You've probably seen the just-add-water demonstrations: a quick shot of a wire frame on a computer screen, then 10 seconds of digital ink and paint and there you go, a 3-D digital character is…
Growing up with three brothers, Gray Marshall learned as a youngster how to accommodate people.
If past is prologue to the future, what do the technical achievements in 2002's movies augur for kudofests to come?
Remember the shape-shifting "liquid metal" T-1000 from "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," the herds of long-extinct reptiles in "Jurassic Park" and ghoulish Orcs in the first "Lord of the Rings"…
Every year about this time, more than a few offices engage in the proverbial Oscar pool. And while everyone seems to have an opinion about who or what should win vs. who Academy members will pick for…
The following are the seven bake-off films being considered for the three Oscar nomination slots for visual effects and the lead effects houses on each project.
Events surrounding development of the birth-control pill, along with the scientific breakthrough's sexual and sociological ramifications, get once-over-lightly treatment by co-helmers Chana Gazit and…
DreamWorks will once again play with publisher Activision, having signed a massive deal to create vidgames based on the studio's next three CG-animated pics and any sequels.
In her first screen effort since being convicted on shoplifting charges, Winona Ryder will join "Everybody Loves Raymond" star Ray Romano in the Artisan-distributed comedy "Eulogy."
Now that the Golden Globes are behind us, Oscar planners may well be asking themselves, "Do we really want the two major award shows to be virtually back to back?"
Here's an unlikely Hollywood pitch: a $25 million biopic about a guy who died 2,000 years ago, shot in two languages that have been dead nearly as long, with no subtitles.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions