Over the years there have been several cast and crew members who have been Oscar-nominated frequently but have never won an actual Academy Award.
Scarlett Johansson took a swipe at James Franco during the Women's March in Los Angeles over the weekend, even demanding her Time's Up pin badge back from him.
If you're planning on having a lovely chat while Morgan Freeman is picking up his next Lifetime Achievement award, then think again.
The Lord Of The Rings director Peter Jackson is to direct a feature documentary about the First World War. The film will use exclusive archive footage from the Imperial War Museums' film archive and audio from the BBC archives. The untitled documentary will receive its premiere at the BFI London Film Festival in 2018 with Trafalgar Releasing co-ordinating a simultaneous screening of the film in cinemas around the UK. It will subsequently aired on BBC One, where it will be…
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As “Star Wars” begins to fade out of the box office conversation, the focus now shifts to “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” which has performed beyond many analysts expectations and is now reaching revenue levels equal to that of some superhero films. After five weekends in theaters, the numbers for the sequel to Robin Williams’ 1995 adventure film sit at $316.5 million domestic and $767 million worldwide, good for seventh and eleventh respectively among all 2017 releases. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was expected to be the big moneymaker of the holiday season, but “Jumanji” has been the surprise, pushing Sony’s 2017 domestic revenue above $1 billion, the first time the studio has reached that level since 2014.
Mo’Nique is calling for a boycott of Netflix, alleging that she’s not getting offered the same pay as white and male comedians. “I am asking that you stand with me and boycott Netflix for gender bias and color bias,” she said in a video posted on Instagram. “I was offered a $500,000 deal last week […]
Scarlett Johansson, Viola Davis and Eva Longoria were among the stars to address an estimated 700,000-plus marchers in Los Angeles.