The Social Network
The Social Network took home the top prize at the 61st annual American Cinema Editors' Eddie Awards.
Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter, editors of the film about Facebook, won in the dramatic feature category, while Alice in Wonderland's Chris Lebenzon nabbed the musical or comedy category. Ken Schretzmann and Lee Unkrich took the trophy in animated feature competition for Toy Story 3.
Mad Men won the Writers Guild award for best dramatic TV series, and Modern Family for best TV comedy series.
Mad Men also took the prize for dramatic episode ("The Chrysanthemum and the Sword") while 30 Rock took best TV comedy episode honors ("When It Rains, It Pours") at the 2011 Writers Guild of America awards, held Saturday night in New York and Los Angeles.
HBO snagged three awards. The TV movie The Special Relationship was named the...
Jason Segel is taking a trip to the '80s for an upcoming film, Undercover Cop.
Although the plot is under wraps, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the comedy is based on the true story of a former cop that infiltrated the New Jersey criminal underworld in the era of "feathered hair and zipper jackets."
Jason Ritter, Sarah Roemer
NBC has pushed back the return date for The Event another week, a network rep confirms.
The serialized drama, originally scheduled to resume Feb. 28, will now offer a two-hour episode on Monday, March 7 at 8/7c. After that, the network has nine episodes left to complete Season 1, and the series will retake its original Monday at...
Noah Wyle, the star of Steven Spielberg's new TNT alien-invasion series, Falling Skies, is still intimidated by his boss.
"I couldn't say a word," Wyle says of meeting the three-time Academy Award-winning director. "My hands were sweaty. Luckily, he...
Steven Spielberg is working with Discovery Channel and DreamWorks Television to create a look into the future, the network announced Thursday.
Future Earth — incorporating CGI footage — will examine...
I bet all you Meredith-haters screamed "Yes!" when Cristina said: "Everything is not about you, Meredith." I would've laughed harder had they not used it in the coming attractions and promos, but either way, that was a good line regardless of how you feel about Meredith. I personally enjoyed Meredith tonight in this commitment-themed episode especially in the closing scene when she finished Derek's sentence by suggesting he "take some space" and clear his head, as if she understood, followed by her "I'm here for you" to Cristina. How about that troublemaker sister of Derek's, though? Seems like Nancy flew in to town just to stir the pot, but I liked that she and Derek played nice at the end, even after she admitted to being one of the many women who had slept with Mark Sloan. Lame opening scene, though, with Meredith's barging in to the trailer as Derek's standing in just a towel and not immediately telling (the "slutty intern") Meredith, "She's my sister." That was Embeth Da...