The Nov. 16 death of Ronni Chasen was shocking to Hollywood folk for many reasons.
Certain phrases are outdated -- "You sound like a broken record," "He's burning the midnight oil" -- but we all understand what they mean, even though very few people are using phonograph records or…
The AMPAS board of governors will hold one of its regularly scheduled meetings tonight and it's likely they will address all the talk about possibly moving the Academy Awards earlier by as much as a…
Variety.com unveils today a digital version of the paper's 105-year archives.
It's clear that Venice has had a long love affair with film.
With their choices for this year's Governors Awards, the AMPAS board came up with a roster that is decidedly unusual, un-Hollywood and undriven by TV ratings.
Filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola will receive the Thalberg Award and historian Kevin Brownlow, director Jean-Luc Godard and actor Eli Wallach will receive honorary Oscars at the Academy of Motion…
Tom Sherak has been re-elected prexy of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, his second consecutive stint in the one-year post.
This week, Variety offers our third theme issue, following December's music and decade-wrap editions.
The Lapps have at least 50 words for snow. Yet we have only one word for bloggers. Clearly, we are doing something wrong.
Box office analysis is tricky, but for some reason, everyone wants to do it, and everyone has their own interpretation.
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