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      • Watch My "New in Town" Movie Review and See Me Freeze!
        I went to the mountain, more like the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, to shoot my review of "New in Town."

        All for the sake of art! But I froze my booty off!

        It's too damn cold up there, and it's still snowing. But isn't that cool? Desert below, snow up

      • "Puss in Boots" the Movie!

        All I can say is, it's about damn time!

        Puss in Boots stole the show in the second "Shrek" and since then, I was waiting for a spin-off!

        Well, TV writer Tom Wheeler has just been hired to write the film, that will feature the one and only famous felin

      • Jack Black in "Gulliver's Travels!" Emily Blunt in "Iron Man 2!"

        Twentieth Century Fox is turning classic literary on us! First, the news that they're saving "The Chronicles of Narnia" franchise by agreeing to make the third film, "Voyage of the Dawn Treader."

        Now, the studio is making a reimagining of the classic

      • "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" Moves Forward

        As we reported back in November, "Kung Fu Panda" co-director John Stevenson was set to helm the live-action version of "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe."

        Well now, it's official!

        Variety is reporting that Warner Bros. and producer Joe

      • A New "Rambo" Movie?

        Sylvester Stallone is determined to bring back his glory days!

        Extra is reporting that the actor is mulling the possibility of yet another "Rambo" movie. This one will be the fifth of the series!

        Stallone told Extra:

        "Yeah, we are doing an

      • Harry Connick Jr. Interview for "New in Town"
        I had a blast meeting Harry Connick Jr.

        I sat down with the actor/musician for the upcoming romantic comedy "New in Town" starring Renee Zelwegger.

        He's a very sweet man, calm, cool, collected.

        We talked about making the film, his character, Ted Mitche

      • Siobhan Fallon Hogan Interview for "New in Town"
        Character actress Siobhan Fallon Hogan talks about her character Blanche Gunderson in the new romantic comedy, "New in Town."

        Hogan also talks about working with Renee Zelwegger.

        Oh yeah, she also taught me a sentence speaking the good, old Minnesotan accent :happy
      • "The Thing" Returns!

        First it was a John W. Campbell Jr. short story called "Who Goes There." Then, it became a 1951 Howard Hawks film call "The Thing From Another World."

        Then, John Carpenter put his own stamp of paranoid horror to the short story in the 1982 flick simply c

      • Fox Keeps "Chronicles of Narnia" Afloat! "Voyage of the Dawn Treader" Sets Sail!

        The third chapter in "The Chronicles of Narnia" series sets sail to Fox 2000. The franchise was let go by Disney last month, but now, Fox is developing "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" targeting the holiday season of 2010.

        Director Michael Apted is still a

      • "New in Town" Movie Review -- How Many Kisses Does Renee Zelwegger Get?

        The wintry New Ulm, Minnesota is the setting of the film “New in Town.” But this supposed warm romantic comedy left me cold like its arctic backdrop.

        Renee Zelwegger stars as Lucy Hill, an ambitious female executive based in Miami. She’s trying desperately to climb the corpo

      • New "Lara Croft" Film!

        Is the world really ready for a new "Lara Croft" film? Have we already forgotten Angelina Jolie in the role?

        Warner Bros. seem to think so, the studio is working with producer Dan Lin to reboot the "Tomb Raider" franchise!

        Paramount previously c

      • Dakota Fanning Confirms "New Moon" Rumors!

        This was THE story last week. Dakota Fanning was in talks to star as Jane, the Volturi vampire in the "Twilight" sequel, "New Moon."

        This got me excited! I can totally picture her in the role!

        Our friends from spoke with Fa

      • Fox Ready to Roll on "A-Team"

        As we reported back in March of last year, there was a planned film about Hannibal Smith and his team of former special forces soldiers aka "The A-Team."

        Back then we reported:

        Twentieth Century Fox announced the "A-Team" film will be released o

      • Two Battling Flicks About Steve McQueen

        Two films about the iconic Steve McQueen are racing to the big screen!

        Here's the comparison breakdown:

        FIRST FILM

        WORKING TITLE: "Steve McQueen: Portrait of an American Rebel"
        PRODUCERS: Michael Cerenzie and Christine Peters

      • "Milk" Nominated for GLAAD Award for Best Film

        "Milk" will duke it out with "Brideshead Revisited," "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist," "RockRolla," and "Vicky Christina Barcelona" for the Outstanding Film (Wide Release) category for the GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Agains

      • "Samson" in Space?

