The nominations for the 84th Academy Awards are revealed in Beverly Hills, California.
Oscar wants to take you back in time.
There is nothing ordinary about Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Their romance heated up after they finished filming Midnight in Paris together
The stars are set to flock to the south of France as the film festival opens Wednesday
The 64th annual Cannes Film Festival kicked off in high gear Wednesday along a sun-drenched French Riviera.
Next month's film festival will also feature a special tribute to Elizabeth Taylor
In ordinary times, Minamisoma ("south" Minami) is a bustling little city of about 71,000 that sits along the Pacific coast line in Japan's Fukushima prefecture, about 150 miles north of Tokyo.
Film director Feng Xiaogang may have made China's biggest box office hit, the disaster movie, "Aftershock", but he built his reputation in comedies, comparing himself to American director, Woody Allen.
Filmmaker Feng Xiaogang is responsible for China's biggest box office success, the disaster film, 'Aftershock'.
I am not sure we ever get past the annoying disappointments, nor do we ever learn to break through walls and climb mountains, but we can get close to it if we just do it.
The duo's Vicky Cristina Barcelona director notes that "their genes are award-winning"
Casual clothing chain American Apparel, suffering a steep sales slump and manufacturing problems, warned Tuesday that it might default on loans and not be able to stay in business.
France's First Lady is seen shooting scenes for the upcoming film, Paris In Midnight
Go ahead: Indulge yourself. Top your cone with another scoop of ice cream. Then check out these suggestions for creating (even more) moments to savor.
This month let The Screening Room be your guide to the Cannes Film Festival. Presenter Myleene Klass goes beyond the glamour and the glitz at the most important festival on the movie calendar. We rub shoulders with the creators of the next billion dollar blockbusters, arthouse auteurs and low budget bloggers. Directors such as Ridley Scott and Woody Allen will strut up the red-carpeted steps of the Palais. Oliver Stone talks global financial meltdown as his follow up to the 80s classic "Wall Street" premieres in Cannes. And Mick Jagger brings rock 'n' roll swagger to the Croisette. From Algeria to Russia, China to Iran, 18 films will battle for the top prize. The Screening Room will tell you who takes home the coveted Palme d'Or.
It's that time of year again: The annual Cannes film festival is poised to kick off more than a week of glamour, prestige, and of course, some of the best in international cinema.
Showbiz Tonight's Brooke Anderson tours the 63rd Cannes Film Festival as everyone awaits this year's biggest stars.
Summer is just around the corner, which means that we should brace ourselves for the usual drought at the movie house. Why does it seem like summer movies are always just a bunch of cheesy blockbusters, packed with comic book characters and explosions? Maybe it's because the film industry assumes that we're outside soaking up the sun and have lost some brain cells as a result. But for those of us who are allergic to the beach or are staging a "sit-in" against wrinkles, is it too much to ask that we have a few good summer film options? No, I say. I've searched far and wide for the top 10 summer movies that shouldn't suck. You're welcome.
On my very first date with my boyfriend, I didn't know if he was going to kiss me. I didn't know yet that he loves Concord grapes, plays the saxophone and has never seen a Woody Allen movie.
Historically, women's rights and status in America have been viewed by both men and women as "soft" issues -- worthy but marginal.
Oh, how the Gosselins' world has changed since June, when in their last new episode, Jon and Kate announced their separation.
Sandra Bullock will surely be popping open the champagne as her new romantic comedy, "The Proposal," accepted the top spot at the box office this weekend by grossing $34.1 million, according to early estimates by Hollywood.com Box Office.
The American director says of France's First Lady,"I'd give her any role"
Actress Patricia Clarkson has a giggle whenever she thinks about the handwritten letter she received from the great Woody Allen.
Producer KJ Matthews tells us about Woody Allen's new movie "Whatever Works" and its all-star cast.
The Mouseketeers' prerogative, it seems, is to rage against the Disney machine that made them.
Woody Allen's lawsuit against American Apparel for unauthorized use of his image on billboards ended Monday with a $5 million settlement to be paid to the actor-director by the clothing company.
The star won't join Naomi Watts in Woody Allen's latest - but she does make a commercial
In the four decades that he's been making films, Woody Allen has become as synonymous with New York as bagels and Broadway.
