Joel Coen News
In 'Three Billboards,' a timely portrait of outrage
In 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' or anywhere else, Frances McDormand means business
Snowed in? What to watch during the storm
If you live in the Northeast, chances are good you're snowed in today. Fortunately, when the weather gets frightful, there's plenty of movies -- on streaming services and video on demand -- to watch from home. So grab a blanket, a cup of cocoa and the remote and snuggle in for some epic binge
Bill Murray Made 'Garfield' by Mistake; 'Walking Dead' Prank a Real Scream
quicklist: 1 title: Bill Murray Says He Signed Onto 'Garfield' Movie by Accident text: That's a pretty big oops. Bill Murray said in an interview on Reddit that he signed on for the "Garfield" animated movie by mistake. Murray said he mistook the director, Joel Cohen, for being one of the acclaimed
71st Annual Golden Globe Nominations Announced
Olivia Wilde, Aziz Ansari and Zoe Saldana announce who will go head-to-head at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards.
Can the Golden Globes Predict the Oscar Winners?
The Golden Globes beg a big question: Will the Oscar winners be the same people that were honored Sunday night? Historically, there hasn’t been a lot of synchronicity (more on that later). There’s also a huge difference between the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which hosts...
Nov. 29: U.N. Partitions Palestine 1947; Natalie Wood Dies 1981
1947 United Nations Partitions Palestine, Creates Israel Following World War II, the United Nations partitioned Palestine. U.N.’s Resolution 181 replaced the previous British Mandate for Palestine. It divided up Palestine into two separate states, one Jewish state and one Arab state. Leaders of
Critics Choice Awards 2011 Winners List
Best Picture * "The Social Network" "127 Hours" "Black Swan" "The Fighter" "Inception" "The King's Speech" "The Town" "Toy Story 3 "True Grit" "Winter's Bone" Best Actor * Colin Firth - "The King's Speech" Jeff Bridges - "True Grit" Robert Duvall - "Get Low" Jesse Eisenberg - "The Social Network"
Oscar Nominee Javier Bardem's Work Speaks Volumes
Javier Bardem, the jig is up. For years, the Spaniard relied on a fallback line when American directors came calling: He simply didn't speak English. That's what he told Ethan and Joel Coen when they approached him about playing a stony, roaming, coin-tossing assassin in "No Country for Old Men."
Europeans Sweep Acting Oscars
When actress Helen Mirren announced Daniel Day-Lewis' Academy Award for best actor Sunday night, he instantly focused on the face of his wife, Rebecca Miller. But for the British actor who already had received an Oscar, in 1990, for his leading role in "My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown,"
'Ridiculously Excited' at the BAFTA Awards
The glitz and glamour of Hollywood came to London Sunday for the British Academy Film Awards, with celebrities in an especially festive mood on word that the 14-week writers' strike may be over. The BAFTAs, from the British Academy for Film and Television Arts, took on an added significance this