Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Miramax and Lakeshore Entertainment have decided to push back the opening of "The Human Stain" four weeks to Oct. 31 in order to better position the Robert Benton drama as an Oscar contender.
A film that has yet to be released has already been selected as China's official entry for the foreign-language film category of the Academy Awards. "Warriors of Heaven and Earth" will hit mainland…
Uneasy reworking of bestseller shows just how far Lane can carry a flawed pic. Thesp transforms this seriocomic saga of a devastated divorcee who purchases a Tuscan villa into a spellbinding display…
Though different in scope and purpose, NBC laffer "Will & Grace,'' HBO telepic "Live From Baghdad" and the 75th Academy Awards walked away from the 2002-03 Creative Arts Primetime Emmy Awards…
Peter Bart -- The Backlot
Industrial Light & Magic, recognized for its CGI work on "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," is among 14 companies being considered by the Scientific & Technical Awards…
Jilted by the Oscars and the Grammys, the Shrine began its three-year countdown to losing the Emmys (the kudocast plans a move to the proposed L.A. Live development) by continuing to be the hardest…
France is hoping for a "Bon Voyage" across the Atlantic, having chosen Jean-Paul Rappeneau's ensemble film as its foreign Oscar contender for 2004.
The Hollywood Film Festival has tapped Ron Howard, Anthony Hopkins and Goldie Hawn for "outstanding achievement" honors, to be handed out at its closing night gala Oct. 20 at the Beverly Hilton.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has tapped Beth Harris to the newly created post of director of marketing.