Three critics groups announce winners.
From Ben Affleck in "Argo" to Hugh Jackman in "Les Miz" to Denzel Washington in "Flight," Backstage takes a look at the standout performances of leading men in film this year.
In her new documentary “The Standbys,” director-producer Stephanie Riggs reveals three talented Broadway actors who wait for their chance to share the spotlight.
We take a look at the romantic comedies of 2012.
"Downton Abbey"'s Elizabeth McGovern talks about her latest role in "Cheerful Weather For the Wedding."
The stars and director of 'Hitchcock' talk about bringing legends to life.
There are few female actors more highly regarded than Sally Field, winner of two Academy Awards and three Emmys. Yet Field says she still has to fight for roles, including her current turn as Mary Todd Lincoln in Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln.”
Anne Hathaway was 7 years old when she saw the musical “Les Misérables” for the first time. “I remember it being soul-stirring—though I couldn’t have really known what a soul was then—and very emotional. I loved it,” Hathaway says. Twenty-plus years later, Hathaway is Fantine in ...
When director Tom Hooper was looking to cast his Jean Valjean in “Les Misérables,” he quickly realized only one man could pull off the physicality, the dramatics, and the singing.
“When I first heard ‘We’re sending you a script about the tsunami,’ I didn’t jump right away,” says Naomi Watts of “The Impossible,” the true story of one family’s fight to survive the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.