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Monday, January 12, 2015
Hollywood is holding its breath ahead of Sunday's Golden Globes, with dark comedy “Birdman” leading the race for awards glory ahead of next month's all-important Oscars.
The television series “Mad Men” begins airing its final seven episodes in April and the show's notoriously secretive creator, Matthew Weiner, said he told only star Jon Hamm in advance how it will end.
Sunday, January 11, 2015
Artistic license gets an audit in awards season
After Stephen Hawking privately screened “The Theory of Everything,” he judged the affectionate portrait of his life, from student to world-famous theoretical physicist, with a succinct verdict.
The body which runs the Golden Globes is like David to the Oscars' Academy's Goliath — but it punches above its weight due to its marketing muscle and ability to put on a great show.
The History network said Friday that it plans to premiere its miniseries “Texas Rising” in theaters before it begins on television over the Memorial Day weekend.
“The Grand Budapest Hotel” led the pack Friday with 11 nominations for the BAFTAs, the British film awards seen as a pointer for Oscar success.
Saturday, January 10, 2015
Ava DuVernay, David Oyelowo on their cinematic journey to 'Selma'
Ava DuVernay doesn't like historical dramas — especially those of the civil rights variety. Their conventions, their sentimentality, their lack of texture or edginess, and their insistence on either hero worship or takedown just aren't her style.
A 380-pound North Carolina woman whose dancing video was seen by more than six million people online last year is trying to be the next reality TV star.
Friday, January 9, 2015
Downey, 'Big Bang' are the People's Choice
Robert Downey Jr. was seeing double at the People's Choice Awards. The star of “The Judge” and “Iron Man” picked up the trophies for favorite dramatic movie actor and favorite movie actor at Wednesday's fan-favorite ceremony honoring stars in film, television and music.
Ask Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein to give up hints about the new season of “Portlandia,” and a few words suffice to make any true admirer of the IFC satire giddy with anticipation.
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