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Christian McKay Strong Supporting Actor Contender

There have been rumblings about McKay’s portrayal of Orson Welles all year. In one of his Twitter posts yesterday @stevepond wrote that McKay was “staggering” in the role and that they’ll run him in supporting “even though he dominates the movie,” he says. Good move, though, as the Best Actor ...

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Matilda Ledger Owns Heath’s Potential Oscar

Remember the discombobulation of Summer ’08, when people were still saying the Academy never awards posthumous Oscars, because they like to see people get out there and campaign? How we had to hammer the possibility into inevitability, and argue it like a Supreme Court case? Problems were simpler pre-economic meltdown, ...

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Best Picture/Best Supporting Actor

Rack ‘em up, rack ‘em up, rack ‘em up. Daniel Kenealy, January 17 2009 “I had a vision, of a world without Batman. The mob ground out a little profit and the police tried to shut them down, one block at a time. And it was so … boring.” Р...

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Timing and Box Office

David Poland’s latest column looks at Slumdog, which is the favorite to win Best Picture right now, and how it’s faring at the box office: Slumdog Millionaire got to $20 million on Monday. They are still on 614 screens. Searchlight has slowly rolled out into the places where a foreign ...

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