Just in time to help you make those picks in your office Oscar pool, Reelz movie expert Richard Roeper is here with his predictions in all 24 Academy Award categories — including the more obscure sound mixing and best documentary — in one race-to-the-finish clip. After that check out his more detailed looks at the Best Picture, Best Actor and Actress, and Best Supporting Actor and Actress categories and the odds-on favorites in each. watch Roeper's Oscar predictions >> Posted 02.23.12 by reelz
Back by popular demand, Billy Crystal... And our Academy Awards BINGO. Print out a set for your Oscar party and watch as they enliven your living room. Use them as a way to ignore that friend who saw only two movies in 2011 (X-Men: First Class and Harry Potter) yet has an opinion on every movie up for best picture. We can’t guarantee every one of these events will happen, but we have a sneaking suspicion you won’t have much difficulty using these cards for a game of Blackout BINGO.
Get the 10 BINGO Cards + Markers >> Posted 02.20.12 by reelz
Posted 01.22.12 by reelz
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
The New York Post snagged an interview with NFL phenom Tim Tebow to find out what makes him tick (timesaver: God) and he revealed a few of his favorites:
— Favorite movie: Braveheart
— Favorite actor: Will Smith
— Favorite actress: Jennifer Aniston
Speaking of Jennifer Aniston, the actress revealed she has engaged in a little laser treatment here and there but draws the line at injections, and claims she was a "dumpy teenager."
Sandra Bullock stunned at the Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close premiere in a plunging black pantsuit, while her personal trainer Simone De La Rue says Sandra has used a dance-based method to get into such incredibly good shape.
Lindsay Lohan's sister Ali continues to take the modeling thing a little too far, looking emaciated while on vacation in Hawaii.
RIP Christopher Hitchens, who died at 62 after a battle with cancer. The writer and cable news pundit targeted a wide range of people across the ideological spectrum including Michael Moore, Mel Gibson, Bill Clinton, Bob Hope, George W. Bush, Sean Hannity, Billy Graham, Ronald Reagan, Princess Diana, Prince Charles, Jerry Falwell, Henry Kissinger, the Dalai Lama, and Mother Teresa. Posted 12.16.11 by reelz
If you're wondering why Warner Brothers' adaptation of Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close has been receiving Oscar buzz, look no further than the newly released feature trailer.
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is based on the acclaimed novel by Jonathan Safran Foer, and follows newcomer Thomas Horn as a son in search of the lock box that fits a key given to him by his father (Tom Hanks) before he died in the 9/11 attacks in New York City. His journey to find the lock box takes him through the city and employs the help of several new acquaintances, played by Max Von Sydow (Shutter Island), Jeffrey Wright (Source Code) and Viola Davis (The Help). watch the trailer >> Posted 12.06.11 by Ryan
The Oscars are still months away, but that doesn't mean we don't already have a surprisingly good idea what voters will be picking. A few of these pictures have already been released, but as usual most of the real front-runners have been kept for the final weeks of the year. The assumption is that voters usually choose whatever happened to be the last flick they saw in theaters (which, sadly, seems to be true in quite a few cases). The expanded Academy Awards Best Picture category once again means that up to 10 movies may be nominated.
We've made our predictions about which 10 movies will get Best Picture nominations, and ordered the list by likelihood of winning. We also pick five more that we think won't quite make the cut.
see our Best Picture Oscar predictions >> Posted 11.10.11 by reelz
Look out, Academy Awards, the first trailer for Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close has arrived.
Based on the acclaimed novel by Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is the story of a son (Thomas Horn) who lost his father (Tom Hanks) in the tragic attacks on 9/11 and takes a long journey through New York City searching for the lock box that fits a key his father left him.
The movie has "potential Oscar winner" written all over it. Besides the moving story, the adaptation boasts a script from Academy Award–winning screenwriter Eric Roth (Forrest Gump), direction from Stephen Daldry, who has been nominated for nearly every movie he has ever directed (Billy Elliot, The Hours, The Reader), and the presence of Academy Award–winning actors Hanks and Sandra Bullock. Daldry even planned to open Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close on the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, but instead the movie will open at the end of the year, likely for a greater chance at Oscar consideration. watch the trailer >> Posted 09.29.11 by Ryan