Plans to publish Charles Pellegrino's 'The Last Train From Hiroshima,' which the HMFIC wanted to turn into a movie, have been halted.
But wait, how is that possible?
Cameron says Worthington was always his first choice.
Plus: Regrets, Scott Porter has a few.
Plus: Isabella Rossellini still getting over David Lynch.
Book will serve as prequel to the blockbuster film.
Who wants to see ten movies in 24 hours?
Can he rein in his ego to prove to an audience of Oscar voters that he deserves a second trophy?
Parties, Gowns, Campaign, Repeat: A Portfolio of the Long, Star-Studded, Red-Carpeted Path to the Oscars
When you attend over a dozen movie awards shows, parties, lunches, brunches, teas, and Q&As over two weeks, you learn a few things.
It's a collaboration between the formerly married Oscar-nominated directors for a song by Bill Paxton's long-defunct new-wave band.
Directors think it's a game-changer, but the actors prefer the old game.
It officially passed 'Titanic' to become the highest-grossing picture in the history of the United States.
It addresses both inflation and overseas business.
Plus: 50 Cent doesn't care much for Chace Crawford.
Exes square off in final battle before Oscars.
"I’m sure he must have done some ‘mental research’ before he made that movie.”
"[Zoe Saldana] did many things for this role that are the kinds of things that earn people Oscars."
So why not vote for 'Drag Me To Hell'?
China is pulling the movie from 1,600 3-D screens. Also, says a doctor, it killed a guy.
But can anything save us from more James Cameron acceptance speeches?
Who's up? Who's down?
"Neytiri takes the end of her queue and raises it. Jake does the same, with trembling anticipation."
Plus: Laura Linney! Pablo Escobar! Humans!
HMFIC: "Yes, there'll be another."