"Atonement" has plenty of Oscar-movie gloss: literary pedigree, a tony British setting, tragic romance, luminous stars in period costume, even a dollop of Good War heroism.
Considering its competition, "Juno's" inclusion in the best picture category makes absolutely no sense.
Studios don't usually underestimate box office numbers when reporting weekend results on Sunday.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
In a way, "Michael Clayton" -- the one best picture nominee not released by a specialty label -- provides a model for the majors who crave more than opening-weekend riches. Say yes to a star like…
Spoiler alert: Not since "Psycho" has a lead character made such a conspicuous mid-movie exit as well-meaning Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) does in the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men." But…
If Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney ever fall into a funk about their respective "likability" problems, they will definitely perk up after visiting Daniel Plainview at any cineplex this primary…
The big difference between George Clooney and the matinee idols with whom he's been so often compared -- Cary Grant or Clark Gable -- is that his forebears were first and foremost movie stars.
Shutterbug/vid artist Delphine Kreueter focuses her singular vision on a wildly dysfunctional family and the teen at its center in the disturbing, engrossing "57000 Km Between Us."
When Daniel Battsek took over as president of Miramax Films in October of 2005, he had some awfully big shoes to fill -- those of Harvey Weinstein, the company's founder, who was known as much for…
Debra Messing has joined the ensemble cast of "Humboldt Park," the State Street Pictures and 2DS Prods. film that Overture Films will distribute worldwide.
The year 2007 seemed to represent a sea change for Kathleen Kennedy. The producer best known for her epic collaborations with Steven Spielberg seemed to have suddenly gone the way of the arthouse…