The competish was so fierce they had to nominate an even half dozen.
The dramas have stronger competish from the comedies than at any time in recent memory. But where are the musicals?
Coming off a year when few films featured black casts, George Lucas is confident that things are about to change.
A higher quote. More offers. Better opportunities. All of the above. What exactly does an Oscar nomination or win mean for Hollywood's decorated scribes?
Perhaps no genre faces more obstacles than the movie musical
With no fewer than five studio-backed musicals scheduled to unspool this year, the genre will be impossible to ignore at the multiplex.
Scribes get a grip on their fantasies, as well as reality
A movie premiere is an odd place to launch a political career, but that didn't stop "The Iron Lady" helmer Phyllida Lloyd from throwing her weight behind Meryl Streep. "Meryl for president!" Lloyd…
When "The Lincoln Lawyer" author Michael Connelly wanted to spread the word about his new tome, he took an unconventional approach.
With the stage version of "War Horse" playing next door, Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York offered an ideal venue for the world premiere of Steven Spielberg's bigscreen adaptation.
There's never a dull moment at Relativity. Though the company inked a flurry of pacts in 2010, this past year wasn't exactly a breather, says Shamo.