Crime paid big at the 17th annual meeting of the Boston Society of Film Critics, with top awards going to "L.A. Confidential" and "Donnie Brasco."
Robert Guediguian's Marseille-based love story "Marius et Jeannette" walked off with the top prize for best French film at the third edition of the Lumieres de Paris awards -- the Gallic equivalent…
ABC News has named Kevin Newman news anchor at “Good Morning America,” putting its official seal on a job he has handled on an interim basis since August. Newman joined ABC in 1994 from the Canadian…
Sensuous, dreamlike study of Brazil's impoverished northeast corner is a deluxe, slow-paced treat for Brazilophiles and the ethnographically interested. Monochrome pic, which won awards at this…
Facing the daunting task of making a third feature that could measure up to "Reservoir Dogs" and "Pulp Fiction," not to mention one that would disarm the detractors ready to pounce on him no matter…
Sid Ganis has been named to chair the Governors Ball of the 70th Academy Awards. It's his third consecutive year hosting the post-show bash.
In one of the strongest trading weekends of the year at overseas wickets, James Bond conquered the U.K., "Anastasia" had bewitching foreign preems in two Latino territories, "Hercules" kept pulling…
Sylvester Stallone and Jenny McCarthy won the Hollywood Women's Press Club's Star of the Year awards at the 57th annual Golden Apple Awards luncheon, held Sunday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Ada Byron King, the daughter of Lord Byron, wrote what essentially became the first handbook on computers more than a century ago. "Conceiving Ada" pays homage to this largely neglected historical…
Lee David Zlotoff, the creator of TV's "MacGyver" and the writer-director of the indie pic "The Spitfire Grill," is set to take the helm of "Zero Hour" for 20th Century Fox.
The Intl. Press Academy, a splinter group from the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., announced Monday the nominees for its Golden Satellite Awards, the second annual edition of the new plaudits.