Film / Television
The Razzies held their 33rd annual tribute to the year's most cringe-worthy cinematic efforts Saturday, pouring scorn on some familiar personalities and performances.
As the Directors and Producers Guild Awards go, so does the Academy. At least most of the time.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President Hawk Koch recently sat down with Patt Morrison to discuss the major happenings for the Academy at the Oscars and beyond.
The very first thing you'll likely hear during the Oscars this Sunday is the Academy orchestra, but who are these musicians and what do they do when it's not awards season? KPCC'S Kevin Ferguson reports.
Replace the ink cartridge and chill the cheese plate, it's time for the 85th Annual Academy Awards! Here are all the party printables you need.
The Academy Awards are this Sunday night, and movie fans everywhere are making their predictions. Let us know who YOU think should win.
Read the predictions and brush-up on nominee buzz to win "most psychic" at your Oscar party on Sunday. KPCC's crystal ball coverage can help you choose wisely.
Four generations of the Westmore family have done hair and make-up on film and TV in Hollywood. They created beauty and beasts.
Who will win the Oscars? KPCC offers a rundown of likely winners in the Academy Awards Big Four categories based on their awards so far this season.
How much does a studio gain from a best picture win? How much more money can an actor command with a gold statue on their resume? Gina Delvac reports.
Willis' action sequel "A Good Day to Die Hard" debuted as the weekend's top draw with a $25 million debut from Friday to Sunday.
Deadline reports that The Kill Hole — an independent film about a "black ex-military sniper who targets associates ... and hides out in the wilderness" — has been given a March release date.
Larry is joined by KPCC film critics Claudia Puig and Henry Sheehan to review the week’s new film releases including Beautiful Creatures, A Good Day to Die Hard, No and more. TGI-FilmWeek!
"Zero Dark Thirty," screenwriter Mark Boal joins Larry to talk about the research involved in creating the film and responds to attacks of being pro-torture.
Veterans who've already gained a toehold in the entertainment business are helping newcomers break in, and the rest of the industry may be following suit. Josie Huang reports.
The Oscars are a few weeks away, but the show’s geekier cousin, the Scientific and Technical Awards, happens tomorrow. KPCC’s Sanden Totten reports.