With four bids, including ensemble cast, "Into the Wild" topped the Screen Actors Guild Award nominations in voting that only heightened the sense of uncertainty about the awards season.
The Academy of TV Arts & Sciences Foundation has elected NBC Universal TV exec Jerry Petry as the org's new chairman.
Jennifer Hudson, Queen Latifah and Sophie Okonedo have signed on to Fox Searchlight's "The Secret Life of Bees," based on the Sue Monk Kidd novel. Dakota Fanning is in negotiations to star as the…
Louis J. Horvitz will return as director of the 80th Academy Awards telecast. This will be his 12th time directing the show.
Faced with the prospect of a broadcast without celebrities, "The People's Choice Awards" has scrapped its Shrine Auditorium ceremony next month.
A cult classic, Love's "Forever Changes," and a pair of megahits, Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and Pink Floyd's "The Wall," are among the 70 new entries in the Grammy Hall of Fame.
"Tokyo Tower, Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad" leads Nippon Academy-sho Assn.'s noms for the 31st Japan Academy Awards with 13 noms, including best picture and director.
Warren Beatty will present veteran film editor Dede Allen with the Motion Picture Editors Guild's 2008 Fellowship and Service Award at the annual Board of Directors Installation Dinner.
"There Will Be Blood" scribe-helmer Paul Thomas Anderson discussed the film at the ArcLight Theaters Tuesday night as the last film in Variety's screening series.
Critics continue to embrace the Coen Brothers as "No Country for Old Men" swept the 8th Annual Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards.
There was cause for celebration at the Variety Screening Series presentation of "The Great Debaters" Monday night, as The Weinstein's period drama nabbed a Golden Globe nomination for Best Picture…