At the 2012 Academy Awards each celebrity came out looking her personal best.
George Clooney and Stacy Keibler talk to CNN's Nischelle Turner on the Oscars red carpet.
The silent, black-and-white film "The Artist" took top honors at the Academy Awards on Sunday night, garnering five Oscars for best picture, best directing, best costume design, best original music score and best actor.
"The Help," a movie about the treatment of maids in a Mississippi town during the civil rights era, took top honors at the Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday night, making it the movie to watch as the Oscar awards approach next month.
Martin Scorsese's "Hugo," with 11 Academy Award nominations, and Golden Globe winner "The Artist," with 10, lead the list of best picture Oscar contenders announced Tuesday.
Actress Michelle Williams talks to Piers Morgan about how emotional it was for her to play Marilyn Monroe.
Celebrities arrive on the red carpet of the 2012 Golden Globes Awards in Los Angeles.
At Sunday night's Golden Globes, Hollywood's biggest stars dazzled in a gorgeous mix of gowns. This year's red carpet was packed with every type of dress, but these 10 all had an undeniable "wow factor" that helped them stand out from the crowd. Here are our top picks:
Michelle Williams carried home a Golden Globe Sunday night for her portrayal of movie legend Marilyn Monroe in "My Week With Marilyn."
Pure elegance rules at the Golden Globes Awards!
"The Help" led the way with four Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations as Hollywood's movie awards season revved up Wednesday.
The best in film and TV are revealed as nominations are announced for the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
"The Artist" and "Hugo" continued their domination of the early awards season, each racking up 11 Critics' Choice nominations from the Broadcast Film Critics Association, perhaps the only critics group that presages the Academy Award nominations with any accuracy.
When she gets a look at the latest list on Forbes.com, Drew Barrymore won't be smiling anymore.
The end of August saw the kickoff of the Venice International Film Festival, which overlaps both Telluride and Toronto. The three kick off the annual film industry frenzy known as awards season. See? Los Angeles does have seasons.
George Clooney and Philip Seymour Hoffman star in the film 'The Ides of March' about an aspiring presidential candidate.
Hathaway, who plays Selina Kyle, gets suited up in all black as her leather-clad alter-ego
It's that time of the year again -- Emmy season. And with the awards show running on Sunday night, now's the chance to lay out some of the likely statue winners. As any diehard television viewer knows, the awards don't always go to who necessarily deserves them.
There are always films being released, even in the relatively dead first few months of the year. Granted, many of the studio films released before May will come and go quicker than the cable guy when you've just stepped out for a quart of milk, but, every once in a while, a gem comes along. "The Matrix" was released in March, for example, but generally it's "Just Go With It" or "Legion."
"If they go for a walk, it turns into an international incident," he says of his pals
The exes shared a friendly meal in Los Angeles over the weekend
Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon were close, at $28 million each
Plus: Ashton Kutcher, Jason Bateman and others will hand out awards at Sunday's show
Jury head Robert De Niro announced Terence Malick's The Tree of Life took the gold
The stars are set to flock to the south of France as the film festival opens Wednesday
The 64th annual Cannes Film Festival kicked off in high gear Wednesday along a sun-drenched French Riviera.
The real-life married couple will play husband and wife, and their daughter Ella Bleu is in the cast as well
Next month's film festival will also feature a special tribute to Elizabeth Taylor
The actress's new hubby brought his own share of star power to celebrate the couple's nuptials
â¢ Family was the focus Thursday night for Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, who joined Bruce Willis and his wife, Emma Heming, at daughter Rumer Willis's debut performance in Love, Loss and What I Wore in New York City. "They all greeted each other with hugs and kisses," a witness tells PEOPLE. "They definitely looked like one big, happy extended family." Kutcher and Moore also popped into Koi New York that night, dining with the budding actress and a few pals.
Damon gets pumped up to play Douglas's lover in the upcoming Liberace biopic
The star weds the entertainment agent in a private ceremony at her estate in Ojai, Calif.
Would you give the two new Oscar co-hosts the hook or ask them back next year?
The story of a king overcoming a speech impediment to lead his people through World War II took top honors at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards.
