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Oliver Stone apparently has a different definition of horror than anyone else you know.
The "JFK" director equated horror...
By Lucas Shaw
The baseball drama starring the "Mad Men" star will be Sharma's first film since his breakout turn in "Life of Pi"
"Life of Pi," "Good Day to Die Hard" and "The Croods" drive distributor to plateau
"Jurassic Park" was a hit in 3D, but domestic audiences are cooling to the format
Bidding will reopen on Thursday
The visual-effects community struggles with whether to unionize, form a trade association or change the way they do business in order to survive
Rhythm & Hues says in court filings that it has identified several potential buyers
The annual festival, which mixes films from established and emerging talent, will screen films at five locations in Hollywood this November
Eric Roth, head of VES, explains why he's pushing California to embrace new subsidies
Visual-effects artists are filling their social media profiles with blank green screens to protest the bankruptcy of Rhythm & Hues and layoffs at DreamWorks Animation
Analysis: With most of the Oscar winners having already cashed in on their nominations at theaters, studios will focus their marketing muscle on DVD and download revenue
Why all the love for "Chicago?"
Elton John clears $6 million net on viewing and after-party, a Barbra Streisand supergroup at the Governors Ball, Seth's overnight orchestra, and the late-night scene at the Chateau
Rhythm & Hues filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier this month
Ang Lee's Best Director win comes in one of the most competitive Oscar categories
A lengthy, confusing Oscar season was turned upside down by a revamped voting timetable and knocked for a loop by baffling Best Director nominations
Seen by billions but touched by few, here's an exclusive hands-on tour of the most famous envelope in the world.
Ranking the Best Picture nominees in terms of return on investment yields some box office surprises
"Silver Linings Playbook" is the unprecedented sixth $100 million Best Picture nominee, but will that translate into hit ratings?
From Jessica Chastain chatting up Harry Potter, to Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams hunkering down together, to awards winners with trophies riding shuttle buses -- a continuously updating gallery of the scene leading up to Oscar night.
Your guide to five days of Oscar celebrations broken into Nominees, Decision Makers, the Scene and Oscar Sunday
Thanks to the Academy's Directors Branch, rival films are adjusting their ads and spending big bucks in an attempt to score an upset victory -- and WB is spending big to prevent it
"Life of Pi" wins two awards, but "Skyfall" takes the honor that most closely corresponds with the Oscar sound-editing category
Anthony Barcelo is filing suit on behalf of 250 laid-off employees, asking for unpaid wages and benefits
Academy teams up with Gallery1988 to create and exhibit alternative posters for "Argo," "Lincoln," "Django Unchained" and the other best-pic nominees
Rhythm & Hues founder John Hughes says company could not compete with foreign effects shops
Analysis: Foreign tax credits, low margins and a globalized business have some wondering if the visual-effects business can continue to survive
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"