Despite the victory on the sequel, he vows he will continue his battle with the guild: "This was never about me, but about an unfair system that has the potential to do harm to people’s careers and reputations." READ MORE
"I'm making this a platform," Brunetti says as he promises to battle his own guild over its denial of the credit "with a vengeance," while others speak in favor of the rule: "The PGA mark is a great advancement for all producers," says Jason Blum.
Tickets can only be pre-sold once an exhibition license has been issued, and Russians "are not used to planning a movie theater visit several days or weeks ahead," with the likes of 'Star Wars' a rare exception, says one observer. READ MORE
A wide-ranging convo with the controversial three-time Emmy nominee ('House of Cards'), two-time Oscar nominee ('Social Network,' 'Captain Phillips') and producer of one of Hollywood's biggest franchises ('Fifty Shades') who recently became one of the youngest people ever to run a studio. READ MORE
Although 11-time nominee Kendrick Lamar took home five awards, he failed to land the top prize of album of the year, while six-time nominee Max Martin's only win was as part of the production team on Taylor Swift's album of the year winner, '1989.' READ MORE
The music artists behind 'Til It Happens to You,' 'Writing's on the Wall,' 'Earned It,' 'Simple Song #3' and 'Manta Ray' discuss the origins, music, lyrics, functions, oddities and impact of their songs. READ MORE
"I thought it could have been a little more raunchy," says Oscar winner Anne V. Coates, 90, of her work on the romantic drama, as she recalls her six-decade career, to be honored at the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards on Jan. 9. READ MORE
Before being treated to one of the host's famous scares, the actor talked about how he was disappointed by Christian Grey's "basic moves" in 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and alleged that Queen Latifah cheated when she beat Wayans on 'Lip Sync Battle.' READ MORE