Main News Archive for Dec 2009

Oscar nomination ballots mailed out

Dec 28, 2009 – 5,777 voters better check their mailboxes.

Charlie Sheen arrested on domestic violence allegations

Dec 25, 2009 – Spends Xmas Day in a Colarado jail cell.

Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins announce split

Dec 23, 2009 – Rep tells People they been separated since summer.

Aniston, Rourke and Roberts to present at Golden Globes

Dec 23, 2009 – Will perform their duties on January 17th.

Brittany Murphy dead at 32

Dec 20, 2009 – Actress dies of cardiac arrest

Nancy O’Dell leaving Access Hollywood

Dec 17, 2009 – Ends her run this week.

Screen Actors Guild nominations announced

Dec 17, 2009 – Up in the Air, Precious and Inglourious Basterds get multiple nominations.

63 songs vie for Oscar glory

Dec 16, 2009 – Scoring system will now determine nominees.

Oscar Night America parties to help charities in 50 cities

Dec 15, 2009 – Official viewing parties now in their 17th year.

Up in the Air leads Golden Globe nominations

Dec 15, 2009 – Reitman film gets six Golden Globe nods.

15 features move forward in Oscar’s Visual Effects race

Dec 11, 2009 – Field will now be narrowed to three nominees

First of three SAG Awards auctions launch today

Dec 11, 2009 – Proceeds benefit the SAG Foundation.

Krasinski, Kruger, and Timberlake to announce Golden Globe nods

Dec 11, 2009 – Announcement set for Tuesday, Dec. 15th.

Johnny Hallyday admitted to LA hospital

Dec 09, 2009 – French rocker/actor suffering from post-operative infection.

Mavis Spencer is 2010 Miss Golden Globe

Dec 09, 2009 – Will perform her duties on January 17th.

Danny Cahill wins NBC’s The Biggest Loser

Dec 09, 2009 – Takes home $250,000 after losing 239 pounds.

As the World Turns canceled by CBS

Dec 08, 2009 – Show to end run after 54 years.

Ten live action shorts continue in Oscar race

Dec 04, 2009 – Screening process will narrow it down to 3-5 nominees.

15 animated features eligible for Golden Globes this year

Dec 03, 2009 – Number will be reduced to five nominees.

HFPA announces numbers for eligible productions

Dec 03, 2009 – Eligible productions include a record 69 foreign language films.