First, the conventional wisdom: The only thing that would jinx Disney/Pixar's digitally animated "Finding Nemo" is the unexpected interference of a Chicago Cubs fan.
It's the year of the hyphenate for the Writers Guild Awards for film. Of the 10 features nominated, eight were authored or co-authored by the movie's director.
Oscar resorted to a wide field of reversions to form for this year's adapted screenplay noms. While many of 2003's most celebrated stories tilted toward tragedy, Academy voters were a bit more cheery…
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.
CBS News' primetime newsmag "48 Hours" and Entertainment Weekly have teamed up to produce a pre-Academy Awards special that will air tonight on the Eye at 10 p.m.