This week, blondes are taking over and there may be a new celebrity daddy.
The “Hollywood Film Awards” announce the first nine award winners this year, along with more celebrities scheduled to appear.
When it first started in 1999, Coachella was a couple of stages and a dance tent. Tickets were $65. A few dusty stands sold hot dogs and Cokes. It was the end of grunge and the start of a new millennium, and it was all about the music. All for one weekend.
“Hunger Games” stars also took home some of the night’s biggest awards. Jennifer Lawrence won best female performance and Josh Hutcherson was voted best male performer.
Historical drama 12 Years A Slave claimed three coveted awards, including Best Picture, at the 2014 Oscars, but the force of Gravity also proved to be unstoppable as the sci-fi thriller won seven of the 10 Academy Awards for which is was nominated.
Steve McQueen’s slavery odyssey, based on Solomon Northup’s 1853 memoir, has been hailed as a landmark corrective to the movie industry’s long omission of slavery stories.
After a blustery few days of torrential downpours, Hollywood appears ready for smooth sailing at the Academy Awards.
“12 Years a Slave” rolled at the Spirit Awards, winning five awards including best feature at the annual independent film celebration.
A big night for “Dallas Buyer’s Club” and “Breaking Bad.”
Jared Leto talks about his work in ‘Dallas Buyers Club,’ his point of view as a short-film director, and offers insight into the recently released documentary ‘Artifact.’
The National Society of Film Critics on Saturday announced “Inside Llewyn Davis” was their pick as Best Picture of 2013.
As Thirty Seconds To Mars gear up for the May 21st release of their fourth album, LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS, they sat down with Radio.com to explain why the release marks their new beginning.