Heart-rending Trailer: Secrets In Their Eyes!

It takes a certain kind of brass to remake an Oscar®-winning film. Secrets In Their Eyes is an American remake of José Campanella’s 2009 film that won the Best Foreign Film Academy Award®. When a murder victim turns out to be the daughter...Show More Summary

Coming Distractions: Thankfully, the remake of Oscar winner The Secret In Their Eyes looks decent

At the 82nd Academy Awards, an Argentine film called The Secret In Their Eyes won Best Foreign Language Film, besting the more-buzzed-about The White Ribbon and A Prophet. Those who watched the film following its surprise Oscar win discovered...Show More Summary

‘Scout’ Does a Reading and Other Celebrations for ‘Go Set a Watchman’

4 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

In the classic 1962 film adaptation of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Mary Badham played the novel’s young narrator Jean Louise Finch, nicknamed Scout. She was nominated, at the tender age of 10, for an Academy Award for best supporting actress. Show More Summary

Why Brokeback Mountain's Producer Thinks It Lost Best Picture

At the 78th Academy Awards ceremony in 2006 a movie about two closeted gay cowboys and their complex relationship in the American West was at center stage. It was the first gay romance to hit the mainstream and grossed $178 million worldwide. Show More Summary

The Biggest Sex Symbols of the 1970s

A quintessential French beauty, Isabelle Adjani is perhaps best known to American audiences for her role in the 1988 film Camille Claudel, which won her an Academy Award nomination. But throughout the 1970s, Adjani made a name for herself as one of the sexiest young women on the big screen. Show More Summary

Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' Is Set For This Year’s San Diego Comic-Con With Cast!

The Weinstein Company (TWC) announced today that Academy Award® winning writer/director Quentin Tarantino and the cast of his upcoming feature THE HATEFUL EIGHT are set to make a huge splash at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The beloved...Show More Summary

Tavis Smiley: My Conversation With Kathy Bates on Ageism in Hollywood

Tonight I'm joined by Academy Award winner Kathy Bates. Throughout her remarkable career, she has delivered a number of iconic performances, including her breakthrough role in the 1990 film Misery and, more recently, her scene-stealing turn in the FX show American Horror Story. Show More Summary

Q&A: Adrien Brody Talks Dodge, His Famous Mother and Why He's Directing Ads Again

Adrien Brody has starred in dozen of films, and 12 years ago he took home the ultimate acting prize—the Best Actor Academy Award for The Pianist. (At 29, he was the youngest ever winner of that prize, and remains the only man under 30 to have won it.) But he wants to direct a feature. Show More Summary

2015 NBA Draft Suits: Grades for the Best and Worst Draft-Day Attire

The NBA draft has, over the years, morphed into something much like the Academy Awards. Basketball's brightest young stars take the stage for their big moment, and naturally, they want to look their best. Contemporary NBA draft fashion is about making a statement. Show More Summary

And the Academy (Museum) Goes to...Los Angeles!

Did you know that the little bronze Oscar statue weighs nearly 9 pounds? Or that a film has to have opened in the past year in Los Angeles County to qualify even being considered for an Academy Award? Gee whiz, seems there’s still quite...Show More Summary

Academy Gets Ready for a $30 Million Oscars Cybersquatting Trial

A five-year-old lawsuit against GoDaddy will go before a judge who will hear all about the history and value of the Academy Awards. read more

Oscars: Academy Tweaks Rules For Best Picture Producer Nominees, More

The Academy’s Board of Governors has approved new rules in its Best Picture category for producer credits for the 88th Academy Awards. To qualify as a producer nominee for a nominated picture, the producer must have been determined eligible...Show More Summary

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