Martin Scorsese's long-awaited chronicle of New York's Five Points gangs could very well land the director his long-awaited Oscar.
DreamWorks Pictures is negotiating with helmer Gore Verbinski and scribe Ehren Kruger to return for a sequel to "The Ring."
It may be a long shot for Oscar, but Paul Thomas Anderson's "Punch-Drunk Love" has its fans, and they're as enthusiastic as any in Hollywood. Many of them will vociferously argue that this is…
Awards voters love teachers. And maybe because most teachers earn a ridiculously low salary, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences figures the least it can do is reward them with Oscar noms.
The one thing "Antwone Fisher" might have going against it is its title. Neither based on a previously published autobiography nor touting a famous title character, "Antwone Fisher" might be best…
The Slamdance 2003 Film Festival has invited 15 features to compete at its ninth annual event from a record 2,800 submissions. Slamdance runs Jan. 18-25 in Park City, Utah.
In a year overflowing with remakes, "Insomnia" was one of the lucky few to make a significant impact with critics and audiences.
"8 Mile" is the cultural intersection where Hollywood studio filmmaking meets hip-hop's inner-city origins, and where Eminem has entered the movie star fast lane.
Last year's "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" proved Oscar gold was no fantasy for director Peter Jackson and his colleagues.
The prospect of Todd Haynes getting an Oscar nom might have seemed odd a few years ago, when he was known for offbeat arthouse fare like "Poison," "Safe" and "Velvet Goldmine."