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  • 2 years of classes helped Timothy Spall capture J.M.W. Turner's genius

    TORONTO It's not unusual for an actor to learn a new skill or how to mimic one in service of a role. Jennifer Lawrence took archery lessons for "The Hunger Games," Josh Brolin perfected peach pies for "Labor Day" and Chadwick Boseman mastered James Brown's splits down and back again for "Get On Up."
  • Simmons y Arquette favoritos del Oscar

    Simmons y Arquette favoritos del Oscar
    LOS ANGELES - J.K. Simmons ("Whiplash") y Patricia Arquette ("Boyhood"), ambos nominados por primera vez por la Academia de Hollywood, son los grandes favoritos a alzarse el próximo domingo con el Óscar en las categorías de mejor actor de reparto y...

    Oscars 2015: Supporting actor nominees rejoice in their journeys

    Oscars 2015: Supporting actor nominees rejoice in their journeys
    The academy announced Thursday that Robert Duvall ("The Judge"), Ethan Hawke ("Boyhood"), Edward Norton ("Birdman"), Mark Ruffalo ("Foxcatcher") and J.K. Simmons ("Whiplash") are the 2015 Oscar nominees for supporting actor. Simmons, considered a front-...

    The best and worst of the 2015 Oscar nominations

    The best and worst of the 2015 Oscar nominations
    Here we go again. Take a deep breath, I tell myself. It’s just the Oscars (taking place Feb. 22). Yes, I reply, but there were just so many terrible decisions! How can I not be upset? To elaborate, starting with a few reasons to be happy about the...

    Reel Critics: 'Selma' is a superb depiction of history

    Modern cinema is full of fictional comic book heroes fighting fictional villains. They survive wild exploits, but their phony lives are never really in jeopardy. In contrast, "Selma" recreates a tumultuous time in American history when true heroes rose up...