The competition for this year's comedy series Emmy will be anything but funny.
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Georgia television production has long been known for "In the Heat of the Night," but a crop of popular newcomers -- "Drop Dead Diva" and "Vampire Diaries" -- have focused the smallscreen spotlight…
Island-shooting locations in the tropics, such as Hawaii and Puerto Rico, offer lush backdrops that draw actors and directors. Other islands entice productions via their unique landscapes.
The puppets used in "Fantastic Mr. Fox" have all the hair and makeup needs of much taller stars.
With 10 film noms and only five for helming, getting passed over loses stigma.
As the main characters of "Precious" and "The Hurt Locker" navigate the very different dangers that threaten their lives, the editors of both films sought to bring the audience along for the…
"Avatar" and "District 9," both in the editing Oscar race, feature similar themes, but James Cameron's dreamlike epic stands in sharp contrast to the neorealistic, gritty vibe of Neill Blomkamp's…
Before the economic downturn separated many fashionistas from the cash they once used at high-end boutiques, TLC's "What Not to Wear" had already been advocating smart shopping at more reasonably…
George Clooney's cross-country journey to send workers to the unemployment line in "Up in the Air" couldn't be more different from Jeremy Renner's quest to defuse bombs in "The Hurt Locker.