Fun, Games, Awards -- and a Dazed Mariah (Video) 3 years ago
As a loose-lipped A-list awards dinner, you’d be forgiven for mistaking Tuesday night’s Palm Springs International Film...
By Mikey Glazer
Why isn't Harvey Weinstein sending WGA screeners? Because it wouldn't help
Restructuring debt and in need of a hit, Weinstein finds "Nine" is not the next "Chicago"
Won't cut screens despite lackluster box office
Disappointing "Nine" open reportedly adds urgency to the company's financial situation
The director of Oscar winner "Chicago" and Globe-nominated "Nine" grilled
With 12 Golden Globe noms for the Weinstein Company, Harvey says hard times for indie films have him focused and mad
Has James Cameron made an epic or a cartoon? Does "Nine" sing? Answers to big Oscar questions
"Invictus" and "Nine," their AMPAS screenings canceled by a rain-induced blackout, get new dates
Two films win a record 10 noms from the Broadcast Film Critics Association; "Avatar" scores nine
Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz, Fergie join producer Weinstein, director Marshall in Westwood to launch their Oscar hopeful
Producer reveals the joys and perils of shooting in Italy, which of the film's leading ladies is the best dancer and his favorite L.A. eatery
“Nine” becomes the latest Oscar hopeful to take a few hits (and win a few kudos) from critics.
Watch Kidman, Cruz, Hudson, and Loren hoof it in trailer for upcoming musical.
Moves musical out of the way of its awards hopeful "The Road."
"Sorority Row" and "Whiteout" get lost in glut of R-rated blood and gore.
It's never too early to figure out who'll be battling for the big award.
Deja vu ... Harvey and Bob hit town with rumors of funding woes, and "Inglourious Basterds" could put them on firm ground.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga