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  • Forest Whitaker to receive Gotham Independent Film Awards tribute

    Forest Whitaker to receive Gotham Independent Film Awards tribute
    Actor/producer/director Forest Whitaker, who won the best actor Oscar for the 2006 film "The Last King of Scotland" and is currently starring in the acclaimed "Lee Daniel's The Butler," will be presented with the Actor Tribute at the 23rd Gotham...
  • NYFF 2013: In command performance, Cate Blanchett makes awards case

    NEW YORK — Cate Blanchett has played a queen, a dancer, a Russian villain and Katharine Hepburn. But she took a more direct approach on a stage Wednesday night being herself. The "Blue Jasmine” star, who in the summer art-house hit plays a...
  • 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...
  • MTV Movie Awards 2014: Complete list of winners and nominees

    Proving that maybe the tastes of MTV are not so different from those of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, three Oscar-nominated films -- "12 Years a Slave," "American Hustle" and "The Wolf of Wall Street" -- are among the movie of the...
  • So much time to mull and re-mull those top Oscar races

    The Academy Awards are still more than three weeks away, and, by this point, there's the feeling that everyone involved should be looking (or at least feeling) like Cate Blanchett's desperate, fallen socialite at the end of "Blue Jasmine" — bleary-...
  • BooHoo.com celebrates U.S. launch at Beyonce's L.A. concert

    BooHoo.com celebrates U.S. launch at Beyonce's L.A. concert
    The event: BooHoo.com, a U.K.-based online fashion retailer, threw a star-studded viewing party at Beyoncé's "Mrs. Carter Show World Tour" L.A. concert Tuesday night at the Hyde Lounge at Staples Center to celebrate the company's first year in the U.S. ...
  • Awards Season Answer Guy talks Fassbender, academy squeamishness

    We get letters. OK ... emails, mostly. Some tweets. And, yes, still the occasional missive with an actual stamp, typically affixed with a lovely shade of bile that sears through the envelope. Beginning today, we'll use this space to occasionally...
  • Kim Kardashian wears huge diamond engagement ring from Kanye West

    Kim Kardashian wears huge diamond engagement ring from Kanye West
    Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are officially engaged and Kardashian has a 15-carat diamond to prove it. [Los Angeles Times] Elle has drawn some flak for wrapping zaftig actress Melissa McCarthy in a bulky coat on one of the four alternate covers of...
  • Red carpet review: Alexa Chung, Melissa McCarthy in black and white

    Red carpet review: Alexa Chung, Melissa McCarthy in black and white
    Elle Magazine's 20th Annual Women In Hollywood event brought lots of lovelies out Monday night in Los Angeles, including Marion Cotillard and Reese Witherspoon.  Elle has been in the news because of the November magazine cover featuring Melissa...
  • 'Blackfish,' other animal documentaries move far beyond the cuddly

    'Blackfish,' other animal documentaries move far beyond the cuddly
    The new documentary "Blackfish" opens with footage of a killer whale and a human being beneath the water's surface. As their forms become entangled, it looks as if they are involved in some kind of struggle, and the moment grows increasingly ominous....
  • Shakespeare's 'Macbeth' finds its pop-culture moment

    Shakespeare's 'Macbeth' finds its pop-culture moment
    The play is more than 400 years old and we all know how it ends, but suddenly William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" is back in vogue. The Scottish tragedy is enticing a number of actors ranging from young to the far side of middle age to play the murderous...