What is the greatest American film of all time? According to BBC.com, who just released a brand new ranking of more than a century of great U.S. cinema, the old favorites are still the best; perennial pick for best film ever, Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane, came in first in a poll of “62 international film critics ... from the United Kingdom and continental Europe to South America, Australia, India, and the Middle East” and the United States as well.
This trailer has gone viral and Hollywood is buzzing! Director Steven Soderbergh claims he was told that his movie based on the dramatic relationship between Liberace and his lover Scott Thorson was "too gay" for a wide screen release, but HBO lent it's support to "Behind The Candelabra" starring Michael Douglas and Matt Damon. Will you watch?
Ricky Gervais certainly shook things up as host of last year's Golden Globes, taking unapologetic comedic swipes at stars and the entertainment industry. But at this year's ceremony, Gervais took his insult comedy even further, and the audience was not amused. The celebrity targets balked at his humor and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, organizers of the Globes, are hinting that the Brit