All Eyez are on Tupac — below the belt.
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Newly established Chinese company Linking Star Picture is to develop five superhero figures and associated projects from Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment as well as Chinese superhero movies, with Bob Sabouni, the the former vice president of Marvel, acting as art consultant for Linking Star. The new Beijing-based company, unveiled Monday in the Chinese capital, is… […]
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She got it from her mama!
The network debuted its non-gender policy Sunday night.
The long-gestating project was written prior to the Oscar winner’s making of ‘Whiplash.’ read more
Many are calling it the most epic Oscars moment ever. After “La La Land” was mistakenly announced as Best Picture over actual winner “Moonlight” at the 2017 show, stunned audience members and viewers were left wondering how such a blunder could take place. Access Hollywood breaks down the now-historic snafu, moment by moment.
It’s already widely considered the most unforgettable moment in Oscars history. Now, new footage shows an inside perspective of what went down at the 2017 Academy Awards when “La La Land” was mistakenly announced Best Picture over actual winner “Moonlight.” How did presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway end up with the wrong envelope in […]
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ relationship with PwC, the accounting firm responsible for the integrity of the awards, remains under review.
“It was the weirdest TV finale since ‘Lost,'” Kimmel cracked.
‘La La Land’ producer Jordan Horowitz: “Something was wrong. I had to fix the situation.” read more
When Sly Stallone’s “Rocky” nabbed a Best Picture award 40 years ago, the actor celebrated in an unlikely locale: a fast-food joint.
HOLLYWOOD — Almost all of this year’s crop of best picture nominees were financed not by big studios, but by independent companies, says Nick Meyer, who represents Amazon-backed “Manchester by the Sea” internationally and Jeff Bridges’ “Hell or High Water.” Meyer, the CEO of Sierra Affinity, a film producer, financier and distributor, says a host…
When everything is political, a diverse spectrum of winners is more crucial than ever.
‘Arrival’ and ‘Hidden Figures’ follow. read more