James Franco is facing double duty on Oscar night, as a lead actor nominee for "127 Hours" and as co-host of the kudocast with Anne Hathaway. But he welcomes the distraction.
"Black Swan" producer Brian Oliver says pic's brooding material makes its box-office success a curiousity, but not its acting nominations -- of which there should've been more.
Randy Newman isn't about to let a little virus dampen his milestone Oscar nomination for "We Belong Together," his original song in "Toy Story 3."
Tom Hooper absorbed the news of "The King's Speech" haul of Oscar noms in style, on the patio at the Chateau Marmont.
"The Fighter" helmer David O. Russell slept well on Monday night because he knows what the movie has meant to the family of boxer Mickey Ward and the people of Lowell, Mass.
Amy Adams has gone from pugilists to puppets. After getting the good news about her supporting actress nom for "The Fighter," the thesp went to work on Disney's Muppet feature.
For "How to Train Your Dragon" composer John Powell, toons have a built-in advantage when it comes to writing the score.
Jennifer Lawrence was primed to go back to bed after the getting the good news of her first Oscar nom, for "Winter's Bone."
Melissa Leo couldn't have asked for a better showcase than her role as the overbearing mother in "The Fighter," which earned her a supporting actress nom.
Paul Franklin, VFX supervisor for "Inception," says bringing helmer Christopher Nolan's mindbending dreamscape to life was integral to constructing the film's narrative. "The big difference was that…
"How to Train Your Dragon" was a risky project for DreamWorks Animation in that it was a departure from the studio's traditional toon comedies with a story that hinged on a father-son relationship.