The Academy seemed to be leaning toward “Gravity" for much of the evening Sunday, ultimately handing the film six Oscars, including the expected Best Director victory for Alfonso Cuarón. But while the Academy was busy throwing wins like Best Original Score, Best Film Editing and more the film’s way, it was saving up the evening’s top prize for “12 Years a Slave,” making it the first film to win Best Picture that was directed by a black filmmaker.
USA will be bidding farewell to long-running dramedy “Psych,” as the cabler has announced that the detective series’ current season will be its last.
Final episode will air March 26 and will be followed by an hourlong aftershow featuring a Q&A with the cast and show creatives.
In the latest of a string of bizarre behaviors, Shia Labeouf donned a paper bag on his head to the premiere of Lars Von Trier’s “Nymphomaniac: Part 1″ at the Berlin Film Festival Sunday night while walking the red carpet.
While the rest of his wardrobe — a black tuxedo and bow tie — suited the event, the message written in black paint over the paper bag is in line with his ongoing Twitter stunt. It read “I Am Not Famous Anymore,” which the 27-year-old thesp has been repeatedly posting on his Twitter account since Jan. 13.
Hugh Jackman will be the 2014 Tony Awards host, producers announced today.
This will be Jackman’s fourth time hosting the telecast, which will air live Sunday, June 8. He previously hosted from 2003-2005, winning an Emmy for the 2004 telecast. Jackman also won a Tony himself in 2004, for his role in The Boy from Oz. Jackman was last on stage in 2011, with his show Hugh Jackman — Back on Broadway; he’ll return to Broadway in 2015 in the play The River.
Seeing as how The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug laid the holiday movie season to waste, it’s safe to assume we’re going to be seeing a lot more dragon-centric films in the next few years. To whit, Universal has hired Jay Basu to adapt Julie Kagawa's fantasy book Talon. The Ya novel follows the…
The nominations are in for the 86th Annual Academy Awards and the stars are graciously thanking the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the acknowledgment of their hard work. Gravity and American Hustle lead the way and are tied for the most nominations with 10 each, followed by 12 Years a Slave with nine nods. They join Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Her, Nebraska, Philomena and The Wolf of Wall Street as the films vying for Best Picture.
Some serious claims are being made against Nigella Lawson. Two former kitchen assistants who used to work for the celebrity chef have alleged that Lawson used cocaine, cannabis and prescription pills “daily” for more than a decade,” The Telegraph reports. The accusations made by Francesca and Elisabetta Grillo came during a pre-trial hearing in London on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Selena Gomez returned to her home state to rock the Dallas Cowboys-Oakland Raiders halftime show. The 21-year-old pop star, who hails from Grand Prairie, Texas, hit the stage at At&T Stadium on Thanksgiving day rocking gold gladiator sandals, a fringe leather skirt, and a mesh and leather bodysuit, singing a medley of her latest hits.
Wasn’t Scary Spice available? Victoria Beckham showed off a miniature version of herself - a doll complete with angel wings, a black dress, heels and a tiny microphone - during a photo shoot on Thursday. “Finally!! I found someone to duet with on my Xmas e-commerce shoot!” she Tweeted. The former Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer also shared a pic of herself with her head inside a giant canary-yellow bag.
Paul Walker's co-star and friend Tyrese Gibson couldn’t hold back his emotions Sunday while visiting the site where Walker died in a car crash the day before. Photos: Paul Walker and Other Notable Deaths of 2013 Gibson, who starred with Walker in the Fast & Furious film franchise, paid his respects at the site, which has been adorned with flowers and other mementos in honor of the late actor. While walking around the site, Gibson broke down in tears and visibly struggled to keep his emotions under control.