        Samson and Delilah will be going to space!

        Warner Bros. has acquired "Samson" -- the futuristic take on the good, old Samson and Delilah story.

        According to Variety, there was a three-studio bidding war on this pitch, and WB prevailed!

        You know

      • "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn" Begins Production

        "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn" is moving forward! Paramount Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment announced the start of principal production today!

        Steven Spielberg is directing the film starring Jamie Bell and Daniel Craig.


      • Where You Can See the "Prince of Persia: Sands of Time" Poster Art

        No, this is not the poster art for "Prince of Persia: Sands of Time" but I'll tell you where you can see it.

        By watching...wait for it..."Confessions of a Shopalic."

        Yeah, believe me! Halfway into the movie, you will be treated

      • "Astro Boy" Will Not Fly into Theaters? Production Stopped?

        Back in February last year, "Astro Boy," the movie, was going full speed ahead. Freddie Highmore was supposed to voice the animated young robot.

        But word is in -- according to Steve Hulett (Business Representative) and Kevin Koch (President), both from The Animation

      • Coming Soon -- 3-D Erotica?

        Okay, I just find this news report fascinating!

        According to IGN UK, a Chinese filmmaker has announced plans to make "the world's first 3-D sex flick."

        Yeah! Stephen Shiu Jr. is saying this is going to be a sequel to the 1991 hit "Sex and Zen,&q

      • Mickey Rourke to Get in the Ring for Wrestlemania

        "The Wrestler's" Mickey Rourke is about to enter the ring in real life!

        The comeback kid revealed to Access Hollywood that he will be participating in WWE's "Wrestlemania 25" in Houston on April 5.

        Rourke, attending the 15th Annual SAG

      • Flamboyant Austrian Fashionista "Bruno" Will Open On...

        Sacha Baron Cohen's "Bruno" has been bumped from May 15 to July 10.

        Universal chose the date because the May box-office is full of blockbuster flicks, although "Bruno" will have a catfight with FOX's "I Love You, Beth Cooper" opening on

      • Motion Picture Sound Editors Announce Nominations

        "Cloverfield," "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "The Dark Knight," "Frost/Nixon," "Iron Man," "Milk," "Mummy: The Tomb of the Dragon Emperor," and "Revolutionary Road" are some of the films vying for th

      • And the SAG Award Goes to...

        Here's the complete list of the winners of the 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. If you're preparing your Oscar list, take note!

        Congratulations to all the winners!


        Richard Jenkins - "The Visitor"
      • "Paul Blart" -- Box-Office Top Cop!

        America has been in the mood to laugh! Uncertain economic future drove viewers to laugh out loud and put "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" back to No. 1 for two weeks in a row!

        The Kevin James-starrer raked in $21.5 million and has now grossed $64.8 million in its first two we

      • "Slumdog Millionaire" Nabs Top Prize at Producers Guild of America Awards

        "Slumdog Millionaire" continues its awards season momentum by winning the top prize at the Producers Guild of America awards.

        If you're a betting person, take note. "Slumdog" is 98% sure to win the Best Picture Oscar.

        "Man on Wire"

      • Watch My "Inkheart" Movie Review
        Once upon a time, many moons ago, author Cornelia Funke wrote her beloved best-selling book Inkheart with actor Brendan Fraser in mind. Funke pictured the character Mo with Fraser’s face and voice.

        Almost six years later, the film version of the book arrives in theaters bearing Fraser’s m

      • Will Dakota Fanning be in "Twilight" Sequel "New Moon?" What About Vanessa Hudgens?

        Rumor has it, or at least according to Extra, that former child-wonder (She's now 14) Dakota Fanning may have been offered the role of Jane, the Volturi vampire in the "Twilight" sequel, "New Moon."

        This is great news if it's true!

        I lo

      • Get Ready for "Tom and Jerry" the Movie!

        First we have FOX's "Alvin & the Chipmunks," now, get ready for "Tom and Jerry."

        I used to love this cartoon when I was a kid, and to this day, I'll take a look at it, giggle a little, when it's on.

