Actress was in India working on "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 2" and not feeling up to making the trip
The scores were great and the songs were problematic as the Academy held its first concert devoted to nominated music
Hint: "Her" brought up the rear
With a wide-open race going down to the wire, studios are spending lavishly and searching desperately for messages that resonate
Las Vegas (or wherever these sites are based) views "American Hustle" and "Gravity" as the most serious threats to Steve McQueen's drama, while "Dallas Buyers...
"As to 'Wolf of Wall Street,' this film is devoid of values. It is cheap sexual exploitation"
Adaptation award goes to the screenwriter and to the author of the original work
Sony Best Picture nominee is up 28 percent from last week and tops the other awards contenders
"Dallas Buyers Club," "Nebraska" also stand to gain the most from making the Academy's Best Picture list
Academy selected nine Best Picture candidates, all of which are nominated in multiple categories
USC Libraries award honors both screenwriters and the authors of original material adapted for movies
The Weinstein Company's "August: Osage County" averages $28K in second week in five theaters
"A nomination is not a win," writes Theo Kingma in the wake of Weinstein Co. and Fox Searchlight ads
"There was tragedy and comedy going on at the same time. It was the double thing that I really liked and thought was very, very...
The actor spoke with TheWrap about his drive to write a dramatic film that was also funny
It's not all about the grosses. A strong showing at the multiplex can mean voters will go to see your film or pick up the...
Judi Dench drama jumps from 4 theaters to 835 in 2nd week and cracks top ten. 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" averages $25K on four...
The Judi Dench drama posts $33K per-location average in four theaters for the Weinstein Company
The Weinstein Company's drama joins a very crowded field of contenders in its limited New York and L.A. rollout
Stephen Frears’ docudrama urges us to forgive the sinning Catholic Church, which is one thing, but why the condescension toward atheists and intellectuals?
Judi Dench and Steve Coogan star in Stephen Frears' movie, which is now rated PG-13
Films by Spike Jonze, Ralph Fiennes, Stephen Frears, Asghar Farhadi and Errol Morris also join lineup
Weinstein puts the British drama in Oscar race, sets "One Chance" for Dec. 27 and shifts "Grace of Monaco" to March 2014
Stephen Frears directed the drama written by Coogan and Jeff Pope, based on Martin Sixsmith's book "The Lost Child of Philomena Lee"