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“Let It Snow” returns some familiar faces to Pittsburgh and brings Diane Keaton, Alan Arkin and John Goodman here for holiday comedy.
The Will Smith movie, “Concussion,” recently finished filming in Pittsburgh, will be released on Christmas Day, various websites report.
Filmed and set in Pittsburgh, the movie gets a partner for global distribution after receiving rapturous reviews and applause at Sundance.
Filmed at Schenley High and the Point Breeze childhood home of author Jesse Andrews, the film has buzz. But will it get distribution?
Producing Handel’s “Rodelinda” is no small feat.
SAG Awards win sends 'Birdman' Oscar hopes soaring, though Eddie Redmayne upsets Michael Keaton, wins most outstanding actor.
Movie lovers are binge watching Academy Award-nominated films in advance of the Feb. 22 awards ceremony.
Pittsburgh’s 31st Street Studios — the largest movie studio between both U.S. coasts — is going gangbusters in the Strip District.
If you don’t find Brit quips funny, there isn’t much for you in “Mortdecai” with Johnny Depp. Little is left to fantasy in “Strange Magic.”
The golden glow for Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton and others continues with the SAG Awards set for Sunday night at 8 in Los Angeles.
Duquesne will launch its Human Rights Film Series Thursday, while a veterans’ group will sponsor a Q&A after “American Sniper” Saturday.
The long-standing pop culture convention joins a company that produces big-name events nationwide.
Mr. Elinoff always stood by the velvet rope in the lobby and greeted customers. “He loved being on the front lines,” said his son.
Kevin Hart takes time from his world concert tour to attend the Globes, host “SNL,” promote his movie and come to Pittsburgh for four shows.
Here are some snubs, surprises and factoids about the 87th annual Academy Award nominations, which were a wake-up call to some.
The Pittsburgh native was nominated alongside Eddie Redmayne, Benedict Cumberbatch, Steve Carell, and Bradley Cooper.
Also, browse previous Post-Gazette features and reviews of the top films represented in the 24 categories of Oscar nominees.
Facing the winter doldrums? Five dozen movies, plus a pair of festivals, will provide reel relief between now and the summer movie season.
For the 84th, 85th and 86th Academy Awards, there were nine best picture nominees. This year, just eight.
Nancy Mosser Casting will hold an open call for extras for holiday comedy “Let It Snow” Sunday at a Downtown hotel.
Michael Keaton set the world straight about his hometown during his four-minute heartfelt Golden Globes acceptance speech.
Stop-action “Slow Danger” is filmed in Pittsburgh. SLB Productions’ recorded oral history project Crossing Fences adds new communities.
“Boyhood,” “Grand Budapest Hotel,” Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette, and Julianne Moore earn Globes from the Hollywood Foreign Press.
An “X” marks those taking home a Golden Globes statue. The ballot was updated as winners were announced on Jan. 11.
London-born actress Carmen Ejogo was moved to tears when she met Coretta Scott King after playing her in “Boycott” and long before “Selma.”
“The Search for General Tso” is a smart and sweet documentary.
“Let It Snow” is looking for twin girls to appear in the holiday comedy shooting in Pittsburgh from late January to the end of March.
“Foxcatcher” and “Birdman,” two movies with Pittsburgh connections, are up for top honors from the Producers Guild of America.
The awards ceremony is 8 p.m. Jan. 11 on NBC, with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler returning as hosts. Choose your winners here.
Eagles soared; street harassment sank to a new low; Michael Keaton hit it big; Pittsburgh’s “The Chair” and “Foxcatcher” were screen faves.