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  • 'Californication' to end in 2014

    'Californication' to end in 2014
    Showtime's sex-drenched comedy "Californication" will be coming to an end in 2014, with its 12-episode seventh season beginning in April. David Duchovny stars in the series as womanizing writer Hank Moody, whose series of affairs is the source of...
  • 'Californication' to End After Upcoming Seventh Season

    "Californication" will be coming to a close at the end of season seven, Variety has confirmed. Comedy will return for its final season in April. The David Duchovny-starrer, which debuted on the net in 2007, has accrued several Golden Globe and Emmy...
  • Sally Hawkins' springboard into her 'Blue Jasmine' character

    British actress Sally Hawkins first broke out as the unsinkable Poppy in Mike Leigh's 2008 feature "Happy-Go-Lucky," for which she won the Golden Globe. As the working-class Ginger in Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine" earlier this year, she starts out with...
  • Audrey Hepburn's 1953 'Roman Holiday' an enchanting fairy tale

     Audrey Hepburn's 1953 'Roman Holiday' an enchanting fairy tale
    William Wyler's enchanting 1953 Cinderella-esque comedy, "Roman Holiday," made Audrey Hepburn an overnight sensation. She not only won the Academy Award for best actress but she also received a Golden Globe, a British Academy of Film and Television Arts...
  • For independent films, Oscar buzz often means change of fortune

    Awards season is a boisterous clamor for attention, full of prestige picture releases and endless marketing dollars strewn to support them — all with the goal of taking home a few statues early next year. But amid the ado there are exceptions: The...
  • How early awards might shake up Oscar predictions

    How early awards might shake up Oscar predictions
    It's mid-December, and everybody's a winner, what with critics' prizes and best-ofs and award nominations being announced seemingly around the clock. Has any of this changed the best picture race? And how are the documentary and foreign-language...
  • '12 Years a Slave' and 'American Hustle' lead Golden Globes nominations

    '12 Years a Slave' and 'American Hustle' lead Golden Globes nominations
    Slavery drama "12 Years a Slave" and 1970s con-artist caper "American Hustle" led the Golden Globe Awards nominations announced on Thursday with seven nods each, fortifying their frontrunner positions ahead of the Oscars. In the coveted best drama...
  • SAG Award nominations: '12 Years a Slave,' 'Butler' lead the way

    SAG Award nominations: '12 Years a Slave,' 'Butler' lead the way
    “12 Years a Slave” and “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” earned a total of seven nominations Wednesday for the 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards, solidifying their status as front-runners as the road to Oscar gold begins in earnest....
  • Oscar's Best Picture Squeeze: Who Will Be Left Out in the Cold?

    At this point, there are about 20 films competing for Oscar's five to 10 best-picture slots. The race is like a game of musical chairs, but without the laughs. In theory, the contest is beginning to take shape, after the awards from the New York Film...
  • SAG Awards 2014: Sandra Bullock, Meryl Streep on best actress list

    SAG Awards 2014: Sandra Bullock, Meryl Streep on best actress list
    The best actress category went largely as expected when the Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations were announced Wednesday. The category is heavy on veterans, with a mix of prior nominees and winners, and looks to include the names likely to be mentioned...
  • For Golden Globes, defining what is a comedy is serious business

    A spiteful, drug-addicted matriarch with mouth cancer can't find her husband. A folk singer has nowhere to sleep and few paying gigs. A depressive alcoholic thinks he's won some money, but he hasn't. If these plots don't sound comical, well, you must...