We just were making peace with the fact that this year's Golden Globes ceremony has been reduced to a one-hour, acceptance-speech-less news conference devoid of the usual candid shots of actors drinking, when we found out that NBC has apparently asked obnoxious Access Hollywood hosts Billy Bush and Nancy O'Dell to emcee the event.
It's quite possible that you never made it to Death at a Funeral this summer — which is a shame, because that'd mean you missed Alan Tudyk's tour de force performance as a naked guy on a roof!
Will the Gay Super Bowl survive?
Does this mean it's all over for Atonement?
From now until the Oscar nominations are announced on January 22, Vulture will be highlighting some of 2007's greatest, sure-to-be-overlooked performances.
Comparing the NSFC's list of past winners to the Academy's makes a pretty decent counter-history of great film.
Plus: The rise of P.T. Anderson.
Only Wright gets the secret of great parody: Don’t hate the thing you’re making fun of – love it.
Just before we split for the holidays, Vulture made a plea to Oscar voters to not forget one of our favorite movie performances of 2007, Christopher Mintz-Plasse's as Superbad's McLovin — turns out someone might've actually been listening!
A handful of Screen Actors Guild Award nominations make Sean Penn's film a player again.
Unless you've somehow heroically managed to avoid PerezHilton.com for the past twelve hours, you probably already know about the just-announced surprise pregnancies of Lily Allen and Jamie Lynn Spears, Britney's 16-year-old sister.
Looking back on the totality of the year's cinematic crop, was there a single more memorable, more endearing film character than Christopher Mintz-Plasse's McLovin?
Every week between now and January 22, Vulture's Oscar Futures will listen to insider gossip, comb the Oscar blogs, and out-and-out guess when necessary to track who's up, who's down, and who's currently leading the race for a coveted nomination.
Who saw their gold-plated dream crumble into dust this morning in the hands of Hayden Panetierre?
Who got the nods?
Check back tomorrow to find out we're wrong about 40 percent of these!
Plus: Amy Ryan, suddenly a front-runner?
The Coens or Julian Schnabel?
The National Board of Review hails the Coens.
His self-titled debut record may be one of the only music-business success stories this year, but members of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences just couldn't bring themselves to nominate Chris Daughtry for Album of the Year today.
The Grammy nominations will be announced tomorrow morning, and everybody's speculating over who they'll go to, even though we've never, in our entire lives, met anyone who gets even a little excited about the Grammys.
Sure, the Oscars have rewarded dark, violent movies in the past, but Sweeney makes Silence of the Lambs and The Departed look like Legally Blonde and Legally Blonde 2 (respectively).
Who's up? Who's down?
Last night’s Gotham Awards ceremony, held for the first time in Brooklyn, at Steiner Studios’ massive Stage 3, provided an entertainingly schizophrenic picture of the indie film world.
Who's up? Who's down?