        Warner Bros. is turning the

      • "In Bruges" and "Milk" Reactions About the Oscars

        My friends at Focus Features sent me reactions from folks behind their two Academy Awards nominated films, "In Bruges" and "Milk."

        Click Read More to see what Gus Van Sant ("Milk" director), Josh Brolin (Academy Award nominee for "Milk")

      • "Wall-E" Director Andrew Stanton Talks About the Oscars

        "Wall-E" scored 6 Oscar nominations including Best Animated Feature, Best Original Screenplay, Best Achievement in sound editing, Best Achievement in sound mixing, Best Achievement in music, and Best Original Song.

        So what does "Wall-E" director have to say

      • The Mystery of the Oscar Voting System

        So many snubs, so little time. And yeah, the greatest crime of all was "The Dark Knight" got ignored! Ignored! And Bruce Springsteen's harrowing song for "The Wrestler" snubbed? Que Horror!

        Dev Patel for "Slumdog Millionaire," Clint Eas

      • Brendan Fraser Interview for "Inkheart" with co-star Eliza Bennett
        The role of Mo in "Inkheart" is written specifically by author Cornelia Funke with Brendan Fraser in mind.

        So how was it to finally play the part?

        Fraser and co-star Eliza Hope Bennett sat down and revealed experiences working in the film, the magic of reading, and th

      • Paul Bettany Interview for "Inkheart"
        Paul Bettany as Dustfinger is one of the best elements of "Inkheart."

        In our interview, Bettany talked about his character, working in the film, the magic of reading, and his favorite literary character that he would want to bring back to life.

      • Director Iain Softley Interview for "Inkheart"
        A fun interview with director Iain Softley about his new film, "Inkheart."

        He talked about how he got involved with the making of the film, working with Brendan Fraser and Paul Bettany, and combining real and the imagined.

        Take a look!

      • Full Oscar Nominations List!

        Read my griping and complaining below.

        But tally time -- "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" received 13 nominations, and "Milk" got 8! YAY!

        Oh, and my lovely "Wall-E" received an Original Screenplay nomination! Woo Hoo!

      • Darn the Academy! "The Dark Knight" Snubbed! How Accurate Was My Oscar Nominations Prediction?

        I woke up early, did a live report for our morning show, was very excited about "The Dark Knight," and then...


        The Academy continued the long-standing tradition of snubbing action-oriented flicks, even though "The Dark Knight" was belo

      • Who Will be Nominated for an Oscar? Check Out My Predictions!

        Oh yes, the quest for the golden Oscar!

        The Oscar night is my Super Bowl night, so I'm soooo excited to find out who will be nominated.

        And just a friendly reminder, the nominees are going to be announced tomorrow, Thursday morning at 5:30am Pacific time.

      • "Inkheart" Movie Review! How Many Kisses Does Brendan Fraser Get?

        Once upon a time, many moons ago, author Cornelia Funke wrote her beloved best-selling book Inkheart with actor Brendan Fraser in mind. Funke pictured the character Mo with Fraser’s face and voice.

        Almost six years later, the film version of the book arrives in theaters beari

      • Is "The Love Guru" the Worst Film of 2008? Razzie Awards Nominations Announced!

        Mike Myers' mess of a comedy is leading this year's Golden Raspberry Awards aka the Razzies!

        "The Love Guru" scored seven nominations including WORST PICTURE of the year! Yikes!

        Myers is also nominated for WORST ACTOR alongside Larry the Cable G

      • Marvel Studios Lowballed Mickey Rourke! "Iron Man 2" Offer? $250,000!

        Two weeks ago, we were so excited about the possibility of Mickey Rourke joining the "Iron Man 2" cast as the villain Crimson Dynamo.

        Well, the keyword is possibility because folks, it may never happened!

        According to Variety, the studios "are using e

      • Tarantino Adds Seven Minutes to "Kill Bill"

        Both "Kill Bill" versions 1 & 2 are being re-released into one uninterrupted flick with an additional 7-minute sequence!

        According to Latino Review:

        “We’ve actually added some things to it. We did a whole little chapter that I wrote and designed for th

      • Jim Carrey Goes Gay, Storms Sundance

        Back in April, we were mulling the possible sight of Jim Carrey in the prison love story, "I Love You Phillip Morris."

