Stranger things have happened. The Mets won the 1969 World Series, Ken Jennings appeared on "Jeopardy!" for 74 consecutive shows, and former pro wrestler Jesse Ventura was voted governor of…
There are some directors who flourish because of their tight relationship with actors, or how they speak the same language as the d.p. Tommy Schlamme fits those criteria well. But what he finds more…
Only a handful of times throughout Oscar's long history have there been years when the best picture race is the most wide open of the major categories, but one could easily make that case right now.
The Police are back in business. The rock trio -- Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers -- will reunite and open the Grammy Awards on Feb. 11 from the Staples Center. Kudocast is on CBS.
Gwen Stefani will promote her newly released "Sweet Escape" disc with a North American tour that will kick off in San Diego.
Not bad for an indie studio that wasn't even in existence less than three years ago. Formed on the shores at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival, Picturehouse found itself as a major player in the Oscar…
For those who said "Basic Instinct 2" would never be remembered come awards season, there's always the Razzies. The Sharon Stone sequel scored seven Razzies, including picture and actress, for the…
Though they may not be on everyone's list, it would be foolish to count out those thesps hovering under the radar.
NBC is happy with its "Identity." Gameshow hosted by Penn Jillette that had a one-week tryout in late December will be coming back to the Peacock in March. No time or date have been set.
NBC has renewed "The Office," "My Name Is Earl," "Heroes" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" for the 2007-08 season. News is not unexpected, especially for newcomer "Heroes," which is the…