The Race
The Awards Pundits: Scott Feinberg and Stephen Galloway Debate Telluride, Toronto and Beyond
The Awards Pundits: Scott Feinberg and Stephen Galloway Debate Telluride, Toronto and Beyond
In this first installment of what will be a regular conversation, THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg and executive editor, features Stephen Galloway discuss the Rocky Mountains film festival's rumored selections and its role as an awards season launching pad.
Oscars Producers Could Create a Hipper, Multi-Platform Show (Analysis)
Oscars Producers Could Create a Hipper, Multi-Platform Show (Analysis)
THR's awards analyst recounts the accomplishments of the Oscar nominee and Emmy winner who were tapped by the Academy for this year's ceremony — and speculates about what sort of a show they will present on Feb. 28.
Honorary Oscar Recipient Spike Lee Also a Frequent Critic of the Academy
Honorary Oscar Recipient Spike Lee Also a Frequent Critic of the Academy
The iconic filmmaker has had a rocky relationship with the Academy: it kick-started his career 32 years ago with a Student Academy Award but it's also snubbed many of his films and those of other black filmmakers, prompting him to declare that Oscars "don't matter."
'Selma' Sequel? Awards Season's Early Deadlines Force a Rush to Judgment
'Selma' Sequel? Awards Season's Early Deadlines Force a Rush to Judgment
Oscar hopefuls like Quentin Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight,' Alejandro G. Inarritu's 'Revenant' and David O. Russell's 'Joy' could be penalized by guilds that begin picking their favorites in mid-November, creating the potential for a 'Selma'-like snub.
Emmys: Who Will Win, Who Should Win
Emmys: Who Will Win, Who Should Win
THR awards analyst Scott Feinberg predicts the victors, while chief TV critic Tim Goodman declares who is really worthy. The shocker? They find some common ground (hint: Jon Hamm, it's finally your moment).
Oscars: First Screener of Award Season Arrives in Voters' Mailboxes
Oscars: First Screener of Award Season Arrives in Voters' Mailboxes
Bleecker Street's 'I'll See You in My Dreams,' a well-received spring release that particularly appeals to older people (who comprise a sizable portion of the Academy's membership), began reaching Academy members on Wednesday.
TCM Classic Film Fest Reveals Dates, Theme for 2016 (Exclusive)
TCM Classic Film Fest Reveals Dates, Theme for 2016 (Exclusive)
Robert Osborne will be returning as the fest's host after missing last year's installment due to poor health, THR also has learned.
Oscars: Who Are the Candidates for Governors Awards? (Analysis)
Oscars: Who Are the Candidates for Governors Awards? (Analysis)
As the Academy's board of govenors meets to choose the honorees, here's a look at who could be in the running — from Doris Day to Douglas Trumbull.
Emmys: 'Bloodline's' Ben Mendelsohn on His Nominated Role: "He's the Least Full of Bullshit in the Family"
Emmys: 'Bloodline's' Ben Mendelsohn on His Nominated Role: "He's the Least Full of Bullshit in the Family"
The Australian actor on how 'Animal Kingdom' saved his career, doing TV and nailing an American accent.
Emmys Drama Handbook: Favorite 'Mad Men' Has Dragons Breathing Down Its Neck
Emmys Drama Handbook: Favorite 'Mad Men' Has Dragons Breathing Down Its Neck
THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg offers his uncompromising take on the upside and downside for each of the seven best drama series contenders.
Feinberg's Emmy Forecast: Who Are the Favorites With Less Than One Month to Go?
Feinberg's Emmy Forecast: Who Are the Favorites With Less Than One Month to Go?
Scott Feinberg, THR's awards analyst, assesses all major categories and suggests that three of the four thesps nominated for multiple acting prizes — Christine Baranski, Jon Hamm, Gaby Hoffman and Allison Janney — will take home at least one.
Emmys: Why Jon Stewart and Amy Schumer Are the Ones to Beat in the Variety Races
Emmys: Why Jon Stewart and Amy Schumer Are the Ones to Beat in the Variety Races
THR's awards analyst dissects Emmy's first-ever split variety race — talk show and sketch series — featuring nominees both dearly departed (Colbert, Letterman and Stewart) and fast on the rise (hello, Amy Schumer).