June 11, 2008
Denise Martin imagines a world in which she doles out the Emmys. And it's a world much broader than, say, lead actor in a drama. She fills such award categories as Most Deliciously Deceiving Ad Campaign (Hint: This means you, "Gossip Girl"); Best Comedic Duo from New Zealand (admittedly, there were few contenders); and Television's Best Worst Boss (Hint: She's a dog killer). For these and other faux awards, go online to TheEnvelope.com.
November 23, 2007
More arts and entertainment coverage on the Web. Still wondering whether Johnny Depp can really sing in the coming adaptation of the Broadway musical "Sweeney Todd"? You can judge for yourself in a clip that's available at TheEnvelope .com. For updates on the nearly 3-week-old Writers Guild strike, read The Times' continuing coverage at latimes.com/hollywoodwriters. MOVIES Singing like a Sparrow? THE BIZ Writers strike developments AND... Making weekend plans?
February 8, 2010 |
Two Academy Award best picture nominees each took home top prizes at the 37th annual Annie Awards and the 22nd annual Scripter Award on Saturday. Disney/Pixar's blockbuster "Up" won Annies, which honor animated films, for best picture and director (Pete Docter), and the dramedy "Up in the Air" earned the Scripter, which is awarded for film adaptation. "Up," the story about the friendship between a lonely old man and an equally lonely young boy and the floating house that takes them on an adventure, received multiple Oscar nominations last week including best film and best animated feature.
July 12, 2007 |
KTTV-TV Channel 11 is the top recipient of nominations being announced today for the 59th annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, which honor local programming on TV and cable. The Fox-owned station garnered 17 of the 139 nominations unveiled by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, with KNBC-TV Channel 4 nabbing 16 and KCET-TV Channel 28 receiving 15.
August 27, 2006
The protege Upstart Stephen Colbert has a chance to upstage his old boss, Jon Stewart, in the best variety, music or comedy series category. (For a complete list of contenders, see www.theenvelope.com/emmylist * The perennial If "American Idol," with grads like Kelly Clarkson, above, doesn't nab top honors in the outstanding reality-competition category, it can go cry on Susan Lucci's shoulder.