Defending his movie's violence, Quentin Tarantino says slaveholders did "far worse" than any of the gory scenes depicted in "Django Unchained"
Classical Hollywood style, based on genre and continuity -- on expectation -- finds itself shot, stabbed, bludgeoned, choked and blown up in "Inglourious Basterds"
It's hard to write the truth about Hollywood - and sometimes you pay the price
Quentin Tarantino captured the zeitgeist with his WWII saga
A plea for civility in a time of ugliness
A nervous look at what'll be inside those envelopes at the Kodak Theater on March 7
Bender, Roth join fundraiser for Haiti; "Shutter Island's" Scorsese, DiCaprio enjoy film's premiere
"District 9," "Inglourious Basterds," "Up" and "This Is It" also win Golden Reel Awards
Writers Guild also honors dolphin documentary "The Cove"
In the final days of awards season, two contenders add charity events into the mix
Harvey Weinstein and Quentin Tarantino have the Best Picture race in an uproar
It's "Hurt Locker" vs. "Avatar," but who's going to win -- and has "Inglourious Basterds" muscled into the race, too?
Producers of Oscar-nominated films swap war stories in Santa Barbara
And he's doing it by exploiting his own ethnicity with blatant lies
The first weekend of the film festival hosted James Cameron, Sandra Bullock, Quentin Tarantino and many others
Plus, Nicole Kidman, Ricky Gervais, Ben Silverman and lots of opining on Leno-Conan
They have delivered a message with their nominations: James Cameron will like it, but Clint Eastwood won't
Kathryn Bigelow's film and "Inglourious Basterds" each win four awards
Why isn't Harvey Weinstein sending WGA screeners? Because it wouldn't help
From AARP actors to "The Hangover" to "Anvil" to ... "Revanche"?
Three more critics groups chime in, honoring Quentin Tarantino and Kathryn Bigelow
With 12 Golden Globe noms for the Weinstein Company, Harvey says hard times for indie films have him focused and mad
Screen Actors Guild gives "Up in the Air" three nominations, but not best ensemble cast
The latest batch of critics' awards spreads the wealth, from George Clooney to Nicolas Cage
San Diego group honors Quentin Tarantino, while Austin critics go for Kathryn Bigelow
Two films win a record 10 noms from the Broadcast Film Critics Association; "Avatar" scores nine
Tom O'Neil sees Quentin Tarantino riding to glory behind a DGA win ... but the DGA doesn't even like the guy.
At their own theater, Academy members pass judgment on "An Education," "A Serious Man," "Inglourious Basterds" ...
Some good news for the beleaguered Weinstein Co.
"Given the economy and the quality of the movies released last summer, to come in slightly up on gross is a pretty good result."