The 2014 Summer Movie Season is now over - and we have awards for the best, worst, most disturbing and downright WTF films released May - August.
We present Screen Rant’s Summer 2014 Movie Awards, interview the directors of 'Captain America 3' (Anthony and Joe Russo), discuss a 'Full House' revival, and recap the 66th Emmy Awards.
Arlene Dahl for Desert Legionvia Not Pulp Covers I love this. The costuming should have won an award! And how about that sultry look? It is classic not only for what it is portraying but for a picture of 1953 movie making.Beware if you explore Not Pulp Covers. Show More Summary
The movie Jon Stewart took off from the Daily Show to direct last summer, Rosewater, is out this November, right at the kickoff of awards flick season. Has Jon Stewart made the kind of high-minded prestige film destined for Oscar greatness? Maybe! The first trailer certainly positions the movie to be more serious than what we're used to seeing from Stewart. Read more...
Having won multiple awards for 2008’s Waltz With Bashir, an animated reminiscence of his experiences in the 1982 Lebanon War, Israeli filmmaker Ari Folman has gone for broke with his followup, The Congress. Not since Southland TalesShow More Summary
As summer goes gentle into that good night, let's look ahead to all the wonders of the fall movie season. As Hollywood gears up for awards season, here are all the movies you'll want to see this fall. "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby" (Sept. Show More Summary
Comedy's top names bring movie jabs, revamped theme songs and a moving tribute read more
The 2014 Emmy Awards may have been all about television. But movie fans took note of a 110-second commercial plopped down in the middle of the broadcast. It featured new footage from Gone Girl, David Fincher's upcoming adaption of Gillian...Show More Summary
The Normal Heart director Ryan Murphy, accepting his award Outstanding Television Movie, used his time onstage to urge young people to become activists in the mold Larry Kramer, on whom the film was based. “We’re going to use the rest of our time to ask young people watching to become Larry Kramers: to find a [...]
In the midst of last night's Emmy Awards, one of the highlights turned the focus back to movies: a brand-new teaser for David Fincher's upcoming thriller Gone Girl. This new teaser does an impressive job setting up the story's twists and turns without giving too much away. Show More Summary
Last night’s 66th Primetime Emmy Awards proceeded with such efficiency—too bad the whole “speed things up by giving all the drama awards to Breaking Bad” strategy will never work again—that it was difficult for any trends or themes to emerge. Show More Summary
She had a blast at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, and yesterday (August 25) Kim Kardashian stepped out for a social call at The Peninsula in Beverly Hills, California. The “Disaster Movie” dame looked gorgeous in a white cropShow More Summary
It was a night filled with movie stars, baby bumps, unexpected makeout sessions and... oh, right, some awards as well. The 2014 Emmys aired live from Los Angeles last night, with Seth Meyers dutifully handling hosting duties and Billy...Show More Summary
The Emmys welcomed plenty of movie stars to television's biggest awards show, including Julia Roberts, Woody Harrelson, Kevin Spacey, Mark Ruffalo and the reigning Oscar winner for best actor, Matthew McConaughey. All were sent home empty-handed.
At the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, Kathy Bates took home Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for her work on "American Horror Story: Coven," which she said afterward in the press room was just as much a surprise to her as to anyone. Show More Summary
Halle Berry brought her big screen elegance to television Monday night, Aug. 25, as a presenter for the 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards. The 48-year-old, who presented the award for Outstanding Drama Series, stunned in a gorgeous pink gown with a thigh-high slit. Show More Summary
When Jessica Lange won the Miniseries or Movie Lead Actress Emmy at the 66th Emmy Awards, no one was especially surprised she won for her role as the fierce Supreme Fiona Goode in Ryan Murphy's "American Horror Story: Coven." Somewhat...Show More Summary
Ryan Murphy accepted the award for Best Television Movie on behalf of "The Normal Heart" at the 66th Emmy Awards.In his speech he thanks the people at HBO, his wonderful cast and The Hulk and Erin Brokovich (Mark Ruffalo and Julia Roberts)...Show More Summary
The Normal Heart took home the award for Outstanding Television Movie at the 66th Primetime Emmys tonight. Director Ryan Murphy accepted the award - joined on stage by Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons, Julia Roberts, and Larry Kramer (wearing...
By Mary Milliken and Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - "Fargo," the TV re-imagining of the Coen brothers' cult film, won best miniseries at the Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, while HBO's "The Normal Heart" earned best TV movie honors for its depiction of the early fight against AIDS. Show More Summary