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Oscars: Best Supporting Actor Anyone’s Game

The weird way the awards lined up this year, like someone moving the cat bowl, has set an unpredictability in motion most of us have never experienced.  “I just want unpredictability” people always say. Well, be careful what you wish for because when predictability goes out the window so does ...

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The Actors – Mostly Locked Redux

The four acting categories feel locked for various reasons. If a weakness is to be found it’s not with the contenders themselves, but with bored Oscar pundits who have nothing to do for the next few weeks except look for holes where there aren’t any. Even still, for all of ...

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Hurt Locker Sweeps Boston

Happening as we speak. Here’s the link. Best Picture The Hurt Locker Best Actor Jeremy Renner for The Hurt Locker Best Actress Meryl Streep for Julie & Julia Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz for¬†Inglourious Basterds Best Supporting Actress Mo’Nique for Precious Best Director Kathryn Bigelow for The Hurt Locker Best ...

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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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Christoph Waltz signs on as Green Hornet villain

(looks good behind a podium, doesn’t he?) Nikki Finke has the “exclusive” : Christoph Waltz who won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival for playing a Nazi in Inglourious Basterds (and is a shoo-in for an Oscar nomination) has now been cast as villain Chudnofsky in Sony’s The Green ...

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Christoph Waltz winning raves from critics

In Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, Michael Fassbender plays Archie Hicox, an undercover British film critic who’s one of the movie’s most surprising heroes. Movie critics stateside are returning the flattering favor, so far dishing up some very generous reviews for Basterds — currently at 82% on RT and 74 on Metacritic. ...

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