It's shaping up as a boffo 21 days for "Thirteen Days." So far this month, the New Line pic has been screened at the White House, for Congress, and shown 220 miles above Earth.
THERE IT WAS, in the Jan. 26 ads for “The Wedding Planner”: a quote from Curtis Waller of MTV Radio, hailing the film as “The best date movie of the year!” Clearly, Mr. Waller knows that this phrase…
With 34 finalists, NBC led the pack of noms in the third annual TV Guide Awards, trailed by CBS with 20. Winners will be announced in 21 categories Feb. 24 at the Shrine Expo Center in Los Angeles…
In the height of Oscar season, Academy members are finding their mailboxes filled with ballots, screening cassettes -- and now junk mail.
WITH NATPE IN FULL SWING, it’s time for a word of praise for the syndicated “Jerry Springer.” Most TV series depict the world as it should be; “Springer” portrays the world as it is. The guests are…
VISIT GOLDEN GLOBES 2001 FOR FULL COVERAGEIt was an evening of Roman slaves and roamin' rockers at the 58th annual Golden Globe Awards Sunday night, as "Gladiator" and "Almost Famous" took home top…
Some projects are launched with a lot of money, a lot of fanfare and a lot of anticipation. And the rest is silence. In 1979, United Artists paid $2.5 million for Gay Talese's "Thy Neighbor's Wife."…
Studios and indies are putting a lot of time, energy and money into something they're not even sure they believe in: screeners. This year, the annual flurry of videocassettes mailed to Oscar voters…
Journalists love stories about journalists. And when the onscreen reporter lives in San Diego, is there any doubt what film would win top honors from the San Diego Film Critics Society? DreamWorks'…
Oscar and Tony winner Jason Robards Jr. died Tuesday at age 78 at Bridgeport Hospital in Fairfield, Conn. after a lengthy battle with cancer.