February 10, 2013
Iran-hostage drama “Argo” continued its journey from awards-season outsider to favorite Sunday, winning three prizes, including best-picture, at the British Academy Film Awards.Access the Full Story
February 10, 2013
Ben Affleck has won the best-director prize at the British Academy Film Awards for his Iran-hostage drama “Argo.” Access the Full Story
January 09, 2013
Historical biopic “Lincoln” leads the race for the British Academy Film Awards, with 10 nominations including best picture and best actor — but nothing for director Steven Spielberg. Access the Full Story
January 07, 2013
NEW YORK, N.Y.
Find out why the fitness world is getting ready to shout out “balle balle!” Access the Full Story
December 15, 2011
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
Silent film is taking over Hollywood’s awards scene. The silent-era tale “The Artist” heads the Golden Globes with six nominations, among them best comedy or musical and acting honors for its French stars, Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo. Access the Full Story
July 24, 2011
SAN DIEGO, Calif.
Freida Pinto lucked out when it came to filming “Immortals” – the beauty, who plays Greek priestess Phaedra in the upcoming adventure film, says that although she did have to watch what she ate in preparation for the movie, her male co-stars had to adhere to a much harsher regimen.
“I didn’t have to keep it as strict as the boys had to,” Freida told Access Hollywood of her male co-stars’ (Henry Cavill as Theseus, Kellan Lutz as Poseidon and Luke Evans as Zeus) diet restrictions at the 2011 Comic-Con in San Diego, Calif., on Saturday. “I would see them and offer them fruit and they’d say, ‘No, we can’t have fruit.’ And I’m like, ‘Fruit? Fruit’s healthy!’ And they’d say, ‘Yeah… but it’s sugar.” Access the Full Story
February 22, 2011
Danny Boyle made the world root for a Mumbai street urchin in “Slumdog Millionaire,” made James Franco sweat as a climber trapped in a Utah canyon for “127 Hours.” Then for his next trick, he made a monster.
The Academy Award-winning director returns to the British stage after 15 years with “Frankenstein,” a new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Gothic chiller about a scientist who builds himself a man, with tragic consequences for himself and his creation. Access the Full Story