The Race
Like the Academy, BAFTA Is Reviewing Its Members' Voting Privileges
Like the Academy, BAFTA Is Reviewing Its Members' Voting Privileges
But while the AMPAS' efforts have been controversial, 83 percent of BAFTA-LA members voted in favor of a measure that authorizes BAFTA to "periodically" review its membership rolls and cull from them people who do not meet a specified standard of activity in the industry.
Dave Karger, Awards Expert and On-Air Personality, Exits Fandango (Exclusive)
Dave Karger, Awards Expert and On-Air Personality, Exits Fandango (Exclusive)
The 17-year Entertainment Weekly veteran, who spent the last three-plus years at the ticket-selling site, tells THR, "I'm excited to see what else I can do going forward."
Emmys: FX Faces a Tricky Juggling Act in the Limited Series Category
Emmys: FX Faces a Tricky Juggling Act in the Limited Series Category
The cable network boasts three strong contenders in the category this year — 'American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson,' 'American Horror Story: Hotel' and the second installment of 'Fargo' — and must try to figure out how to give them all a fair shot.
Prince Charles and Camilla to Toast British Oscar Winners
Prince Charles and Camilla to Toast British Oscar Winners
Colin Firth, Judi Dench and Michael Caine are among those expected to be in attendance at the unprecedented gathering on May 4.
Oscars: Academy Asks Members for Résumés to Determine Voting Eligibility (Exclusive)
Oscars: Academy Asks Members for Résumés to Determine Voting Eligibility (Exclusive)
Members of the public relations and members-at-large branches, who "do not typically receive traditional on-screen film credits," received a request to fill out an "industry involvement form" on Monday.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Ethan Hawke ('Born to Be Blue')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Ethan Hawke ('Born to Be Blue')
The 45-year-old reflects on his evolution from child star to four-time Oscar nominee (twice for acting and twice for writing), his frequent collaborator Richard Linklater and his latest standout performance, as jazz legend Chet Baker.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Ex-Twitter CEO Dick Costolo ('Silicon Valley')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Ex-Twitter CEO Dick Costolo ('Silicon Valley')
The 52-year-old, who serves as a consultant on HBO's hit comedy series, talks about his days in Chicago's Second City comedy troupe ("Steve Carell and I were in the same group"), the highs and lows of his time at Twitter and how he came to be a part of Mike Judge and Alec Berg's writers room.
Tonys: With 'Hamilton' On Its Way to Big Wins, Will Other Shows Even Try to Compete? (Analysis)
Tonys: With 'Hamilton' On Its Way to Big Wins, Will Other Shows Even Try to Compete? (Analysis)
THR looks at how Lin-Manuel Miranda's landmark musical is primed to dominate the Tony nominations, as well as the impact of its box-office power on other new musicals — and their campaign spends.
Simon Wiesenthal Center Honors Lionsgate's Jon Feltheimer as Donald Trump Comes Under Fire
Simon Wiesenthal Center Honors Lionsgate's Jon Feltheimer as Donald Trump Comes Under Fire
SWC founder/dean Rabbi Marvin Hier, speaking at the organization's National Tribute Dinner, also revealed that the next releases of the center's in-house documentary film division will examine the lives of Israeli leaders David Ben-Gurion and Shimon Peres.
Oscars: Are There Any Contenders in the Cannes Lineup?
Oscars: Are There Any Contenders in the Cannes Lineup?
THR's awards columnist looks at which Oscar-baity films are bound for the Croisette — and wonders what happened to a number of others.
Emmys: Louie C.K.'s 'Horace and Pete' Could Become First Indie Web Show to Land Major Noms (at a Cost)
Emmys: Louie C.K.'s 'Horace and Pete' Could Become First Indie Web Show to Land Major Noms (at a Cost)
THR's awards columnist looks at the mounting Emmys campaign for C.K.'s groundbreaking drama series — and why it's so important for the future of the show and its creator.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Robert McKee ('Story')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Robert McKee ('Story')
The author and lecturer on screenwriting, who was famously portrayed in 'Adaptation,' discusses his "principles," critics and view that TV, not film, is the medium in which writers should now aim to work.