Plus: Play our real-time trivia game starting at 8:30 p.m. ET!
The best in acting are honored at the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
"The King's Speech" actor Geoffrey Rush joked that the SAG awards should be called the "Uplift" awards because of the boost it gave his movie just four weeks before the Academy Awards.
The Oscar-host and the Black Swan star win big at the independent film awards
The past, present and future of movies is a theme of Sunday's Academy Awards, hosted by James Franco and Anne Hathaway.
The past, present and future of the movies is to be the official theme of Sunday's Academy Awards show, presided over by bright young things James Franco and Anne Hathaway. But that's also the unofficial subtext in what has the potential to play out as one of the most vivid generational tussles in Oscar's 83-year history.
The race for Oscar officially kicks off with the announcement of nominations for the 83rd annual Academy Awards.
A film about a stuttering British monarch, a movie about the founder of Facebook, a sci-fi thriller and a John Wayne classic remake topped the list of movies honored with Oscar nominations announced Tuesday.
CNN's Piers Morgan calls the on-screen relationship between "The King's Speech" actors Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush "one of the great bromances we've ever seen in the movies."
The Oscar winner signed for The Dark Knight Rises this weekend
Plus: Tom Cruise totes a sleepy Suri and more star sightings
By T-minus 18 days until the Oscars and, of course, we are all starting to place bets on who we think will walk away with little golden men this year. Luckily, the Academy has proven itself to be pretty darn predictable over the years. If you're America's Sweetheart, you'll probably win Best Actress. If you sing in a flick, you are almost guaranteed Oscar gold. But there's another trend we've been noticing lately: the winners for Best Actress and Best Actor tend to be the person who's taken on the based-on-a-true-story role. In fact, 10 of the 20 top honors given in the 2000s went to actors who portrayed real people. Let's take a look, shall we?
Surprise! Before she became Rachel Green, Jennifer Aniston was apparently being courted to be a cast member on "Saturday Night Live."
Firth, meanwhile, celebrates his Oscar nomination by imbibing champagne
Ryan Gosling, Mila Kunis, Andrew Garfield and more all fell short, despite promising buzz
The actress will join Christian Bale and Tom Hardy in the 2012 film
Colin Firth, Annette Bening, Natalie Portman and more take home top awards
Glee-ful stars and screen vets alike are first-time winners
The film "The Social Network" took home four awards Sunday night, including best motion picture - drama, at the Golden Globes.
The best of television and film are honored at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
Brad and Angelina, Sandra Bullock and Johnny Depp are expected to shine at Sunday's big event
The first rule for any critic must be: Keep an open mind. The second rule: Hope for the best.
TV and cinema's brightest stars were in attendance Wednesday night for the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles.
Johnny Depp, Zac Efron and Adam Sandler also collect awards
"Her tastes were very classic," says an observer at Beverly Hills's Bonpoint boutique
The Screen Actors Guild announces its nominees for the SAG Awards
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announces the Golden Globe nominees.
The critically acclaimed film "The King's Speech" led the 68th Annual Golden Globe nominations Tuesday morning.
Leo, Justin, True Blood and more didn't get a nomination. Who do you think deserved one the most? Vote!
"Boy was I ready for some good news!" Michael Douglas says after getting a nod for Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
The King's Speech leads the pack with seven nods, followed by The Fighter and The Social Network with six
Natalie Portman is getting a lot of Oscar buzz for her performance in "Black Swan." And while the young actress certainly deserves the attention for the mind-bending role, we're a little concerned that a dud of a movie is about to hit theaters that could distract critics from her performance in the ballet thriller. Her rom-com "No Strings Attached," also starring Ashton Kutcher, is coming out right before the Oscars.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway talk about their new film and answer your iReport questions.
Need a break from shopping and celebrating the holidays? There will be lots of offerings at your local cinema as Hollywood is releasing a crop of new films through the end of the year.
It may only be December, but the Best Actress race is already shaping up to be the most competitive in years, with everyone from back-from-obscurity Nicole Kidman to indie darling Tilda Swinton to newcomer Jennifer Lawrence causing a stir. It's a pity that the race has already boiled down to a smackdown between just two of the divas: Annette Bening, for her role as an uptight lesbian in Lisa Cholodenko's "The Kids Are All Right," and Natalie Portman, the star of Darren Aronofsky's nightmarish ballet drama, "Black Swan," which opens this weekend.
