Gabriel Polsky's documentary on the Russian hockey culture during the cold war. The film from executive producers Werner Herzog and Jerry Weintraub also features footage with former NHL coaches Scotty Bowman and Don Cherry.
"It depends on the family, I always feel like if your family is solid, you have a group of people who have your back, you are gonna be fine," says O'Neal. Tatum O'Neal won an Academy Award for best supporting actress in 1974 for her performance in Peter Bogdonavich's 'Paper Moon.'
Tuesday night at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, the Women’s Image Network made it official: Dame Elizabeth Taylor, the two-time Academy-Award-winning actress and pioneering AIDS philanthropist, is a Living Legend. READ MORE
A week after Fox Searchlight changed history by putting "Black Swan" and "127 Hours" on iTunes for SAG voters, Focus Features adds "Kids" and Paramount "The Fighter" to the iTunes screener tsunami. Big bucks, big stakes, big news. READ MORE
Scott Feinberg notes that since 2000, only 1.1 performers a year lose at SAG and HFPA and still get Oscar noms. Here are this year's big names snubbed by SAG and HFPA, though 1.1 of them will still get Oscar noms (if past is prologue): #1: Leonardo DiCaprio (Inception, Shutter Island).
Tony Goldwyn's "Conviction" is a soundly constructed tale of an individual fighting against a travesty of justice with Hilary Swank as a high school dropout who devotes her life to becoming a lawyer in order to prove that her jailed brother is innocent of murder. READ MORE