New rules reflect changing times, make voting easier and even redefine what a movie is
From "Independence Day" to "The Invisible War," prepare to love or hate our choices for favorite war movies
"Zero Dark Thirty" stars Jessica Chastain and Joel Edgerton and is directed by Kathryn Bigelow
A multi-million suit claiming that the team behind the Best Picture winner stole an Iraq vet's life story has been tossed
Sgt. Jeffrey Sarver plans to appeal the ruling, which ordered him to pay court costs
The company behind "The Hurt Locker" rolled up its operations three years ago during the downturn, but now it plans to make films for $10...
Oscar-nominated actor says buying, restoring and reselling houses kept him afloat when acting jobs weren't coming
Two Oscar nominations, two upcoming franchises ... and "The Town" star hopes he doesn't get hit by a bus anytime soon.
How bad is it? "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke says she couldn't even get a meeting to direct "The Fighter."
Boal is still writing the script using classified information he obtained while researching the project
Why can't Mark Boal and Kathryn Bigelow slam-dunk their next project?
Youth is served on the Oscar telecast ... which has seen weirder choices
A year after losing to "The Hurt Locker," Cameron will return to receive the PGA's top award
No one from Hollywood paid attention to the little fest up north -- and then came "American Beauty"
The Odds called "The Hurt Locker" back in September of 2009. So who's looking good this year?
"Bomb Patrol: Afghanistan" will go behind the scenes with a bomb-disposal squad
Movie producer's efforts to get 14,000 consumers to pay for illegally downloading films faces thorny legal questions
At Student Oscars, AMPAS prez Tom Sherak jumps the gun on the traditional announcement
Film fest also books "Scott Pilgrim" director Edgar Wright
A lawsuit makes everybody look bad, and the umpire who goofed might be ready for his closeup
"Inception" gets coy, and Ashton Kutcher turns piracy into a marketing scam
Oscar winners Nicholas Chartier and Greg Shapiro ("The Hurt Locker") will produce the film, which is based on Neil Gordon's novel
Reportedly courting Samuel L. Jackson, John Turturro and Rosie Perez for "Brooklyn Hearts MJ"
Shrek gets naughty, and Cannes gets ready
The director of "Moon" gets a lesson in DVD revenues, and the makers of “The Hurt Locker” still haven't seen that lawsuit
Chartier receives his Best Picture trophy in private meeting at the Academy
Summit plans 74-theater post-Oscar bump-up, with the film proving to be the bomb on DVD
Independent movies took home a dozen Academy Awards, compared with nine for studio films
The Best Picture money will be in DVDs - 710,000 sold already
It was a night for the expected ... and the unprecedented