OK, "Gravity" hair-splitters, director Alfonso Cuaron has some news for you: It's a movie.
Yes, he's aware of the criticisms of the film. Yes, he knows that some people don't buy his depiction of space.
He's OK with that.
For Susan Sarandon, the Golden Globes aren't the only opportunity to get loose at an awards show.
The 67-year-old actress revealed to Bravo's Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live!" Wednesday that when it comes to major Hollywood events, she tends to arrive flying higher than the rest.
What a difference a city makes.
This weekend was packed with awards events thrown by local critics associations on opposite coasts, and it looks like the East has been more taken by Steve McQueen's "12 Years A Slave" than the West.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are always in sync.
But always singing in the right key? That's another story.
Only a couple days into awards season, and already the curveballs are flying.
On Wednesday, the National Board of Review - the century-old organization of film aficionados, professors and industry professionals - named the Spike Jonze film "Her" as 2013's best picture. The film, which stars Joaquin Phoenix as a man who falls in love with a Siri-like computer system (voiced by Scarlett Johansson), also nabbed Jonze the honor for best director.
Aside from their access to some really great films, we do not envy the judges of the 2013 Gotham Independent Film Awards.
The filmmakers who sat on the juries - and the moviegoers who voted on the audience award - have had to make some incredibly hard decisions.
The 23rd awards ceremony, which was held on Monday night at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, boasted a number of high-profile nominees, including one of the best films of the year, "12 Years A Slave."
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