Supporting roles can be large in scale or a key accent to a film. It's the impact, not screen time, that matters when contemplating Oscar noms, and the following performers fill that criteria.
In John Sayles' intricately woven ensemble piece "Sunshine State," Edie Falco was far from the Garden State environs of "The Sopranos."
Pachyderms on parade -- that was the scene Sunday afternoon as several elephants and other critters made their way down Sunset Boulevard to participate in "The Wild Thornberrys" preem.
Awards voters love teachers. And maybe because most teachers earn a ridiculously low salary, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences figures the least it can do is reward them with Oscar noms.
It certainly wasn't the first time Steven Spielberg took the science fiction route, but this time he had the world's most bankable star at his disposal: Tom Cruise.
A few months ago, Michael Caine urged Miramax topper Harvey Weinstein to release "The Quiet American" this year so that it might be eligible for the coming award season.
The fall premieres have launched and the Nielsens are registering hits and misses. All that's left is to start handing out awards. While some view the Golden Globes as a barometer of Oscar…
Landing a Golden Globes nomination can be a crucial step toward a successful Oscar campaign, but it's not mandatory, as evidenced by several films and perfs over the past few years.
Greg Berlanti knows teen angst. This time, however, there will be a complicated father-son relationship to unravel. Oh, and it's going to be a lot colder, too.
Cable hot shots
Graham Yost isn't concerned that "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," the No. 1-rated drama, is told in a linear fashion. The fact that the hugely popular "Law & Order" franchise is a by-the-numbers…