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It looks like there's no stopping "The Artist."
The black & white silent film that scored big at both the Golden Globes and the Critics' Choice Awards this past week has apparently also charmed the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. "The Artist" scored a dozen BAFTA Film Awards nominations, including Best Film, Best Director, Original Screenplay, Leading Actor and Leading Actress. Get More »
Hosting the 17th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards is serious business. And hosts Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel are taking it seriously, as today, just hours before the Critics' Choice Movie Awards air live on VH1 tonight at 8 p.m., they've sat down with one of this year's most serious stars for an exclusive interview: The horse from "War Horse."
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Get our Golden Globes Predictions 2013 here.
On December 15, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees for the 2012 Golden Globe Awards. In predictable form, their choices consisted mainly of performers and films practically engineered for awards-season attention, save for a few left-field (but entirely safe) nominations that demonstrated the HFPA's so-called eclecticism.
Now that almost all the films are in theaters, we're taking a look at the nominees to predict who seems destined to win, and who might end up disappointed on January 15 when the winners are announced. Get More »
Happy New Year to "Bridesmaids," "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" and "The Ides of March."
The three fringe awards contenders got the biggest boosts from today's Producer's Guild of America nominations, which pundits and handicappers regularly look to in predicting Oscar's Best Picture candidates.
While frontrunners like "The Artist," "The Descendants" and "War Horse" also made the cut, "Bridesmaids," "Dragon Tattoo" and "March" edged out critical favorites like "The Tree of Life" and "Drive" for three of the 10 coveted spots. Get More »
It may be a new year, but it was the same old story at the box office this weekend as "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" lead the way once again with an estimated $29.6 million according to Hollywood.com.
With no new wide releases at the cineplex over the New Year's weekend, the rest of the box office chart was rounded out by holdovers as well, with "Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows" coming in second ahead of the family-friendly "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked," which continued to perform strongly despite universally bad reviews.
For full figures and the rest of the box office top five, head over to Hollywood.com.
Just before Steven Spielberg took a chance on Jeremy Irvine to star in "War Horse," Jeremy Irvine was appearing in the chorus of the Royal Shakespeare Company, as a tree. Despite his lack of feature-film experience, Irvine impressed Spielberg during auditions for this epic adaptation of both a bestselling children's book and an award-winning Broadway show. The film depicts a boy (played by Irvine) and his horse inexorably transformed by World War I. Now that he's been anointed by the legendary director, Irvine's starring role promises to change his life as well. Get More »
Tom Hiddleston has fast become a fanboy (and girl) favorite for his layered portrayal of slithery sibling Loki in the summer hit "Thor," and his infamy will only grow when he reprises the role (as villain numero uno) in May's hotly anticipated superhero ensemble "The Avengers."
Director Steven Spielberg's got "Tintin" on the big screen, but his other Christmas gift to moviegoers is "War Horse," an old-fashioned epic saga in the tradition of John Ford and "Gone With the Wind." It tells the classic story of friendship between a boy and his horse, but not in a creepy "Equus" sorta way.
Albert (Jeremy Irvine) is a 15-year-old boy who trains and bonds with a horse named Joey (played by many well-fed horses). Joey is sent off to the battlefields of World War I, and Albert makes it his mission to reunite with his friend. Get More »
Behold, the complete list of the 17th Annual Critics' Choice Awards nominations. Winners will be announced Jan. 12 on VH1.
"Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close"
"Midnight in Paris"
"The Tree of Life"
"War Horse" Get More »
Christmas may still be a full lunar cycle away, but your first present arrives this weekend.
Steven Spielberg is hosting special word-of-mouth screenings of his latest sure-to-be-blockbuster, "War Horse," on Nov. 27 in 10 cities across the US, nearly a month before its Dec. 25 release. Get More »