Sometimes you really do just need the one movie to make the point.
This year's Oscar nominees for best actress are an incredible and diverse group of talented women.
From simple things like being prepared and trusting your instincts, to just not being an asshole (actual advice from David Cross), every tidbit is valuable, and every tidbit—we hope—has served you well, and helped bring you professional success in 2013.
You say you don’t need any dance training because you just want to act? Sandra Bullock wants you to rethink your stance.
From “12 Years a Slave” to “Gravity,” from “Inside Llewyn Davis” to “Her,” this year’s Oscars race is between the past and the future.
'Rush' and 'Gravity' both had their Toronto premieres Sunday night—and both screenings featured special guests. Also, we spoke to director Alfonso Cuaron at the after party about his favorite movie.
Paul Feig directed Melissa McCarthy to an Oscar nomination in "Bridesmaids" and re-teams with her for "The Heat." He shares some of the secrets that have led him to be one of the biggest names in comedy.
After starring roles in box office hits "The Proposal" and "The Blind Side," Sandra Bullock recently received her first Oscar nomination for her performance as tough-talking Leigh Anne Tuohy.