Years after the kudos races are forgotten, these moments will remain in moviegoers' memories.
Sure, the latenight talkshows have been hamstrung by the Writers Guild of America strike, but the Oscar promotional onslaught on television continues, hardly abated -- and redundant as all get out.
Publicist Tom Miller died Dec. 6 in Tuscaloosa, Ala. following a brief illness. He was 85.
Yet another J-horror title is recycled for Western consumption in "One Missed Call," a remake of the 2003 Nipponese spooker that remains one of gonzo helmer Takashi Miike's more conventionally…
Movie studios seem to enjoy putting out mixed messages. Every year they complain about the evils of screeners, yet keep dispatching them in ever greater quantity.
One is a big-budget monster-movie crammed with visual effects. The other is a microbudget haunted house film that has been making the fest rounds. But both "Cloverfield" and "Paranormal Activity"…
The awards season increasingly seems to break down into polar extremes. The Oscars, a race that this season is unusually wide open, raise an intriguing question: Is there a happy medium between art…
Marketshare is all well and good, but it is hardly the penultimate measure of a studio's health.
It's nearly official -- the foreign box office has finished 2007 in stellar style, with a 9% increase in revenues to $9.42 billion for the Big Six studios.
Sophomore directors led a British uprising at the U.K. box office in 2007.