Remember the worst job you ever had? You know, back when there were jobs to be had?
The Slumdog Millionaire beauty is about to costar with Nicole Kidman and Josh Brolin
Woody Allen, M. Night Shyamalan films on are up next tap for Freida Pinto and Dev Patel
Kate Winslet, Sean Penn take top honors; Heath Ledger, Penélope Cruz also win
Designer Stephen Shadley knows the entertainment industry. He grew up in Southern California, worked as a scenic artist and toured with Disney. He's also designed homes for stars such as Diane Keaton, Woody Allen and Jennifer Aniston.
The Wrestler star and Penelope Cruz both take home acting trophies
In our tough economic climate, it's worth reminding ourselves that losing a job might not be the end of the world. Sure, it never feels good, but for these well-known folks, getting the boot from their gigs provided the impetus for them to reach even greater successes.
Plus: Heath Ledger, Mickey Rourke, Colin Farrell and more take home top awards
Perhaps what was most striking about Thursday's nominations for the 66th annual Golden Globes wasn't what received a nomination, but what didn't.
The 99-year-old National Board of Review honors the stars for their roles
There's something about film critics that makes them susceptible to the lure of lists
The trio, plus another man, meet in West Hollywood for chow and chat
A Spanish romance that's fine at worst, sexy at best
CNN's KJ Matthews talks to the cast of Woody Allen's new film "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."
When Scarlett Johansson was hired by Woody Allen for the film "Match Point" in 2005, she was a last-minute replacement.
Scarlett Johansson can laugh about it now, but the actress says she was embarrassed by the media coverage of her so-called "e-mail relationship" with Barack Obama
You can hardly turn on the TV or surf the Web these days without reading about some celebrity or politician canoodling with some other person who's married to still another person altogether.
There's no lab test or imaging study like a CT scan or an MRI to measure how much progress you've made in therapy. But there is a strong movement away from endless navel-gazing -- the Woody Allen stereotype of therapy going on for years, even decades, without resolution.
The French film The Class takes top honor and Clint Eastwood's Changeling stands out in a mostly disappointing year
Woody Allen's latest, unveiled at Cannes, nails the art of falling in love and messing things up
An arrest in Orlando's airport demonstrates the new science of reading micro-expressions
An homage to both the spirit of filmmaking and the resilience of antiquated technology lift Michel Gondry's latest movie.
Many moons ago, Mad magazine ran photos of prominent politicians with a concise expression of disgust at the bottom of each: Ecccch.
Take a handful of screen goddesses and a clutch of matinee idols, put them together and one thing's sure to happen. Nobody does love like they do in the movies: this month on the Screening Room, we've picked our favorite silver-screen romantic moments.
Woody Allen's new film isn't what it might be, but it has interesting things to say about class and morality
Woody Allen's muse is about to act like Woody Allen's mentor, Bob Hope – Scarlett Johansson is going to entertain the troops in the Persian Gulf, the USO has announced.
Moviefone ''Unscripted'' talks with Jerry Seinfeld and Renee Zellweger about their new animated comedy ''Bee Movie.''
For some people, the first step to getting fit may be sitting on the couch and channel surfing
Life is good for Scarlett Johansson. The actress and aspiring singer just recorded her debut album and has a calendar full of film projects that will keep her busy for months.
"The Nanny Diaries"
The great Swedish filmmaker is fondly recalled by his No. 1 fan
New York is an instantly recognizable brand -- the ultimate distillation of metropolitan living and the imperial city of American capitalism.
New York is an instantly recognizable brand -- the ultimate distillation of metropolitan living and the imperial city of American capitalism. Hyperactive, hysterical and self-obsessively hip, nowhere else has been so mythologized by popular culture. Entire musical genres -- disco, punk and hip-hop -- were shaped there. The sidewalks, subway and skyline have inspired a lifetime of work by Gothamite auteurs such as Martin Scorsese and Woody Allen. That creativity reflects New York's restless kinetic energy. Everyone here is making something, whether it's money, music or margheritas. The huddled masses these days are more likely to be stockbrokers crammed on a downtown train, but nowhere in the world can match New York's diversity. Wave after wave of immigrants have adopted corners of the city as their own, creating an interlinked patchwork of communities representing virtually every country and culture on earth. New Yorkers may be infamous straight talkers with an inflated sense of their own importance, but
On a typical day, I'm surrounded by a lot of people who are probably smarter than I am, whether I'm in a classroom full of MBAs or in a boardroom with top executives. But I'm wise enough to know on...
