Yes, it was the Oscars, and last night provided everything you would want: stars, snubs, surprises and searing Sam Smith-related outrage. But who actually won and lost? Here's my take on the highs and lows of the 2016 Academy Awards.
It's been over a month since the Oscar nominations came out, and after all that time, here's what we know: nothing. The Best Picture race is still pretty up for grabs, so to help make sense of it - and give you some help with your picks - here's Matt Mueller's predictions for Sunday night.
The first of the big entertainment awards will be dished out tonight at the Golden Globes. Let's take some guesses on the big winners before the red carpet is rolled out and Ricky Gervais starts making everyone in the ballroom uncomfortable.
Now there's Baz Luhrmann's rendition of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby," done up as the big, loud extravagant 3-D summer blockbuster I doubt Fitzgerald had in mind when he wrote his time-honored critique of the vapid lifestyles of the rich and the growing emptiness of the American dream. The end result feels a bit too much like one of Gatsby's parties: a whole lot of razzle dazzle with a hollow emotional core.
Well, it took director Quentin Tarantino 20 years, but he finally got his Western ... kinda. Although it's fair to say he's been preparing his entire career with his raucously bloody shoot-'em-ups, Tarantino's time warming up has been well spent if "Django Unchained" is the final result
It's confession time...I've never actually read F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel. Even in high school, I never took a literature course that required me to read it and, despite it being herald as a classic, I never took it upon myself to read it on my own time (and I really don't have an excuse f...
The rumor mill has been swirling for a while as to who would be playing the lead character in Quentin Tarantino's next film - a self-described "Southern" called Django Unchained. Two names were prevalently mentioned: one being Will Smith and the other being Idris Elba. Smith was an ...