Show is short on highlights, long on everything else
Bradley Cooper a Best Actor winner for American Sniper? It could happen, says Movie Critic Gary Thompson, mulling his Oscar predictions
Several actresses got big nominations this year for playing ailing, self-destructive, even suicidal women in the throes of soul-scraping emotional distress.
Jennifer Aniston's dishes on gritty role in indie drama, "Cake."
In "Cake," Jennifer Aniston plays a woman, laid low by pain and grief, who dips into her pool at night in a way that suggests she may not resurface.
Kevin Hart talks about his new movie "The Wedding Ringer" and his upcoming Will Ferrell comedy "Get Hard."
As a former publicist she knows it's her movie, not her, that matters.
Gary Thompson chats with versatile actor Martin Freeman, who has played Bilbo, Dr. Watson and Richard III.
Steve Carell said that playing the off-putting John du Pont had him putting off Mark Ruffalo and Channing Tatum on set.
Jon Stewart talks about taking a leave of absence from "The Daily Show" to make "Rosewater," the story of imprisoned Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari.
Jake Gyllenhaal stopped in Philadelphia recently to surprise a preview audience at his new film "Nightcrawler," and talked to Gary Thompson afterward.
The writer of Training Day says he made Fury to describe and honor the brutal reality of sacrifices of American tank crews in WWII.
The actor-comedian was found dead yesterday in his Calif. home, a reported suicide.
He talks about surviving "Harry Potter" and child stardom, prospering as an an adult actor.
Jamie Foxx talks about his role in "The Amazing Spider-Man" and his upcoming role in the "Annie" remake.
He wrote Animal House, Caddyshack, Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day and more.
Critics and journalists will rightly rave about Philip Seymour Hoffman, in part because he was a fine actor, in part because he flattered critics and journalists in one his great roles.