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  • Sandra Bullock to receive Desert Palm Achievement Award

    Sandra Bullock to receive Desert Palm Achievement Award
    As part of what is shaping up to be a busy awards season for the actress, Sandra Bullock will receive the Desert Palm Achievement Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in January. The Oscar winner has been receiving strong reviews for...
  • 'Gravity' Rises to $500 Million at Worldwide Box Office

    Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" is expected to cross the $500 million mark globally on Saturday, becoming one of the most successful sci-fi movies of all-time and the biggest box office hit of both Sandra Bullock and George Clooney's careers. The 3D sci-fi...
  • 'All Is Lost,' 'Gravity,' 'Nebraska' go big with small casts

    'All Is Lost,' 'Gravity,' 'Nebraska' go big with small casts
    At some point during the filming of "All Is Lost," writer-director J.C. Chandor and his star (and sole cast member) Robert Redford were getting a little sick of one another. As the only actor on set, Redford had no one to commune with beyond the crew, and...
  • Scarlett Johansson: Why Oscar Voters Need to Consider 'Her' Performance

    It's the 21st century, and technology and the economy have changed everything. As a result, we have discarded a lot of old notions -- and it's time to dump several others. For example, let's get abolish the idea that an actor needs to be seen on camera...
  • 'Gravity' Launches in China with $9 Million

    Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" has taken off explosively in the red-hot Chinese market with $9 million in its first two days. Warner Bros. reported that the opening day gross of $4.7 million at 5,854 screens represented its biggest non-holiday launch for...
  • 'Gravity' pulls in $9 million in two-day China launch

    "Gravity" has landed in China, and it's pulling in plenty of moviegoers. Adding to its already strong international ticket sales, "Gravity" has made an estimated $9 million in its first two days in China, according to Warner Bros.  The Alfonso Cuarón ...
  • Against All Odds: Stories of Survival Pepper Oscar Race

    Writers and directors have never been shy about sending their characters into car crashes, shootouts, hostile Indian territory or bad marriages. Danger is their business. But the kind of peril faced in several of this season's more prominent dramas...
  • Oscar-Contending Screenwriters Reveal Their Secrets

    Stars and scribes are in bed together. And as current award contenders illustrate, nobody's sleeping with the enemy. Writing categories, normally heavily tilted toward such ensemble pics as "Juno" and "Little Miss Sunshine" with stars-to-be in the main...
  • Male Stars are Supporting Women This Awards Season

    When Emma Thompson received the script for "Saving Mr. Banks," she admits to being surprised. "The story was about a middle-aged woman. And she wasn't a wife, she wasn't a mother. It was irresistible." Though "Mr. Banks" is in the title, the film is...
  • Composers help tell the story and set the scene

    Composers help tell the story and set the scene
    When a movie has little dialogue and even fewer sound effects, what keeps the audience tethered emotionally to the story? And how can a film seamlessly blend the idea of death and a child's wide-eyed wonderment? Through its music, of course. Here are four...
  • SAG Awards analysis: Sprawling and showy carry the day

    SAG Awards analysis: Sprawling and showy carry the day
    When actors vote for awards, you can be sure of two things: They're going to love movies with sprawling casts (more parts = more work!) and showy roles that require physical transformation will typically beat subtler performances. Those precedents...
  • Oscar Best Pic Contenders Reflect America's Anxiety

    "Art is not a mirror to reflect the world," said Bertolt Brecht. And angst may be in the eye of the beholder. Still, this season's best picture contenders seem to be serving up equal parts entertainment and very modern anxiety, whether the films are set...