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Oscar-winning director Peter Farrelly is setting his sights on his next project, an adaptation of the war memoir The Greatest Beer Run Ever.
Peter Farrelly's controversial Best Picture winner Green Book receives a considerable boost in its box office numbers after the Oscars.
A fan-made end credits song for Green Book mocks the film's controversial Best Picture win by recapping the criticisms lobbied against it.
Green Book is the worst Best Picture in years, a dark spot of the 91st Academy Awards that could set the Oscars back many years.
Filmmaker Spike Lee isn't a fan of the newly-crowned Best Picture Oscar winner Green Book and isn't afraid of letting everyone know, either.
Oscar viewers were surprised to hear Green Book's filmmakers dedicate the movie to the late Carrie Fisher, but there's a simple explanation.
Eight films are nominated for Best Picture at the 2019 Oscars. Here's our ranking of the films, from flat-out shock to stone-cold masterpiece.
Green Book takes home Best Picture at the 2019 Producers Guild Awards, putting it in the driver's seat to win the top prize at the Oscars.
Green Book co-writer Nick Vallelonga deletes his Twitter account after a controversial post of his resurfaces in the thick of the Oscar campaign.
The Golden Globes kicked off awards season with some big surprises and some very weird wins, from Glenn Close to Bohemian Rhapsody.
Peter Farrelly's dramedy Green Book continues to perform well on the awards circuit, winning Best Film of 2018 from the National Board of Review.
Green Book, one of this year's leading Oscar contenders, is based on a true friendship, but the film's historical accuracy has been questioned.
The 2018 Fall & Winter Holiday Season includes DC and Marvel superhero adventures, animated Disney sequels, Transformers spinoffs, and much more.
A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s American South.
The cast came together in 2017. Mortensen signed on in May, with the rest of the principal players being confirmed in November. Filming began in New Orleans that month.