“Tangerine” won the audience award at the 2015 Gotham Awards, with the film snagging that award soon after its win for the breakthrough actor award for star Mya Taylor. The Gotham Awards mark the start of film industry’s awards season with a Nov. 30 ceremony in New York, honoring winners drawn from a pool of... Read more »
The National Board of Review has named “Mad Max: Fury Road” as the best film of 2015. It was an unexpected victory for the summer tentpole starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, which received favorable reviews when it opened in May, but is seen as an awards season longshot. So far, most of the advanced... Read more »
Netflix is top of mind for anyone purchasing a streaming media device like Apple TV, Chromecast or Roku. Sure, these devices offer access to hundreds, if not thousands of other media apps, but let’s face it: At the end of the day, most people use them for Netflix viewing, and little else. That’s why we wanted to... Read more »
1 HELMUT BERGER, ACTOR (Andreas Horvath) Maybe the best motion picture of the year is also the worst? One-time dreamboat movie star and lover of Visconti, Helmut
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"Spotlight," Tom McCarthy's look at the journalistic expose of the Catholic-church sex scandal, was the big winner at the Gotham Awards on Monday night, taking the top honor of best feature as well as best screenplay and a special jury ensemble performance prize.
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When most people think of “Star Wars” style, Princess Leia’s side-buns hairdo and white robe or Darth Vader’s fearsome black helmet and cape probably come to mind. For copy editors, it’s more likely how to punctuate a jumble of words such as Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope or whether to spell Chewbacca’s species as Wookie or Wookiee.
Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz join executive producer Kathy Reichs in following a similar lawsuit filed Wednesday from Barry Josephson, producer on the long-running procedural.