How aging Academy members could affect this year's awards races
Funny movies are harder and harder to get made in Hollywood because foreign audiences don't like them
The first sign of fall in Los Angeles isn't seeing the leaves turn—it's getting Academy screeners in the mail
A Hollywood producer reacts to the death of Chasen, who was shot and killed after attending a film premiere
Rebecca Traister's new book explores the aftermath of Hillary Clinton's failed run
Industry insiders wrote off this long, difficult film as a niche movie. How it defied expectations and became a huge summer blockbuster.
No one in the movie industry will ever wear a cape to the office anymore. Remembering Ed Limato, who died over the weekend.
With studios low on cash, the only way films get made is if they are based on comic books or viral YouTube videos
Why are some female critics responding to Kathryn Bigelow's thrilling Oscar win for 'The Hurt Locker' by denouncing romantic comedies?
'Avatar' didn't win Best Picture or Director, but it's changed the industry. Plus, there's a new hottest party in town.
The biggest-grossing movie ever goes up against an indie. A Hollywood producer weighs each film's Oscars odds.
From Best Director to Best Screenplay, an insider predicts the winners—and offers her opinion on the biggest non-story of the awards season.
Movie producer Lynda Obst reports on this year's A-list Golden Globe parties, and offers the inside track on what the main event's latest trends portend for the future of the industry.
Movie producer Lynda Obst gives the scoop on two of Oscar weekend's biggest A-list parties, and makes some informed Oscar predictions
Movie producer Lynda Obst laments the plight of recession-era Hollywood and explains why this year's Oscars are shaping up to be a disappointment