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.
“Some of you don’t know the name / But that’s that guy from The Hunger Games.”
Three Billboards and Big Little Lies conquer the film and television categories, respectively.
Martin McDonagh’s wrenching, blackly comic story of retribution is singularly affecting.
Frances McDormand takes justice in her own hands in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri trailer: Watch
The charged, vulgar dramedy from Martin McDonagh will hit theaters on November 10th.
The actor joins Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Steve Carell on the project.
Sometimes, books are better…
Featuring 70 battles you won’t see in Captain America: Civil War.
A combination of bad schedules and one lead’s untimely passing seemingly ended the project.
Six-episode series is billed as semi-autobiographic dark drama.
Don Verdean attempts to send up blind devotion to religion, but just comes off as mean.