Sundance Film Festival News
'Dunkirk,' 'Get Out' may give Oscars a crowd-pleasing punch
With raves for 'Dunkirk' and awards buzz for 'Get Out,' the stranglehold autumn prestige films have on Oscar season just might be wilting in the summer sun
Kalief Browder's siblings hopes new documentary 'Time: The Story of Kalief Browder' prevents their brother's case from repeating
For Kalief Browder, justice wasn’t simply blind, it betrayed him. Browder was arrested at age 16 for stealing a backpack. He spent more than three years at the notorious New York City jail Rikers Island, including nearly 800 days in solitary confinement. He was never tried, but was held because he
Behind the curtain: The art of a successful Oscar campaign
For those in the movie business, an Oscar is the most prestigious award an artist can get. But taking home the golden trophy may not always be just about merit -- often, there's artistry in the race itself. Here's what you need to know: What is an Oscar campaign? To win a coveted statue, studios
Oscars 2017: Peter Travers offers his picks on who will and who should win
Film Critic Peter Travers breaks down why he thinks it's a shoo-in for some Oscar nominees.
Leslie Mann, Robert De Niro Discuss 'The Comedian' Live on 'GMA'
every day. He talked about how he thought I was a better actress than Meryl Streep all the time. He was -- yeah. He's the ultimate co-star. Yes. No, it was amazing. I feel so lucky, you know. He's -- you know that. I tell you that. Yeah, I know. We tell each other. All the time. But you, Robert,
7 Ways the Oscar Nominations Are Making History
Peter Travers offers his take on how the Oscar nominations have changed and why this year could mark a turning point for the Academy Awards.
Kevin Smith Speaks Sundance Film Festival Buzz
Sabina Ghebremedhin speaks to actor and director Kevin Smith about the Sundance Film Festival, the Women's March and the Oscars from Park City, Utah.
Lily Collins Struggled With Eating Disorders as a Teen
Lily Collins ' newest role as a woman seeking treatment for anorexia hits close to home. The 27-year-old actress personally struggled with eating disorders as a teenager, something she revealed while at the Sundance Film Festival , where her new film, "To the Bone," premiered. "This was definitely
Scarlett Johansson, America Ferrera and More Join Women's March on Washington
One day after President-Elect Donald Trump is sworn into office next Friday, Debra Messing , Cher, Scarlett Johansson and more will join the Women's March on Washington, D.C. The Women's March on Washington will take place Jan. 21 and features partners including GLAAD , Planned Parenthood and
10% Happier: Josh Radnor of 'How I Met Your Mother'
The actor, writer, director told ABC News' Dan Harris that he discovered meditation after a break-up and never stopped.