2017 Oscar Nominees
Oscar voters showered the neo-musical “La La Land” with 14 nominations today, a tie with “Titanic” and “All About Eve” for the most in Academy Award history. There were surprises. “Arrival,” starring Amy Adams as a linguist tasked with communicating with aliens, emerged as one of the most-honored films, but Ms. Adams failed to receive a nod for best actress. Instead, her slot went to the newcomer Ruth Negga for her understated performance in “Loving.” CLICK HERE for the complete list of 2017 Oscar nominees.Read more
The Elephant Man John Hurt Dead at 77
John Hurt held the dubious honor for the most onscreen deaths of any actor. Movie fans might best remember such a role's outcome in the 1979 film "Alien." The first character to be killed by the creature, Hurt was impregnated with an alien embryo that later burst out of his chest during a notable dinner scene. He amusingly reprised the role in the 1987 Mel Brooks spoof "Spaceballs" with the self-parodying line, "Oh no, not again."
Mary Tyler Moore Dead At 80
Mary Tyler Moore, best known for her multi-Emmy winning sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show, went against type to play the role of the cold, seemingly unloving mother in the 1980 movie Ordinary People. For her role in the 1981 Best Picture Oscar winner, Mary Tyler Moore received a Best Actress Oscar nomination, losing out to Sissy Spacek, who won for The Coal Miner's Daughter.
Complete List of 2017 Movies In Theaters
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2017 MOVIES COMING SOON TO THEATERS
Directed By: Jordan Peele
In the horror movie Get Out, a young black man man visits his white girlfriend's mysterious family estate. The film is a low budget production from Universal Pictures, featuring a cast of unknowns in the leading roles, but Oscar nominee Catherine Keener and Emmy winner Bradley Whitford co star a...