The doppelgang's all here, as voters this have more than a few timely twosomes to choose from.
The March 23 Oscar ceremony will be a milestone -- and possibly the end of an era. On that evening, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will be celebrating the 75th annual rites, the…
The Oscar move forward for next year has had a ripple effect on the rest of the kudo calendar. Here is an update on some of the date changes thus far:
Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela, Whoopi Goldberg and U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan have joined forces for "World Action Concert: An Evening of Hope and Commitment," to be held next May 5 at Radio…
Thailand is putting more bang into Bangkok with the fifth Bangkok Intl. Film Festival, running Jan. 10-21. Event, featuring more than 70 films from 35 countries, expects to double last year's…
Thailand is putting more bang into Bangkok. The Thai government has stepped up its involvement in the Bangkok Intl. Film Festival, intent on underlining the word "international."
Hollywood has always been in the intensive scare unit. Ever since Thomas Edison filmed "Frankenstein" in 1908, the film biz has loved to raise goosebumps. Europeans dominated the silent era with such…
Universal's "The Truth About Charlie" is a romantic suspenser about deception and altering identities, but the onscreen characters aren't the only ones changing their names.
In a revamped kudos format, the American Film Institute will announce honorees of AFI Awards 2002 on Dec. 16, with a nontelevised luncheon slated Jan. 16 to honor the creative types involved.
Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
It's pretty hard to resist this big "Mamma." Three years after it opened, "Mamma Mia!" is still a sellout in the West End, and even during Broadway's slowest weeks, it does boffo biz in New York. The…