Here, our wish list of what these 10 talented nominees should wear for the 2014 Academy Awards.
These days, you tend to see the same old Oscar ballot featurettes from every critic, pseudo-critic and sentient being with a keyboard, so I'm going to...
These worlds on screen allow glimpses of the ways our worlds could be, might be, or hopefully never will be.
While Instagram updates can make anyone feel as though they're in on the Hollywood secrets for red-carpet perfection, there are untold tricks that makeup artists keep up their sleeves for those moments when nothing can be left to chance.
(Naomi Watts at Bulgari's "Decades of Glamour" event. Courtesy of Getty Images) "The Bulgari party had everything: music seemingly ripped from my c...
The cry meter is simple, actually. When I have two or more choices that seem to be weighted rationally and technically the same, I choose in favor of the one that elicited a stronger emotional response from me. Basically, I pick the one that made me cry more.
Regardless of who takes home Oscar gold on March 2nd, movie studios will win as audiences flock to see the nominated films starring and celebrating the 50+ demographic.
Warning: This parody contains frank language and images of Shia LaBeouf. Parental guidance is suggested.
Who's taking home this year's Best Picture Oscar? In this quick segment, we look at the best predictors of who will win Best Picture, to give you a...
If anything, the disconnect between the studios and quality films is more pronounced now than it's ever been. Hollywood's solution? Open up more slots in the best-picture category, in hopes of tricking Oscar voters into nominating some box-office hits as well as the arthouse fare that seems to dominate the awards.
The Best Picture rarely tells us what the best picture is. But it very often gives us a valuable glimpse into what our society is going through at the time of the award. I thought I'd take a stab at describing what a win for each contender would say about our current society.
As Sunday's date for this year's Academy Awards approaches, and with it the growing suspense over who will win what, Nick Clooney follows from his Augusta, Ky., home (near Cincinnati) with special interest.
This year the Best Picture category gave me a lot of regional things to work with.
Oscar speeches and spirituality? Confession is good for the soul. At the annual awards, five little words set my teeth on edge, "And I want to thank," followed by the long, obligatory list of industry insiders. Just once I'd love to see someone get real about gratitude.
In however small a way, we might have influenced the history of a nation for the better right there. How many times do you get to do that in a screenwriting career?