With the imminent departure of "Friends," "Frasier" and "Sex and the City," are we in for a long dry spell without smart, funny, Emmy-worthy sitcoms?
"Fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be a bumpy night." "Miss Caswell is an actress, a graduate of the Copacabana School of Dramatic Arts." The dialogue is sacred to film buffs: Joseph L…
Those of us who have been around long enough to remember the surprising sounds of "Switched-On Bach" will also recall a time when acoustic instruments were the only game in town. Most pop tunes are…
Unlike the Oscars, the Golden Globes dispense with live TV performances of their five song nominees. They simply play a few bars of the soundtrack recordings as each nom is announced.
"I was a little scared, a little daunted," says Ed Harris of the role of Richard, a poet dying of AIDS, in "The Hours." "But I like those challenges, so I was ready."
"The Quiet American" might still be languishing on the shelf if Michael Caine hadn't personally lobbied Miramax chief Harvey Weinstein on the film's Oscar potential.
Handicapping the Oscars is a parlor game that everyone likes to play, and when it comes to the music categories, Hollywood's composing community is no different. Everyone tries to guess the nominees…