It's your all-access pass to the Oscars! The red carpet stunners, presenters waiting to go on stage, stars behind the curtain and the party hoppers are just a few things you can expect to see in our photo galleries covering Hollywood’s biggest night of the year.
Check out the rarely seen shots of backstage during the Academy Awards ceremony where the stars are waiting in the wings to present and winners are returning from centre stage with an Oscar in hand. We’ve got those behind-the-curtain moments covered as well as the press room where the winners are whisked in front of cameras and reporters before hitting the party circuit.
From this year’s crop of winners like Anne Hathaway, Christoph Waltz, Daniel Day-Lewis, Jennifer Lawrence, to past winners Meryl Streep, nominees, presenters, and stars, we’ve got you covered in our photo galleries!
Hit the jump to check out the photo galleries below for the stars on the red carpet, the backstage and press room, and the parties!
Oscar-nominated and little-known names from the world of film and television will be hitting up Salt Lake City this year as their films screen, in and out of competition, as part of the 29th annual Sundance Film Festival.
The 2013 crop boasts "113 feature-length films representing 32 countries" including "51 first-time filmmakers," according to The Hollywood Reporter. In fact, the fest received almost 500 additional submissions this year, and among those selected are family drama Ain't Them Bodies Saints, starring Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck, Kill Your Darlings, the Kerouac pic with Daniel Radcliffe as Allen Ginsberg, actress Lake Bell's (No Strings Attached, "Children's Hospital) directorial debut In A World... and James Ponsoldt's follow-up to TIFF title Smashed, The Spectacular Now, with Shailene Woodley, Kyle Chandler and Jennifer Jason Leigh.
Addressing the eclectic career paths of some of the festival's competitors, Trevor Groth, director of programming for the festival, told The Hollywood Reporter; "With some of the more interesting television that's happening now, you've got stars coming up in those ranks that aren't like studio-system blockbuster actors, but they're well-known actors who do really interesting work."
Having watched Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson grow up before our eyes, we figured it’s a good time to catch up with our favourite former students now that Mr. Draco Malfoy, Tom Felton is back in Cineplex theatres this week in the horrifyingly haunted movie The Apparition.
So just what are the Hogwarts class of 2011 up to this year? We check in on teachers, students, and He Who Shall Not Be Named to get the low-down on their upcoming projects after the jump.
Scaring up decent box office, and audiences in the process, with last winter's Gothic classic The Woman In Black, Daniel Radcliffe is continuing to make interesting choices in his post-wizard movie career, like scoring the lead role in Alexandre Aja's upcoming Horns.
The Parisian filmmaker is a guy who goes for it when it comes to horror flicks (Switchblade Romance, The Hills Have Eyes, Piranha) and has a new leading man in Radcliffe who will play a character with the Harry Potter-esque whimsical name of Ig Perrish, who, after learning of the brutal murder of his girlfriend, goes on a drinking binge and awakens to find he has horns growing out of his head. And things only get weirder from there.
Joining the likes of James Franco, David Cross, Ron Livingston and John Turturro, who've all previously grown their hair into shaggy curls and put on thick, tortoise-shell glasses to portray Beat poet Allen Ginsberg, Daniel Radcliffe has ditched the Potter specs and looks positively transformed in images from the upcoming drama Kill Your Darlings.
Radcliffe stepped in for Jesse Eisenberg in November and stars as Ginsberg alongside Chronicle stand-out Dane DeHaan as Lucien Carr, the brilliant but self-destructive Beat member who would eventually kill David Kammerer, an older man who was infatuated with Carr.Check out new pics from Kill Your Darlings after the jump and leave your thoughts in the comments.
Some unknown kids with superpowers have nudged out the actor who plays the world's most famous teen wizard at the weekend box office.
The 20th Century Fox release Chronicle, featuring a relatively unknown cast as youths who gain telekinetic abilities, debuted in first place with $22 million.
Sunday studio estimates put Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe's ghost story The Woman in Black, released by CBS Films and Alliance in Canada, just behind with a $21 million opening.
The two movies had healthy starts considering it was Super Bowl weekend, when few people go to theaters on Sunday because of the big game.
His third time flirting with babes, playing with gadgets and looking slick in a suit encountered some serious delays, but Daniel Craig is back as James Bond and in this first official photo from Skyfall, the super-spy's 23rd big-screen outing, we get darkness, what looks like a snub-nosed-and-probably-high-tech gun and a butched-up blond Bond, complete with noticeable stubble.
Though the movie, directed by Sam Mendes, boasts some serious talent in its supporting players - Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Berenice Marlohe, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Albert Finney and Judi Dench - we only get Craig's steely look in profile backlit by neon blues and reds.
Dig into the full image after the jump and leave your thoughts in the comments!
Soon enough, the fact that Daniel Radcliffe got his start as the central character in a billion-dollar movie franchise will be the most well-known part of his bio, but it will hardly be the whole story.
Showing off a range of subtlety and depth not available, or required, to play Harry Potter, the mannish Radcliffe takes on a spooky spectre in the big-screen version of the famed British novel by Susan Hill and carries the unsettling movie from the first creepy shot to its last.
We were on the London, England set of The Woman in Black last November and got to see first-hand how the story of solicitor Arthur Kipps and the unwelcoming, bewildered village of Crythin Gifford came together, so it was a delight to get to sit down with the actor to chat about the finished product when he was in Toronto recently.
Radcliffe was candid and, as always, eloquent, and revealed his feelings about playing a father - his son in the movie is played by his real-life godson Misha Handley - and why he wouldn't run if he found himself in a haunted house.
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