Is it time for the Oscar pool at work?
La La Land – starring Miles Teller and Emma Watson as Sebastian and Mia, instead of Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone?
You and I can disagree on a movie, but time gets the last word – even over the Oscars.
LONDON - What's been on Oscar nominees' minds before Sunday night's big telecast? 24 Hours got a sense when we caught up them at the British Academy Film Awards in London recently. Here's what they had to say:
Winning an Oscar can mean the difference between a big career and a middling one.
Patrick Stewart has dubbed Logan his last X-Men movie after “weeping and sobbing” during a recent screening.
When she signed up for the new horror-thriller The Girl with All the Gifts, British actress Gemma Arterton kept asking herself one question: “Am I really going to do a zombie movie?”
Horror and social satire are a great mix.
In Hollywood – if you’re lucky – when one door closes, another opens up.
Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro’s long-awaited mob movie The Irishman is heading to the small screen thanks to a distribution deal with streaming service Netflix.
Samuel L. Jackson, who co-starred in M. Night Shyamalan’s 2000 sci-fi thriller Unbreakable, found out that a sequel is being planned the way the rest of us did – by watching the movie Split.
We like our heroes to be ageless. We want to think that they’ll be here forever. And in the comic books, that’s mostly true.
How appropriate that Oscar winner Lou Gossett Jr. will get a Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday (Feb. 18) at AGO's Jackman Hall during the Toronto Black Film Festival (running Feb. 15-19)? Turns out the 80-yearold Brooklyn native - best known for his screen roles in An Officer and A Gentleman, Iron Eagle and Enemy Mine and the TV mini-series Ro
Midterm season is here again, and with Reading Week sandwiched right in the middle of things, there’s plenty to be done, but hopefully a fair bit of relaxation is ahead, too.
Is the resurrection of Mel Gibson complete?
Politics made their way into the British Academy of Film and Television (BAFTAS) on Sunday night as the British version of the Oscars honoured the modern musical La La Land with a leading five awards.
“Doing my best to disregard the many inflammatory President O statements and roadblocks. Thought it was going to be a smooth transition – NOT!” President Trump via Twitter.
Director David Gordon Green is to team up with his Pineapple Express star Danny Mcbride to give the Halloween horror franchise a new spin.
Shailene Woodley has officially stepped away from the Divergent franchise, insisting she will not star in a planned TV movie.