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  • Smiling Through Clenched Teeth: Why the Biz Bothers With the Hollywood Film Awards

    Any writer will tell you that dialog is important, but the crucial element is subtext. And so it is with the Hollywood Film Awards. Every year, Oscar contenders go in droves to the event, usually making wisecracks, but often they don't even know why they'...
  • Star-studded Hollywood Film Awards rambles on in all sincerity

    Star-studded Hollywood Film Awards rambles on in all sincerity
    Gazing out at the packed Beverly Hilton Hotel banquet room, veteran producer Jerry Weintraub shook his head from the stage as he accepted the Hollywood Legend Award at Monday night's Hollywood Film Awards. "This has gotta be bigger than the Academy's,"...
  • Stars Power 17th Annual Hollywood Film Awards

    "In the words of a famous countryman of mine, John Lennon, 'All you need is love,'" said "12 Years a Slave" director Steve McQueen upon receiving his Hollywood Breakout Director Award, the first award of the night presented at the 17th Annual Hollywood...
  • Sandra Bullock: A close encounter of the Oscar kind?

    Sandra Bullock: A close encounter of the Oscar kind?
    In a year when A-listers Will Smith, Matt Damon and Tom Cruise tried to rocket to the stars in big-budget science fiction movies, the actor who has achieved the most powerful liftoff is Sandra Bullock. Her film, “Gravity,” has been in...
  • 'Gravity' Soars Past $300 Million at Worldwide Box Office

    The box office steamroller that is Warner Bros.' "Gravity" reached $300 million worldwide Wednesday, with domestic grosses outstanding at nearly $175 million. Internationally, the 3D B.O. phenom, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, reached $115.6...
  • Former teen idol Zac Efron buys a grown-up house

    Former teen idol Zac Efron buys a grown-up house
    Zac Efron, who seems to be in every other movie these days, still found time to pick up a home in Hollywood Hills recently for $3.995 million. The former teen idol, who owns another house nearby in Hollywood Hills West, bought a two-story Zen-inspired...
  • 'Pacific Rim' can't beat 'The Heat' in DVD/Blu-ray sales

    Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy are arresting plenty of DVD and Blu-ray buyers. Their buddy cop comedy "The Heat" is the top title on Rentrak's DVD sales chart for its first week in release, thwarting Guillermo Del Toro's science fiction smash-em-up...
  • The Best Picture Race: Will Academy Rise to New and Bolder Challenges?

    Back in March, I wondered aloud if the Academy, clearly stuck in a feel-good groove after having awarded best picture to "The King's Speech," "The Artist" and "Argo" the past three years, would ever see fit to honor a film that dared to challenge an...
  • 'About Time' and the Pleasures of the Time-Travel Romance

    "About Time," Richard Curtis' third and final film as a director, is -- wait a second. Today's theme being time travel, let's suspend that thought and return to the not-terribly-distant past -- specifically, to the fall of 1980, when Universal (the...
  • Palm Springs Fest Fetes Steve McQueen

    Steve McQueen will receive the director of the year award at the 25th annual Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival. The helmer is being honored for "12 Years a Slave" at the Jan. 4 gala, where the previously announced Sandra Bullock, Bruce Dern and Matthew...
  • Review: 'The Prime Ministers' a vivid look at Israel's early leaders

    The documentary "The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers," adapted by producer-director Richard Trank from the book by Yehuda Avner, examines the geopolitical state of Israel under the leadership of two of its earlier prime ministers, Levi Eshkol (1963-1969)...
  • Producers Kill Broadway's John Grisham Adaptation 'A Time to Kill'

    Broadway courtroom drama "A Time to Kill," based on the early tome by John Grisham that launched the novelist's career, will shutter Nov. 17 after just seven weeks on the boards. Producers were betting the scribe's legions of lit fans would turn out...