This Sunday night’s 71st Golden Globes Awards on NBC at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT marks the official start of Hollywood’s pat-itself-on-the-back season. Streampix is your place to do your homework, with the following 10 movies and TV series that spotlight the past work of some of this year’s Globe nominees.
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By Sara Morrison Move over, Matt Lauer! Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline will be taking the reins at “Today” for an hour on Friday to… More
A Kickstarter-funded “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (a TV show originally made from a movie)—as well as previously successful TV shows-turned films like “Mission: Impossible,” “Sex and the City,” “Star Trek” and “21 Jump Street”—we turn our attention to other motion pictures based on television series.
I was up watching the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night and like most people on my Twitter feed, kind of wish I could get those three hours back.
While “Breaking Bad,” “Modern Family” and “Behind the Candelabra” were the big winners at last night’s 65th Prime -Time Emmy Awards, there were several awards given out at last night’s nationally televised ceremony on CBS directly related to programming featured on Streampix.
The HBO miniseries “Behind the Candelabra” about the romance between Liberace and Scott Thorson won eight awards including two for make-up as well as wins for hairstyling, costumes, casting and single-camera picture editing.
Matt Damon and Michael Douglas won’t just be competing for an Emmy. They’ll be handing one out, too.
The Oscar-winning actor, who played the gay entertainer Liberace in HBO’s “Behind the Candelabra,” was asked in an interview with ShortList.com if he thinks the public would accept a gay actor playing a straight man.
A healthy number of HBO subscribers were curious about Michael Douglas’ performance as Liberace in the TV movie “Behind the Candelabra.”
In the new film “Behind the Candelabra,” veteran entertainer Debbie Reynolds has just three major scenes to flesh out one of the most complicated figures in piano-playing showman Liberace’s life: his loving but sometimes manipulative mother Frances.