Karen O is set to release her first solo album “Crush Songs,” the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ lead singer announced Wednesday. #CrushSongs will first be available pre-release as a ltd, special edition vinyl on…
Oscar’s musical pieces are falling in place, as all the kudocast performers have been confirmed for the four nominated songs, while details were unveiled for the annual pre-Oscar concert that salutes…
Out of 75 entries for this year's original song nominations, the music branch chose five. And then the Board of Governors narrowed the field to four when it disqualified "Alone Yet Not Alone" for…
Pairing Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen as a neurotic New Jersey mother-son odd couple, then sending the two on a road trip through Texas and the South, Anne Fletcher's "The Guilt Trip" would seem to…
AMPAS has declared 75 songs eligible for the original song Oscar at the next Academy Awards.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will explore the art and craft of production design in a four-evening seminar series, "Evolution or Revolution? Production Design in the 21st Century."
Paramount offered New Yorkers a special screening of "Jackass 3D" at the Museum of Modern Art on Monday.
When the first "Shrek" trailer hit theaters in 2000, it contained a cover of the Monkees' popular hit "I'm a Believer" performed by the triple-platinum pop rock group Smash Mouth.
Pic has its moments of delight and bedazzlement, but it also becomes more ordinary as it goes along.
Charles Dickens' screen perennial has been retrofitted here as a so-called thrill ride.
"Where the Truth Lies" is an unconvincing film a clef about the sordid truth behind the breakup of a celebrated Hollywood performing team. Atom Egoyan's most mainstream and genre-oriented picture…
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