| Jul 15, 2008
Kate Hudson has joined the cast of the Weinstein Company's big screen version of "Nine," adding another Oscar nominee to the roster.
The Tony-winning Broadway favorite will be brought to film by Oscar nominated director Rob Marshall ("Chicago").
| Dec 7, 2007
"Atonement" begins on a sweltering 1935 summer day, on the grounds of an English country house buckling, imperceptibly, under the weight of forbidden fruit.
The atmosphere of elegant rot suffusing director Joe Wright's film, a beautiful follow-up to...
| Jan 11, 2008
Weinstein Co. signed an interim deal with the Writers Guild of America, co-founder Harvey Weinstein confirmed in an interview Thursday.
The agreement mirrors the pacts the union recently signed with United Artists -- an independent company controlled by...
| Jan 30, 2008
TONY GILROY is an industry veteran, until recently best known for scripting all three "Bourne" films and co-writing "Armageddon." But in the awards-season crush, he's a rookie, especially as a director with his debut, "Michael Clayton," earning honors...
| Dec 7, 2009
"She was a horrible human being," recalls Otto Penzler, one of her publishers. It's an apt eulogy for a novelist whom Graham Greene, rather more charitably, dubbed "the poet of apprehension," a 20th century demiurge whose "world we enter each time with...
| Feb 21, 2009
In a rags-to-riches story that only Hollywood could write, "Slumdog Millionaire" won best picture -- and seven other Academy Awards on Sunday night at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood.
Not bad for a movie that was almost a straight-to-DVD release.
| Feb 23, 2009
Wolverine did a song-and-dance. A Swarovski crystal curtain shimmered. Veteran Oscar winners such as Sophia Loren, Anthony Hopkins and Eva Marie Saint were on hand to dole out awards.
Producers tried to shake up the 81st Academy Awards in a bid to...