The “Hollywood Film Awards” announce the first nine award winners this year, along with more celebrities scheduled to appear.
The Hollywood Film Awards, which has been held off-camera since 1997, will make its TV debut Friday as a two-hour special on CBS.
Fall has officially arrived and the chilly weather just makes us want to curl up by the crackling fire with a great book. So put the hot chocolate on the stove and cut yourself a slice a pie because our sister company Simon & Schuster is at it again with these riveting true stories to help pass the long autumn evenings.
“Birdman” should be seen by any and everyone who says they enjoy movies, because whether you love it or hate it, it will get under your skin, burn itself into your memory, and demand an emotional, visceral response, as all true art in any medium does.
Ondrasik is helping the CBS series Hawaii Five-O celebrate its one hundredth episode, which airs tonight (November 7).
This week, a pop icon crushed everyone’s dreams and “Episode VII” just got a lot more real.
During the final three weeks of Ferguson serving as host, popular friends of the show, including Jay Leno, will stop by.
Visually ambitious but thematically heavy-handed, “Interstellar” aims for a soaring, suspenseful film experience, but ends up collapsing under its own weight.
Voting for the awards end Dec. 4, followed by the ceremony in January.
More character study than thriller, “Nightcrawler” is riveting thanks to the talents of its star, Jake Gyllenhaal.