This year, the original screenplay category scorches. "Birdman," "Foxcatcher," "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and dark horse "Nightcrawler" share a focus on people or societies on the brink of doom. See…
Below-the-line pros talk about the hurdles they overcame in their year’s top films.
PopPolitics: ‘Parks & Rec’ Makes Final Trek to D.C.; ‘Foxcatcher’ and the Truth of John du Pont (Listen)
As it nears the end of its run, NBC’s “Parks & Recreation” makes a final trek to Washington on its February 10 episode, marking one of its more ambitious uses of real-life political figures for…
When she was in her 20s, Sienna Miller was everywhere, but not always for the right reasons. The scrutiny of the tabloids, which were obsessed about her relationship with Jude Law, didn't necessarily…
From the armed forces to backstage on Broadway to a stylized hotel, memorable moments in 2014's top films.
Warner Bros. has apologized to Sony Pictures over a derogatory message about Sony’s “Foxcatcher” on a Twitter account, created by a consultant working for WB. Warner Bros. has also fired the…
Graceful editing helped these films soar and could garner them an Oscar nom in the category.
Physical transformation helped these movies come alive, putting them on the shortlist for the hair and makeup Oscar.
After spending years making audiences laugh, Steve Carell delivered one of the most chilling performances of the year in the true-crime thriller "Foxcatcher." The role has already garnered him Golden…
In a surprising rant on Twitter and Facebook, “Foxcatcher” subject Mark Schultz apparently blasted the movie and director Bennett Miller on Wednesday, citing complaints with how he was portrayed in…