Gravity Dominates Visual Effects Society Awards
The film won six awards and dominated the feature-film categories on the way to what could be an easy visual-effects win at the Oscars in two-and-a-half weeks.
What a Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger Could Mean For Hollywood
Folks in the movie business sometimes argue with me when I tell them that the most powerful executive in Hollywood lives in Philadelphia. But that debate should end if Brian Roberts’ Comcast buys Time Warner Cable.
BAFTA to Honor Peter Greenaway
BAFTA is to honour director Peter Greenaway, best known for 1989’s The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover, with the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award.
Rough Seas on Noah: Darren Aronofsky Opens Up on the Biblical Battle to Woo Christians (and Everyone Else)
"I was upset — of course," the director says of Paramount testing alternate versions of the $125 million epic as he and the studio break their silence on efforts to appease a small but vocal segment of the faith-based audience: "Those people can be noisy."
Art of the Title: Masters of Sex
Pet that pussycat, pop that cork, grab that bull by the horns. The titles for Showtime’s highly acclaimed new series take us on a cheeky ride of erotic euphemisms.
Greta Gerwig to Write, Produce, Star in How I Met Your Mother Spinoff How I Met Your Dad
Judging by some of the reactions around Twitter last night, you'd think this news was like when Nirvana signed to Geffen Records or something.
NBC Hopes Jimmy Fallon Brings Younger Viewers to Tonight
Starting on Monday, Mr. Fallon, fresh from almost five years of very-well-received work at Late Night on NBC, will become the star of that network’s venerable Tonight Show, with Lorne Michaels overseeing it as executive producer, now in control of all the most important properties on the NBC late-night landscape.
Movie Producer Peter Hoffman Charged With Film Tax Credit Fraud
Federal prosecutors say the Seven Arts CEO submitted a false application to gain money to transform a Louisiana mansion into a post-production facility.
Martin Scorsese Plans to Shoot Japanese Novel Silence in Taiwan
With more and more Hollywood films shooting parts of their films in Taipei and other scenic spots around the island nation, some people have taken to calling the evolving cinema world of Taiwan as “Tollywood.”
The Wolf of Wall Street Becomes the Biggest Hit of Martin Scorsese’s Career
The film has already grossed $107.8 million in North America, but the real surprise comes with a strong $196.9 million take from the overseas box office.