With the 2013 Academy Awards (Sunday, February 24) a month out, we've decided to hold this contest in conjunction with the benevolent Joe Edwards empire for our fellow movie geeks.
If you consider yourself a film expert (or even if you just think you could make a few winning picks), you could win ... More >>
In 2005, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra was struggling: Labor disputes, falling revenue and diminishing credibility threatened the group, which has existed since 1880. It's safe to say times have changed: the SLSO is now world-class -- it recently returned from a successful European tour and music ... More >>
For the first time in its history, the show will not go on for St. Louis Actors' Studio. The company's June production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest has been cancelled. Refunds for tickets already purchased will be sent out in the next few days. Cuckoo's Nest was to have run June 12 through 17 ... More >>
Thomas Stockman masterminded last spring's Vincentennial, the city-wide celebration of hometown horror-hero Vincent Price's 100th birthday. There were lectures, film screenings, special guest stars, a live-action version of The Abominable Dr. Phibes, memorabilia shows -- it was pretty much the socia ... More >>
Most people wouldn't care to know who prevails in a fight between puppets and animated birds -- unless they've taken some sort of hallucinogen.
But that's precisely the battle set to be resolved Sunday during the latest iteration of the Academy Awards. The Best Original Song award this year is a tw ... More >>
Award season has been very, very good for T-Bone Burnett. The musical impresario has won just about every conceivable honor over his decades-long career, from a Golden Globe to a BAFTA Anthony Asquith Award. Heck, Burnett is only one Rugrats sequel away from capturing a coveted Nickelodeon Kids' Cho ... More >>
Courtesy of Justin Bieber ShrineSure signs of an impending apocalypse:
1. Locusts: Depending on what part of St. Louis you're in, you can substitute cicadas.
2. Thunder, hail and tornadoes: Done, done and done.
3. Justin Bieber winning a CMT award: Which he did, earlier this week, for his c ... More >>
image viaSt. Louisan and Oscar winner Colin Firth in one of his most celebrated roles: Mr. Darcy in the BBC's Pride and Prejudice.Unreal has learned the hard way that we should read our New Yorkers as soon as we get them, because if we had, OMG, we would have learned that Colin Firth, Oscar w ... More >>
mtvU.comErica Coghill: C'mon people, send this future star to the Oscars. Daily RFT received a request -- okay, a plea -- yesterday from University of Missouri undergraduate Erica Coghill asking that we pass on the news that she and three other Mizzou students are finalists in MTV's Oscars Corres ... More >>
Up in the Air may get snubbed on Oscar night.Besides honors for director-and-screenwriter Jason Reitman, Up in the Air was largely snubbed at the awards shows leading up to the Oscars.This morning, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its nominees for the Oscars, with Up in t ... More >>
Coming off two awards shows this past weekend, Up in the Air, the movie-with-a-message (loved ones matter more than your career) largely shot here in St. Louis, didn't fare so well.Director Jason Reitman went two-for-two in the screenplay category though, collecting awards at the Critics' Choice and ... More >>
Clooney filming in Lafayette Square last year. George Clooney was fete-ing the success of St. Louis-filmed Up in the Air at New York's Monkey Bar Wednesday night when he told The Hollywood Reporter that he will host a telethon to raise money for the people of Haiti.Clooney's program will run ... More >>
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association released its list of nominees for the Golden Globes this morning. Up in the Air (a.k.a. The George Clooney Movie That Was Shot In St. Louis) leads the pack with six nominations: Best Drama, Best Actor in a Drama, Best Director, Best Screenplay and two for Best ... More >>