        It's a gay love story starring Carrey and Ewan McGregor. "Brokeback Mountain" in prison, if you will, with a lot more laughs.

      • Cher's Next Film Will Be...

        No, it's not going to be the third "Batman" flick but a comedy co-starring Johnny Knoxville.

        This time, the diva is going to embrace her inner Cougar!

        The film is titled "The Drop-Out" and tells the story of a 35-year old college student (pl

      • Confirmed: "Veronica Mars: The Movie"

        Back in August, we were wishful thinking!

        We were hoping that there would be a movie version of "Veronica Mars."

        Well, now, it's confirmed!

        Creator Rob Thomas has made it public about the film version of his baby!

        Sleuth out the

      • "A Fish Called Wanda: The Musical" to Debut in San Diego?

        As we reported in June of last year, John Cleese was busy spearheading the musical version of "A Fish Called Wanda."

        Now, according to Collider:

        *** Cleese confirmed his participation on the musical project
        *** It may be finished in the next two or th

      • Palm Springs International Film Festival Announces Winners!

        The 20th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival was a huge success! The Opening Night Gala was well-attended, and there were many A-list celebrities including Clint Eastwood, Anne Hathaway, etc.

        But it's all about the quality of films! And last night, the festi

      • "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" Nabs Top Box-Office Spot!

        Who knew the Kevin James-starrer "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" would be the No. 1 film at the box-office? The PG-rated comedy made $33.8 million in its first three days and is predicted to reach $40 million over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.

        Last week's

      • "Hotel for Dogs" Movie Review

        Here you go, check out my movie review for "Hotel for Dogs."

        I jammed with the dogs, and I had a blast talking to the cast, Jake T. Austin and Emma Roberts.

        And yes...I cried :oh

        So here you go, check out my movie review of HOTEL FOR DOGS!

      • "My Bloody Valentine 3-D" Movie Review -- How Many Kisses Does Jensen Ackles Get?

        From the 1953 classic chiller “House of Wax” to the 1982 slasher “Friday the 13th Part III,” Hollywood has relied on 3-D technology to heighten shock and suspense. The primeval nature of the horror genre is synonymous with the stereoscopic visuals.

        So when I heard Lionsgate w

      • "Slumdog Millionaire" Leads BAFTA Nominations

        As predicted, "Slumdog Millionaire" leads the pack of nominees for the BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) Awards. The Danny Boyle-directed film has 11 nominations total.

        The BAFTA Film Awards 2009 will be held on February 8th at the Royal Opera Hous

      • Ricardo Montalban Dies at 88

        Ricardo Montalban, the fantastic actor who played Mister Roarke in "Fantasy Island" and Khan in "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan," passed away at 88.

        Click here for a special look back at Montalban's life.

        Here's a special tribute to the g

      • Who's Rumored to Play the Femme Fatale in "Iron Man 2?"

        Another day, another new "Iron Man 2" developments. With Mickey Rourke and Sam Rockwell busy negotiating to play villains in the sequel, now, there's another nemesis being talked about!

        This time, it's the femme fatale Black Widow!

        Now, Emily Bl

      • "Hotel for Dogs" Interview! Emma Roberts and Jake T. Austin Talk About the Film!
        My fun interviews with the adorable cast of "Hotel for Dogs," Emma Roberts (Andi) and Jake T. Austin (Bruce).

        Both are very sweet, and seemed to have fun with the interview!

        Oh yeah, I cried watching the film!

        Take a look at my interviews and have fun :happ

      • So Jackie Chan Will be Mr. Miyagi in "Karate Kid" Remake!

        As we reported back in November, Jaden Smith ("The Day the Earth Stood Still") is the new "Karate Kid." Sorry Ralph Macchio.

        Now, reports are surfacing that Jackie Chan will play the mentor, Mr. Miyagi. As you may remember, the unforgettable Pat Morita to

      • No Money, No Nick Fury

        Samuel L. Jackson, who's the perfect Nick Fury, has been heard saying "there seems to be an economic crisis in the Marvel Comics world."

