Finalists for this year's Media Access Awards of the California Governor's Committee for Employment of Disabled Persons have been announced in all categories.
MGM has set James Marsden to head the cast of "Disturbing Behavior," a horror pic about a small town's nefarious process of transforming its unruly and rebellious teens into clean-cut and upstanding…
"Mouse Hunt" is the cat's meow. Blending the graceful slapstick of Laurel & Hardy with the mock Gothic visuals of "The Addams Family," this often screamingly funny comedy about a resilient rodent has…
They're not likely to grab the post-nomination headlines, but a handful of films may grab a few Oscars along the way ---with luck, good timing, and the Academy's continued attention span.
It's difficult to know exactly how seriously to take New York singer Fiona Apple. The enigmatic 20-year-old evokes strong reactions from a mostly young, female audience that appears to relate to her…
If Oscar honors were based purely on quality of work and logic, there would be no Oscar pools, handicapping, heated cocktail talk and curmudgeonly complaining about no-shows and couldabeens.
"L.A. Confidential" and its director Curtis Hanson were named favorites of the New York Film Critics Circle, adding to their momentum in the Oscar derby.
After years of ignoring Clint Eastwood, the Academy has warmed up to the action icon this decade and bestowed him with Oscars for best picture and best director of 1992 for "Unforgiven," acknowledged…
Helmer James L. Brooks' feel-good "people who need people" picture reunites him with Jack Nicholson, who won a second Oscar for his "Endearment" role as Garrett Breedlove, and appeared unbilled in…
A weightless, through-the-looking-glass tale about pop music ostensibly aimed at club-kid dancing machines, "Alice on Stage" will prove too unbelievable for anyone beyond the first blush of acne…
Gotham-based actress Gretchen Mol has signed on for the lead female role in John Dahl's "Rounders" for Miramax, set to start lensing this week in New York.