The American Cinema Editors have opted for a mix of major studio vehicles and indie features in selecting nominations for their top feature awards, to be presented Feb. 20 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
The Directors Guild of America has tapped rookie nominees Frederick Bond, Andrew Douglas and Jim Jenkins along with three-timers Dante Ariola and Noam Murro for its commercials award trophy.
The Art Directors Guild has opted for a mix of big-budget spectacles and midscale offerings in its feature nominations for excellence in production design.
"The Aviator," "De-Lovely," "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban," "Hellboy," "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events," "The Passion of the Christ" and "The Sea Inside" are all in…
Actors who penned their own parts fared well Thursday in the Writers Guild of America's award nominations, which rewarded a quartet of biopics but also offered up a few surprises.
There's no shortage of opinions in Hollywood this time of year. Any so-called awards expert can tell you who will win, who should win and who can't win. But what if you're seeking something deeper…
It was another year of corporate drama at Disney. Michael Eisner announced he would step down as CEO in 2006, a very public court battle with former exec Michael Ovitz hogged headlines and protracted…
Warner saw the pleasures and the pitfalls of its tentpole strategy in 2004, hitting the heights with "Harry Potter" and the lows with "Catwoman." Still, it became the first studio to cross the $2…
Universal struggled through a lackluster 2004 -- then auds decided they were ready to "Meet the Fockers." Pic's boffo year-end box office -- $70 million in the first week alone -- arrived just in…
With "Spider-Man 2" spinning a web of success, Sony finished first at the box office in 2004, hauling in $1.3 billion.
Paramount's defining event of 2004 came on Election Day, when Kerry supporter Sherry Lansing announced that she was leaving the chairman's slot after 12 years.