        Huh. No money means no Nick Fury for Jackson! Remember how Marvel unceremoniously dumped Terrence Howard from "Iron Ma

      • "Watchmen" Drama: FOX and WB Close to Settlement?

        See why tongues are wagging that a settlement is imminent between Warner Bros. and Fox for the hotly contested "Watchmen."

        Curious? Click here.

      • CBS Films Hires Brendan Fraser for First Film!

        CBS Films is ready to produce their first film! The movie is based on Geeta Anand's book "The Cure" from a script by Robert Nelson Jacobs.

        Brendan Fraser will star opposite Harrison Ford in this medical drama to be directed by Tom Vaughan ("What Happens

      • Jensen Ackles Interview for "My Bloody Valentine 3D"

      • Kerr Smith Interview for "My Bloody Valentine 3D"

      • Jaime King Interview for "My Bloody Valentine 3D"

      • Ace Eddie Awards: Editors Announce Nominations!

        The American Cinema Editors chose “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “The Dark Knight,” “Milk,” “Slumdog Millionaire” and “Frost/Nixon” to be nominated for top drama at the 59th annual Ace Eddie Awards.

        Check their official website right here.

        Winners for the Ac

      • Kate Winslet Wins 2 Golden Globes, "Slumdog Millionaire" Big Winner!

        The Hollywood Foreign Press Association really, really loves Kate Winslet! The "Revolutionary Road" and "The Reader" star won the night's Best Supporting Actress trophy (for "The Reader") and Best Actress category for "Revolutionary Road."
      • "The Dark Knight" Among Art Directors Guild Nominees

        The Art Directors Guild announced its nominees for the 2008 Excellence in Production Design Awards. The much beloved "The Dark Knight" is one of the nominees in the Fantasy film category.

        ADG members will vote for the winners by Feb. 12th, and the awards gala will b

      • "Gran Torino" Blasts Away Box-Office Competition

        No dueling brides or unborn spawn of Satan could outrank Clint Eastwood at the box-office!

        Mister Clint has had the best movie opening of his glorious career! "Gran Torino" made $29 million in ticket sales beating the $18 million his "Space Cowboys" made i

      • Coming Up On
        I had a very busy week! After attending the oh-so fabulous Critics' Choice Awards, I went and saw 4 films and interviewed the stars of those movies.

        So, coming up on your friendly neighborhood, you'll see my interviews and reviews of the following films:
      • Best Actress Tie, More "Slumdog" Love, and A Truly Wonderful Evening! Inside the 14th Annual Critics' Choice Awards

        Oh what an enchanted evening! I had a blast attending my first ever Critics' choice Awards.

        I've been a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association for almost 5 years now, but I hadn't attended our esteemed awards show until last night.

        Oh I vot

      • Directors Guild of America Announces Nominations!

        Woo hoo! The Directors Guild announced the best of the best of 2008 this morning. Director Taylor Hackford made the announcement.

        Congratulations to all the nominees and GOOD LUCK!!!

        This year's winner will be crowned on Jan. 31 at the Hyatt Regency Century

      • Mickey Rourke in Talks for "Iron Man 2"

        The hot, hot career of Mister Mickey! Now, he's in talks to star in "Iron Man 2" as Crimson Dynamo! Just take a look at the picture, an evil version of Iron Man.

        Meanwhile, Mister Sam Rockwell is also in talks to star in the sequel.

      • "Bride Wars" Movie Review
        Here you go, my movie review of the upcoming film, "Bride Wars."

        Check out my one-on-one interviews with Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway.

        Have fun! :tongue

      • Don't Forget to Tivo "The 14th Annual Critics' Choice Awards" on VH1

        Sean Penn ("Milk") and Brad Pitt ("The Curious Case of Benjamin Button") are among the nominees for Best Actor for the 14th Annual Critics' Choice Awards given by the Broadcast Film Critics Association.

        Now, yours truly is an active voting member of th

      • The Writers Guild Awards Nominations! "The Dark Knight" Among Nominees

        "The Dark Knight," "Slumdog Millionaire," "Doubt," "Frost/Nixon," and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" are among the nominees in the ADAPTED SCREENPLAY category for the WGA's (Writers Guild Awards) 61st Anniversary awards show.<

      • The NAACP Image Awards Nominations

        The NAACP has announced it's 40th Annual Image Awards nominations. In the film category, “Cadillac Records,” “The Secret Life of Bees,” “Miracle at St. Anna,” “Seven Pounds” and “Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys" have been nominated.

