Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences wants to honor Peter O'Toole, but he's not sure he wants to be saluted.
The film biz, from Hollywood to New York to Sundance, last week was abuzz with talk of Sherry Lansing stepping down from her longtime job at Paramount. The rumor must be accurate, it was reasoned…
There were three clear winners at the Jan. 19 Golden Globes: Miramax, HBO and the kudocast itself. The 87 voting members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. spread the wealth wide, saluting seven…
In the Directors Guild of America award noms announced Tuesday, Miramax accounted for 2½ of the five nominations. In the litany of thank-yous onstage at the Globes Sunday, one name was mentioned more…
It was Ladies' Night at the 60th annual Golden Globes as "Chicago" and "The Hours" -- films centering on women who are respectively murderous and suicidal -- took top honors as musical/comedy and…
Sunday's Golden Globes proved cable-ready: Out of 11 TV trophies, HBO easily dominated the competition with seven wins, while basic-cabler FX nabbed two, both for series "The Shield," and USA earned…
During awards season, Hollywood is populated with 24-hour party people. For a long time, it was a studio tradition to throw lavish fetes on Oscar night. But in the past few years, it's been spread…
If there's any trend with Oscar candidates this year, it's blurring lines. Aside from the confusion in the actors' race, there are other bewildering areas.
In its Oscar campaign for "Adaptation," Sony is pushing Meryl Streep for a supporting nom, but SAG Awards voters will be considering her in the lead category.
The American Film Institute welcomed a stellar turnout for an "AFI Awards 2002" luncheon that was energetic, fast and fun.