Danny McBride mixed the profane with a touch of the profound in last year's low-budget feature "The Foot Fist Way," but it turns out the movie was just a warm-up act for the tonal tightrope in his…
Back in the race: Having won or been nominated, these guys remain in the running.
Toni Collette isn't lacking for challenges in "The United States of Tara."
Back in the race: Having won or been nominated, these ladies remain in the running.
New showrunners must innovate while honoring the past.
Finding a spot on the crowded reality map is the big challenge now for first-season programs.
Four years ago, Rachel McAdams was ShoWest's Supporting Actress of the Year. This year, she has moved on up to Female Star of the Year, an ascent McAdams appreciates, but only with a grain of salt.
As the number of full-time film critics hovers just above the century mark, Roger Ebert's prominence in the embattled profession can't be overstated.
Like many people -- at least those who aren't compulsive gamblers -- Bradley Cooper can take about 48 hours of Las Vegas before feeling the itch to leave.
Frank Marshall began his movie career assisting director Peter Bogdanovich with his late-1960s to mid-'70s run of films -- "Targets," "The Last Picture Show," "What's Up, Doc?" and "Paper Moon."
Frank Marshall has produced some of the biggest hits in movie history, but it's his work on a project few people have ever seen that has film lovers frothing.