Who We’re Rooting for at the Oscars
Roll out the Red Carpet, Oscar weekend is almost here. In anticipation for Sunday night’s big event, here’s your go-to—and entirely biased—guide for viewing the 88th Academy Awards ceremony.
HBO and Warner Bros. Score Oscar Noms
Awards season is in full swing, and HBO and Warner Bros. are racking up some serious nominations. Today the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced nominations for the 88th Annual Academy Awards, with 14 nods going to Time Warner’s divisions. Mad Max: Fury Road is nominated in 10 categories including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Cinematography. Another win could be in the cards for Sylvester Stallone as he was nominated for an Oscar for Actor in a Supporting Role for Creed.
Ten Golden Globe Noms for Warner, HBO
This morning the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominations for the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, and Time Warner's divisions received 10 nominations.
Mad Max Named Best Film of 2015
It's always nice to end the year on a high note, and Mad Max: Fury Road is doing just that. The Warner Bros. blockbuster was named Best Film of 2015 by the National Board of Review this week. And the post-apocalyptic thriller was also named to IMDb's Top 10 Movies of 2015, coming in at #2.
Mad Max Takes On Fury Road
(Above: The cast of Mad Max: Fury Road at the film's LA premiere.)
The latest installment of the Mad Max franchise, which stars Tom Hardy as the titular road warrior and Charlize Theron as Furiosa, opens in theaters this Friday. And the film's Los Angeles premiere last week was a veritable who's who of post-apocalyptic stars.
First Look: Mad Max
Mad Max: Fury Road doesn't hit theaters until next year, but Warner Bros. gave fans a glimpse into the apocalyptic story at Comic-Con International. Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron star as two rebels on the run in a desolate world where humans struggle to survive and humanity is non-existent.
Get your first look at all the action: