"Monster's Ball" is a drama centering on the electric chair, but last week filmmakers were wondering: Who pulled the switch?
In "Mulholland Drive," fresh-scrubbed heroine Betty goes through a major identity crisis. But that's nothing compared to the what-am-I? dilemma for the actress who plays her, Naomi Watts.
The Oscar campaign trail has gotten wider this year. In a season of contradictions and question marks, Academy Awards campaigners are coming up with alternative ways of promoting their candidates…
All the wackiness and uncertainty of the awards season crystallized on Jan. 5, when the inaugural AFI Awards were held and the National Society of Film Critics named its winners.
The 59th annual Golden Globes majored in math, with a minor in music. "A Beautiful Mind," Universal/ DreamWorks' bio about troubled mathematician John Nash from Imagine Entertainment, won four…
The new year is only a few weeks old, but it may not be too soon to anoint the best press release of 2002.
James M. Horowitz has been boosted to exec veepee of business and legal affairs for Universal Pictures.
Jessica Alba, Annette Bening, Michael Caine, Hugh Jackman and Damon Wayans are the latest stars to join the 59th annual Golden Globe Awards, to be telecast on NBC Sunday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
Oscar did a little mail bonding this week. On Tuesday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and accounting firm Pricewaterhouse
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment's dual-disk release of "Moulin Rouge" is a knockout. Most current DVDs offer a few extras that help sell the title to consumers; they're the video equivalent…