Once upon a time, the Academy regularly gave special Oscars -- they were miniature statuettes -- to child actors. Shirley Temple was the first such winner, in 1934, when she was just 6. In the…
Shooting perhaps the most emotional scene of potential Oscar nominee "Little Children," Jackie Earle Haley was drained. Take after take, each taking its toll.
Any given Oscar season is bound to sport a host of international contenders in the acting ranks. Foreign actresses, in particular, have made big impacts at the Oscars for decades, but that number is…
Mosaic Media Group has expanded into action fare by bringing manager-producer Steve Chasman and his company, Current Entertainment, into the fold.
It's conceivable that many will approach "The Coast of Utopia" as a highbrow cultural chore. The opening installment of Tom Stoppard's trilogy, "Voyage" is a lengthy play about philosophy, politics…
Jacob Cheung's historical actioner "A Battle of Wits" enjoyed a huge lead at the Hong Kong box office its opening weekend.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has set Friday as the deadline to submit official screen credits and music submission forms for consideration for the 79th Academy Awards.
Jeff Margolis has been tapped exec producer of the 2007 Screen Actors Guild Awards, returning to a slot he's filled since the 1999 edition.