Plus, their films, 127 Hours and Black Swan, will compete for best feature film
The two actors will serve as co-hosts for Hollywood's biggest night
'Tis the season, for movies, that is! This holiday season is introducing audiences to a whole new crop of flicks guaranteed to drive you to a theater, despite the $10 ticket. Check out the movies taking 2010 out with a bang.
Cher and Christina Aguilera talk about their new film 'Burlesque' and answer your iReport questions.
In the climactic scene of "Frat House," a 1998 documentary exploring the dark underbelly of college fraternity life, a man is down on all fours inside a dog cage. He chuckles as the frat brothers cover him in beer and Hershey's syrup, shouting profanities. However, the laughs soon turn to tears as the brothers douse the man with lighter fluid, spraying a flame dangerously close to their cowering victim, and instructing the man: "Move your left hand out! He needs an ashtray." That man was Todd Phillips, who today is the top comedy director in Hollywood.
The actress plays the sex symbol in the movie My Week with Marilyn
The Oscar winner is reportedly in talks to play an astronaut in the upcoming Warner Bros. movie Gravity
A heavy wooden door, a polished brass lion's head in the center, stands out amidst the glass, chrome, and neon of the Sunset Strip.
Their films are ones to watch - some as Oscar contenders, some for shock value
There are plenty of reasons to be excited about the fall. We've got pumpkins, colorful leaves, Halloween, and whatnot. But the hands-down best thing about fall is that this is the season when the "good" movies come out.
First-time winners and new shows took the lion's share of the hardware Sunday night at the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards.
Emmy winner Eric Stonestreet reflects on how the show is warming people around the country to homosexuality.
Directing movies has gone exceptionally well for many leading men in Hollywood. Clint Eastwood has been nominated for the Best Director Oscar four times, and Warren Beatty, Robert Redford, and Kevin Costner have all gotten Oscar nods for stepping behind the camera. Oh, and George Clooney didn't do too shabby with his directorial debut, "Good Night, and Good Luck," did he?
Two studios want to pair the actors for a post-9/11 drama
When "Dazed and Confused" came out in 1993, my sophomore year of high school, my friends and I saw it at the dollar movie theater no less than 16 times. We memorized lines like, "Check ya later," "Fry like bacon you little freshman piggies!" We took trips to the Salvation Army to scavenge for Levi cutoffs like Darla's (Parker Posey), fringed vests like Michelle's (Milla Jovovitch), or bell bottoms like Jodi's (Michelle Burke).
The stars join Kristen Bell, Dakota Fanning and others for the new cancer awareness campaign "Change the Odds"
The actress, who earned $56 million, beats Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Aniston
Though she was reportedly offered the job, four lesser known actresses are now in the running for the coveted role
Yet, still no word on who will play computer hacker Lisbeth Salander
This summer, as "Grease" returns to theaters in sing-a-long form (it's being billed as "the original high school musical"), and the surprisingly unstoppable "Step Up" series releases its third installment (in 3-D, no less), it's clear: Films that feature dance are bigger than ever.
Everyone's favorite charmer, George Clooney, is suiting up to play a hired assassin trying to get out of the profession after one last assignment in "The American."
The duo will begin filming the dramatic true story The Vow in August
"Ever since I was a little girl I wanted to be on Broadway," exclaimed Tony winner Johansson
We were worried that Sandra Bullock was going to disappear out there in the Texas flatlands and take a Hollywood hiatus for good. Thank goodness we were wrong.
"No matter what you might have seen or heard or read lately," said a radiant Bullock at the MTV Movie Awards
The cast of "Sex and the City 2" raves about the movie and talks about shooting on location in Morocco.
It's Memorial Day weekend, which can only mean one thing: time to sit inside an air-conditioned movie theater. To get ready for summer-blockbuster season, here's a roundup of the most buzzed-about movies being released through July:
The actress will accept the Generation Award on June 6 in her first post-crisis public appearance