For those who feel like Hollywood’s awards season can’t start soon enough, you’re in luck.
With so many new award-worthy films coming out this fall and winter, the “Hollywood Film Awards” may find it a little difficult picking just one honor.
The 2014 “Hollywood Film Awards” show will be hosted by Queen Latifah and broadcast from the Hollywood Palladium.
Matthew McConaughey continues his career resurgence with another strong performance.
In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, Chris talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about the media reaction, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach about Mirandizing the surviving suspect, and Frank Gaffney from the Center for security policy about the bombings impact on the immigration debate. He also talks with Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about Eric Kratz’ big night against the Cardinals and Roy Halladay’s recovery from his slow start.
The thriller ‘Safe House’ eked out first place, followed closely by last weekend’s winner, ‘The Vow.’
Movies rarely come along this immediately overbearing and obnoxious.
The animated attraction Rio, which had the year-to-date’s best opening last weekend, finished in first place at the box office for a second straight time, earning an estimated $27 million.
From 1984, the Oscar-winning documentary on the trailblazing life and tragic murder of San Francisco political activist-turned-politician, Harvey Milk.
This sequel was more than an equal. The high-tech thriller Tron: Legacy, the 28-years-later followup starring Jeff Bridges, finished first at the box office running away from the pack and earning an estimated $44 million in its weekend debut.
Not that there’s anything terribly wrong with this romantic comedy. It’s just that there’s not enough right with it.