NEW YORK — The New York Film Critics Circle named Kathryn Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty” the best film of 2012, voicing its strong support for the grimly journalistic Osama bin Laden docudrama.
Bigelow, whose “Hurt Locker” won best picture at the Academy Awards in 2010, also won best director in the awards announced Monday, and Greg Fraser won for the film’s cinematography.
“`Zero Dark Thirty’ confirms the massive talent of Kathryn Bigelow,”… Continue reading NYFCC Awards: Critics Name 'Zero Dark Thirty' As 2012's Best Film
Put on your reaping outfits and straighten your Mocking Jay — “The Hunger Games” is finally here!
The Jennifer Lawrence-led dystopian flick hit theaters last night and already racked in a “Twilight’s” ransom. So, whether you’re gloating (and yawning) after catching the midnight showing or you’re planning in a weekend screening, it’s full-on “Hunger Games” mania.
And what better way to celebrate your undying devotion than checking out the hilariously macabre meme… Continue reading 'Hunger Games' Name Generator: Find Out Your Cause Of Death
By Amber Goodhand – Radar Reporter
Jesse James is covered in tattoos but his eight-year-old daughter Sunny just added another, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned.
Jesse, 42, won full custody of Sunny in 2009 from ex-wife Janine Lindemulder, who spent time in federal prison for tax evasion, and the two took to some unlikely bonding on Thursday.
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“Spending Spring Break with Dad,” Jesse wrote on Twitter… Continue reading Jesse James Lets 8-Year-Old Daughter Tattoo Her Name On His Wrist
Oh Se7en, with your quirky use of the number in the title, your awesome opening credit sequence with the Nine Inch Nails song that strippers everywhere overplayed in the ’90s, and your ways of making us want to atone for all the sins we’ve ever committed.
David Fincher’s story about a sadistic serial killer – who uses the Bible’s seven deadly sins as… Continue reading Did You Know: Kevin Spacey Didn't Want His Name in 'Se7en's' Opening Credits?