They had eighteen months to turn the Bin Laden raid into a film.
"He's a rugged leading guy. Ask yourself: 'How many rugged, leading guys are there?'"
Sergeant Sarver said Jeremy Renner's character was really him.
The sweeping lawsuit targeting illegal downloads just got a little less sweeping.
Director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal are fighting back.
Sheldon Turner and Nicolas Chartier are teaming up.
"I hope your family and your kids end up in jail one day for stealing so maybe they can be taught the difference."
With Jessica Biel.
Calls this year's Oscar winner "lazy."
She's having a pretty good March so far.
Has Hollywood finally beaten the Iraq Curse?
Bigelow and Co. thanked everybody in their Oscar speeches except for, amazingly, the one group that proved most key in their awards-season success.
The husband-and-wife duo talk to us about attending the Oscars as non-stars, learning to walk the red carpet, and keeping it together during an acceptance speech.
It won without a real campaign.
"One day, in a pinch, he tried to wash and iron the shirt himself."
If you've seen the Oscars in the past 81 years, you knew what you were gonna get.
Just the fact that everyone now knows who Christoph Waltz is means something has gone very right.
The days when one movie would gobble up all the major awards have gone the way of the economy.
Chartier's e-mail to soldier filing lawsuit is even stranger than the now-infamous anti-'Avatar' message.
A real-life bomb-disposal squad leader says he was the inspiration for main character Will James.
Academy doles out harsh punishment after he says in e-mail to pick 'Locker' over 'Avatar.'
Anyone know the difference between an IED and a GED?
'A Prophet' cleans up at the French Oscars.