In a move that may disrupt Hollywood's awards season for the second year in a row, the Screen Actors Guild will seek a strike authorization from its 120,000 members.
On paper it sounded perfect: In 2005, Volkswagen agreed to pony up around $40 million annually over three years to place its cars and familiar logo in Universal's movies, at the studio's premieres…
The peripatetic life of filmmaker Michael Almereyda ("Happy Here and Now," "Hamlet") is captured in glorious fragments forming a breathtaking whole in his new video feature, "Paradise."
As with other recent Icelandic films (such as Baltasar Kormakur's "White Night Wedding"), whimsy overwhelms good comedic sense in rising helmer Olaf de Fleur's second feature, "The Higher Force."
The Screen Actors Guild and the majors have started their second consecutive day of face-to-face talks under the supervision of a federal mediator.
While the Oscars are all about movies, and the Emmys focus exclusively on television, the Golden Globes ambitiously cover it all. In an age where both mediums and their stars seem to be increasingly…
The uber-glam Golden Globes is traditionally an affair to remember. Yet last year's strike-marred awards "ceremony" -- which offered all of the glitz of a televised town council meeting -- became a…
One year after the writers strike forced Hollywood to stick a pin in its biggest party, the folks involved with the Golden Globes are itching to break out the bubbly and take another crack at the…
While James Franco was brooding and winning a Golden Globe for the TV telepic "James Dean" and fighting superheroes in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man franchise, the actor says he longed for the escape of a…
Coming off an Emmys ceremony that left many reeling, the TV portion of the Golden Globes arrives with no stagy bits nor cheesy retrospectives.
Nobody is looking to make the three-hour Golden Globes any longer, but the supporting acting races on the TV side have become a demolition derby that could use a little separation.