Month: March 2011

Film Detail just tweeted the wonderful new game of Monopoly, Lebowski style. ¬†There are several notable features, like the “It’s already the 10th” square, remembering when Jeff Lebowski was late on the rent (and then had to go to watch ...

Beginners was my inspiration for posting today’s poll asking Awards Daily readers to choose their favorite gay films of the past 30 years. Looking back over recent history, especially over the past decade, it seems we’re seeing at least one ...

UPDATE: after 12 hours, here’s how the first 700 voters ranked the Top 15 Gay Films of the past 3 decades. With 170 titles on the poll, check out your choices for the Top 50 LGBT Films of the past ...

Four-time Oscar nominee Ed Harris will play Senator John McCain in HBO’s Game Change, an insider account of the 2008 election. As we posted several days ago, Julianne Moore will portray Sarah Palin. The book follows the campaigns of Arizona ...

Thanks to Daily Beast’s Marlow Stern for the tip to this Hollywood Reporter article on Nicholas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now — as to the question of whether Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland actually did it on camera: Well,¬†Peter Bart unequivocally ...

Life publishes unpublished photos of the beautiful pair. Click here to see them. One more after the cut.

Still reeling from our loss of a legend. October, 2009: “How to Be a Movie Star: Elizabeth Taylor in Hollywood”

New “Family” featurette for Win Win lands today from Fox Searchlight. Two more spotlighting Amy Ryan and director Tom McCarthy, after the cut.

CNN reports that Elizabeth Taylor has died at 79 from heart failure. It’s impossible, or nearly, to pin down what was so great about her. Partly it was just her other worldly beauty – some faces are like great buildings ...

After 2010 brought back The Oscar Movie in a big way, I thought it was a good time to re-post The Oscar Movie trailer as a good way to officially start the year. This pretty much nails it.

Thanks to Kevin for the link to these first images from the film, available at Empire. In an interview with Ain’t it Cool News, Jodie Foster talks about filming God of Carnage — which looks like it might be ready ...

It’s hard not to be jaded and cynical as another awards season sprouts out of the fertile ground from last year’s crop – those dead and dying films turning out great soil for new growth. It’s hard to remain hopeful, ...

The Descendants gets a Dec 16th release, positioning director Alexander Payne and George Clooney in a prime holiday showcase slot for maximum awards impact. As late as last November, Fox Searchlight had this family drama tentatively slated for late-entry year-end ...

Best Movie – WINTER’S BONE Buried Treasure – DOGTOOTH Best Documentary – MARWENCOL Best Director – Debra Granik for WINTER’S BONE Best Actress – Hye-ja Kim for MOTHER Best Actor – (TIE) Ryan Gosling for BLUE VALENTINE and Philip Seymour ...

Production on The Hobbit has finally commenced in New Zealand. Slashfilm provides these two photos and link to Peter Jackson’s Facebook page. (Street date release for The Lord of the Rings trilogy extended edition that we featured last week has ...

Casting Penelope Cruz and Ian McShane is looking more and more genius.

…or 5, depending on who you count as a character, super-sized after the cut.

phantom spots these brief tantalizing lines at the end of a Deadline item about Aaron Johnson’s rising star: Johnson has also been offered the romantic lead role alongside Keira Knightley in Anna Karenina, the adaptation of the Tolstoy classic tragic ...

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