If the Sundance Film Festival can figure out how to pay for internet downloads, why not the AMPTP?
Universal Pictures has moved "Wanted" from a spring to summer berth.
After the success of "Little Miss Sunshine" (four Oscar noms, two wins, $60 million in domestic B.O.), you'd think Hollywood would have learned the lesson: Just because a movie "looks too dark on the…
Paramount Vantage president John Lesher is leapfrogging from the specialty label to a top post at Paramount Pictures.
Released in spring, the film might not have the legs for a picture nom, but Julie Christie (as the Alzheimer's-afflicted Fiona) sits on all the shortlists for lead actress consideration.
Helmer Sidney Lumet has never won the Oscar despite five noms (not including an Honorary Award), and he could garner a large vote from those who feel he's long overdue.
"Diving Bell" was warmly received at Cannes, where Miramax snapped up the title.
Viggo Mortensen, as the Russian mob infiltrator, and Armin Mueller-Stahl, as the nasty mob partriarch, have received most of the attention since the pic's Toronto bow.
Cusack does a 180-degree turn from his prior work by going more sentimental and political in "Grace."
Thespwise, star Denzel Washington is getting a lot more attention for "American Gangster," but his second stint in the director's chair ("Antwone Fisher" in 2002 was his first) is what's garnering…
Unconventional to say the least, this whimsical take on Bob Dylan's many alter egos has a healthy support base of fans, but if Academy voters fail to sample the film, it could get lost.