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Latest Amy Adams Items
"Gravity" soared with a record-setting seven Critics' Choice Awards, but "12 Years a Slave" was named best picture.
In a hydra-headed Oscar race, "American Hustle," ''12 Years a Slave" and "Gravity" all have legitimate claims to favorite status. And that's a good thing.
Content-conscious viewers might want to be cautious before heading to Spike Jonze's new film, "Her."
Other than being mind-bendingly implausible and trite, there's not that much wrong with "Trouble With the Curve," the story of an aging baseball scout who takes to the road with his adult daughter to check out a promising high school player.
Viewers hoping for a juicy expose of the super-secretive Church of Scientology in "The Master" might want to adjust their expectations just a tad.
Amy Adams has played fairy-tale royalty in "Enchanted" and co-stars with the Muppets this fall. Now she's satisfying another girlhood fantasy: playing Lois Lane.
King George the stutterer seems primed to reign at Sunday night's Academy Awards, unless there's a palace coup by that asocial billionaire who created Facebook.
The British monarchy saga "The King's Speech" leads the Academy Awards with 12 nominations, including best picture and acting honors for Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush.
The British monarchy saga "The King's Speech" reigned at the Academy Awards with 12 nominations, including acting honors for Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush, positioning itself to challenge "The Social Network" for best picture.