A quick examination of the WGA's television nominations solidifies one sure thing: Networks desperately need something new.
As studios rely more on adapting novels, comicbooks and plays, the original screenplay category has been increasingly dominated by indies. This year is no different, with four independents and one…
Screen scribes are enjoying an increasing presence in bookstores, where scripts published as slim trade paperbacks appear simultaneous with a movie's release.
There were two actresses who appeared to have Oscar chances for two separate movies: Scarlett Johansson, who came up empty, and Patricia Clarkson, who didn't.
Episodic Drama any length — one airing timeABOMINATION (Law & Order: SVU), written by Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters; NBCBOUNTY (Law & Order), written by Michael S. Chernuchin; NBCDISASTER RELIEF…
Perhaps the most eclectic list of Oscar hopefuls is the supporting actor category.
It took not one ring but three for Peter Jackson to rule the race.
WGA West Special Awards Screen Laurel Award for Advancing the Literature of FilmJohn Michael Hayes Paddy Chayefsky Laurel for Outstanding Television WritingLoring Mandel Morgan Cox Award for service…
No category was more surprising in its list of noms than best actress.
Oscar better like subtitles. With a record 56 countries submitting films in the foreign-language feature category, the committee members who had to watch them faced a daunting plethora of screenings.
With "Lost in Translation" opening in the fall, Bill Murray's performance knocked out critics and managed to stay fresh through some tough competition.