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MD Reviews: Short Cuts 2015, Part 1

Once again, ShortsHD The Short Movie Channel (a.k.a. ShortsTV) has theatrically released this year's Academy Award nominated animated, live action and documentary short films. These special programs are usually the only way for most movie fans to see these otherwise illusive short film nominees that can make our break your office Oscar pool. Show More Summary

Actor Ken Watanabe Postpones Return To Broadway Following Cancer Surgery

1 hour agoNews : Huffington Post

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese actor Ken Watanabe, an Academy Award nominee for his performance in the movie "The Last Samurai" and lauded in the recent Broadway revival of "The King and I," is fighting stomach cancer and will have to postpone...Show More Summary

Newswire: Sex toys, vaping, and $275 toilet paper among this year’s Oscars fringe benefits

Amid all the glitz and glamour of the red carpet and boring movie talk, sometimes the true reason for the awards season is forgotten: Giving celebrities free stuff and validation that they don’t really need, because they’re already rich and famous. Show More Summary

Ryan Coogler thanks Sly -- eventually -- in accepting AARP award for intergenerational movie

13 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

When Ryan Coogler accepted the AARP Movies for Grownups award for best intergenerational film Monday night, he went out of his way to thank a few people from previous generations for helping make him who he is today.  Among them? Producer Irwin Winkler, who was onstage with him, and his parents,...

Inside the AARP’s Movies for Grownups Awards

"Spotlight," Michael Douglas and more were honored at the annual ceremony.

Michael Douglas Honored At Star-Studded AARP's Movie For GrownUps Awards!

Michael Douglas holds hands with his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones while hitting the red carpet at AARP’s 2016 Movie For GrownUps Awards held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on Monday (February 8) in Los Angeles. The happy couple were joined by Mark Ruffalo, Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston and his wife Robin Dearden, Bette Midler, Laura Dern, [...]

Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones Marriage: How Are The Hollywood Couple Really Doing?

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones have faced a few rocky moments in their marriage and have gracefully moved past them. The pair were spotted at AARP’s 15th Annual Movies for Grownups Awards on Monday in Beverly Hills. The glamorous couple looked happy and more in love than ever while on the red carpet. Show More Summary

U.S. Marines, Navy Seals, Benghazi and the LifeSite mission

In thanking Legatus for their award to us, I explained the relevance of the movie 13 Hours and the sacrifices and efforts of the soldiers in Benghazi that fateful Sept. 11, 2012, to the work that our entire team does every day for LifeSite.

Trip Report – Awesome Business Class on SriLankan A330-300 – AA oneworld Redemption LHR-CMB

Wow, what an unexpected award redemption! The 10.5 hour flight was on a brand new A330 from London (LHR) to Colombo (CMB). Awesome service, a great seat / lie-flat bed, wifi, yummy food and a large movie library on a fast and responsive IFE system. Show More Summary

Jill Soloway: ‘Movies Are the Male Gaze’

Jill Soloway may be living proof that a female director can win Emmy awards and plaudits for a groundbreaking show that turns gender roles on their heads, but ask her about the kind of stories coming out of Hollywood right now, and Soloway will tell you we’ve still got a... More »

Daniel Gerson, Monsters, Inc. and Big Hero 6 Screenwriter, Dead at 49

Daniel Gerson, co-writer of several Disney/Pixar movies, including Monsters, Inc., Monsters University and Academy Award winner Big Hero 6, died on Feb. 6 after a battle with brain cancer. He was 49. Remember other celebrities we've lost this year Gerson began his career in the late '90s as a writer... Read More > Other Links From Daniel Gerson Monsters, Inc.

Michael Keaton Worked Intimately With His Real-Life ‘Spotlight’ Character To Hone His Performance

Michael Keaton plays a pivotal role in the movie Spotlight, which has been nominated for six Academy Awards this year, including the coveted Best Picture award, reports People. The film is loosely based on real-life events that occurred 13 years ago, revolving around a team of investigative journalists at the Boston Globe who work together... Show More Summary

Christina Aguilera Crashes Hayden Panettiere's 'Lady Marmalade' Performance On 'Lip Sync Battle'

If you were like us, the "Lady Marmalade" number at the 2001 MTV Movie Awards not only set you on the unfortunate path of being a Mýa stan for life, but also deeply defined your teenage identity. Well, it looks like when a young Hayden...Show More Summary

Comcast Lets You Relive Classic Movie Moments in New Oscars Campaign

Everyone loves movies—and it's safe to say that Oscars viewers could use a quick refresher on the history of the Academy Awards, which have always been a magnet for both glamour and controversy. This year, telecom giant Comcast wants...Show More Summary

Winners Announced for the 2016 NAACP Image Awards

The organization honored entertainers, filmmakers, movies, television shows, music, and works of literature.

Will the Directors Guild Awards help clarify the Oscars races?

3 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

With less than a month to go until the Academy Awards, it seems there's still little consensus about which film be named best picture. Last weekend, the top prize given out by the Screen Actors Guild — the movie ensemble award — went to the investigative journalism tale "Spotlight," directed by...

Which Movie Will Win Best Picture At The Oscars, According To Super Bowl Players

In the movie world, we're all very focused on our big event coming up, the Academy Awards. If you're a sports fan, you also have a big event that's even closer, the Super Bowl. So if you're a movie website who has found yourself smack...Show More Summary

The Awards Show Show: The Big Short Director Adam McKay on His Awards-Season Front-runner

This week on The Awards Show Show, Vulture's Kyle Buchanan and KPCC's John Horn sit down with Adam McKay, the director of one of this awards season's biggest movies, The Big Short. What does Adam make of the movie's recent PGA win? Why was this dense economic dramedy easier to... More »

The 9th Annual Movie Dearest Dearie Awards

For the ninth year in a row, Movie Dearest takes a look back and celebrates the year that was with a salute to the best in film, television and the stage with the 2015 Movie Dearest Awards, a.k.a. the "Dearies"! And the winners are... Show More Summary

‘The Revenant’: 8 Facts About The Real Story Behind The Film

The Revenant is perhaps the most talked about movie this awards season and is nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. The movie is based on the real-life story of fur trapper Hugh Glass and it is intimidating in its power and majesty. Show More Summary

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