In this case, some may be wondering what the chances are that George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road will get nominated at next year’s Oscars and more specifically, is there a chance that it might get a Best Picture …
Coming Soon · ByEdward Douglas · 12 hours ago
Pasetta directed the live Oscar telecast from 1972-1988 and the 1973 TV documentary Elvis: Aloha From Hawaii. The veteran producer earned nine Emmy nominations from 1974-1988. Other directing credits include …
Hollywood Reporter · 24 minutes ago
Within the Academy, the latter camp prevailed in the sense that after The Dark Knight was denied a best picture Oscar nomination six seasons ago, the Board of Governors expanded the best picture category to make it more likely that a popcorn movie …
Yahoo News · 7 hours ago
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With the summer having proven to be a hit thus far, only one big studio film will be released on DVD this week. The rest of the titles will be specialty films that will likely attract indie audiences but not mainstream ones.
The Latin Post · 5/19/2015
DVD Releases
Yesterday kicked off the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, much to the delight of cinephiles and film distributors around the globe, who are chomping at the bit to see what emerges from the slate of premieres. Arguably the … · 5/14/2015
Film Festival
It became one of the most acclaimed films of the following year. Prisoners was touted as a major Oscar contender when it premiered at Toronto. It ended up with just one nomination for cinematography. All the Boys … · 5/20/2015
Despite strong acclaim and many awards, the movie somehow failed to earn even a single Oscar nomination. Actor Todd Field, best known for appearing opposite Tom Cruise in Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut …
PC World · 19 hours ago
(CNN)"Birdman" flew high and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" was truly grand at the nominations for the 87th Academy Awards, each earning nine nominations to top all films. "Birdman," subtitled "The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance" -- which led to many ...
CNN · ByTodd Leopold · 1/15/2015
USA NOW host Carly Mallenbaum talks with film critic Scott Bowles about the 2014 Oscar nominations. Who's in, and who'd the Academy overlook? (USA TODAY, USA NOW) Amy Adams, left, Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Renner, Christian Bale and Jennifer …
USA Today · 1/17/2014
In a year where the best-picture race has long felt like a foregone conclusion, Thursday’s Academy Awards nominations still managed to stir up controversy for their lack of diversity. Director Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” has been an Academy ...
Wall Street Journal · 1/16/2015