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  • My fearless, 100% accurate Emmy nominations predictions

     
    Here's who I predict will score bids when Emmy Awards nominations are unveiled Thursday morning: BEST DRAMA SERIES "Breaking Bad" "Damages" "Dexter" "Mad Men" "The Good Wife" "Lost" ALTERNATES: "Big Love," "Friday Night Lights," "House M.D.," "Sons of...
  • Pundits' slugfest: Emmy nominations predictions -- best drama actress

     
    Gold Derby's Emmy gurus Chris "Boomer" Beachum, Rob Licuria (AwardsHeaven.net) and I agree on four of the six women who will be nominated for best drama actress when Emmy bids are unveiled on Thursday, but we widely disagree on the last two spots. Also...
  • Emmy Awards nominations: Who got skunked!

     
    Ah, the Emmy Awards nominations that might have been! Below is a list of the programs and stars snubbed Thursday by the 14,000 voters of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Here is a list of nominees contending for the major awards at the 62nd...
  • Welcome to the Rileys–Kristen Stewart’s Sundance film

     
    James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo. It's a pity the trailer gives away the entire movie, or seems to. But that's what you've got to do to sell an indie film like Welcome to the Rileys these days....
  • Gold Derby nuggets: TIFF premieres Oscar hopefuls | 'The Fighter' contends | Foreign language film hopefuls

     
    • Nicole LaPorte recaps the race for the Oscars in the wake of the Toronto film fest, including an analysis of a best actress bout between Hollywood vet Annette Bening ("The Kids Are All Right") and the ingenue Natalie Portman ("Black Swan"). As...
  • 'Slumdog Millionaire' wins National Board of Review nod as best film

    'Slumdog Millionaire' wins National Board of Review nod as best film
    " Slumdog Millionaire," Danny Boyle's stirring fable about a young man who reflects upon his poverty-stricken life while competing to win 20 million rupees on India's version of "Who Wants Be A Millionaire," on Thursday was named best film of 2008 by...
  • 'Everybody's Fine'

    "Relief" is the word for it. It's a relief to see Robert De Niro giving an honest, effective starring performance in a project that does not stink and that, in fact, rises to a respectable level of filmmaking proficiency. How long has it been?...
  • 'Homicide: Life on the Street' - The Complete Series

    'Homicide: Life on the Street' - The Complete Series
    Though the former NBC drama has been released in its entirety on DVD before, its reissue in a 35-disc "mega-set" is well worth noting. Inspired by a nonfiction book by David Simon, the much-honored drama from producers Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana...
  • 'Treme': Wendell Pierce, Clarke Peters and company portray life after Katrina

    During his time on "The Wire," Wendell Pierce often regaled the Baltimore cast and crew with stories of his hometown of New Orleans -- the food, the music, the culture. If only they could see it for themselves. That was before Hurricane Katrina. The city...