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  • Mouse house tops Studio Report Card

    Mouse house tops Studio Report Card
    IN the documentary "King Corn," a couple of guys decide to move to Iowa and see what it's like to grow an acre of corn. Even though it looks like a picture-postcard cornfield, they discover that what they've really done is grow an acre of sugar. Most...
  • The popcorn path to redemption

    A paper presented by researchers ... to the annual meeting of the American Economic Assn. concludes that violent films prevent violent crime by attracting would-be assailants and keeping them cloistered in darkened, alcohol-free environs." -- New York...
  • British Academy Film Awards swept away by 'Atonement'

    British Academy Film Awards swept away by 'Atonement'
    "Atonement," the sweeping romantic epic starring James McAvoy and Keira Knightley, dominated the nominations for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts' film awards today. The adaptation of Ian McEwan's acclaimed novel of redemption was...
  • Oscar noms announced as strike shadow hovers

    Oscar noms announced as strike shadow hovers
    "Atonement," "Juno," "Michael Clayton," "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will Be Blood" were nominated this morning for the Academy Award for best picture of 2007. The gripping oil epic "There Will Be Blood" and the gritty contemporary Western, "No...
  • 'Old Men,' 'Blood' Lead Oscar Nominees

    "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will Be Blood," two stark dramas about obsessed men, are the top nominees for the 80th annual Academy Awards. The two films earned eight nominations apiece, including nods for best picture, best director (Paul Thomas...
  • What the Oscars should be rewarding this year

    Any awards show can honor the best movies, performances and scripts. Why isn't anyone paying attention to the worst titles and most irritating characters? We've rounded up the awards that the Oscars should be giving out this year, and you don't even...
  • Oscar ballot vs. box office

    Oscar ballot vs. box office
    The films the Academy loves aren't always the same as those embraced by the moviegoing public. Following is a look at the domestic box-office tallies of the five best picture nominees as compared with the five highest-grossing releases of last year....
  • Best picture Oscar contenders set in one place, shot in another

    Best picture Oscar contenders set in one place, shot in another
    This year's Oscar-nominated movies, especially larger-than-life epics such as "Atonement" and "There Will Be Blood," take you there -- but exactly where? Like actors' doubles, films often are shot in breathtaking locations that are stand-ins for the...
  • Where to find the top nominees

    Where to find the top nominees
    Now in theaters -- or not Need to catch up on your marquee Oscar nominees? Here's how you can find the films nominated in the acting, directing, animation and best picture categories: "No Country for Old Men"...in theaters "There Will Be Blood"...in...
  • Gilroy and Clooney talk 'Clayton'

    Gilroy and Clooney talk 'Clayton'
    TONY GILROY is an industry veteran, until recently best known for scripting all three "Bourne" films and co-writing "Armageddon." But in the awards-season crush, he's a rookie, especially as a director with his debut, "Michael Clayton," earning honors...
  • Why did Oscars leave 'Hairspray' high and dry?

    Not a single Oscar nomination for Hairspray? Something's not right here. No disrespect to the five Best Picture contenders, but Hairspray was more fun and displayed more energy than any of them. This musical ode to the transcendent joys of dance and...