Asa Butterfield plays Hugo and Chloe Grace Moretz plays Isabelle in Hugo.

“A Precise, Beautiful Machine”: John Logan on Writing the Screenplay for Hugo

The Oscar-nominated writer tells how he adapted Brian Selznick's bestseller for the screen


2012 Oscar-Nominated Documentary Shorts: A Cheat Sheet

As always, Academy voters have their tendencies, but there's one short this year that stands out among the rest


2012 Oscar-Nominated Live-Action Shorts: A Cheat Sheet

Here's a quick look at the five nominees

La Luna

2012 Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts: A Cheat Sheet

Which are the best shorts to watch and which one will take home the award next weekend?

Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum in Screen Gems' The Vow

Finding Love at the Movies

Hollywood does romance best in its comedies


When Uncle Sam Backs Your Film


When Uncle Sam Backs Your Film

How Act of Valor is only the latest in a long history of official military involvement in the film industry

Matthew Broderick in Matthew's Day Off

What Ever Happened to the Short Film?

Why short films still win Oscars

The Marx Brothers in Horsefeathers

Super Bowl Guide to Football Films

The sport was fodder for slapstick comedy, but as the technology evolved, so did the way in which filmmakers portrayed the gridiron on the big screen

Jean Dujardin and Missi Pyle in Michel Hazanavicius's The Artist

The Never-Ending Tussle Between Box Office Hits and Award Winners

Blockbuster movies often lose out at the Oscars, while winners can't find enough viewers

Rango (Johnny Depp) in Rango, from Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies

A Post-Mortem on the Oscar Nominations

Who were the winners and losers in yesterday's announcement of the Oscar nominees?

Gina Carano and Channing Tatum star in Relativity Media's HAYWIRE

Women Action Stars: From Haywire to The Perils of Pauline

Crediting some stars who preceded Gina Carano on screen

L-R: Charles Rogers, Clara Bow, Richard Arlen in Wings

A Newly Restored Wings

The first Best Picture Oscar winner emerges to help Paramount celebrate its centennial

(L-R) Tobey Maguire as Nick Carraway, Leonardo DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby, Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan and Joel Edgerton as Tom Buchanan in Warner Bros. Pictures' and Village Roadshow Pictures' drama "The Great Gatsby," a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

Coming Attractions for 2012: The Great Gatsby in 3D!!

Films both new and old that we look forward to in the coming year

Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah in Joyful Noise

Seeing a New South in Joyful Noise and Undefeated

Two new films show how far we've come since The Birth of a Nation and In the Heat of the Night

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in James Cameron's Titanic.

Seeing Double Part 2: When Studios Collide

Why business enemies sometimes become partners

Carole Lombard and John Barrymore in Twentieth Century

National Film Registry Selections for 2011

From Forrest Gump to silent comedies, 25 titles have been added to a list of our country's most significant films

Val & Ernie Stanton in Cut Yourself a Piece of Cake

Some Memorable Screenings in 2011

In lieu of a list of my top 10 films of the year, here's a look back at some of the best experiences I had at the theaters

Asa Butterfield in Martin Scorsese's Hugo

A Spoiler Alert Guide to Year-End Releases

Three trends in big-budget movies coming out this holiday season

Greta Garbo in Flesh and the Devil

Silent Films After The Artist and Hugo

Warning viewers about silent films is like warning Elmore Leonard fans that Henry James is a "slower" writer

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