Sean McNamara's adaptation of Vonda N. McIntyre's historical romance novel stars Brosnan as King Louis XIV
Redesign of iconic Oscar envelope comes as Academy brings back "and the Oscar goes to" after last year's "and the winner is" experiment
Still, the telecast co-producers tell TheWrap they've "gone further than anybody has ever gone in stretching the boundaries."
“This has a chance of being something exceptional, as opposed to just good”
Dancers will be showcased in two big numbers, one of them said to be unlike any previous Oscars dance number ever
Idea of modernist set is to immerse viewers in the movies, says designer
On the rare occasions when the Academy uses a pair of producers, the result can be a neat division of labor ... or big confusion.
Crew members weigh in on a production team that's new to live television.
The big question now is whether the choice of host will fall toward the Shankman side of the scale.
Former Fox chief and "So You Think You Can Dance" choreographer to head telecast.
Pandemonium founder will speak at event, held Sept. 28 in Century City.
All the studios looked at “Coraline” as if you can’t scare kids, forgetting that the classic Disney pictures all did it.
“You can't flood the market with every TV show, every reality show, and dump your library into the market all at one time