The Screen Actors Guild award nominations were released today. As is typical with most guild awards, the SAG nominations strayed from this season's trends a bit. This is likely due, at least in part,
The Academy has released the names of the 10 short animated films still under consideration for nominations. The list was shortened from the 45 films released earlier this year, and between three to
The New York Film Critics Online, the Boston Society of Film Critics, and the L.A. Film Critics all released their annual awards on Sunday. The American Film Institute also released its top ten movies
The National Board of Review has a long history of kicking off the awards season, setting trends and marking initial frontrunners. This year, Martin Scorsese’s 3D adventure Hugo has taken an early
Deadline reports that Yvonne Strahovski, star of NBC's Chuck, has been cast in I, Frankenstein. The movie is being directed by Stuart Beattie, who is best known as a writer of the first Pirates of
Reports are rolling in stating that Justin Timberlake has been offered a role in the Coen brothers' next movie, Inside Llewyn Davis. Oscar Isaac (Drive, Sucker Punch) and Carey Mulligan (Never Let Me
A red band trailer for the latest addition to the American Pie franchise was released today, although it's less of a trailer and more of a clip.
With fall approaching it is time to start placing our bets on who 2011’s big award winners will be. The first eight months of the year have provided us with very little award-worthy cinema, but that
Zach Braff (Garden State, TV's Scrubs) is reportedly in talks to join the cast of Oz: the Great and Powerful, directed by Sam Raimi.
According to Peter Jackson's Facebook page the roles of Fili and Thrandiul have been filled in The Hobbit. Dean O'Gorman will play the dwarf Fili, and Lee Pace will play Thranduil, the Elven
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