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Golden Globe Nominees: The Artist, Ides of March Rebounds, Viggo Returns

The Golden Globe nominations were pretty much scandal free this morning. Everyone got something with the exception of Stephen Daldry's "Extremely Loud and Incredibly...

SAG Awards Nominate The Artist, The Help, Midnight in Paris, Descendants, Bridesmaids

Here are the SAG Award nominations, announced this morning at 9am eastern time. The SAG Awards are the closest indicators of the Oscars, right...

The Artist, Scorsese’s “Hugo” Lead Critics Choice Nominations

"The Artist" and Martin Scorsese's "Hugo" are among the top picks for the Critics Choice Awards (VH-1, January 12th). This is the first televised...

“The Artist,” “Descendants,” Brad Pitt Win More Awards

Things are shaping up just as I thought they would: more kudos and awards for "The Artist" this weekend. The silent black and white...

Oscar Last Minute Adds: Rooney Mara, Max von Sydow May Sneak In

Oscar voters--and voters for other awards like the Critics Choice Awards--pretty much know the lay of the land by now. There are front runners...

George Clooney Gets Third Best Actor Nod in Five Years from NBR

The National Board of Review (er, fans) announced its awards just now--who cares? They named Martin Scorsese Best Director for "Hugo" and the film...

NY Critics Choose “The Artist” Best Picture, Best Director

The New York Film Critics Circle have chosen "The Artist" as Best Picture and Michel Hazanavicius as Best Director for "The Artist." That's the...

Oscar Winner Tilda Swinton Returns to Cleaning School in Scotland

So many movies, so little time, so much confusion: the Peggy Siegal Company is so busy throwing screenings-and... parties for all the movies opening...

Oscars: 2011 Is The Year of the Movie Star

Wow. Oscars. Billy Crystal is back. Brian Grazer is producing the show. And now, guess what? With one exception--French actor Jean DuJardin--the best actor...

Tilda Swinton Jumps Into Oscar Race with London Film Festival Win

"We Need to Talk About Kevin"-- a disturbing film starring Tilda Swinton, has won Best Picture at the London Film Festival. "Shakespeare in Love"...

“Shame” Director Will Not Cut Anything to Avoid NC-17 Rating

Two big movies at the Toronto Film Festival: "Shame" starring Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan; and "Albert Nobbs," with Glenn Close and Janet McTeer....

Disney Is Going to Look Pretty Smart with “The Help”

You may have wondered, if you are in the film business, why did Disney want Dreamworks? The answer is "The Help," which opens August...

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