Divorce? Easy. Premarital sex? You're joking. Homosexuality? Yawn. These topics -- once highly controversial or even proscribed from being mentioned, let alone depicted, onscreen -- are…
Virginia Madsen isn't shy about expressing her eagerness for entering Oscar race 2005.
In the next two months, dramatic fare such as "Ray," "Closer" and Sideways" will flood key Euro territories over a four-week frame nicknamed "Oscar Alley" by overseas distribs.
Laura Linney got downright bawdy in 2004. In "Kinsey," she and onscreen husband Liam Neeson do nothing but engage in explicit sex talk for nearly two hours.
Catalina Sandino Moreno is spoiled. Her first film, Joshua Marston's "Maria Full of Grace," proved such an intense, fulfilling experience that it'll be hard to duplicate.
"Ray" allowed Regina King to tackle one of the most complex and compelling roles of her young career -- Ray Charles' mistress and backup singer Margie Hendrix.
After more than 25 years of trying, Hollywood finally made Laura Dern blush. Having cast away her inhibitions in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet" and "Wild at Heart" and Alexander Payne's "Citizen Ruth,"…
Take a look back at Oscar's most talked-about pics, including "Lawrence of Arabia," "A Beautiful Mind," and "Patton."
Cate Blanchett was on the Santa Fe set of "The Missing," playing an American frontier woman -- one of many non-native accents for the Australian thesp -- when she got the call from Martin Scorsese…
Analysis: I am writing on Dec. 16, 2004. I stress that because I want to say that I know Clint Eastwood's "Million Dollar Baby" is going to win Best Picture at the Oscars early next year.
It's Mary Poppins against Scarlett O'Hara, Clint Eastwood, Steve McQueen and Luke Skywalker, and it's Jack Black against Spidey, Frodo, Neo and the Friedmans in this year's battle for top honors at…