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  • Live chat with Choire Sicha

    2008-01-13 17:07:06.0 Choire Sicha: Looks like we're slowly easing into this thing--we should have our act together in mere moments. Anyway! For those not near a T.V., there wasn't much to miss--although I had no idea that William Shatner was 76? And that...
  • A Global disaster

    A Global disaster
    AS Top 40 radio is fond of reminding us, you never realize how much you love something until you lose it. In recent years, the Golden Globes takedown has become a required screed of the media. The show, we gripe, has become too over-hyped, too glitzy, too...
  • Globes are not afraid of the dark

    Globes are not afraid of the dark
    "ATONEMENT," director Joe Wright's epic romantic drama of redemption starring Keira Knightley and James McAvoy, won the 65th annual Golden Globe award for best motion picture drama Sunday evening, capping off a night overshadowed by the crippling...
  • The plot for the season thickens

    The plot for the season thickens
    In the wake of the disaster known as the 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards comes the last of the key guild indicators today, the list of five nominees for the top award of the Producers Guild Of America. The biggest omission from what the rest of the major...
  • British Academy Film Awards swept away by 'Atonement'

    British Academy Film Awards swept away by 'Atonement'
    "Atonement," the sweeping romantic epic starring James McAvoy and Keira Knightley, dominated the nominations for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts' film awards today. The adaptation of Ian McEwan's acclaimed novel of redemption was...
  • Oscar noms announced as strike shadow hovers

    Oscar noms announced as strike shadow hovers
    "Atonement," "Juno," "Michael Clayton," "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will Be Blood" were nominated this morning for the Academy Award for best picture of 2007. The gripping oil epic "There Will Be Blood" and the gritty contemporary Western, "No...
  • 'Old Men,' 'Blood' Lead Oscar Nominees

    "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will Be Blood," two stark dramas about obsessed men, are the top nominees for the 80th annual Academy Awards. The two films earned eight nominations apiece, including nods for best picture, best director (Paul Thomas...
  • Oscar's seasonal switch

    Oscar's seasonal switch
    In The Season of surprise, it turns out Oscar had a few of his own. As press and publicists gathered for this morning's Oscar nomination announcement by Academy president Sid Ganis and Kathy Bates (a last-minute substitute for a scheduled but unannounced...
  • The private life of Julie Christie

    The private life of Julie Christie
    Oscar-winning actress Julie Christie ("Darling," "Dr. Zhivago," "Far From the Madding Crowd," "Petulia") was Hollywood's ultimate "It Girl" in the late '60s and early '70s. She was the epitome of the swinging '60s British bird, wearing bell-bottoms,...
  • 'No Country' tops SAGs

    'No Country' tops SAGs
    "No Country for Old Men" won top honors at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night, taking home a statuette for best ensemble in a motion picture. Earlier in the evening, Javier Bardem won best supporting actor for his role in the gritty western...
  • Ready, set, action at Santa Barbara film fest

    With the Academy Awards ceremony in doubt because of the writers strike, sighting movie stars on the red carpet is becoming an endangered sport. Organizers of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival -- which started Thursday and continues through...
  • SAG show a spirit-lifter

    SAG show a spirit-lifter
    In a normal year, the Screen Actors Guild Awards are just one event in a seemingly endless succession of Hollywood-statuary handouts. Indeed, the commercials pretty much say it all. This year's TNT and TBS broadcasts of the awards Sunday night were broken...