“The swag is this,” said Jeff Barker, Bank of America Corp.’s New York City market president, opening his arms to encompass all the pleasures at opening night of “Into the Woods,” the Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine musical.
Sony Corp.’s “American Hustle” captured three Golden Globes, most of any film, while “12 Years a Slave” took home the award for best drama, confirming its status as leading contender for the best-picture Oscar.
<p>Grey Goose and German luxury leather goods brand MCM helped the Cinema Society host an Aug. 8 screening of "2 Days in New York."</p> <p>From left, producer Christophe Mazodier, writer Alexandre Nahon, actor/director Julie Delpy, and actors Owen Shipman, Chris Rock, Alexia Landeau and Talen Riley attend the screening at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema in New York.</p> Source: Photograph by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images
“American Hustle,” a retelling of a 1970s FBI sting, was nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including best picture, tying the space thriller “Gravity” as Hollywood prepared to hand out its highest honors.
Sony Corp.’s “American Hustle,” a film about a corruption sting set in the 1970s, racked up seven Golden Globe nominations last week, including best comedy, instantly becoming a top contender this awards season.