Who gets to compete? Every year that question sparks controversy in Oscar's foreign-language category. 2005 was especially contentious as four of the 58 submitted films were disqualified for…
The Palm Springs Film Festival will honor "Little Miss Sunshine" with its Chairman's Vanguard Award.
It's not called the American Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, but the Oscars have historically been a domestic affair. It wasn't until 1945 that a foreign-language film won an Oscar…
Sandra Bullock is attached to star in comedy "One of the Guys," which she's producing with Todd Garner for 20th Century Fox. Project is based on a pitch by brothers Tom and Tim Mullen.
If veteran British actor Richard Griffiths had his way, all actors over 55 would be issued a 3-lb. wet salmon with which to slap the face of every young, beautiful, successful upstart.
By now, audiences are well accustomed to the sight of Will Smith running. In "Bad Boys," he ran for his life; in "Independence Day," he ran for liberty. Yet in "The Pursuit of Happyness," Smith runs…
"Catch a Fire" lead Derek Luke knew from his turn as "Antwone Fisher" in 2002 that meeting the real-life person you're portraying can throw off an actor.
Director Roger Michell believes Peter O'Toole's star turn as an aging actor beguiled by a teen girl in "Venus" is connecting with people for a multitude of reasons.
Though they may not be on everyone's list, it would be foolish to count out those thesps hovering under the radar.
For anyone weary of pedestrian screen-to-stage adaptations or cut-and-paste jukebox assemblies, the arrival on Broadway of a truly original new musical like "Spring Awakening" is exhilarating. Seven…
James Bond fended off a horde of penguins at the international box office as "Casino Royale" won its fourth straight weekend with $36.2 million at 7,730 playdates in 63 markets.