Now in its 90th year, the annual ceremony honors cinematic achievements in the film industry.
A complete assessment of this year’s incredible crop of talented nominees.
Three Billboards and Big Little Lies conquer the film and television categories, respectively.
It’s been a strange year full of killer clowns, musical cars, and sad kids.
Margot Robbie excels in a darkly comic biopic about the famed Olympic antihero.
I, Tonya suggests a much-needed revaluation for women previously smeared by the press.
Allison Janney and Sebastian Stan co-star in the stranger-than-fiction biopic.
Celebrating the best in television.
Emily Blunt’s dynamic leading turn is lost in a mire of ridiculous contrivances.
Legendary director Tim Burton wastes another A-list cast on an empty fun house.
Six cast members will join Hillary Clinton’s campaign in Ohio this weekend.
Due out in September, it tells the story of a mysterious orphanage.