Mom-to-be Keira Knightley looked lovely in a feminine Burberry tea-length dress with Chanel jewels and Jimmy Choo pumps while attending The Writers Guild Awards at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles, California on Valentine's...Show More Summary
Celebrated novelist George R.R. Martin appeared at the Writers Guild West Awards event this weekend. Much to the surprise of many fans, it was revealed during the interview that apparently, "Game of Thrones" showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are more vicious than him when it comes to character deaths.
The 2015 Writers Guild Awards were announced over the weekend and some prominent TV newsers are among the winners. The TV News Script – Regularly Scheduled, Bulletin or Breaking Report award went to Dave Bloch, Lisa Ferri and Diane Sawyer...Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin made a rare appearance at the Writers Guild West Awards on Saturday! He brought with him some disturbing news that he unleashed on the unsuspecting audience… People are going to die in season five of Game of Thrones who DON'T die in the books!! We'll give you a minute to pick your jaw up off [...]
Stepping out for a swanky evening, Keira Knightley showed up at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Century City on Saturday night for the 2015 Writers Guild Awards. Joined by her screenwriter pal Graham Moore, the preggers “Pirates of...Show More Summary
Naughty Dog has won yet another award for The Last Of Us. The survival horror adventure's Left Behind DLC was one of the winners at the Writers Guild of America awards over the weekend.Click To Continue Reading
The Writers Guild of America Awards were handed out on Saturday night.
HBO’s Game of Thrones may not go on forever. In addition, the TV series may even kill off characters that don’t die in the books, according to the series’ author George R.R. Martin. In an interview at The Writers Guild West Awards with showbiz411 Martin revealed the news. Show More Summary
In an awards season dominated by “Boyhood” and “Birdman,” the Writers Guild of America on Saturday honored two different choices.
George R.R. Martin was recent speaker at the Writers Guild West Awards and dropped a bombshell on Game of Thrones fans while talking with the press afterwards. Was it about the release of The Winds of Winter? No, it wasn’t that, but Martin does have a prediction to make about fan reaction to Game of […]
Unlike more freewheeling ceremonies of the past, this year's awards were a buttoned-down affair.
With just one week to go until the 87th Academy Awards, the Writers Guild of America has chimed in with the winners of the 2015 WGA Awards. Last year, the top honors in film resulted in Her and Captain Phillips taking home the original and adapted screenplay awards with Stories We Tell taking home the documentary screenplay honors. Show More Summary
Wes Anderson’s magnum opus The Grand Budapest Hotel took home the honor for Best Original Screenplay at this weekend’s Writers Guild Association awards against a strong field of fellow Oscar contenders that included Boyhood, Foxcatcher, Nightcrawler, and Whiplash, reports Josh Rottenberg of the L.A. Show More Summary
Oscar nominees “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “The Imitation Game” were among the winners at the Writers Guild of America’s awards Saturday.
Destiny's development team has a new member. Guild Wars 2 writer John Ryan announced over Twitter this week that he's joined Bungie.Click To Continue Reading
Last night, the Writers Guild honored Shonda Rhimes with the Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award, which is given to a person who has made "outstanding contributions" to television writing. A dashing Scott Foley, who plays Jake Ballard on Scandal, gave a thoughtful introduction, making self-deprecating jokes about how he passed on... More »
It may be a slow process, but Bungie has shown an ability to adapt to fan concerns about Destiny with updates to the game. These days, Legendary Engrams don’t turn into Rare items anymore, and as of this week, they’ve added a way to check faction reputation in the inventory screen. There are still a […]
There are about 8,000 professional award shows every year, ranging in importance from Grammy to Oscar, but there’s only one that truly matters: The Writers Guild Awards. Obviously, writers are some of the most important people in the entire world, and that’s especially true for the entertainment industry. Show More Summary
You may have been baffled by Rust Cohle's incoherent Nihilistic babbling ("Time is a flat what?") on HBO's True Detective, but according to writers in the biz, it was excellent. The drama took home two trophies at the Writers Guild of...Show More Summary