From the producers of "The Shaggy Dog" and "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" comes. . ."The Fighter"?
Much has been said about this having been an exceptional year for lead female performances, but it was no accidental phenomenon. In 2010, strong women made strong distaff roles happen.
Lloyd Leipzig, a United Artists and Orion Pictures publicist, died Nov. 26 in New York. He was 88.
Judging by box office, the visual effects Oscar race focuses on one of the most popular aspects of movies.
In both the hit animated fantasy "How to Train Your Dragon" and the realistic live action drama "Secretariat," sound designers were tasked with creating multi-dimensional main characters who do not…
If the 2008 best picture Oscar nod to "Slumdog Millionaire" was not exactly shocking, that film's victory in the sound mixing category (and nomination for sound editing) was stunning to industry…
Like other industry pros, editors too will spend part of their winter soaking up some praise, sipping some champagne and, perhaps taking home a statuette.
As usual, Shakespeare got it right: Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. But as dramatized in several of 2010's most prominent award contenders, the unease of the great and powerful stems not…
Screenwriter Pamela Gray describes "Conviction" as a story of "the wheels of justice turning in the wrong direction."
Screenwriter Marcus Hinchey recently revisited Woody Allen's 1989 "Crimes and Misdemeanors" and heard an echo: "When the character says that ultimately, no matter what you do, if you can get away…