Forget about next week's Oscar ceremony -- let's talk about next year. The 2004 Oscar rites may portend the least-noticed production deadlines in Hollywood history. The Academy decided to move up the…
Has Oscar campaigning reached Orange Alert? Ric Robertson, exec administrator of the Academy, said Wednesday that the org is "greatly concerned about several disturbing campaign tactics" in the…
To some reporters, Oscar night is more about international politics than fashion, but Oscarcast producer Gil Cates on Monday reminded attendees of the Academy Awards nominees luncheon that the point…
And the Oscar goes to ... At this point, who knows? In most years, Oscar pundits declare a front-runner for most major categories. This year, with only a few weeks to go, there is little consensus on…
The glamour! The excitement! Only in Hollywood could you find a slew of photographers feverishly snapping away at a boxful of envelopes.
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“Chicago” is about murder, betrayal and manipulation. And it's the closest thing to a feel-good movie among this year's Oscar nominees for best picture. Some have described 2002 as a bit of a bummer…
Usually, the Academy Awards best-film race contains three or four December openers, but all five of the current best-picture contenders opened in the last two weeks of the year. No wonder there's…
Even if it had no extras, film fans should rejoice in the DVD bow of "Trouble in Paradise," the impossibly swanky and delightful Ernst Lubitsch-directed comedy. But the Criterion Collection has…
Our Academy Award expert lists a handful of interesting facts about this year's crop of nominees.