Maybe it's because the Ant Queen (summer's movie MVP, Meryl Streep) is so excellently magisterial. Or because Nurse Ant Hova and Wizard Ant Zoc (Julia Roberts and Nicolas Cage, both of them loose and playful -- yes, Cage is playful, not gloomy!) are such a cool formicary couple.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are staying at a secluded Namibian beach resort, surrounded by tight security, prompting speculation their baby will be born in Africa.
Moses, mobsters, and eight other things we recommend this week:
As a critic, Paul Clinton was fond of using the word "perfect" in his reviews. As his editor, I was just as fond of taking it out.
Homer S., Mary J., and eight other things we love this week:
Manhattan's most ardent ambassador has left the building.
For the most part, 2005 was a rather mediocre year at the multiplex -- a sad fact reflected in some of the box office numbers.
Steven Spielberg has called his new film, "Munich," "a prayer for peace." But -- probably much to his dismay -- the film has provoked war, a war of words if not of deeds.
t balance between maximizing return and minimizing risk, and you're well on your way to reaching your goals. ...
Whether or not success in life is about just showing up, as Woody Allen claimed, success in retirement investing is about proper asset allocation. Divide your retirement savings to strike the right...
Wait a minute. Is that Steve Martin romancing Claire Danes -- an actress less than half his age -- in "Shopgirl"?
Whether or not success in life is about just showing up, as Woody Allen claimed, success in retirement investing is about proper asset allocation. Divide your retirement savings to strike the right balance between maximizing return and minimizing risk, and you're well on your way to reaching your goals.
There are few things quite so dreadful as the prospect of our own impending demise. As Woody Allen put it, "I don't want to achieve immortality through my work. I want to achieve it through not dying."
As Woody Allen said, sex is dirty only if you do it right. If you do it wrong, however, it's pretty funny.
As is the case with many longtime Woody Allen fans, I approach his annual film with a combination of high hopes and a heavy heart. His movies in recent years -- to put it mildly -- have been wildly uneven.
So you think "The Exorcist" is about demonic possession, "Alien" is about a hungry beast and "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" is about people turning into mindless pods?
"Garden State" isn't "Scrubs" star Zach Braff's first turn on the big screen. But if he had to do his feature film debut again, he'd, well, do it again.
Prince is turning down his mojo.
Open court, a century-old publisher of academic philosophy books, reached out to the masses in 2001 with a philosophical look at Seinfeld. That book's success spawned a pop-culture series, taking t...
My wife and I are in our 30s and have about $25,000 to invest for retirement. I used to be the type of person willing to take a risk, but I'm scared to buy stocks now because of all of the problems with the market. What do you recommend I do?
Imagine Hunter S. Thompson writing about the new Mac operating system. That's the wacky spirit you can expect when you check out the online narratives known as Weblogs. While these sites represent ...
Thomas Edison famously said genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. Almost as famously, Woody Allen said 80% of success should actually be credited to showing up. What neither took into acco...
The prospect of freezing people and later thawing them out has long factored large in the American imagination. It's a staple of science fiction novels. It's been a plot device in numerous movies, ...
Despite the volcanic scandals that periodically erupt for their amusement, the pundits tell us that Washington is dull these days, sunk in a slough of ennui. I hate to say this, but the pundits, fo...
The possibility that this year's presidential election will turn into a Woody Allen movie hit home quite suddenly the other day, when we first tuned in on the Bernie Sanders scenario. The scenario,...
Woody Allen is stronger on comedic drama than public policy. We first gravitated to that cautious judgment 20 years ago, when he briefly walked out ) on the Broadway production of Play It Again, Sa...
Rock singer Madonna's garbage-can garb and pouty red lips travel well. Mitsubishi Electric paid a reported $650,000 for the right to use fragments of her Virgin Tour rock video in a Japanese TV ad ...
TEXANS ADMIRE independents, and not just the oil field variety. Lately they have been taking notice of FilmDallas, a small and innovative limited partnership with a $2.4-million kitty invested in p...
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