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Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Oscar-winning Taiwan-born director Ang Lee will be among those to announce the nominees for the 2016 Oscar awards on Jan. 14.
2016/1/13
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
'Revenant,' 'Martian' win at Globes
Epic survival thriller "The Revenant" and space blockbuster "The Martian" won big at the Golden Globes on Sunday, boosting their chances for Oscars glory next month.
2016/1/12
"Mozart in the Jungle," Amazon's television series about a classical musician's off-stage misadventures, won two Golden Globes on Sunday, while cult hacker thriller "Mr. Robot" triumphed as best drama on the small screen.
2016/1/12
Monday, January 11, 2016
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" has achieved the third best opening-day performance in China's cinema history by raking in over US$30 million, according to Chinese box office tracking services Sunday.
2016/1/11
Producer Barry Adelman shares show secrets
Every year around this time, Barry Adelman experiences a dream come true.
2016/1/11
A blustery bad boy is set to crash Hollywood's red carpets this awards season and he's already taking the town by storm. Shows like the Golden Globes are putting proper protection in place, while celebs, of course, will be stressing about how they look.
2016/1/11
Pablo Escobar may have died more than 20 years ago but you'd think the Colombian drug lord synonymous with power, violence and money is back, what with all the TV shows and movies about him.
2016/1/11
Rhythm and blues singer Otis Clay dies at age 73
Hall of fame rhythm and blues artist Otis Clay, known as much for his big heart and charitable work in Chicago as for his singing, has died. He was 73.
2016/1/11
Abrams skirts Oscars talk for 'Star Wars'
J.J. Abrams, director of the blockbuster "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," is deflecting Oscars talk for himself but is hoping other people involved in the film will see their work recognized.
2016/1/11
Sunday, January 10, 2016
'Star Wars' movie opens in China
The record-breaking "Star Wars" opened Saturday in China, where it is far from certain to draw in enough moviegoers to knock off "Avatar" as the world's all-time biggest grossing movie.
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