Guests at the Golden Globes this Sunday will be under scrutiny from beefed-up security. But apparently it's those darn journalists who are raising the biggest suspicions.
Twentieth Century Fox and Universal films had the right looks in 2001, according to Thursday's nominations for the third annual Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards.
The 14th USC Scripter Award will go to screenwriter Akiva Goldsman and biographer Sylvia Nasar for Imagine Entertainment's "A Beautiful Mind." The award honors a book-to-film adaptation, with the…
Special events producer Cheryl Cecchetto of Sequoia Prods. has been named coordinator of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Governors Ball for the 13th year in a row.
A delightful coming-of-age comedy-drama about a Mexican-American teen struggling against her environment and the expectations of her overbearing mother as she attempts to forge her own path in life…
Much to the locals' chagrin, a snowstorm never materialized. But to sellers' and filmmakers' delight, there continues to be a flurry of deals at the Sundance Film Festival.
The myths and legends of Native American culture will come to life via "Dreamkeeper," a Robert Halmi Sr. miniseries just greenlit by ABC at a budget north of $30 million.
The board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has awarded the John A. Bonner Medal of Commendation to Ray Feeney for his pioneering efforts to improve visual effects in the…
Fox took three of the 15 TV nominations announced Wednesday for the American Society of Cinematographers honors, followed by USA Network, NBC and CBS with two apiece.
An odd little premise is developed in surprisingly effective ways in "One Hour Photo." This immaculately made first feature from noted musicvid and commercials director Mark Romanek provides Robin…
Revitalizing the breed of hard-edged cop thrillers of the 1970s with considerable command, writer-director Joe Carnahan ("Blood, Guts, Bullets & Octane") has fashioned a darkly textured, powerfully…