Mary Milliken

Veteran actors on being nominated for an Oscar

With the 87th Academy Awards taking place on February 22, a few industry veterans spoke about being nominated at a later stage of their careers.

Oscars 2015 Nominations: Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel clear favourites

Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel led the 87th Academy Awards nominees.

New shows ‘Transparent’ and ‘The Affair’ take top TV Golden Globes

Two new series, Showtime's "The Affair" and Amazon's "Transparent," were catapulted into the spotlight on Sunday at Hollywood's Golden Globe awards.

‘The Interview’ released on YouTube, other digital platforms

Sony has debuted the movie online after hackers threatened its release, making it available on YouTube before screenings at 320 independent theatres.

Oscars 2014: ’12 Years a Slave’ makes history

Steve McQueen's slavery drama won for best picture, making it the first movie from a black director to win the prize in 86 years of the Oscars.

Daft Punk, Lorde scoop top awards at Grammys

The French DJ duo and New Zealand teen star walked off with album, record and song of the year at an awards ceremony in which 33 couples got married.

Golden Globes: ‘American Hustle’, ’12 Years a Slave’ win top prizes

The Golden Globe ceremony has kicked-off Hollywood's awards season. Films such as "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" have won top honours.

Academy honours Angelina Jolie for work with refugees

The Hollywood film industry has recognised Angelina Jolie with a humanitarian award for her work with refugees and advocating for human rights.

Emmy Awards: Gritty may prevail over glossy TV

"Breaking Bad" is the show to beat for the top honour - best drama series - at this weekend's Emmys, which could make it a great year for gritty TV.

Gingrich restarts US campaign after ‘Newtiny’

Republican Newt Gingrich restarted his troubled run for the US presidency with an appeal on Sunday to Jewish voters in California.

California marijuana legalisation goes up in smoke

California voters rejected a ballot measure on Tuesday that would have made it the first US state to legalise marijuana for recreational use.

Jackson doctor did not inject painkillers, says lawyer

The personal physician at Michael Jackson's side when he died told police he did not inject the singer with painkillers.

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