        The TV network with the

      • Cinematographers Announce Nominations!

        The American Society of Cinematographers announced their nominations for Outstanding Achievement Award in the feature film category.

        And the nominees are:

        Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC (Revolutionary Road and The Reader)
        Anthony Dod Mantle, BSC (Slumdog Millionaire)<

      • Another Big Win for "Slumdog Millionaire"

        "Slumdog Millionaire" is the one to beat this Oscar season! This time, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists awarded the movie its highest honor -- Best Picture of their EDA (Excellent Dynamic Activism) Awards.

        Sean Penn also scored a Best Actor win for "Milk.

      • Walt Disney's "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo"

        Right after helming the upcoming "Terminator: Salvation," McG is set to direct the family film "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo" for Walt Disney Pictures.

        The studio's first-ever live-action film was the 1954 original "20,000 Leagues

      • Mickey Rouke Joins Stallone's "Expendables"

        Fresh from his "Wrestler" triumph, Mickey Rourke has joined the cast of "The Expendables" to be directed by Sylvester Stallone.

        Stallone also wrote the script.

        Rourke's role? According to Variety:

        Rourke will play an unscrupulous

      • British Academy Film Awards Announce Longlist Nominations

        Boy oh boy, the British Academy sure meant it when they said longlist, 'cause folks, their nomination list is long!

        Just an example, under the Best Picture category, 15 films are nominated!

        Leading the pack are "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" an

      • "Shazam!" is Dead!

        Back in November, "Shazam!" the movie, was alive and well!

        But now, screenwriter John August is saying, the project is dead!

        Find out why straight from Mister John's website. Click here.

      • Kate Hudson Interview for "Bride Wars"
        Kate Hudson talks about her role as producer and star of the new film "Bride Wars."

        She also talks about her character Liv, and working with Anne Hathaway.

        Have fun! :happy

      • Anne Hathaway Interview for "Bride Wars"
        Anne Hathaway talks about her involvement with the upcoming Fox comedy, "Bride Wars." She talks about her character Emma, and working with Kate Hudson.

        Have fun! :happy

      • DVD Kisses: The Latest DVD Release for Tuesday, 1/6/09

        The first batch of new DVDs for 2009 are hitting store shelves! From a pair of potheads to an action duo, it's an interesting DVD buying and renting for everyone!

        "PINEAPPLE EXPRESS" -- A fun-filled film, one of the funniest comedies of 2008.


      • Producers Guild of America Announces Nominations

        The Producers Guild of America announced their nominations! If you bet on the Oscars, take note! More than likely, these nominees will be the same ones that will be chosen for Best Picture Oscar.

        The winner will be announced Jan. 24 at the Hollywood Palladium.


      • "Marley & Me" Continues to Dominate Box-Office

        Two weeks after it debuted at No. 1, "Marley & Me" continues to dominate box-office, finishing first with $24.1 million raising its total to $106.5 million since opening Christmas day.

        With no new wide releases, this weekend's box-office was like a Xerox cop

      • New "Thor" Goodies!

        IESB is reporting the following items:

        *** "Thor" will open July 16, 2010

        *** Kenneth Branagh will direct and co-star in the movie

        *** According to an early script, "the script dealt only with Thor in his native land of Asgard, his father i

      • "Waltz with Bashir" Crowned Best Picture by the National Society of Film Critics

        "Waltz with Bashir" won the 43rd annual best picture prize from the National Society of Film Critics beating "Happy-Go-Lucky" and "Wall-E."

        Here are the other winners:

        Best Actor -- Sean Penn for "Milk"
        Best Actress -- Sa

      • Will Smith Crowned Biggest Box-Office Star

        U.S. cinema owners and film buyers voted Will Smith the top money-making movie star of 2008 in the annual Quigley poll, which has been running for 76 years.

        Smith, star of new film, "Seven Pounds," is the second African-American actor to be voted on the top. The fir

      • Sneak Peek of "Watchmen"

        After losing to FOX, Warner Bros. released a sneak peek of "Watchmen." This is a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most highly anticipated films of 2009.

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