Despite Woody Allen's insoluble association with New York (and a more-than-implied aversion to Los Angeles), the writer-director found new vitality in a carefree sojourn abroad this year with…
The Contenders 2011
The prospect of "Moneyball" earning a best picture nom but falling short of the Oscar would be poetic, a case of life imitating art imitating life.
If this year's newly elastic best-picture race allows a summer blockbuster to slip in, Paramount's alien-invasion thriller "Super 8" could well be the prime beneficiary.
The name's Smiley, George Smiley -- and he's the opposite of 007 in nearly every way.
Glenn Close's commitment to her title character in "Albert Nobbs" appears as unrelenting as her decades-long efforts to bring the film to the bigscreen itself.
After failing to snag the actor Emmy for "The West Wing's" second season, Martin Sheen vowed to "stack the deck" for a season-three win, according to publicist Richard Licata.
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