Bet on it: There will be rats in this year's Oscar race.
"Heckler" is a claws-out look at the often brutal relationship between performers and their most vocal critics.
UFO-spotting crazies and their fellow conspiracy theorists have a friend in Dale Sweeney in "I'll Believe You," an off-kilter extraterrestrial comedy about the host of the lowest-rated AM talkradio…
In blogger-turned-screenwriter Cody's mind, "Juno" was always a comedy. It was the idea's heart that caught her by surprise. "Apparently, I was alone in thinking that the idea of an unwanted teenage…
This was the year multihyphenate Perry proved to the world what black auds already knew: He doesn't need a housedress to pull in the crowds.
For most people, the thought of a rat in a four-star French restaurant would inspire screams, not smiles. Even Bird remembers being intimidated by the concept, which had been kicking around Pixar…
The Canadian helmer's sensibilities may have been too outre for Oscar in the past (prior to "A History of Violence," "The Fly" was his only film to win anything -- for makeup).
Not since 1971 has one person earned two noms in Oscar's cinematography category in the same year.
Like "Atonement" director and fellow Brit Joe Wright, costume designer Durran has worked with Keira Knightley before, earning an Oscar nom for "Pride & Prejudice" in the process.
As Steven Spielberg's cinematographer of choice, Polish d.p. Kaminski hadn't worked for another director in more than a decade when he took on Julian Schnabel's "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,"…