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  • Hollywood's 2013 double feature: critical acclaim and box-office record

    Some critics are calling 2013 the best movie year in a decade. And although critical darlings don't always produce profits, it will also be the highest-grossing year on record — barely. After a shaky spring and a summer of high-profile hits and...
  • 'The Hobbit,' 'Django Unchained' and 'Fast & Furious 6′ Are Most-Pirated Films of 2013

    My precious! Warner Bros.'s "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" was the No. 1 pirated movie of the year, with the fantasy pic racking up an estimated 8.4 million illegal downloads. The next two most-pirated films are "Django Unchained," logging 8.1...
  • The Best of Branded Entertainment in 2013

    Branded entertainment gets a bad rep when it's more promotional plug than entertaining distraction. But when it's done well, you get content that connects with consumers in the best way possible -- creating goodwill for a company while selling goods at...
  • A reluctant list of 2013's top 10 films

    A reluctant list of 2013's top 10 films
    It's customary for us ink-stained (and now, of course, pixel-stained) wretches to look back on the year's films and pluck out 10 titles that we ordain collectively as top 10 lists. This process was fun the first 20 or so times I did it, but there is...
  • BAFTA 2014: The complete winners/nominees list

    BEST FILM "12 Years a Slave" WINNER "American Hustle" "Captain Phillips" "Gravity" "Philomena" OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM "Gravity" WINNER "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" "Philomena" "Rush" "Saving Mr. Banks" "The Selfish Giant"' OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY...
  • 'Gravity,' 'Her,' 'Oblivion' earn Art Directors Guild nominations

    "Gravity," "Her," "American Hustle" and "12 Years a Slave" were among the nominees Thursday morning for the Art Directors Guild's annual awards for production design. Nominated in the period film category were Judy Becker for "American Hustle";...
  • Art Directors Guild nominations: Complete list

    NOMINEES FOR EXCELLENCE IN PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A FEATURE FILM IN 2013: Period film "American Hustle" -- production designer: Judy Becker "The Great Gatsby" -- production designer: Catherine Martin "Inside Llewyn Davis" -- production designer: Jess...
  • Film Review: 'Cold Comes the Night'

    Two determined and desperate souls collide in unlikely fashion in "Cold Comes the Night," a capably assembled if ultimately unremarkable thriller outing for writer-director Tze Chun. As in his memorable 2009 immigrant drama "Children of Invention," Chun...
  • Film Review: Delayed 'Cold Comes the Night' is nothing to sneeze at

    Film Review: Delayed 'Cold Comes the Night' is nothing to sneeze at
    Much as retailers cut prices on Dec. 26 to unload overstocked Christmas merchandise, so do film distributors — in the first week or two of January — hustle to dump the overflow of last year's scheduled-then-pulled releases. This is...
  • Location filming in L.A. down sharply in last 20 years, report says

    Location filming in L.A. down sharply in last 20 years, report says
    Despite gains in feature and television production last year, Los Angeles experienced whopping losses in location film activity over the last two decades as Hollywood took its show on the road, according a new report. While location filming for...
  • 2014 Oscar Nominations: 'American Hustle,' 'Gravity' Lead with 10 Each

    "American Hustle" and "Gravity" led nominations for the 86th Academy Awards with 10 each, followed by nine for "12 Years a Slave." The trio will compete for best picture in a category that this year has nine entrants, also including "Captain Phillips,"...