Although AMPAS is introducing electronic voting for the Oscars this year, an element of the security procedures essentially requires the use of conventional mail for all participants.
AMC has given a series order to drama "Low Winter Sun."
DreamWorks continues to build a strong international cast for its untitled Wikileaks movie as Swedish thesp Alicia Vikander is in negotiations to star in the Julian Assange biopic.
A present-day reimagining of the legend of Zorro is swashbuckling its way to USA Network.
President Obama, wiping away tears, said Friday afternoon that "our hearts are broken today" in response to the Connecticut school shootings, noting that "as a country we've been through this too…
Broadband content producer Machinima announced layoffs Friday that will trim less than 10% of the company.
After wrapping Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street," Jon Bernthal will play Robert De Niro's son in Warner Bros.' boxing movie "Grudge Match."
With the first installment of "The Hobbit" out in theaters, Warner Bros. is looking to turn the trilogy into a major moneymaker in the retail aisle.
TV news outlets went into saturation coverage mode Friday as shock spread across the country from a mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school that took the lives of at least 20 schoolchildren.
AMPAS has officially sanctioned 282 feature films as eligible for the 2012 Academy Awards.
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