With President’s Day arriving—that celebration of the birthdays of founding father George Washington and Abraham Lincoln—Streampix has a selection of movies to satisfy every political persuasion.
Chelsea Handler should not just assume that a hunky straight actor minds being hit on by gay men. Stephen Amell, star of CW’s “Arrow,” taught Chelsea that lesson Wednesday night.
“The Artist” won five Academy Awards on Sunday including best picture, becoming the first silent film to triumph at Hollywood’s highest honors since the original Oscar ceremony 83 years ago.
A complete list of winners at Sunday’s 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Post parties after the Golden Globe Awards, less raucous than in previous years, flowed instead of crackled, conjuring up the understated 1920s glamor of black-and-white French-directed silent film and Globe comedy or musical winner “The Artist.”
The hills are alive … with more momentous moments on Oprah. The Big O is pulling out all the stops for her final season, and the latest is likely on many people’s list of “My Favorite Things.” The cast of 1965’s Oscar-winning film ‘The Sound of Music‘ will reunite for Oprah, appearing together for the […]
Once again, it’s time for the yearly pre-Oscars award ceremony honoring the best in independent film – the 25th Film Independent Spirit Awards. This year, instead of the Santa Monica Beach, it’s going on in primetime on IFC from downtown Los Angeles in the L.A. Convention Center, and I’m here in the press room waiting […]
Finally, Oscar week is here, and it’s a different animal this year, sporting 10 Best Picture nominees instead of the traditional five, in hopes of luring in more viewers by being able to nominate popular movies instead of just good movies. If you haven’t gotten a chance to get out and see all of the […]
This weekend sees the release of Denzel Washington’s post-apocalyptic thriller The Book of Eli, which David Letterman described as “creepy in all the right ways,” as well as Jackie Chan’s comedy The Spy Next Door, and the wide release of Peter Jackson’s unique look at grief and loss, The Lovely Bones. Also, in limited release […]
It’s that time of year again. The Academy Awards bellwether ceremony, aka the Golden Globe Awards, have announced their nominations. You can check out the TV nominees here, but the movie nominees are an interesting selection. See if you agree with what the Hollywood Foreign Press had to say about 2009’s cinematic offerings. They really […]