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Showtime: Movies Leaving in May

Take a look at the movies that will disappear from Showtime next month.

“Harvey Always Wanted More”: Weinstein, Spielberg and the Oral History of the Nastiest Oscar Campaign Ever

It's considered by many the greatest upset in Academy Awards history, a heist in which rom-com 'Shakespeare in Love' shocked Steven Spielberg's 'Saving Private Ryan.' Now, 20 years later (with Harvey Weinstein awaiting trial), the key players open up about the nastiest campaign ever staged.

The Cast of ‘Shakespeare in Love,’ Then and Now

Twenty years after 'Shakespeare in Love' first hit theaters, Gwyneth Paltrow, Joseph Fiennes and more from the best picture Oscar winner have added several projects to their resumes. See what the cast is up to today.

‘Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ Director John Madden to Head Mumbai Film Fest Jury

The festival lineup includes Cannes winners 'The Square', Russian drama 'Loveless' and will open with acclaimed Indian helmer Anurag Kashyap's 'Mukkabaaz.'

Oscar-Winning Director John Madden Gets Whistler Fest Tribute

The 'Shakespeare in Love' director is bringing his latest film, the Jessica Chastain-starrer 'Miss Sloane,' to the resort festival.

Miramax Seeking Buyer

The company, which boasts a library of 700 films from 'Shakespeare in Love' to 'Pulp Fiction,' is exploring a sale.

Recount! Oscar Voters Today Would Make ‘Brokeback Mountain’ Best Picture Over ‘Crash’

Even the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences makes mistakes from time to time. THR polled hundreds of Academy members and asked them to recast their ballots in historic races, a referendum on what films have stood the test of time.

Harvey and Bob Weinstein to Be Honored by Cinematographers Guild Publicists

The award season campaign pioneers are to receive the Motion Picture Showmen of the Year tribute.

Weinsteins, Miramax Strike 20-Year Production, Distribution Partnership

The move allows Harvey Weinstein to tackle a "Shakespeare in Love" sequel as well as a TV series based on the 1996 comedy "Swingers."

‘Shakespeare in Love’ Sets London Stage Premiere

Opening in summer 2014, the play was adapted by Lee Hall ("Billy Elliot") from Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard's screenplay for the 1998 Oscar-winning Gwyneth Paltrow movie.

Geoffrey Rush Feels Right at Home in ‘The Eye of the Storm’ (Video)

Rush, a best actor Oscar winner for "Shine" and star of the best pic Oscar winners "Shakespeare in Love" and "King's Speech," can now be seen in a tiny Aussie film.

Oscars 2012: Is There a Recipe for Ratings Success?

A historic look at the hosts, nominated pictures and numbers that put the telecast on an annual roller-coaster ride.