The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences often smiles on well-liked thesps who do good work behind the camera. Usually, best pic wins come for B.O.-busting blood-sweat-and-tears epics (Mel…
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.
Spyglass Entertainment is leaving the Mouse House for DreamWorks. The new four-year arrangement --an exclusive first-look and non-exclusive production deal -- means Spyglass will bow out a year early…
Paramount Pictures wants Seann William Scott to be its "Tiny Boyfriend." Studio is in final negotiations with the thesp to topline the romantic comedy, in which a self-absorbed young man is…
Identity-switch hocus-pocus gets trotted out as a comic conceit once again in "If I Were You," a polished and pleasant -- if unoriginal -- feature debut for director-co-writer Giulio Manfredonia…
Author-actor Francesco Apolloni's first directorial feature, "Let's Have the Truth About Love," smoothly adapts his seriocomic stage play about a dozen thirtysomethings meditating on, and messing…
Middle Earth met midtown at the world preem of "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" on Thursday night.