The Third Coast, featuring Bening as a casting director in New Mexico.
The film formerly known as Imogene.
Let's do the time warp again!
Plus some blessed Amish wood.
Also, Darren Criss.
"The two notes from the girl who won for ['Black Swan'] ... Like, are you kidding me?"
The competition on the red carpet can be as interesting as the awards race itself.
Vulture's taken a look at the newest crop of contenders and the careful narrative crafted for each.
Let us know who you think needs to have a serious talk with their stylist tomorrow.
Insulting winners 'The Social Network' and 'The Kids Are All Right,' White made for an uncomfortable evening.
'The Kids Are All Right' also scores big.
Hilary Swank Calls Out Amy Adams, and Four Other Highlights From The Hollywood Reporter’s Actress Roundtable
Also, 'Black Swan' helped Natalie Portman feel bad for skinny people.
An extremely competitive category this year.
The director talks about how the movie came about, casting Julianne Moore and Annette Bening, and why "a family is a family is a family."
Annette Bening on Mother and Child, Teen Pregnancy, and Playing the Woman You Wouldn’t Want to Meet in the Grocery Store
The actress discusses her new film, 'Mother and Child,' playing a woman who gave up her child for adoption, and how she's motivated by fear.
Plus: Scarlett Johansson good at cooking, swearing.
Plus: Rufus Wainwright outs 50 Cent.
Same-sex couple Bening and Moore adjust to sperm donor's reappearance.
The only questions left: Which distributor will acquire it? And then which star will they push for Best Actress?
Plus: Anthony Hopkins! Meryl Streep's Daughter! Mario Lopez!
Plus: Day man! Fighter of the Night Man!
Plus: Hopkins does Hemingway.
Plus: Finally, Keyshawn Johnson will get his own reality show about interior design.
Plus industry news on The Women, Isla Fisher, and Fat Joe.