Three deliciously dark topics -- murder, suicide and Hollywood screenwriting -- dominated the thoughts of Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. voters in nominations for the 60th annual Golden Globes…
The Emmy Awards have moved one step closer toward adopting a new home in downtown Los Angeles. If all goes as planned, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is set to sign a 15-year contract that…
The Writers Guild of America West has tapped Spike Jones Jr. as producer of its Writers Guild Awards show to be held March 8 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
Columbia Pictures' much-acclaimed twisted literary drama "Adaptation" dominated the 2002 Toronto Film Critics Awards, nabbing four prizes, including the top honor as film of the year.
The newly formed San Francisco Film Critics Circle chose Roman Polanski's Holocaust drama "The Pianist" as the best picture of 2002 and gave top acting awards to Michael Caine and Isabelle Huppert.
In only its second year, the animated feature film category has become an Oscar race to watch, with a slate of contenders that offers a unique range of style, technique and tone.
Spirited AwayDisneyDirector: Hayao MiyazakiB.O.: $5.3 million (Overseas B.O.: $230 million)Voices: Daveigh Chase, Suzanne Pleshette, Lauren Holly, Michael Chiklis, Jason MarsdenCritical take…
Oscar's animation category has given tooners a more direct path to showbiz glory, but the road to riches remains a long and, often very expensive, one.
Under last year's Academy rules, the animated feature film category could have shifted from a debut to a no-show.
Walt Disney Studios is in the enviable and unusual situation of having three very different pictures competing for the animated feature Oscar.